Go Paperless with this Digital Interactive Notebook Activity!
This Google Slides activity starts out with a Frayer Model to get students thinking about the definition and characteristics of rigid motions. Students will type their responses in the digital document. This can be done with the teacher instructing, formative assessment, cooperative groups, homework, etc. After students have a good understanding of what makes a transformation a rigid motion, they may begin the classification activity by sliding the labels onto the corresponding images.
Classification Categories are:
-Not a Rigid Motion
• 2 google slides files:
-Student version with a Frayer Model: Rigid Motions and 4 Interactive Classification Slides including 24 colorful figures to classify.
-Teacher answer key
• 1 PDF product file that includes:
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