New York City Department of Education Performance Standards Addressed (Middle School): M2a: Is familiar with assorted two- and three-dimensional objects (to recognize different shapes within the basic structures of architecture). M2c: Identifies three-dimensional shapes from two-dimensional perspectives, can draw two-dimensional sketches of three-dimensional objects (to recognize different shapes within the basic structures of architecture). M2d: Determines and understands length, area and volume (to measure length, area, and volume of classrooms and/or bedrooms, as well as floor plans/elevations of famous buildings). M2f: Analyzes and generalizes geometric patterns, such as tessellations (to recognize tessellations in architecture, as well as learn to create their own). M2j: Reasons proportionally with measurements to interpret maps and makes smaller and larger scale drawing (to convert the measurements from bedroom at home into a scale drawing). M6c: Estimates numerically and spatially (to estimate the length and area of classrooms and/or bedrooms). M6d: Measures length and area correctly (to draw a floor plan of classrooms). M6h: Uses pencil and paper, measuring devices, and computers to achieve solutions (to draft floor plans to scale). |
Common Core State Standards: Geometry (Grade 7) Draw construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the
relationships between them. Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area,
surface area, and volume. |
New York State Education Department Core Curriculum (Grades 7-8) Key Idea 4: Modeling/Multiple Representation Key Idea 5: Measurement Key Idea 7: Patterns/Functions |