2

7

Keywords:

compass

maps

Students locate positions on a treasure map using the major compass directions.

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2

7

Keywords:

compass

maps

Students locate positions on a treasure map using the major compass directions.

4

1

Keywords:

bearings

compass

direction

maps

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

2

7

Keywords:

2-dimensional shapes

shape properties

sides

vertices

Students match descriptions of how many corners and sides 2-dimensional shapes have with their corresponding pictures and then describe one shape this way.

3

6

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students identify which transformation has been used to map one shape onto another.

2

3

9

Keywords:

bearings

compass

direction

location

maps

Students demonstrate their knowledge of north, south, east, and west by giving the names of people shown on a plan of a forest park.

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.

2

1

Keywords:

shape properties

Students identify shapes that have been projected on a screen.

2

1

Keywords:

2-dimensional shapes

3-dimensional shapes

cross-sections

Students identify the 2-dimensional shape that cross-sectional slices of food make.

1

2

5

Keywords:

kowhaiwhai

rotation

Student identify the direction and amount of rotation a shape has undergone.

5

1

Keywords:

enlargement

resizing

scale factor

Students identify which square, from a selection of five, is the original square resized by a given scale factor.

5

1

Keywords:

cubes

interior angles

right angled triangles

Students identify some interior right angled triangles in a 2-dimensional drawing of a cube.

5

1

Keywords:

alternate angles

angle properties

angles

co-interior angles

corresponding angles

parallel lines

Students use the angle properties of parallel lines to work out angles in a grid of parallel streets with one angle given.

5

0

Keywords:

angles

circles

isosceles

line segments

radius

tangents

triangles

Students use the angle between a tangent and a radius property and the base angles in an isosceles triangle property to find an unknown angle and to explain why line segments are of equal size.

5

1

Keywords:

angles

circles

diameter

interior angles

triangles

Students use the angle-in-a-semicircle property, and the sum of the angles in a triangle to find unknown angles.

5

2

Keywords:

interior angles

isosceles

parallelograms

polygons

Students use their knowledge of the interior angles of regular polygons, isosceles triangles, and parallelograms to work out unknown angles for a variety of 2-dimensional shapes.

3

2

Keywords:

line symmetry

reflection

symmetry

Students identify the correct line of symmetry from a selection of different shapes with mirror lines.

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.

3

1

Keywords:

reflection

rotation

transformations

translation

Students identify which transformation has been used to map one shape onto another.

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.

2

2

Keywords:

3-dimensional shapes

cubes

edges

faces

prisms

shape properties

vertices

In this practical task, students use models of 3-dimensional shapes to complete a chart showing the number of faces, corners, and edges for each object.