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Mathematics Framework examples for Years 1, 2 and 3: Line symmetry, p85

Year 2 and 3 mathematics Framework examples for shape, focusing on understanding and using symmetry vocabulary such as 'line of symmetry', 'fold', 'match', 'mirror line', 'reflection' and 'symmetrical'.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Step 4 Objective

This objective focuses on recognising and visualising the transformation and symmetry of 2-D shapes, and constructing 3-D models by linking given faces or edges. Relevant questioning and downloads help teachers to identify the skills which pupils should already have at this stage of their learning, along with probing questions relating to this knowledge. For pupils who find this objective a barrier, simpler scenarios and activities are proposed, together with suggested resources. The objective is part of the Shape and space substrand substrand in the mathematics progression maps for…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Qualifications - QCDA

Qualifications - QCDA . & : Home Qualifications Qualifications A levels Read the A level performance descriptions and find out about the development of qualifications in mathematics The Diploma Our Diploma pages include practical help with planning and teaching this new qualification Foundation Learning Foundation Learning provides flexible learning programmes for young people and adults at Entry level and level 1 Functional skills Learn about functional skills qualifications for September 2010 and watch our video…

QCDA Last update: 2011

Step 1

Teaching ideas and example questions to help pupils identify lines of symmetry and recognise shapes with no symmetry. This is part of the geometry section of the geometry and measures progression map for intervention in secondary mathematics.

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Step 5 Objective 3

This objective focuses on recognising and visualising the transformation and symmetry of a 2-D shape, using reflection in given mirror lines and line symmetry, and rotation about a given point and rotational symmetry. Relevant questioning and downloads help teachers to identify the skills which pupils should already have at this stage of their learning, along with probing questions relating to this knowledge. For pupils who find this objective a barrier, simpler scenarios and activities are proposed, together with suggested resources. The objective…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011