I Am a Champion

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i am a champion
KIỂM TRA 1 TIẾT CHƯƠNG I

I-MỤC TIÊU :

- Đánh giá được kỹ năng của học sinh nhận biết được các loại đa diện và đa diện đều . - Đánh giá được khả năng phân chia và lắp ghép các khối đa diện ,để giải các bài toán về thể tích + Biết tính được diện tích các hình tam giác ,hình vuông ,hình chữ nhật ,hình thang …

+ Biết tính được thể tích các khối chóp , khối hộp , khối lăng trụ …..

+ Biết vận dụng được công thức tỷ số thể tích , để tính thể tích một khối đa diện được đơn giản hơn

II- CHUẨN BỊ :

- Giáo viên : Đề - Đáp án – Thang điểm - Học sinh : Ôn tập các kiến thức trọng tâm của chương I
III-MA TRẬN ĐỀ :

| |Nhận biết |Thông hiểu |Vận dụng |Tổng điểm |
|j Mức độ | | | | |
|Nội dung | | | | |
|Khái niệm về khối đa diện | |Câu 1 | | |1 |
| | |6 điểm | | |6 điểm |
|Tính thể tích khối đa diện | | |Câu 2 | |1 |
| | | | | |2 điểm |
| | | |2 điểm | | |
|Hình vẽ |…...

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