Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Position in the first quadrant, Reflection Identify describe and represent the. position of a shape following a, Reflection with coordinates reflection or translation using the. appropriate language and know that, Translation the shape has not changed. Translation with coordinates, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Children recap their use of coordinates from Year 4 Plot the following points. on the grid, They start with an understanding of the origin 0 0 before. moving onto reading other coordinates They understand that 3 5. the first number represents the coordinate and the second. number represents the coordinate Teachers might explain 4 4. how a coordinate is fixed does not move whereas a point. can be plotted at different coordinates so it can be moved 0 2. What are the coordinates, Which of the numbers represents the movement in the of the vertices of the. direction of the axis from the origin Which of the numbers rectangle. represents the movement on the axis from the origin. Does it matter which way around coordinates are written. Look at the point I have marked what are the coordinates of. this point, If I moved the point one place to the left what would be. different about the coordinates If I moved the point down. one what would be different about the coordinates, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Mo is correct Alex Annie s, has made a coordinates form a. mistake by diagonal line 8 0, thinking the first to 0 8. number is the, coordinate, Annie is finding co ordinates where the. The point is at 8 3 coordinate and the coordinate add up. For example 3 5 3 5 8, The point is at 3 8 Find all of Annie s coordinates and plot. Alex them on the grid What do you notice, Who do you agree with Can you spot. the mistake the other child has made Now do the same for a different total. Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Children reflect objects using lines that are parallel to the Which of the diagrams show reflections in the given mirror line. axes Children continue to use a 2 D grid and coordinates in. the first quadrant Teachers might want to encourage children. to use mirrors or to count how far the point is away from the. mirror line so that they can work out where the reflected point. will be located Children should be introduced to the language. object name of shape before reflection and image name of. shape after reflection, Reflect the coordinates and the shapes in the mirror line. When I reflect something what changes about the object Is it. exactly the same, What are the coordinates of this point If I reflect it in the. mirror line what are the new coordinates, If I reflect this point shape in a vertical horizontal mirror line. what will happen to the coordinate coordinate, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Dora is incorrect The shape would, When you reflect a the shape s remain in the. shape its dimensions dimensions do not same position. change change only its although the, Dora position is colours would be. changed swapped green, Do you agree with Dora, on the left and. Explain your thinking, pink on the right, The rectangle is pink and green. The rectangle is reflected in the mirror, What would its reflection look like. Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Teachers should explore what happens to points when they Object A is reflected in the mirror line to give image B. are reflected in lines parallel to the axes Write the coordinates of the vertices for each shape. Children might use mirrors to do this This might be done. through investigation where children record coordinates of. vertices of the object and coordinates of vertices of the image. in a table, What is the coordinate for this vertex What is the Write the coordinates of the image after the object triangle has. coordinate for this vertex been reflected in the mirror line. If we look at this point where will its new position be on the. image when it is reflected What s different about the. coordinates of the object compared to the coordinates of the. Do you always need to use a mirror How else could you work. out the coordinates of each vertex, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. The 2 9 There are two, coordinate is possibilities for the. incorrect it should object, Eva reflects the shape in the mirror line. She thinks that the coordinates of the This is a shape after it has been reflected. vertices for the reflected shape are This is called the image. 5 5 2 5 2 9 Use the grid and the marked mirror lines. to show where the original object was, Is Eva is correct positioned. Explain why, Is there more than one possibility, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Children learn to translate shapes on a grid A square is translated two squares. to the right and three down, Children could focus on one vertex at a time when translating Draw the new position of this square. Attention should be drawn to the fact that the shape itself. does not change size nor orientation when translated. Describe the translation of, shape A to shape B C and. then D Use the stem sentence, to help you, Shape A has been. What does translate mean translated left right, and up down. Look what happens when I translate this shape What has. happened to the shape Have the dimensions of the shape Match the translations. changed Does it still face the same way, 4 right 2 down. Are there any other ways I can get the shape to this position 2 left 3 up. 5 left 5 down, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Amir is incorrect 7 1, the shape is, translated two to. the right and three, down It will fit on, Triangle ABC is translated so that point B. translates to point D A triangle is drawn on the grid. It is translated so that point A translates to, It won t fit on this. Do you agree with Amir What would be the coordinates of the. Explain your thinking other vertices of the translated triangle. Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. Children translate coordinates and also describe translations Translate each coordinate 2 down 1 right Record the coordinates of. of coordinates its new position, Attention should be drawn to the effect of the translation on. the coordinate and the coordinate For example how, does a translation of 3 up affect the and coordinate. Rectangle ABCD is translated so, vertex C is translated to 3 5. If we move this point down what will happen to its Describe the translation What. coordinates What if it moves up are the coordinates of the other. vertices of the translated rectangle, If I move the point two right what will happen to the. coordinates Translate the coordinates below, 3 6 3 left 1 up. If these are the translated coordinates what were the original. coordinates, 5 7 2 right 4 down, Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position Direction. These three coordinates have all been Translation 2 right 8 10 12 10. translated in the same way 2 down, A rectangle is translated two to the left. Can you work out the missing, coordinates Three of the coordinates of the translated. rectangle are 6 8 10 14 and 10 8, Describe the translation. Year 5 Summer Term Week 8 Geometry Position amp Direction Position in the first quadrant Reflection Reflection with coordinates Translation Translation with coordinates Identify describe and represent the position of a shape following a reflection or translation using the appropriate language and know that the shape has not changed 2 Plot the following points on the grid What are

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