Translation Worksheet description
This worksheet has four different problems with different variations on each problem. Student working this worksheet should understand how to plot points on a coordinate grid and integers. The first problem’s points “A, B, and C” are the same ordered pairs on the translation PowerPoint. This is to help students get started on the assignment. The students are to plot and translate. The second problem has the students plot and translates twice. This allows for practice of labeling double prime. Beware of the students wanting to translate the original polygon twice. In the third problem a triangle and its translation are given and the student must provide the translation rule and coordinates. The last problem is like the first but more order pairs are given.
Note: My philosophy for worksheets. If worksheet has a modified sheet, this is for my ELL, remedial, and my inclusion students. A modified sheet will have one of the problems worked out. This allows student to see how I want their answer arranged. Most of the students will receive the regular worksheet without modifications. I try to allow the last ten minutes of class for students to work independently on their homework. Because I know what misconceptions they will make it is easy for me to walk around help the students. If a student completes their homework then they are allowed to check their answers with the answer key. All of my worksheet has an answer key. I have points in a blue outlined text for each problem this allows students to score each problem in class during grading. While grading student put the number correct over the total points; then they must finding the percent from the fraction.
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