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Om te teken en sketse te interpreteer

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WISKUNDE

Meetkunde, Datahantering en Waarskynlikheid

Meetkunde

OPVOEDERS AFDELING

Memorandum

1. 4

2.

2.1 19

2.2 8

LEERDERS AFDELING

Inhoud

AKTIWITEIT: Om te teken en sketse te interpreteer [LU 3.7]

1. Kyk goed na die skets van hierdie kubus.

As jy van voor af na die kubus kyk, hoeveel vierkante kan jy nie sien nie?

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2. Kyk na hierdie kubus van die kant af.

2.1 Hoeveel kubusse sien jy?

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2.2 Hoeveel kubusse kan jy nie sien nie?

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3. Teken nou enigeen van hierdie kubusse van bo af.

UITDAGING!

Vra jou opvoeder vir die nodige foliopapier.

Trek jou skoolskoen uit en:

4 Teken dit van bo af.

4 Teken dit van die kant af.

4 Teken dit van onder af.

Tyd vir selfassessering

Lees die kriteria. Hoe voel jy oor die werk wat ons so pas afgehandel het?

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  1 2 3 4
Ek kon die dobbelsteen vou. _____ _____ _____ _____
Ek kan die volgende begrippe verduidelik:        
* rand _____ _____ _____ _____
* hoekpunt _____ _____ _____ _____
* vlak _____ _____ _____ _____
Ek kon die volgende figure in aktiwiteit 11 bou:        
* kubus _____ _____ _____ _____
* driehoekige prisma _____ _____ _____ _____
* piramide _____ _____ _____ _____
Ek kan verduidelik wat die verskil tussen ‘n 2- en 3-dimensionele figuur is. _____ _____ _____ _____

HET JY GEWEET?

Wanneer ons ‘n kaart of aanwysings wil lees, kan ons van koördinate gebruik maak!

Dit is belangrik om te onthou dat ons altyd eers die horisontale as sal lees.

In die voorbeeld is punt A se aflesing die paar (1,2).

As jy die paar (3,1) lees, sal jy by B uitkom.

Soms is die rigting ook by, en dan lyk dit so: (1O, 2N) of (3O, 1N).

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Assessering

Leeruitkomste 3:Die leerder is in staat om eienskappe van en verwantskappe tussen twee-dimensionele vorms en drie-dimensionele voorwerpe in ‘n verskeidenheid oriëntasies en posisies te beskryf en voor te stel.

Assesseringstandaard 3.7: Dit is duidelik wanneer die leerder sketse van eenvoudige drie-dimensionele voorwerpe vanuit verskillende posisies (perspektiewe) teken en interpreteer.

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