Lesson Plan

Projecting a 3-D Object onto a 2-D Plane

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Teach how graphic designers can use mathematics to represent three-dimensional movement on a two-dimensional television surface. Pupils use matrices, vectors, and transformations to model rotational movement. Their exploration involves both horizontal and vertical rotation. This is the 27th lesson plan in a 29-part series.

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Instructional Ideas
  • Ask individuals to show graphical images for each exercise to reinforce the visual representation of the mathematics
  • Utilize collaborative groups throughout the exercises to encourage discussion and increase confidence
Classroom Considerations
  • Builds from the previous lesson in the series and should be used in sequence
  • Incorporates multiple geometric concepts throughout the lesson
  • Teaching guide provides detailed explanations for the teacher-led portions of the lesson
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