Each card in this activity will have two statements from different students about a dilation, and your students will have to decide whose is correct! This activity focuses on dilations with the origin as the center of dilation, and specifically their effects on the coordinates in a figure. CCSS Standard 8.G.3 and TEK Standard 8.10C
It’s a great way to get students looking for errors and communicating their mathematical arguments.
What is Included?
*10 activity cards
*Activity instructions and teacher tips
*Ideas for implementation and CCSS/TEK alignment
*CCSS Standard 8.G.3 and TEK Standard 8.10C
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