# 8.8 - Three-dimensional Model

8.8  The student will construct a three-dimensional model, given the top or bottom, side, and front views.

### BIG IDEAS

• I can visualize my Minecraft buildings, learn to envision the 3-D world, and plan objects to be created by a 3-D printer.
• I will know that a three-dimensional object can be represented as a two-dimensional model with views of the object from different perspectives.

### UNDERSTANDING THE STANDARD

2016 VDOE Curriculum Framework - 8.8 Understanding

·  A three-dimensional object can be represented as a two-dimensional model with views of the object from different perspectives.

·  Three-dimensional models of geometric solids can be used to understand perspective and provide tactile experiences in determining two-dimensional perspectives.

·  Three-dimensional models of geometric solids can be represented on isometric paper.

·  The top view is a mirror image of the bottom view.

### ESSENTIALS

• How does knowledge of two-dimensional figures inform work with three-dimensional objects?
It is important to know that a three-dimensional object can be represented as a two-dimensional model with views of the object from different perspectives.

The student will use problem solving, mathematical communication, mathematical reasoning, connections, and representations to

·  8.81  Construct three-dimensional models, given the top or bottom, side, and front views.

·  8.82  Identify three-dimensional models given a two-dimensional perspective.

·  8.83  Identify the two-dimensional perspective from the top or bottom, side, and front view, given a three-dimensional model.

### KEY VOCABULARY

three-dimensional model, top view, side view, front view

Updated: Nov 20, 2018