Monday, August 7
Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to translate and reflect objects in the coordinate plane. Students will have organized notebooks. Students will be able to rotate objects in the coordinate plane.
Self check homework/ ask questions if answers are wrong
Skills check on translations and reflections
Put together notebook
Preview Rotations via fill in the blank notes
Tuesday, August 7
Students will be able to rotate objects in the coordinate plane using a graph or rotational rule. Students will be able to apply multiple transformations to an object on the coordinate plane.
Self check homework and ask questions
More examples on Rotations
Teacher demonstration of transformation composition
Practice applying and identifying multiple transformation on one object.
Wednesday, August 9
Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to rotate objects in the coordinate plane. Students will remediate on transformations where needed.
Self check homework/ Ask questions
Rotations skills check
Learning Task: Introduction to Reflections, Translations, and Rotations
Small group assistance with individual types of transformations based on need.
Students will receive individual or small group instruction as needed based on teacher observation. Students will be given small group or individualized instruction specific to their needs as demonstrated by the skills checks taken throughout this unit.
Thursday, August 10
Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to complete rigid transformations in the coordinate plane.
Review concepts upon request.
Quiz on Translations, reflections, and rotations.
Notes on rotational symmetry and lines of symmetry
Friday, August 11
Students will be able to identify lines of reflections and any rotational symmetry that an object may have. Students will be able to identify transformations that would map an object back onto itself.
Identify most missed questions and correct them.
Practice Rotational Symmetry
Discovery task for rotational symmetry and lines of symmetry.
Practice test like questions
Students will receive individual or small group instruction as needed based on teacher observation and data collection. The scheduled activity builds student choice differentiation into itself.