# Transformation Reflection Teacher Resources

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CK-12 Foundation

#### Transformation - Reflection: Lesson

Looking into a mirror is not the same on a coordinate plane. A portion of an extensive playlist on basic geometry provides the rules to find the coordinates of points after a reflection over one of the axis. Using the rules, the video...

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#### What is a Transformation?

A transformation is the process of changing the graph of a figure or a shape. The instructor introduces the four most common transformations: reflection, dilation, rotation, and translation. So watch as she draws the transformations on a...

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#### What is a Transformation?

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#### Transformations

For any study of upper-level geometry, this presentation could be of good use. It defines three important concepts: transformation, reflection, and rotation. Although brief, this presentation could easily be used in tandem with problems...

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#### Transformation: Reflection

Tenth graders identify and analyze appropriate key vocabulary terms associated with transformations and reflection. Students experience creating and recognizing reflection with hands-on manipulations. Students discover real-world...

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#### What is a Reflection?

There are many ways to transform geometric figures. This lesson will illustrate how to reflect figures over a line to get a mirror image of the figure. The teacher will draw three different reflections: one as reflected over the y-axis,...

Math by Design

#### Transformations â€“ Reflections

Scholars use interactive resources to figure out how to mathematically draw a reflection of a geometric shape viewed in a mirror. To conclude the activity, class members are askedÂ to deduce the result of multiple reflections across...

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#### Transformations: Reflections

High schoolers perform transformations on their graphs. In this algebra lesson, students identify the pre-image and image. They find and identify congruent shapes and isometry.

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#### Investigate the Rigid Motions of Reflection, Rotation, Translation, and Dilation

Students investigate the rigid motions of reflection, rotation, translation, and dilation. This investigation be accomplished through classroom instruction and exploration using Geometer's Sketchpad.

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#### Keeping in Shape

Third graders describe patterns in terms of reflection and rotation symmetry, and translations. They design and make a pattern which involves translation, reflection, or rotation. They demonstrate why a given tessellation covers the...

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#### Issues in Public Education During the Kentucky Civil Rights Era

Students conduct oral history interviews and research historical and contemporary media articles about multiculturalism and diversity.

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#### The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky

Eleventh graders examine how current race relations in their town compare to those of the 1960's.

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#### Logo Licenses

Third graders find all the lines of reflection symmetry in a given shape, identify the order of rotational symmetry of a given shape. They create designs which have reflection symmetry, rotational symmetry (orders 2, 3, 4, 6) and...

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#### Mum's Kitchen Floor

Students discuss patterns on a chess board examining symmetries. They read the problem and then brainstorm for ways to solve the problem. As they complete the floor pattern, they record symmetries that it contains.

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#### Tessellating Art

Fourth graders create artwork showing their own unique tessellating shapes. They apply the symmetries of a regular polygon and describe the reflection or rotational symmetry of a figure or object. They share their art work with the class.

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#### Team Puzzles

Fourth graders work in co-operative teams of four to complete a puzzle. Each student initially works independently, and then the team jointly puts together the four shapes they have individually made, to complete the puzzle.

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#### Copycats

Third graders describe the features of 2 and 3 dimensional objects and use the language of geometry. They design and make a pattern which involves translation, reflection or rotation.

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#### Fitness

Fourth graders determine how to design regular and semi-regular tessellations of the plane. They develop the ability to demonstrate why a tessellation covers the plane in this series of lessons.

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#### More No-Three-In-A-Line

Fourth graders read Mary's problem and make sure that they examine it.
After some discussion, let the class work on the problem in their groups.
They then take turns in putting a picture of their arrangement on the board.

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#### Noughts

Students try to figure out the strategies to the game Noughts. Students logic must play a part in the process of the game. Students apply the symmetries of regular polygons. Students devise ways to critically follow a chain of reasoning.