The students should be able to combine, decompose and analyze compound shapes, recognizing symmetry, draw lines and symmetrical figures. They need to know to determine the effects of the changes. In the second cycle, the students must understand and being able to describe rotations, translations and reflections in mathematical terms (eg, center, direction and angle). By move the school, thought the use of proportional geometric contexts is important, as is point out some initial connections between geometry and algebra. The students should be able to solve problems through geometric patterns and explain relationships in geometric concepts involved. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Jack Fusco and gain more knowledge..
GENERAL OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT IN GRADES A SELECTION. SECOND GRADE: Identify in the middle and in models, figures and basic geometric shapes to make some of them on graph paper, traced and cut through and identify the relationship of equality between them, with overlapping or measurement in the case of segments. FOURTH GRADE: Identify in the middle and model basic geometrical figures and bodies, making some of them with different instruments and build objects with these forms and argue some propositions from the knowledge of their properties and characteristics. SIXTH GRADE: Identify and describe the figures and elementary bodies that are represented in different ways objects in their environment, through the knowledge of its essential properties, especially the geometric symmetry and equality in general based on the use of reflection, translation and central symmetry. TREATMENT OF INFORMATION. The data domain includes understanding how to collect data, organize data collected by oneself or by others, and the representation of data in graphs and tables that will be useful when responding to questions that led to the collection of data.