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To find specific positions and explaining how to move between positions

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MATHEMATICS

Geometry

EDUCATOR SECTION

Memorandum

1.

1.1 Church

1.2 Movies

1.3 Factory

1.4 Museum

2.

2.1 2 N and 8 W

2.2 1N and 6 W

2.3 3N and 5W

2.4 1N and 8E

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ACTIVITY: To find specific positions and explaining how to move between positions [LO 3.8]

1. Nino is a stranger to the town. Explain what he will see if he visits the following "points".

1.1 (6E, 1S) : ______________________________________________________

1.2 (3W, 3N) : _____________________________________________________

1.3 (5W, 3S) : _____________________________________________________

1.4 (5E, 7N) : ______________________________________________________

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2. Using co-ordinates only, tell Nino how to get:

2.1 from the airport to the factory:

_____________________________________________________________________

2.2 from the estuary to the movies:

_____________________________________________________________________

2.3 from the station to the shopping centre:

_____________________________________________________________________

2.4 from the zoo to the museum:

_____________________________________________________________________

CHALLENGE!

Design a map of your own, with directions. Bury a treasure somewhere and use co-ordinates to direct your partner to find it.

Assessment

Learning Outcome 3: The learner will be able to describe and represent characteristics and relationships between two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects in a variety of orientations and positions.

Assessment Standard 3.8: We know this when the learner locates positions on a coded grid, describe how to move between positions on the grid, and recognises maps as grids.

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