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        Geometry: Let's Face It

        Using this resource group, teachers can focus on the topic of geometry by identifying, describing and constructing the five regular polyhedra. Students will learn to identify the five regular polyhedra (tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron) and describe basic characteristics about each. This resource group is part of the Mathline Middle School Math Project.

        Geometry: Let's Face It | Video

        In this professional development video, teachers focus on the topic of geometry by identifying, describing and constructing the five regular polyhedra. This video can be used in conjunction with the "Let's Face It" lesson plan.

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        Geometry: Let's Face It | Excerpt 1

        Watch 6th-grade students analyze polyhedra to determine the number of faces, vertices, and edges each one has. Note how students are allowed to approach this task in any way that works for them. This video can be used in connection with the "Let's Face It" lesson plan.

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        Geometry: Let's Face It | Excerpt 2

        Observe how a teacher implements a lesson in which students use physical models to explore properties of solids. This video can be used in connection with the "Let's Face It" lesson plan.

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        Geometry: Let's Face It | Excerpt 3

        Watch how students interpret data gathered on platonic solids and discover relationships between the faces, vertices, and edges. This video can be used in connection with the "Let's Face It" lesson plan.

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