Chapter

Objective
Students
will be able to…

Standard(s)

Help/Examples

Practice

1.2.1

Visualize Reflections

GCO.6



1.2.2

Apply rigid transformations  Translation

GCO.5



1.2.2

Apply rigid transformations  Rotation

GCO.5

How to rotate
about a fixed point
How to rotate
90 and 180 degrees


1.2.2

Apply rigid transformations  Reflection

GCO.5

Reflection is a
Type of Transformation


1.2.3

Recognize that slopes of perpendicular lines are opposite reciprocals

GCO.4

Perpendicular
Line Slope

Equations
of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

1.2.3

Recognize that slopes of parallel lines are the equal

GCO.4

Parallel Lines

Equations
of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

1.2.4

Apply rigid transformations on a coordinate grid (describe as a
function)  Translation

GCO.2

Translations of
Polygons
Determining a
Translation for a Shape

Translations
of Polygons
Properties
of Rigid Transformations

1.2.4

Apply rigid transformations on a coordinate grid (describe as a
function)  Rotation

GCO.2

Rotations
of Polygons
Rotations
Rotating
a Segment about the origin

Rotation
of Polygons
Properties
of Rigid Transformations

1.2.4

Apply rigid transformations on a coordinate grid (describe as a
function)  Reflection

GCO.2

Reflecting a
Line
Geometry:
Reflections

Properties
of Rigid Transformations

1.2.5

Use knowledge of transformations to create shapes

GCO.10



1.2.6

Identify what shapes have reflective symmetry

GCO.3

Reflection and
Rotational Symmetry


1.2.6

Identify what shapes have rotational symmetry

GCO.3

Reflection and
Rotational Symmetry


1.3.1

Classify shapes by their attributes




1.3.2

Mark diagrams according to their attributes



