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Om vasgestelde posisies te vind en te verduidelik hoe om tussen posisies te beweeg

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WISKUNDE

Meetkunde, Datahantering en Waarskynlikheid

Meetkunde

OPVOEDERS AFDELING

Memorandum

1.

1.1 Kerk

1.2 Flieks

1.3 Fabriek

1.4 Museum

2.

2.1 2 N en 8 W

2.2 1N en 6 W

2.3 3N en 5W

2.4 1N en 8O

LEERDERS AFDELING

Inhoud

AKTIWITEIT: Om vasgestelde posisies te vind en te verduidelik hoe om tussen posisies te beweeg [LU 3.8]

1. Nino is ‘n vreemdeling op die dorp. Wat sal hy kan sien as hy die volgende “punte” besoek?

1.1 (6O, 1S) : ______________________________________________________

1.2 (3W, 3N) : _____________________________________________________

1.3 (5W, 3S) : _____________________________________________________

1.4 (5O, 7N) : _____________________________________________________

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2. Gebruik slegs koördinate en verduidelik vir Nino hoe om te kom:

2.1 van die lughawe tot by die fabriek

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2.2 van die riviermond tot by die flieks:

_____________________________________________________________________

2.3 van die stasie tot by die winkelsentrum:

_____________________________________________________________________

2.4 van die dieretuin tot by die museum:

_____________________________________________________________________

UITDAGING!

Ontwerp jou eie kaart met aanwysings. Begrawe ‘n skat êrens en verduidelik vir ‘n maat deur middel van koördinate hoe om dit te kry.

Assessering

Leeruitkomste 3:Die leerder is in staat om eienskappe van en verwantskappe tussen twee-dimensionele vorms en drie-dimensionele voorwerpe in ‘n verskeidenheid oriëntasies en posisies te beskryf en voor te stel.

Assesseringstandaard 3.8: Dit is duidelik wanneer die leerder ligging op ‘n gekodeerde rooster bepaal en beskryf hoe om tussen posisies op die rooster te beweeg, en kaarte as rooster herken.

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