Learning Objectives

Grade


5

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The student should be able
to:

G/M13 identify, name,
give an example, and list the properties of the
following figures

a) parallelogram,
trapezoid, rhombus, pentagon, hexagon, octagon

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b) isosceles trapezoid




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c) triangles (classification
according to their sides): equilateral, isosceles,
scalene



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d) triangles (classification
according to their angles): right, acute, obtuse,
equiangular



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e) convex, concave,
regular, irregular polygons




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G/M14 combine 2D geometric figures
(polygons) to make other figures (2D or 3D)

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G/M15 construct parallelograms,
rectangles, rhombuses, and squares using paper folding,
mira, and/or compass and straight edge





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G/M16 understand and
use the terms

a) congruent, congruency,
tessellate, tessellation

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b) similar



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G/M17 identify the relationships
between the sides and between the angles of similar
polygons



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G/M18 enlarge and reduce polygons
(on a grid)

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G/M19 use a scale drawing to
make similar figures




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G/M20 calculate the scale factor
of two similar polygons




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G/M21 determine the missing side
of similar triangles





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The student should be able
to:

G/M22 solve problems involving
similar triangles and other similar polygons




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G/M23 create similar figures
using a variety of tools such as grids, scale factors,
photocopiers, pantographs, etc.




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G/M24 demonstrate congruency
by

a) transformations


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b) comparing different
parts of the figures


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G/M25 identify and state corresponding
parts of congruent polygons




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G/M26 construct congruent angles
and congruent triangles using paper folding, mira,
and/or compass and straight edge




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G/M27 state the properties of
congruent polygons



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G/M28 identify and
draw, using simple figures,

a) reflections
(flips), rotations (turns), translations (slides)

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b) a combination
of translations, reflections, and rotations


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G/M29 determine lines of symmetry

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G/M30 locate the centre and angles
of a rotation, given a figure and its image


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The student should be able
to:

G/M31 classify geometric figures
according to the number of lines of symmetry


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G/M32 create symmetrical shapes
using reflection or rotation


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G/M33 continue or create patterns
using translations, reflections, and/or rotations


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G/M34 recognize tessellations
in the environment and tessellate a surface by using
one or more shapes

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G/M35 explain why some shapes
tessellate and identify and create shapes that tessellate

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G/M36 determine which properties
are preserved by translations, rotations, and reflections
(such as congruency, area, orientation)



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