Rotations Notes for Interactive Notebooks
Need quality Geometry notes for your interactive notebooks (INB) that don’t waste paper? These notes over Rotations use all parts of the page with guided notes, guided practice, and independent practice as you teach your students how rotate figures on the coordinate plane (with the center of rotation at origin and non-origin points). It also includes a bonus page to review Transformations and basic vocabulary. Students cut the guided notes section off for note-taking and then use the leftovers for guided practice, visual cues, and independent practice. No more wasting space on a page or scraps of paper!
Essential Skills from this lesson:
- definitions and explanations of:
- rigid motion and isometry
- properties preserved under isometries
- properties preserved under dilations (for comparison)
- explanation of clockwise vs. counterclockwise
- rules for common angles of rotations (90, 180, 270)
- examples of how to rotate figures on a coordinate plane with center at origin
- two methods for rotating around a non-origin point
- using patty paper
- using addition & subtraction to apply the rules
- examples and guided practice
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These guided notes are helpful with fulfilling IEPs and 504s that are written to help support student note-taking. Also very helpful for English Language Learners.
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