Corners, faces and edges II 0 Overview Using this Resource Connecting to the Curriculum Marking Student Responses Working with Students Further Resources This task is about the properties of 3-dimensional shapes. Write down the shape name of each of the following objects and the number of faces, edges, and vertices (corners) it has. Question 1Change answer a) i) Shape name: ii) Number of: Faces Edges Vertices Question 1Change answer b) i) Shape name: ii) Number of: Faces Edges Vertices Question 1Change answer c) i) Shape name: ii) Number of: Faces Edges Vertices < Question 1Change answer d) i) Shape name: ii) Number of: Faces Edges Vertices Task administration: This task can be completed with pencil and paper or online (with SOME auto marking). Level: 3 Curriculum info: Maths, Geometry and Measurement, Shape Keywords: 3-dimensional shapes, edges, faces, vertices Description of task: This task requires students to identify the shape name, the number of faces, edges and vertices of a selection of everyday objects. Learning Progression FrameworksThis resource can provide evidence of learning associated with Geometric thinking, sets 3-4 within the Mathematics Learning Progressions Frameworks.Read more about the Learning Progressions Frameworks. Answers/responses: Y6 (11/2001) a) i) ii) rectangular prism or cuboid 6 12 8 difficult easy difficult moderate b) i) ii) triangular prism 5 9 6 difficult easy moderate moderate c) i) ii) cylinder 3 2 0 easy difficult difficult easy d) i) ii) sphere 1 0 0 moderate moderate very easy very easy Diagnostic and formative information: Common errors Likely miscalculation a) i) 41% of students answered rectangle. Gives name of 2-dimensional rather than 3-dimensional shape. b) i) 17% of students answered triangle. d) i) 32% of students answered circle. b) i) 14% of students answered pyramid. Confuses prisms and pyramids. Parts of shapes How many faces? Without looking Whetu's frame Everyday objects Describing 3-D shapes