(2018) World Pandemic Plan – Year 8

8C 8B 8A 8A+
  • Map completed with 10 points of interest.
  • Map completed with 15 points of interest
  • Map completed with 15 points of interest.
  • Map completed with 15 points of interest.
  • Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates for 10 points of interest.
  • Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates for 15 points of interest.
  • Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates for 15 points of interest.
  • Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates for 15 points of interest.
  • Bearing references (true or compass) to determine the direction of travel path.
  • Bearing references (true or compass) to determine the direction of travel path.
  • Bearing references (true or compass) to determine the direction of travel path.
  • Bearing references (true or compass) to determine the direction of travel path.
  • Calculate total distance of travel plan.
  • Calculate total distance of travel plan.
  • Calculate total distance of travel plan.
  • Calculate total distance of travel plan.
  • BOLTSS elements included in the map.
  • BOLTSS elements included in the map.
  • BOLTSS elements included in the map.
  • BOLTSS elements included in the map.
  • Identify possible congruent triangles on the map.
  • Identify possible congruent triangles on the map.
  • Identify possible congruent triangles on the map.
  • Identify possible congruent triangles on the map.
  • Reflection of learning from the task.
  • Identify possible congruent quadrilaterals on the map.
  • Identify possible congruent quadrilaterals on the map.
  • Identify possible congruent quadrilaterals on the map.
  • Evidence of Pythagoras’ Theorem used in 3 examples. (Could be point of interest to point of interest or diagram example)
  • Evidence of Pythagoras’ Theorem and Trigonometry used in 3 examples. (Could be point of interest to point of interest or diagram example)
  • Evidence of Trigonometry used in 3 examples. (Could be point of interest to point of interest or diagram example)
  • Evidence of 3 non-right angled distance calculations. (Could be point of interest to point of interest or diagram example)
  • Reflection of learning from the task.
  • Reflection of learning from the task.

Bearings Video

Previous Student Samples – Exemplars

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In this assessment task you are utilizing the knowledge gained from the angles unit to calculate the bearings within your travel plan around the world.

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