Rotations on a Grid

Rotations on a Grid
Rotations on a Grid
Rotations on a Grid

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  • Lesson Plan
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  • Differentiated Worksheet

Rotations on a Grid

Students learn how to perform rotations on a grid using a centre, direction and amount of turn.  As learning progresses students describe rotations by finding the centre
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to rotate an object 180 degrees about a centre on a Cartesian grid.
  • Most students should be able to rotate an object about a centre in any direction on a Cartesian grid.
  • Some students should be able to perform and describe rotations using a centre on a Cartesian grid.
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Scheme of Work Link
Transformations & Vectors Foundation SoW Performing and Describing Transformations Higher SoW
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