This activity requires students to use algebraic rules applied to coordinates of a pre-image to determine the new coordinates for the image. It is designed to be reinforcement or an assessment after a lesson on algebraic representations. Students
This project allows students to demonstrate their understanding of linear relationships by creating a table, graph, and equation for a given scenario. Differentiation can be achieved by allowing students to create their own scenario for the project.
This can be used as an assessment tool, or for reinforcement of the Pythagorean concepts. Students are required to create a right triangle and prove it is such by applying the principles of the Pythagorean Theorem and the distance formula. It also
In this project, students will demonstrate proficiency with rotation, reflection, translation and dilation. They will also identify the algebraic rule for as well as label and explain each transformation. This can be used as a formative or summative
This project can be used to assess skills with number line concepts. It was created for use with 8th grade standards, but could be modified for higher or lower levels. The project requires the use of a half sheet of legal sized (or larger paper) to