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Tool: Guess The View
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Description: Students are given a 3-d view of an object, and then given a 2-d view of the object. Students must choose which of 6 views is being displayed from a list including front view, right side view, left side view, top view, bottom view, and back view. There are 20 different questions and they get progressively more difficult. Students are given immediate feedback.
Technology Type: Java Applet
Author: Freudenthal Institute
Language: English
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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 Student Review (Not based on classroom experience) Reviewer: ay, Oct 3 2006 09:17:21:727AM Appropriate for: practice of skills and understandings, applications of a concept or technique, advanced investigations Ability to meet my goals: Neutral Recommended for: Math 5: Geometry in the plane Teacher Review (Based on classroom experience) Reviewer: laurel, Feb 19 2005 11:31:40:923AM What did students learn? There was some discussion on right/wrong as a group. When a shape is mirrored, both the right side and the left side can be turned to produce the image. This was only on 2 of the drawings. The discussion was intense! Recommended for: Math 7GeometryAlgebra Read the full length reviews for this resource
 Craig Comment: I wish I had seen this a few weeks ago... we did work on this type of visualization back then. Maybe we'll revisit... VickiLou Comment: Terrific tool. Wish this were available when I had taken architectural drawing in high school.