```Title
Location, Location, Location
Topic
Standard,
Benchmarks &amp; I
can statement
4
Representational Systems
Hawaii Standard(s) addressed: Standard 8: Geometry and Spatial Sense:
REPESENTATIONAL SYSTEMS: Select and use different representational
systems, including coordinate geometry.
Benchmark: MA. 4.8.1: MA.4.8.1 Use ordered pairs to plot points on a
coordinate grid
Common Core State Standard: 5.G.1 Use a pair of perpendicular number lines,
called axes, to define a coordinate system, with the intersection of the lines (the
origin) arranged to coincide with the 0 on each line and a given point in the plane
located by using an ordered pair of numbers, called its coordinates. Understand
that the first number indicates how far to travel from the origin in the direction of
one axis, and the second number indicates how far to travel in the direction of
the second axis, with the convention that the names of the two axes and the
coordinates correspond.
I can (Benchmark restated): I can use ordered pairs to plot points on a
coordinate grid.
Create a game using Hawai'i landmarks and the coordinate plane.
Outcome
Time
Recommended:
Materials
needed:
Vocabulary:
Hawaiian
vocabulary:
Differentiation
Options:
Other Options:
Tips:
1 class period for WebQuest
1 class period to complete the product
Materials- colored pencils or markers, 1 piece of construction paper, glue,
scissors
Printing – Coordinate Plane and Game Piece Template (teacher can have these
printed for students if they will be drawing the landmarks)
Skills – Prior to starting the WebQuest, students should be able to locate -5 to 5
on a number line.
Coordinate Plane
Papa Kuhikuhina
x-axis
Iho kuhikuhina X
y-axis
Iho kuhikuhina Y
Ordered Pair
Pa’a helu kuhikuhina
Origin
piko pakuhi
‘Āpana hapahā
Coordinate
Kuhikuhina
• Students can use only Quadrant I to plot the points
• Students can include the quadrant along with the ordered pair on the
game cards.
• Students can make a third card for each point that includes information
about the site. Student will then have to find all 3 cards to earn the set.
• Step 7, Battleship game, could be time consuming and challenging. Set a
time limit or have students play Billy Bug’s Grubs from the resources.
• Rather than gluing cards to construction paper, the cards could be printed
on cardstock if available.
Homework – game construction could be completed as homework.
Homework – reflection questions could be completed as homework.
• Keep the games in a games folder that students can play when they have
completed their class responsibilities for the day.
• Have the students play the game at home. The other player can sign off
on the game board.
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