Our goal for the second block was to reach an understanding of the 4 rules on the investigation from p 367 and keep that information in your in-class section. We also should have come away from class with the ability to perform translations and reflections in the coordinate plane using algebraic representation, a verbal explanation, and a visual interpretation (EX: Reflect N(-1,-3) across the x-axis to get N'. Graph N and notice that it is 3 below x-axis, so N' must be three above; graph it.)
Our other goal was to understand that sometimes a figure can undergo more than one transformation (#4 on warm-up), and SOMETIMES that composition of transformations can be written as one transformation (example on p 373).
A 4 pt grade was taken on HW #1 (the investigation at the top of p 367 is part of that 4 points). We went over all of this and improved the investigation to be usable notes (answering blanks in gold box).
HW #2: pp 370-371:1-3,5,7-8, p 365:17-19.
You need graph paper for p 370. A link to printable graph paper is below.
Also the in-class worksheet over translation/reflection is downloadable below.