Position (Direction and Coordinates)

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 5
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 5:00 Concept Dictionary - 2D Space
- Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of Position concepts from Year 0 to Year 6
- 5:01 Directions
- Use map of South/west Pacific to fill in missing direction on compass rose. Use the abbreviations to show in which direction the ship or plane would go to get from given origins to given destinations. Give directions.
- 5:02 Plotting coordinates
- Using grids, use the coordinates to draw and name the two shapes. Plot the points and join in order. Complete the shape drawn making it symmetrical. Write the coordinates of the other points used. Draw your own shape and list its coordinates. Complete the labelling on grids. Write the coordinates that were used to draw the black line of the picture. Redraw the picture on the larger grid. How many times bigger is Picture 2 in regard to length and area?
- 5:02E Coordinates
- Extension page. Write the position of the 3D shapes using coordinates given as numbers only. Plot and join the points and write the name of the 3D object you have drawn. Name the polygon and its coordinates. Draw a hexagon on the grid and write its coordinates.
- 5:03 Turning and direction
- State the degree of turn and the direction - clockwise/ anticlockwise, to the left/ right. State results of given turns.
- 5:04 Coordinates and maps
- Name the country or city at the given coordinates. Find the best coordinates for finding the given countries or cities. Write the directions from given origins to given destinations.
- 5:04PT Progress test
- Test of Position
- 5:05 Locating positions
- Use coordinates to describe the position of each 2D shape. Name the shape found at each given coordinate. Find the theatre seats on the plan. Write the given points and join them. Street directory page - state the places at each coordinate. Place symbols at given coordinates.
- 5:06 Street directories
- Street directories - find streets and locations at given coordinates. Study routes and symbols.
- 5:06E Street directories
- Extension page. Street directories- state directions of roads and streets - 8 point compass. Write the coordinates for landmarks. Use the scale at the bottom of the map page to find the shortest approximate distance between given locations by car.
- 5:06PT Progress test
- Test of Position
- 5:07 Using scale on maps
- Write the distance represented by the line, using the given scale. Use the map or number line to find the distances to given towns.
- 5:08 Using the scale of a plan
- Complete the table using the plan.What is the area of the kitchen? Draw a plan of your bedroom. Write the actual sizes of rooms and bench based on the plan. Work out the real length and width of each object, by studying 3 scaled plans. Which plan is easiest to use?
- 5:08E Scale and plans
- Scale is used to convert real lengths to lengths on scale drawings and plans.
- 5:08PT Progress test
- Test of Position
- 5:AC New Maths Builder Texts
- Placeholder
- 5:ACC Year 5 Cover
- Placeholder
- 5:MG00C Contents: Year 5 Maths Builder text
- Contents
- 5:MG00D Answers: 5:MG01-5:MG15
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG01-5:MG15
- 5:MG00E Answers: 5:MG16-5:MG39C
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG16- 5:MG39C
- 5:MG00F Answers: 5:MG40-5:MG71
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG40-5:MG71
- 5:MG27 Directions
- Use map of South/west Pacific to fill in missing direction on compass rose. Use the abbreviations to show in which direction the ship or plane would go to get from given origins to given destinations. Give directions.
- 5:MG27C Compass points
- Learn about mid-way directions on the compass. Write abbreviations. Find objects at compass points. Visualise movement described in directions.
- 5:MG28 Position on maps
- Name the country or city at the given coordinates. Find the best coordinates for finding the given countries or cities. Write the directions from given origins to given destinations.
- 5:MG28C Plotting coordinates
- Using grids, use the coordinates to draw and name the two shapes. Plot the points and join in order. Complete the shape drawn making it symmetrical. Write the coordinates of the other points used. Draw your own shape and list its coordinates. Complete the labelling on grids. Write the coordinates that were used to draw the black line of the picture. Redraw the picture on the larger grid. How many times bigger is Picture 2 in regard to length and area?
- 5:MG29 Locating positions
- Use coordinates to describe the position of each 2D shape. Name the shape found at each given coordinate. Find the theatre seats on the plan. Write the given points and join them. Street directory page - state the places at each coordinate. Place symbols at given coordinates.
- 5:MG50 Describing routes
- Use coordinates to describe the position on a map. GPS car navigation systems show the location of the vehicle and the immediate area around it.
- 5:MG51 Street directories
- Street directories - find streets and locations at given coordinates. Study routes and symbols.
- 5:MG51C Street directories
- Extension page. Street directories- state directions of roads and streets - 8 point compass. Write the coordinates for landmarks. Use the scale at the bottom of the map page to find the shortest approximate distance between given locations by car.
- 5:MG66 Using scale on maps
- Write the distance represented by the line, using the given scale. Use the map or number line to find the distances to given towns.
- 5:MG67 Using the scale of a plan
- Complete the table using the plan.What is the area of the kitchen? Draw a plan of your bedroom. Write the actual sizes of rooms and bench based on the plan. Work out the real length and width of each object, by studying 3 scaled plans. Which plan is easiest to use?
- 5:MG67C Scale and plans
- Scale is used to convert real lengths to lengths on scale drawings and plans.