4

2

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students choose which transformation is being used to continue a pattern.

4

2

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students choose which transformation is being used to continue a pattern.

4

1

Keywords:

acute

angles

obtuse

reflex

right angles

straight

Students identify the types of angles made by known landmarks.

4

1

Keywords:

angle of rotation

rotation

transformations

Students identify the angles of rotation that enable shapes to fit onto themselves.

4

0

Keywords:

angle of rotation

rotation

rotational symmetry

symmetry

transformations

Students specify the smallest angle of rotation so a shape remains the same.

4

1

Keywords:

order of symmetry

rotation

rotational symmetry

symmetry

transformations

Students identify the order of rotational symmetry for a number of shapes.

4

1

Keywords:

equilateral

isosceles

right angled triangles

right angles

scalene

triangles

Students identify the types of triangles made by everyday objects.

4

3

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students identify which of the three transformations (rotation, reflection, translation) were not used to create repeating koru patterns.

4

1

Keywords:

bearings

compass

direction

maps

Students identify the compass direction that describes travel between two towns on a map.

4

1

Keywords:

2-dimensional shapes

quadrilaterals

Students select the correct name for regular quadrilateral shapes.

4

3

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students identify which transformations could have been used one shape onto another.

4

1

Keywords:

enlargement

invariant properties

translation

Students identify the invariant properties of a translated and an enlarged shape.

4

0

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students identify which transformations could have been performed on pairs of shapes.

4

1

Keywords:

enlargement

invariant properties

length

resizing

scale factor

Students identify invariant properties for enlargement.

4

1

Keywords:

reflection

transformations

Student reflect words in horizontal and vertical axes.

4

0

Keywords:

3-dimensional shapes

cubes

faces

Students identify the number of faces for different 3-dimensional cube models.

4

1

Keywords:

grid references

maps

Students use grid references to locate places on a map of Auckland and give grid references of specified places.

4

4

Keywords:

equilateral

isosceles

right angles

scalene

triangles

Students identify equilateral, isosceles, scalene and right angled triangles.

4

2

Keywords:

arc

circles

circumference

diameter

radius

sectors

Students identify the parts of a circle that lines on familiar signs and objects make.

4

3

Keywords:

adjacent angles

angles

opposite angles

Students use their knowledge of vertically opposite angles, adjacent angles on a straight line, and angles at a point to identify unknown angles in everyday shapes.

4

5

1

Keywords:

bearings

compass

direction

distance

scale

For this task students are required to record, in a table, the compass bearings of objects shown on a submarine radar screen. Distances from the submarine are also recorded.

4

2

Keywords:

compass

direction

Students draw in places onto a map following compass directions given in relation to existing landmarks.

4

2

Keywords:

grid references

The context for this task is a grid-referenced map of historical sites. Students locate items at three grid references then write the grid references for all the castles on the map.

4

6

Keywords:

3-dimensional shapes

matching

nets

peer assessment

prisms

Students match three dimensional shapes with nets that could be folded to make them.

4

5

2

Keywords:

classification

quadrilaterals

shape properties

Students compare different types of quadrilateral shapes and answer questions about which of a pair is a special case of the other one.

4

4

Keywords:

bearings

compass

direction

instructions

location

maps

This task requires students to write a set of instructions based on compass directions that would guide a lost tramper to a Rescue Hut on a map with marked paths and landmarks.