This Seeing All Sides: Orthographic Drawing activity also includes:
How can your draw three-dimensional figures on paper? The lesson shows pupils how to draw orthographic projections of three-dimensional figures composed of cubes. After viewing a PowerPoint presentation, they practice this skill with several examples.
- Have scholars search for examples of orthographic projections on the Internet
- Learners should be aware of the x, y, and z axes
- Snap cubes or some other type of blocks are necessary for the activity
- Third lesson of the series of five
- Provides ways to scale activity based on grade level
- Instructions contain clarifying visuals