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#### Lessons for Symmetry

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• Thematic Unit for the book Chipo's Gift - … : Creating symmetry with a partner Objective:Students will match their physical positions to a partner's positions with symmetry (1-2-3 symmetry). Warm-up Task: Play 1-2-3 Symmetry.Discuss concept of symmetry - use examples (face, arms, legs, etc.). Practice some examples (both arms up high - symmetry; one arm …
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• Symmetry - Description This lesson is an explanation of line symmetry, rotational symmetry, and point symmetry. The lesson is designed to allow the students to … will identify line symmetry with 90% accuracy. Students will identify point symmetry with 90% accuracy. Students will identify rotational symmetry with 90% accuracy … (attached below) Worksheet (attached below) Pencil or Pen Paper Symmetry.doc Symmetry.notebook Step-by-Step Procedure When the students enter the …
• Cut It Out! - … called strip patterns) for symmetries. K0whaiwhai are good examples of friezes. They often have reflective and rotational symmetry and translations. The simplest … is no reflective symmetry in this pattern. So the only symmetry here is rotational symmetry of order 4 and translation symmetry after four moves … has a diagonal line of reflectional symmetry, and the pattern has repeated vertical lines of reflectional symmetry. 2. a. By repeatedly rotating …
• Functions, Graphs, and Symmetry...Oh My! - … functions do not have a vertex What does the word symmetry mean? Symmetry means that one side of the graph is a … is the Axis of Symmetry found? Does each function have an Axis of Symmetry? The Axis of Symmetry is found by the horizontal shift. Since the Axis of Symmetry is a line … every function has an Axis of Symmetry. The functions that has an Axis of Symmetry are the quadratic function and the absolute …