Spatial Relationships, Geometry, and Logic

4.6.1

E/S

Measure angles using a protractor.

Identify, classify, compare and draw regular and irregular quadrilaterals.

Identify, draw, and use central angles to represent fractions of a circle.

4.6.2

I/S
Determine actual measurements represented on scale drawings.
Convert actual measurements to scale.

4.6.3

I/S
Using a coordinate plane, identify and locate points.

Graph coordinates representing geometric shapes in all four quadrants on a coordinate plane.

4.6.4

I/L
Make a model of a three-dimensional prism from a two-dimensional drawing.

Make a two-dimensional drawing of a three-dimensional prism

4.6.5

I/L
Model slope (pitch, angle of inclination ) using concrete objects and practical examples.

4.6.6

I/S
Draw, identify, and find measures of complementary and supplementary angles angles using arithmetic and geometric methods.

4.6.7

I/L
Determine the measures of missing angles of triangles based on the Triangle Sum Theorem.

4.6.8

W/L
Construct circles, angles, and triangles based on given measurements using a variety of methids and tools including compass, straight edge, paper, folding, and technology.

4.6.9

I/L
Identify counterexamples to disprove a conditional statement.