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This is our final week on coordinates. Today we are looking at how to describe the change in position of a shape from one place to another on a grid. This is called TRANSLATION. We do not change the size or shape of the object only its position.
Look at the power point below and it will explain this in more detail, follow the steps and it will help you to practice the skill. Then when you have done that complete the sheets for your group.
Lesson Presentation Coordinate Translations
Green co ordinate translations 1
Green co ordinate translations 2
Blue co ordinate translations 1
Blue co ordinate translations 2
Red co ordinate translations 1
Red co ordinate translations 2
For those of you who would like a little extra fun challenge using translations follow the steps through the next power point.
CHALLENGE POWERPOINT Co ordinates and translations
Read the slides on the following power point explaining the use of commas. Complete the examples given on the power point slides and then complete your group task sheet. (The ‘Fix my sentence’ tasks referred to in the power point are on your group sheets)
GREEN IAITH TASK-using commas
BLUE IAITH TASK-using commas
RED IAITH TASK-using commas
Lesson Power point Mighty Muscles
Watch the power point and video embedded in it to find out about muscles and how they work in your body. Then complete your group task sheet. below.
GREEN SCIENCE TASK SHEET – muscles
BLUE SCIENCE TASK SHEET -Muscles
RED SCIENCE TASK SHEET -Muscles
For the next task you will need scissors, a paper fastener ( split pin) , some card( an old cereal box, shoe box or any other stiff card will do) and 2 elastic bands. You may need an adult to help you push the holes through the card in the marked places…. take care with this.
MODEL ELBOW JOINT INSTRUCTIONS( All groups)
MODEL ELBOW JOINT TEMPLATES(All groups)
Model elbow joint (example)
Make your model by following the attached instructions
Then put it on a piece of paper and label the bones and muscles
Finally write a simple explanation of how the muscles work. ( Green group – Tell your adult how it works).