Intended for use in college courses for prospective or in-service secondary school teachers of geometry. Designed to give teachers broad preparation in the content of elementary geometry as well as closely related topics of a slightly more advanced nature. The presentation and the modular format are designed to incorporate a flexible methodology for the teaching of geometry, one that can be adapted to different classroom settings. The basic strategy is to develop the few fundamental concepts of elementary geometry, first in intuitive form, and then more rigorously. The rest of the material is then built up out of these concepts through a combination of exposition and qguided discoveryq in the problem sections. A separate volume including the solutions to the exercises is also available.To construct the three-dimensional shape of the dodecahedron, construct two sets of six pentagons in the ... Tape these together, and the icosahedron is complete. a. a al 3. a. y X VVVVV How many faces does a dodecahedron have?
|Title||:||Geometry for the Classroom|
|Author||:||C.Herbert Clemens, Michael A. Clemens|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|