Hands-on Exploring the Movement of Reflections in the Plane

Unit 6: Transformations
Lesson 4 of 23

Objective: Students will be able to understand the movement of a reflection and the properties of a reflected image on a conceptual level.

Big Idea: Students learn about the movement of a reflection through using tracing paper.

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Math, reflection (Geometry), Geometry, Transformations (Geom), Manipulative Skills, tracing paper, hands, manipulatives, 8th grade
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