-In collaboration with the university, we invited Okan Arslan, a faculty member of the mathematics department, to study origami.
-We conducted a survey about what we wanted to do in our origami study and identified the most common origami samples.
-As a result of the survey, heart and ornamentation activities received the most votes. In this context, the content of these designs were included in the activity content.
-"Can we measure any angle without using a protractor?"
were asked and opinions were taken before the event.
Angles can also be measured without using a protractor.
Origami was shown how the prototype structure was. The origami group was formed and the triangular features were used to determine the angles of the origami. Some objects in the classroom were asked to measure the angles using the protractor. The accuracy of the measurements was discussed.
At the end of the survey, it was aimed to learn to make hexagons by folding paper on making origami with "ornament".
The class was divided into 2 groups.
Ornamental samples used in daily life were examined.
Each group was asked to create ornament pattern using hexagons in cartons.
As a result of the survey, it was taught how to make heart by making paper with origami.
Everyone created 3-dimensional hearts individually.
3-dimensional origami samples used in daily life were examined.