3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:Transformations
  • Subject(s):Math
  • Days:15
  • Grade(s):9, 10, 11, 12
Key Learning: Recognize that geometric transformations occur in nature and have many applications.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 
What are the types of geometric transformations? Where do we see examples of these transformations in real life?
   
Concept: Reflections
Concept: Translations
Concept: Rotations
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is a transformation? (A)
What is an isometry? (A)
What is a reflection and how are objects reflected? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is a translation and how is an object translated? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is a rotation and how is an object rotated? (A)
Concept: Symmetry
Concept: Tessalations
Concept: Dilations
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is symmetry? (A)
What are the different types of symmetry and how are they identified? (A)
What are the different types of symmetry and how are they identified? (ET)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is a dilation? (A)
What is a dilation? (A)
What is the difference between an enlargement and a reduction? (A)
Additional Information:

Ask an experienced coworker for additional reference texts and/or other materials. Prentice Hall Geometry Ch.12(12.1-12.7) Text Ancillary Materials Scientific Calculator, Protractor, Graph Paper FCAT Explorer Mission FCAT Polk County FCAT Item Test Bank www.PHSchool.com Kaplan Lesson Plans

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Acquisition Lesson:

8. What are tesselations?

Extending Thinking Lesson:

Vocabulary Report

  • transformation -
  • symmetry -
  • rotation -
  • tessalations -
  • translation -
  • dilation -
  • enlargement -
  • preimage -
  • reflectional symmetry -
  • tiling -
  • composition -
  • reduction -
  • translational symmetry -
  • line symmetry -
  • image -
  • rotational symmetry -
  • glide reflectional symmetry -
  • isometry -
  • scalar multiplication -
  • point symmetry -
  • reflection -