## Overview

**Learning Intentions (Objectives)**

a) Students will decide area or volume is the appropriate calculation and answer for various problems.

b) Students will apply the formulas you developed without referencing them.

**Rationale (Diagnostic Results)**

You often do not remember common geometric formulas such as the area of a trapezoid, parallelogram, circle, etc. You often do not remember common geometric formulas for the volume of a cone, cylinder, sphere, or rectangular prism. You often don’t draw pictures to help them solve problems. You may have difficulty identifying both the objectives and constraints of problems. You struggle with de- and re-contextualizing a problem. You may struggle with converting 3D problems into simpler 2D ones.

### Standards Addressed in the Lesson

##### California Common Core Standards for Mathematics

### Lesson Components

##### Start Lesson