MY APPROACH TO TEACHING and to the offered UNITS on this website is to pepper the worksheets (and, optionally, the quizzes) with informational guides that serve as text-book-like how-to instructions. How the teacher puts it all together is left to that teacher's unique approach to teaching. In other words, these offerings are PROBLEM-BASED and not lesson-plan based. The difference is profound. I do not pretend to know how you should speak to your students and refuse to offer canned lesson plans--the material will serve as your own guide as well as for the students themselves.
TWO different approaches are taken in this unit to the perspective drawing: with ONE and TWO vanishing points.
FOUR possible sets of worksheets are included (6, 10, 14 or 18 problems in each of the skill areas for a total of 18, 30, 42 or 54 problems).
SEVEN possible quizzes (each with 4 problems) are also included--2 at a level 2 (easiest), 2 at a combined 2 and3 level (a mix of easiest and more average), 2 at a level 3 (average) and 1 at a combined level 3 and 4 (most difficult).
Look at the PREVIEW to get an idea of the approach taken. Also, the 4 snapshots can help determine if this is or is not for you. Furthermore, send me an email if you have a question.
[The problems in All WORKSHEETS and PREVIEWS are printed in difficulty (1 [easy], 2 [not so easy], 3 [proficiency] up to 4 [mastery]) order within a skill. The actual difficulty level appears slightly to the left of the DK box of each problem in a very small font. Also, instructional references appear on worksheets but are optional on quizzes.]
One more thing: all of these Geometry materials were created using my usual database because I was given the task in 2014 of teaching geometry to at-risk kids. The problem was that they, as a group, have a very hard time with on-line geometry and my school wanted to offer an alternative.
You might also want to check out the Grade 7 Summary
which will link to a variety of offerings.
Also, look at the other MISCELLANEOUS (and IMPORTANT!!) UNITS (that are, as of this writing, not part of definite sequences like UNIT 1, UNIT 2, etc):
UNIT: ISOMETRIC Drawing (American ruler)
and UNIT: ISOMETRIC Drawing (Metric ruler)
I can’t stress too strongly that all of these units have been designed and tinkered with from extensive experience with older students who had absolutely no understanding of these various concepts at all.