Geometry In The Real World
Geometry In The Real World is a text about exploring the role lines, angles and shapes in the real world. The book has images of space, objects and actions that involve geometrical thinking. The text is questions prompting thinking and discussion about the different aspects of geometry such as space, lines, shape and angles.
The “Geometry In The Real World” Flash media book about the role shapes, lines, angles and spaces have in the real world can be downloaded and shared on an e-board, or added to ibooks and read as a book. This book is password protected. A voucher must be purchased in order to open the book.
A flash media flip book that opens up opportunities to debate, explore and ponder about why we need to learn about geometry. The book is presented through questions posed from different perspectives such as that of an artist, architect, archeologist and many more.
The book is designed to spark debate, bring forward wonderings and explore perspectives and uses for various aspects of geometry, like shape, angle, space and position. The book supports and encourages inquiry-based learning and visible thinking.
There is a also a PDF version of Geometry In The Real World book on this website that teachers can purchase, down load and print.