Skill Statements: The Skill Statement gives the reader direction on how an assessment item is written. The Skill Statement describes what information may be given and/or the format of that information. In addition, the Skill Statement describes how the student is expected to respond to the item.
 Goal 2 Geometry, Measurement, And Reasoning Expectation 2.1 The student will represent and analyze two- and three-dimensional figures using tools and technology when appropriate. Indicator 2.1.3 The student will use transformations to move figures, create designs, and/or demonstrate geometric properties. Assessment Limits: Transformations include reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations. Items should go beyond the identification of transformations. Essential properties and relationships include the following: congruence, similarity, and symmetry. The student's explanation of a transformation must include the following: translation – distance and direction reflection – line of reflection rotation – center of rotation, angle measure, direction (clockwise or counterclockwise) dilation – center and scale factor Paper folding and the use of MirasTM and mirrors are appropriate methods for performing transformations, and their use must be referenced.

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Given one or more transformations, the student sketches the result of the transformation(s) and/or explains the geometric effect of the transformation(s) on the figure.

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