# Use Of Origami In Mathematics Teaching: An Exemplary Activity

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Asian Journal of Education and Training, 2020, 6(2): 284-296StepsFold the rectangular paper so that one ofits short sides overlaps with one of its longsides to obtain a square.Step 8Step 7Step 6Step 5Step 4Step 3Step 2InstructionsStep 1Table-2. Spiral cube and square prism making stages.Shapes Formed After FoldingCut the square formed after the folding outwith the help of scissors.Open the square you obtained as a result ofthe folding. A diagonal line of the squareoccurred.Fold the square again to get its otherdiagonal line.Fold a corner of the square so that itcoincides with the intersection of thediagonals.Do the same for the opposite corner.Fold the corners meeting at theintersection of the diagonals back as shownin the figure.Fold the Shape as shown on the right sideso that Point 1 overlaps with Point 2. (Dothe same so that Point 3 overlaps withPoint 2.)288 2020 by the authors; licensee Asian Online Journal Publishing Group

Step 9Asian Journal of Education and Training, 2020, 6(2): 284-296Fold the Shape obtained in the previousstep so that Point 4 and Point 5 overlap.Step 12Fold the Shape obtained in the previousstep so that Point 8 and Point 9 overlap.Fold the Shape obtained in the previousstep in the opposite direction so that Point10 and Point 11 overlap.Step 13Step 11Step 10Fold the Shape obtained in the previousstep in the opposite direction so that Point6 and Point 7 overlap.Following the same instructions betweenStep 1 and Step 12, make another one ofthe Figure which was obtained in Step 12.Step 14Open Figure 1 you obtained at the end ofStep 13 by pulling it from Points 12 and 13backwards. Flip shape 2.Step 15Figure-1.Place the flipped Figure 2 on the quadraticarea formed in the middle of Figure 1 atthe end of Step 13 as shown on the rightside.Figure-2.289 2020 by the authors; licensee Asian Online Journal Publishing Group

Step 24Step 23Step 22Step 21Step 20Step 19Step 18Step 17Step 16Asian Journal of Education and Training, 2020, 6(2): 284-296Pull the resulting Shape upwards fromPoint 14 and place Part 15 underneath.Likewise, pull it upwards from Point 16and place Part 17 underneath.Fold the resulting Shape so that Points 18and 20 overlap with Point 19 and glue it.Flip the Shape and repeat the step.Finally, you will obtain a closed squareenvelope divided into four congruenttriangles on each of its two surfaces.Make 3 more of the closed square envelopeyou obtained in Step 19 by following thesame steps. You should now have fourshapes in total.As shown in the figure, slowly open outthe resulting closed square envelope byturning your right hand inward and yourleft hand outward. Observe whichgeometric object was formed.Did you get a cube? Press the resultingcube slightly inward to make it into itsversion in Step 19.As shown in the figure, Glue the closedsquare envelopes so that the blue-coloredtriangles on the surface overlap with theorange-colored triangles. Glue all thesquare envelopes one by one according tothe same rule.Glue all the square envelopes one by oneaccording to the same rule in Step 23.290 2020 by the authors; licensee Asian Online Journal Publishing Group

Origami is a paper folding art that emerged in Japan (Yoshioka, 1963). Origami has two types, classical origami and modular origami (Tuğrul & Kavici, 2002). A single piece of paper is used in classic origami. Different items, animal figures and two-dimensional geometric shapes can be made with classic origami.

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