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Week beginning 22.06.20

22.06.20 - Today we will be reading and plotting coordinates in all four quadrants. This is our next step after completing the first quadrant work last week. I would like you to work through the fluency slides on the presentation first, drawing the quadrants and plotting or writing the correct coordinates on paper. We will work through the reasoning and problem solving slides tomorrow. After that, you should access the file labelled 'Four Quadrants - Fluency' and complete the related tasks. If you are in yellow group, please complete the tasks on the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with task 1a) and if you are in orange group, complete the second worksheet (labelled E and starting with task 4a). The answer sheet is provided for you to check your understanding once you have completed your work. Try your best!

23.06.20 - Today we will be continuing to look at coordinates in all four quadrants. Open the presentation again and this time, work through the reasoning and problem solving slides. You can record answers and draw the quadrants on paper. After that, complete the related reasoning and problem solving work below. As yesterday, yellow group should complete the tasks on the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with task 1a) and orange group should complete the tasks on the second worksheet (labelled E and starting with task 4a). The answers are provided for you to check your work once you have finished. Try your best!

24.06.20 - Today, I would like you to use what you have learned so far about coordinates in all four quadrants to help you complete some mixed extension questions (fluency and reasoning). If you are in yellow group, I would like you to complete the tasks on the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with question 1). You can then attempt the tasks on worksheet 2 (labelled E and starting with question 4). Orange group should complete the tasks on worksheet 2 (starting with question 4) and then have a go at the problems in the second file attached below. If you can discuss these with someone else (either in school, or at home) it may help you with your reasoning. Try your best!

25.06.20 - Well done for all your hard work on coordinates so far. We will now be moving on with our position and direction topic to explore translation. Please work through the presentation, drawing the quadrants on paper where necessary. Today, you should focus on the fluency slides, as we will work on reasoning and problem solving in another lesson. When you have finished the slides, please open the worksheet file (fluency). If you are in yellow group, you should complete the first worksheet (labelled D and starting with question 1a). Orange group should complete the second worksheet (labelled E and starting with question 4a). The answers are provided for you to check your work when you have finished.As an extra task, see if you can draw yourself four quadrants and plot a triangle in the first quadrant. Translate your shape into one of the other quadrants, describe the translation and write the new coordinates. Try this with a different type of triangle. What are the names and properties of the triangles you have translated?

26.06.20 - It's maths mystery Friday again! Hurray I hear you cheer! Read the instructions carefully and apply your fabulous powers of mathematical deduction to solve the clues and find the culprit. One of the clues involves coordinates in all four quadrants, so this is a perfect opportunity for you to demonstrate what you have learned this week. The answers are provided for you to check your solutions. Good luck!

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