In this lesson, we will use the language of rotation to predict how an object has rotated.

# Video

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# Worksheet

These slides will take you through some tasks for the lesson. If you need to re-play the video, click the ‘Resume Video’ icon. If you are asked to add answers to the slides, first download or print out the worksheet. Once you have finished all the tasks, click ‘Next’ below.

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Quiz:

Match the correct picture by looking at the language of rotation.

Q1.What would the pentagon look like if it was rotated a three-quarter turn clockwise?

1/3

Q2.If this shape makes a quarter turn anti-clockwise, how would it look?

2/3

Q3.Describe the rotations. There are two correct answers. Be careful- you need to mark both answers correct to get the points!

Select two (2) boxes

3/3

#### Unit quizzes are being retired in August 2023

Why we're removing unit quizzes from the website >
Quiz:

Match the correct picture by looking at the language of rotation.

Q1.What would the pentagon look like if it was rotated a three-quarter turn clockwise?

1/3

Q2.If this shape makes a quarter turn anti-clockwise, how would it look?

2/3

Q3.Describe the rotations. There are two correct answers. Be careful- you need to mark both answers correct to get the points!

Select two (2) boxes

3/3

# Lesson summary: Making predictions about rotation

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