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Students will know - that different shapes can have the same volume how to calculate the volume of a cylinder how to calculate the area of a circle how.

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2 Students will know - that different shapes can have the same volume how to calculate the volume of a cylinder how to calculate the area of a circle how to estimate the volume of a cylinder be able to apply knowledge of cylinder volume to everyday situations

3 Students will be able to - identify and use the formula for calculating the volume of a cylinder convert between cubic centimetres and millilitres estimate the volume of any cylinder accurately measure various objects such as radius, height, areas and volume.

4 Volume and Surface Area YouTube Video POSITIVESNEGATIVES  A beginning to help expand knowledge PK  Only useful for visual learners  Very simple to understand PK  Doesn’t demonstrate in a real life context DK  Step by step DK  No explanations  Shows different shapes  Visually engaging (colours etc.)  Short and to the point, no unnecessary information PK

5 Volume and Surface Area Resource Site & Video POSITIVESNEGATIVES  Thoroughly explained DK  Voice is hard to understand at times  Useful for Auditory and Visual Learners  Doesn’t demonstrate in a real life context DK  Explained one step at a time DK  It’s a very lengthy video to watch  Shows examples with set measurements PK  All working shown to help learners understand clearly DK  Both site and video can help the understanding of the topic DK

6 Popcorn as Cylinders illuminations.nctm.org/Lessons/Popcorn/Popcorn-AS-Cylinders.pdf POSITIVESNEGATIVES  Easily worked through  Does not demonstrate how to find the volume of a cylinder DK  Good real life example DK  Could take a lot of time  Helps learners understand how cylinders can be manipulated to have the same volume DK  Imperial measurements. (could be changed to metric though)  Useful for kinaesthetic learners with diagrams and hands on activity to help engage students  Does not demonstrate how to find the area of a circle DK  Encourages students to estimate volumes of cylinders DK PK  Builds on prior knowledge of cylinder volumes  Students need to measure and construct cylinders PK

7 What is Pi & Radius? How do you work out the area of a circle? Does anyone know how to work out the volume of a cylinder? Volume how to:


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