Treasure Island/Angles Assessment Task (Year 7)

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7C 7B 7A 7A+
Map completed with 5 points of interest. Map completed with 10 points of interest. Map completed with 10 points of interest. Map completed with 10 points of interest.
Grid references for 5 points of interest. Map completed with 10 points of interest. Map completed with 10 points of interest. Map completed with 10 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.
BOLTS elements included in the map. BOLTS elements included in the map. BOLTS elements included in the map. BOLTS elements included in the map.
Reflection of learning from the task. 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.
Reflection of learning from the task. Evidence of Pythagoras’ Theorem 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)
  Reflection of learning from the task.

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