# Math + Design Bundle, Secondary Resources

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1. "Using Transformations as an Architect" is a project based learning lesson designed to get students engaged in a real world cooperative activity. Check out the wonderful things teachers are saying in the reviews for this activity!This activity is designed for groups of 4 students (or 3 if needed).
2. Use this project to give students real world applications for area and perimeter. In the project, students calculate the areas and perimeters of rooms in an apartment, including composite irregular polygons, Follow up questions push students to think about applications of area and perimeter. In
3. Students explore scale drawings and surface area in this engaging project with an imaginary classroom makeover!The PBL activity has three parts:Working with Scale DrawingsStudents use a scaled drawing of a classroom on a grid to answer questions and gain familiarity with drawing to scale.My Current
4. Use this fun activity to give students a real world connection to inequalities. It’s a great introductory activity once students know the symbols and basic meanings. Students will practice translating words into inequalities. When a building is constructed, it must be up to code. One set of codes
5. A PBL activity designed to give students a real world application for scale drawings. Students can work in partners or individually. First, they answer questions about a cafe drawn to scale on a grid. Then, they redesign the space, choosing from given furniture options. They draw their new desig
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Want to get your students engaged in math?
These activities combine secondary math standards with architecture and design. Students will love being creative while learning math in real world scenarios.

The resources included cover a wide range of geometry standards including area, perimeter, transformations, scale drawings, and surface area. Additional math topics like inequalities and cost calculations are involved as well.

This bundle would be suitable for a upper middle school or high school math class. It would also be great for an elective or related arts class looking to integrate math and art.

I used to be an interior designer and used math all the time to create floor plans. Then, I became a math teacher. Now, I like to create lessons that involve design and math to show students how math can be put to use in real life.
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