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Lesson PurposeStudents will understand and apply scale, similar shapes, and proportional reasoning forming a bridge between scale drawings and real objects. Students will use the skill learned to plan events by dividing the space to be used appropriately, and by knowing how many tables and chairs are to be used based on the number of individuals attending the planned event. Scale drawing will assist students in preparing ahead designing the space to be used. Because of understanding scale drawing, students can know exactly how many tables and chairs can be placed in a given space. Scale drawing is a visual representation of the space. 

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Lesson ObjectivesAt the end of this lesson, students will be able to: Make scale drawings for the professional workplace calculating scales and recognizing similar shapes. Scale drawing, measurements and proportional reasoning, will allow students to effectively use the space to organize events. 

Student TargetI can calculate scale, make a scale drawing, and recognize similar shapes. 

CCR Focus StandardsGeometry  Level D
Supporting Standards

Standards for Mathematical Practice
KYAE Employability Standards
