The following link will take you to a padlet page, where you will need to answer 2 questions,
1. Where are co-ordinates useful?
2. What do you already know about co-ordinates?
Before we get into co-ordinates, we need to do a review on sequences work.
You have the choice of 3 levels of work and 10 minutes to complete as far as possible.
Please make sure you do all working in your book. Ready, steady, GO!
Straight Line Graphs
Now have a go at drawing these lines, ensuring you draw out a table of coordinates for each new straight line just like the example in your book.
Keep your eye out for any patterns you spot - make any notes in your book.
You must use a new set of co-ordinate axes for each question - you may use the axes provided (just stick them in).
You may start on the green or blue questions then work through in order.
Let's play Battleships
- Pick one of these cartoon co-ordinates to draw for homework (Cartoon 4 is more challenging than cartoon 1).
- Co-ordinates should be joined in order as you go along
- You should be able to see what it is by the end.
- You can create your own set of co-ordinates for Ms Clark to try if you wish.
Today's Key Words
- Straight Line
- Nth Term
- Intersection point