# Position and Orientation Units of Work

### Level 1 Position and orientation

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title GM1-3 use the language of direction to describe the route through a maze use the language of direction to guide a partner through a maze rotate their body and other objects through 1/4 and 1/2 turns follow a sequence of directions Amazing Mazes GM1-3GM1-4 describes the position of an object follow and give directions involving 1/2 and 1/4 turns follow and give a sequence of instructions related to movement and position follow a sequence of directions Scatter Cat describe where objects are using the language of position give and follow instructions using the language of position and direction Directing Me GM1-3GM1-1 show a quarter turn and a half turn in a number of situations see that to quarter turns equals on half turn recognise the ‘corner’ of a shape that is equivalent to a quarter turn Turns

### Level 2 Position and orientation

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title GM2-5 give and follow directions using, left , right, up, down, North, South, East and West draw and follow a path on a grid to show a route followed label and follow legends on a map Rescue describe the difference between movement and direction order a set of movement and direction instructions create a set of instructions Robots GM2-6 use a map to identify views from a location use compass directions to describe the direction of landmarks describe pathways between map locations Maps

### Level 3 Position and orientation

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title GM3-5 draw and interpret simple scale maps use maps or plans to propose actions understand the use of a compass to specify and find directions Location, Location find and describe the location of an object using co-ordinates follow and give directions involving turns (left and right), compass directions (N, S, E, W) follow and give instructions involving distances by interpreting simple scales Street Maps

### Level 4 Position and orientation

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title GM4-1GM4-7 identify the location of a point on a four-quadrant number plane using coordinates average the x and y values of a set of coordinates to locate the centroid of the points use scale or Pythagoras’ Theorem to find the distance between points on a number plane measure the bearing (angle clockwise) for on point to another using a protractor Irrigating the trees GM4-7 use Cartesian and polar co-ordinates to describe the position of an object find the location of an object using Cartesian or polar co-ordinates X Marks the Spot Draw a scale map of the classroom Find the location of an object using Cartesian coordinates or bearings Map it follow directions given in bearings invent their own maps using bearings use a protractor to produce maps Red October

### Level 5 Position and orientation

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title GM5-5GM5-6GM5-7 construct perpendicular bisectors of lines construct bisectors of angles use these skills to construct equilateral triangles and squares with a given side length, parallel lines, parallelograms and trapeziums, and regular polygons with a small number of sides use construction techniques, given defined parameters, to produce nets and to illustrate loci Ruler and compass constructions