Learning intentions: You will learning about isometric transformations. You will learn the difference between a translation, rotation and a reflection. Success criteria: You will be able to explain what isometric transformations and describe the differences between translation, rotation and reflection. Links to AusVELS: Location and transformation: describe translations. Context: You are designing a house in … Continue reading

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## Year 7 Maths – How much area do the playgrounds use?

Image source Wednesday September 12 Learning intentions: To learn how to calculate the area of the playground areas of Hawkesdale College and to learn how to draw scale drawing. Success criteria: You will be able to draw to scale the playgroung areas that you measured and you will be able to explain how much area … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Playground Project

Monday September 10th Learning intentions: Today you will learn how to use perimeter and area to calculate the play ground area of Hawkesdale College. Success criteria: You will understand how to use perimeter and area in a real life situation. Links to VELS: At Level 5, students measure length, perimeter, and area using suitable units … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Round Robin.

Image source Thursday September 6th. Learning intentions: You will discover how to use the information you gained while working on polygons. Success criteria: You will be able to link the theory behind polygons, perimeter and area with some of their uses in real life. Links to VELS: Students will construct mathematical models to explore and … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Polygon area and perimeter.

Image source Monday 03 September Learning intentions: To consolidate your knowledge in calculating the area and perimeter of polygons. Success criteria: You will be able to demonstrate the difference between perimeter and area and how they are calculated. Today’s tasks: Website: http://www.bgfl.org/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/perimeter_and_area/index.html Textbook: Pages 322 – 323 Using graph paper write your initials so that … Continue reading

## Year 7 – Maths. This weeks review-1

Friday 31st In today’s class we will: 1. Maths Mate answers. 2. Complete ‘Rectangles: constant perimeter or area’ 3. Worksheet. 4. Mathletics 5. Summary of this weeks work. – Send me an email, teachingfantasticscience(at)gmail.com and post on YOUR blog: – a summery of this weeks work (my blog can help here) – include 1 thing you … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Area and perimeter explained

Monday 3rd Learning intention: To learn the difference between area and perimeter. To understand how these measurements are used outside the classroom and to be able to calculate the area and perimeter of polygons. Success criteria: You will be able to describe the difference between area and perimeter and provide examples. You will be able … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Perimeter and Area

Image source Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th Learning intentions: You will learn the difference between perimeter and area and you will learn how these are calculated. Success criteria: You will understand the difference between perimeter and area and be able to explain how these are calculated. Links to VELS: In Measurement, chance and data, students … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Angles in Polygons

Monday 27th Learning intentions: You will learn how to calculate the value of the angles in a polygons. Success criteria: You will be able to describe the process of finding the values of the angles within a polygon. Links to VELS: Measurement, Chance and Data. Students learn important common measures relating to angle. Polygons in … Continue reading

## Year 7 Maths – Introducing Polygons.

Thursday 23rd. Image source Learning intentions: You will learn to identify, name and draw polygons. You will learn to identify regular, irregular, concave and convex polygons. Success criteria: You will be able to define what a polygon is, and the name of polygons with 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 and 20 sides. You will be able to distinguish between … Continue reading