3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on two-dimensional figures using the coordinate plane (DOK 2)<br...
Experiment<br />
Vocabulary<br />Transformation:  a transformation is a translation (sometimes called a slide), a reflection (sometimes cal...
More Vocabulary<br />Reflection:  a figure is said to be reflected with respect to a line if a fold on the line makes the ...
Let’s look at some examples!<br />Turn to pages 180- 184<br />
Turn to Handout #1<br /><ul><li>Draw a figure in quadrant 2
Reflect 5 places to the right and 2 places down.
Rotate it 90 degrees clockwise</li></li></ul><li>Day 2<br />3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on t...
Turn to Handout #1 <br /><ul><li> Draw your first initial in block letters in quadrant I
Label the coordinates of each vertex
Sketch the translation across the x-axis (slide, not reflect). 	Label the coordinates and vertices.
Translate your initial 4 units to the left and 2 units up. Label 	the coordinates and vertices.
Check your neighbors work</li></li></ul><li>Classwork<br />Complete Handout #2 <br />page 196<br />(you may want to use re...
Day 3<br />3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on two-dimensional figures using the coordinate plane...
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3d transformations

  1. 1. 3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on two-dimensional figures using the coordinate plane (DOK 2)<br />By: Deia Sanders<br />
  2. 2. Experiment<br />
  3. 3. Vocabulary<br />Transformation: a transformation is a translation (sometimes called a slide), a reflection (sometimes called a flip), a rotation (sometimes called a turn), or a dilation (sometimes called an enlargement or reduction)<br />Translation: a translation is the figure resulting from moving every point of a given figure a certain distance in a certain direction<br />
  4. 4. More Vocabulary<br />Reflection: a figure is said to be reflected with respect to a line if a fold on the line makes the two figures coincide<br />Rotation: a translation that moves the figure in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction with respect to a specific point<br />Dilation: enlargement or reduction in the polygon; the polygons are similar<br />
  5. 5. Let’s look at some examples!<br />Turn to pages 180- 184<br />
  6. 6. Turn to Handout #1<br /><ul><li>Draw a figure in quadrant 2
  7. 7. Reflect 5 places to the right and 2 places down.
  8. 8. Rotate it 90 degrees clockwise</li></li></ul><li>Day 2<br />3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on two-dimensional figures using the coordinate plane (DOK 2)<br />
  9. 9. Turn to Handout #1 <br /><ul><li> Draw your first initial in block letters in quadrant I
  10. 10. Label the coordinates of each vertex
  11. 11. Sketch the translation across the x-axis (slide, not reflect). Label the coordinates and vertices.
  12. 12. Translate your initial 4 units to the left and 2 units up. Label the coordinates and vertices.
  13. 13. Check your neighbors work</li></li></ul><li>Classwork<br />Complete Handout #2 <br />page 196<br />(you may want to use remaining graphs in Handout #1 to complete)<br />
  14. 14. Day 3<br />3d: Perform transformations (rigid and non-rigid motions) on two-dimensional figures using the coordinate plane (DOK 2)<br />
  15. 15. Let’s Review Vocabulary<br />Transformation<br />Translation<br />Reflection<br />Rotation<br />Dilation<br />
  16. 16. Review <br />Please get out last nights homework and exchange papers<br />
  17. 17. Classwork<br />Complete Handout #3 <br />Pages 198-199<br />
  18. 18. Practice Problems<br />Review for test tomorrow<br />

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