|This is the starter map. Load this file onto student iPads as it is the correct aspect ratio. Students will see the map image in Choreo Graph and then create a subway map with this as the background. (Students can also use the subway map that they already designed from Lesson 1.)|
|One unit on the grid in Choreo Graph = ¼ mile = .25 mile|
Set of iPads with the Choreo Graph app, student sheets
1 class period
These lessons are designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or in groups. Each student should do all the work on their own sheets, and the iPad should be shared across group members as equally as possible.
We suggest that groups be no larger than four students. Four or more students in a group will require extra attention to make sure that every group member is contributing equally.
If necessary, have students label their iPads so they will be able to return to them for the next lessons.
1) Between which 2 stations on your map do passengers travel the furthest in the horizontal direction? What is that horizontal distance?
2) Between which 2 stations on your map do passengers travel the furthest in the vertical direction? What is that vertical distance?
3) Using the subways lines that you created on your map, the coordinates from your table, and coordinate notation, provide the series of translation steps the following trips:
4) Using the subway, and walking if necessary, use coordinate notation to describe how could a passenger get from Bird to the Museum?
|The map students use for this lesson should look something like this map. Choreo Graph provides the coordinates and line segments representing the subway lines.|
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