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A sequenced lesson designed to scaffold and build student understanding of coordinates: plotting coordinates in all four quadrants, identifying vertices of quadrilaterals, and identifying the properties of the shape formed. Students may choose to work individually or in pairs throughout the lesson to build on their understandings. Examples of student questions and responses are provided, as well as examples of different teaching approaches, with visuals to guide the teacher to build and develop student understanding of the topic. Additionally, a prompt sheet and PowerPoint presentation have been provided.
|Assessment task, Student task, Teaching resource, Teaching strategies
|Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches
|Collaborative learning, Differentiated teaching, Explicit teaching, Feedback, Mathematics investigation, Metacognitive strategies, Questioning, Structuring lessons
|coordinate plan, gradients of parallel, perpendiclar lines, coordinates and polygons, x-coordinate, y-coordinate, x-intercept, y-intercept
|ICT general capability, Numeracy
|Strand and focus
|Number, Algebra, Apply understanding, Build understanding
|Algebraic expressions, Addition and subtraction, Data representation and interpretation, Linear relationships, Non-linear relationships, Operating with number
|AC: Mathematics (V9.0) content descriptions
Find the gradient of a line segment, the midpoint of the line interval and the distance between 2 distinct points on the Cartesian plane
Number patterns and algebraic thinking (P9)
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