Break It Down Like James Brown

Drawing can be as intimidating as an Algebra problem for those of us who are intimidated by Algebra. (Notice how I capitalize out of fear and respect.) However, like an equation once a Goliath is broken into parts the task is much less daunting. Or as Professor James Brown was fond of saying, “I’m gonna step back and kiss myself!” – no wait – not that one. I meant to type, “Break it down!”. ¬†Below, students try their hand at breaking down a famous helmet into simple shapes in order to increase accuracy of overall shape and symmetry.¬†Download the lesson

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