## Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Rotational Symmetry - Section 2: Skill Building/Exploration

As I reflect back on the planning of this lesson, I am pleased overall with how the lesson was planned.  There is one aspect that I would change before I teach the lesson the next time.  I would either put dots at the top of each figure in order for the students to remember the original position, or I would give the students an extra copy of the handout so that they will have it available at their desks.  I realized that this was needed during this lesson, that is why I displayed the shapes on the Smartboard.  It would have been more convenient with the dots or having another copy available to the students.

Making Adjustments to the Next Lesson
Adjustments to Practice: Making Adjustments to the Next Lesson

# Rotational Symmetry

Unit 4: Geometry
Lesson 9 of 10

## Big Idea: By turning a shape to different measurements, the students can determine if a shape has rotational symmetry.

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### Rose Monroe

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