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# Eileen Rogers FRAMING GRAPHIC: Defining a Learning Progression The Framing Graphic Organizer (Ellis, 1998) provides a good

structure for drafting and representing your learning progression. A frame graphic essentially contains the following structures. Use the table below to create a Frame of a typical learning progression in the topic area you are focusing on in the course. In the top box, indicate the topic area. Define three levels of performance. Replace the labels inside the cells of the Framing Graphic with labels that fit your topic area. Use language that most meaningfully defines a learning progression in your topic area.

Learning Progression in My Topic Area Is about.. 9.7.07 Analyze the results of a combination of transformations Novice: Defining CONCEPT(S) Understand components of a graph Practitioner: Defining CONCEPT(S) Rotate, translate, and reflect using manipulatives Independent/Expert: Defining CONCEPT(S) Combine multiple transformations and accurately complete translations, reflections, and rotations, in the designated order

Essential DETAILS Distinguish between the x and y axis Graphing points on the coordinate plane Determine the distance between two points on the x and y axis Vocabulary of the coordinate planequadrants I-IV, x axis, y axis, origin Identify coordinates

Essential DETAILS A transformation starts with an original and then the prime A translation is a slide either, vertically, horizontally, or both. When completing a translation first slide with the x and then with the y A reflection occurs over either the x axis, y axis, or both. The distance that the point is away from the axis, is where it

Essential DETAILS Prime A and double prime A after two transformations. A reflection over the x axis the y changes but the x stays the same. A reflection over the y axis the x changes but the y stays the same A slide to the right is positive, simply add to the x A slide to the left is negative, simply

Eileen Rogers The x axis is the horizontal line and the y axis is the vertical line Before graphing always start at the origin, then move right or left for the x, last move up or down for the y axis. Know that when graphing first plot the x on the x axis (horizontal line) and then the y on the y axis (vertical line) Clockwise, turned to the right Counterclockwise is turned to the left will be located on the other side (in the other quadrant). Use the rectangle manipulative labeled A, B, C, D in the vertex. Place the manipulative on its blank side and correctly label A, B, C, D to use in the lesson. Reflect the rectangle over axis and locate the new point. Rotate about the origin, means one point of the rectangle stays at the origin the whole time and the other 3 points are rotated 90 degrees is rotated over one quadrant 180 degrees is rotated over two quadrants 270 degrees is rotated over three quadrants subtract the x A slide up is positive, simply add to the y A slide down is negative, simply subtract from the y

So what? Why is it important to understand this learning progression?- in high school and in the real world In 8th grade, and further on into their math careers, students need to know the basics of a coordinate plane and how objects transform. If students want a job in the future in math or science, they will need to be able to correctly use the coordinate plane and build off of their knowledge.