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Lesson Plan – Lesson 6 Surface Area Mental and Oral Starter Pupils to say how many faces, vertices and edges each 3D shape has. Main Activity Each member of the group should select a 3D shape to work on and cut it out. Pupils to write down the number of faces, edges and vertices the shape has. Pupils then calculate the surface area of their chosen shape. They then glue the shape onto the group’s A3 paper and write down how they worked it out, checking that the rest of the group agree with their method. Pupils can use the nets provided to work out the surface area of some of the shapes. Support - provide 3D models for the pupils. Plenary Pupils to reflect on the success criteria. Objectives and Habits of Mind To identify edges, faces and vertices (Level 3/ 4) To find the surface area of a cube (Level 5) To find the surface area of a cuboid (Level 6) To find the surface area of 3D shapes from nets. (Level 7) To work well in a group, listening attentively and taking on different roles when needed. To negotiate and follow ground rules, to ensure fairness and cooperation when working with others. Keywords Face, Surface Area, Vertex, Edge,

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LO To find the surface area of 3D shapes RAG Key Words: Face, Edge, Vertex, Surface Area Can you name any of these solids? Starter Activity How many vertices, edges and faces? 26-Apr-15

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Level3/4567 /8 Shape Space Measure I can identify edges, faces and vertices I can find the surface area of a cube I can find the surface area of a cuboid. I can calculate volumes and surface area of cylinders. Today we are learning I am starting the lesson on level _____________________ By the end of this lesson I want to be able to _____________________

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Starter Activity How many vertices, edges and faces?

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How can we find the surface area of a cube of length 4cm? Surface area of a cube 4 All six faces of a cube have the same area. The area of each face is 4 × 4 = 16 Therefore, Surface area of a cube = 16 x 6 = 96cm 2

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To find the surface area of a cuboid, we calculate the total area of all of the faces. A cuboid has 6 faces. The top and the bottom of the cuboid have the same area. Surface area of a cuboid

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The sides of the cuboid have the same area.

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The front and the back of the cuboid have the same area.

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Surface area of a cuboid = × (8 × 4) Top and bottom + 2 × ( 6 × 8) Front and back+ 2 × (6 × 4) Left and right side Surface area of a cuboid = (2 ×32) + (2 ×48) + (2 ×24)

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Here is the net of a triangular based pyramid (tetrahedron.) Working out surface are from nets. What is its surface area? 6 cm 5.2 cm Area of each face = ½ bh = ½ × 6 × 5.2 = 15.6 cm 2 Surface area = 4 × 15.6 = 62.4 cm 2

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Here is the net of a triangular prism. What is its surface area? We can work out the area of each face and write it in the diagram of the net. 10 cm 12 cm 13 cm 20 cm Then add each area together to get the total surface area = = 840 cm 2

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Here is the net of a Surface area of a cylinder 5 3 ? Circumference To find the surface area find the area of the rectangle and the area of the circles and add them together. The rectangles wraps around the circles so the length of the rectangle is the same as the circumference of the circles.

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Today’s Task In your groups Each member of the group should select a 3D shape to work on and cut it out. Write down the number of faces, edges and vertices the shape has. Find the surface area of the shape. Glue the shape onto the group’s A3 paper and write down how you worked it out. The rest of your group must agree with your method.

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Cubes 4cm 3cm 4cm 6cm 4.5m 5m 3m Triangular Prism 10cm 6cm 4cm 5cm 30m Square Based Pyramid 30m 2m 12m Cuboid Cylinder 3 7m 5m 2m Cuboids

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10cm 5cm 6cm 4cm 6m 3m 4m 12m 2m 30cm

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Find the surface area of a Work out the area of each face. Your working out will go in here. Your answer in cm 2

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