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1 Sound Isn't the Only Place You Hear About Volume! By: Jaclyn Myers (C) Copyright all rights reserved

2 ~Engage: KWL~ Step 1: Answer the question that corresponds to the color of sticky note that you were given: – Pink: What is volume? – Yellow: How can you measure volume? – Green: What is area? – Blue: What similarities do area and volume share? – Purple: How do area and volume differ? Step 2: Post your response on the KWL poster under the “K” (What I Know) section. (C) Copyright all rights reserved ns/1/11/Sticky_Notes_in_different_colors.jpg m/Student-KWL-Chart/original jpg

3 ~Engage: Gallery Walk~ Step 1: Select a marker. Step 2: Walk around the room reading and responding to the questions that are posted. Remember to be kind, if you find someone has made an error post a question to help redirect their thinking. Here is an example: 0.2 is 2% Are you sure you converted correctly? 0.5 = 0.50 = 50% Quiet! Brains at work! (C) Copyright all rights reserved /0e/Lobes_of_the_brain_NL.svg

4 ~Explore: Volume~ You will be provided centimeter cubes and a ½ pint milk carton. Come up with a way to find the volume of the milk carton using only the materials that you have been provided. Record your findings in your notebook. (C) Copyright all rights reserved

5 ~Explain: Volume~ How can you find a more precise measurement? What measurement tools can you use to find the volume of the milk carton? What is the volume in cubic centimeters of the ½ pint milk carton? Record tour findings in your notebook. (C) Copyright all rights reserved b/1/17/Measuring-tape.jpg/640px-Measuring-tape.jpg content/uploads/2013/06/tape-measure.jpg.html.jpeg /images/products/drafting/alvi n/0v st-02-alvin- shatter-resistant-plastic- ruler.jpg ns/1/1f/Yarn_cake.JPG

6 ~Elaborate: Volume~ How do cubic centimeters relate to mL? Use the provided materials. – Fill the milk carton with water. – Use the graduated cylinder to measure the amount of water in mL to the nearest tenth. Record your findings in your notebook. (C) Copyright all rights reserved _1204_detail.jpg 112/pitcher_carafa.png

7 ~Elaborate: Exit Ticket~ How does the volume of water in your milk carton from today’s lesson measured in cubic centimeters relate to the amount of mL of water? A family size box of Oreo cookies has a length of 23.2 cm, a width of 15.5 cm and a height of 4.4 cm. Find the volume of the box of cookies. Show your work. (C) Copyright all rights reserved 9Mykri8fk28/UvanebrF2GI/AAAAAAA AAGM/Wa6nFHEQxPU/s1600/exit+tic ket.jpg


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