Daily Assignments
24 Fri - Exams / Chromebook return
23 Thu - Exams
22 Wed - 7th hour Exam
21 Tue - Semester Review
20 Mon - Semester Review
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17 Fri - Semester Review
16 Thu - Counting Principles and Probability Quiz
15 Wed - Review Counting Principles and Probability
14 Tue - We will review the results of the probability exercise.
- grade Counting Principles worksheet #2
- Probability worksheet #1 - due Wednesday
13 Mon - Students will use Experimental Probability to gain an understanding of beginning probability.
We are rolling dice and picking cards.
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10 Fri - We will begin a dive into Probability.
9 Thu - Students will be introduced to Permutations and Combinations necessary to solve more advanced counting problems.
- Counting Principles worksheet #2 due Tuesday
8 Wed - We will continue exploring Counting Principles.
7 Tue - We will begin a unit on Counting Principles. This is part of the Illinois Learning Standards and addresses probability.
- Counting Principles worksheet #1 due Friday
6 Mon - Students will practice area and volume by figuring the amount of paint for an in-ground pool and the
amount of water to fill it. Drawing a net and making a 3D model is encouraged.
- Pool Problem due Tuesday
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3 Fri - Ch. 13 Test - Volume
2 Thu - We will be using GeoGebra to plot in 3D. Student have the opportunity to ask about the chapter review.
1 Wed - Ch. 13 Review
30 Tue - Students will practice graphing in 3D. They will be plotting points on paper in a way which represents 3D.
13.5 Graphing in 3D - homework due Wednesday
29 Mon - We will relate the volumes of similar solids by comparing side ratio (scale factor) to area and volume ratios.
13.4 Comparing Similar Solids - homework due Wednesday
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26 Fri - Students will assess 3D models for their peers.
25 Thu - We will use some new (to the students) calculator functions to improve the efficiency of finding
the volume of spheres.
13.3 Volume of Spheres - homework due Monday
24 Wed - Students will determine the volume of Pyramids and Cones
13.2 Volume of Pyramids and Cones - homework due Monday
(2:30 dismissal)
23 Tue - Students will determine the volume of prisms and cylinders.
13.1 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders - homework due Thursday
22 Mon - 3D Models - Students will build and determine their surface area.
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19 Fri - No School
18 Thu - Ch. 12 Test - Surface Area
17 Wed - Ch. 12 Review - Surface Area
16 Tue - We will explore cones and spheres and determine the surface area of such.
12.5/12.6 Surface Area of Cones and Spheres - hmwk due Thursday
15 Mon - Students will break a pyramid into a net and use area formulas to find the total surface area. They will apply
the Pythagorean Theorem to find critical missing lengths.
12.4 Surface Area of Pyramids - worksheet due Wednesday
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12 Fri - Students will find the surface area of cylinders.
12.3 Surface Ara of Cylinders - worksheet due Tuesday
11 Thu - Students will work with simple solids called prisms. They will apply the content from Chapter 11 to find surface area.
12.2 Surface Area of Prisms - worksheet due Monday
10 Wed - Students will revisit drawing 3D figures.
12.1 Representations of 3D Figures - worksheet due Friday
9 Tue - SAT day
8 Mon - Students will work with 3D figures. This includes orthographic drawings and hex dot paper.
12.1 Representations of 3D Figures
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5 Fri - Ch. 11 Test
4 Thu - Ch. 11 Review and Practice
3 Wed - Students will find the area of a sector of a circle (piece of pie) as a fraction of the entire circle area.
- 11.5 Geometric Probability and Area of Sectors - hmwk due Tuesday
- collect 11.4 hmwk
2 Tue - Students will work to find the area of a star to be made of fabric. The star is to be one of 50 for a large garrison flag.
They are to determine the amount of white fabric needed for all the stars.
1 Mon - Students will work with a situation where a deck surrounds a square swimming pool. The deck is a regular dodecagon with
side lengths of 20 feet. The objective is to find the deck surface area.
April
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Spring Break
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________22 Fri - Students will continue work on composite figures.
21 Thu - Students will apply area formulas to figures composed of multiple shapes to find the total area.
- 11.4 Area of Composite Figures - hmwk due Monday (after break)
20 Wed - Students will reuse the methods learned in Ch. 6 to find the area of regular polygons. They will compare this formula
(as the number of sides increases) to the area of a circle.
- 11.3 Area of Regular Polygons and Circles - hmwk due Friday
- 2:30 dismissal for teacher meetings
19 Tue - Students will determine areas of triangles by deriving the formula from the parallelogram area formula. A similar approach
lead the students to find the formulas for the areas of a trapezoid and a rhombus.
- 11.2 Area of Triangles/Trapezoids/Rhombi - hmwk due Thursday
18 Mon - Students will apply the area formula for rectangles to parallelograms.
- 11.1 Area of Parallelograms - hmwk due Wednesday
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15 Fri - Ch. 10 Test - Circles
14 Thu - Ch. 10 Review - Circles
13 Wed - Freshmen attending Jamboree at Eureka College
12 Tue - Ch. 10 Review - Circles
11 Mon - Students will derive the equation for the graph of a circle.
- 10.8 Equation of a Circle - hmwk due Wednesday
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- 10.7 Special Segments in a Circle - hmwk due Tuesday
7 Thu - Students will work with angles inside a circle which are neither central nor inscribed angles
- 10.6 Secants, Tangents, and Angle Measures - hmwk due Monday
6 Wed - Students will work on problems to practice concepts from Chapter 10.
5 Tue - Students will learn properties of tangents as they relate to circles.
- 10.5 Tangents - hmwk due Friday
4 Mon - Students will learn how to determine arc measures or angle measures formed by inscribed angles.
- 10.4 Inscribed Angles - hmwk due Wednesday
March
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29 Fri - Students will work on problems for section 10.3 (due Monday).
28 Thu - Students will learn how to determine arc measures and chord lengths given some related values in circles.
- 10.3 Arcs and Chords - hmwk due Monday
27 Wed - work on writing assignment for "Billions in Change"
- finish 10.2 hmwk (Measuring Angles and Arcs)
26 Tue - video followup to "Billions in Change" <===== this is the link
- In no more than 2 pages, students will respond to their choice of prompts regarding engineering solutions. (Due Monday)
See Google Classroom for complete description. ( 1st- g9sf0n8 / 2nd- d4f1e0z / 4th- n9njre0 / 5th- spkmt6 / 6th- 2ew9f2f )
25 Mon - Students will use new vocabulary about circles: central angle, arc, minor arc, major arc, arc measure.
- 10.2 Measuring Angles and Arcs - hmwk due Thursday
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22 Fri - Students will learn usage of vocabulary about circles: circle, center, radius, diameter, chord, circumference, concentric circles.
- 10.1 Circles and Circumference - hmwk due Monday
21 Thu - Ch. 9 Test - Transformations
20 Wed - Ch. 9 Review - Transformations
- Ch. 9 Test Thursday
19 Tue - Watch "Billions in Change" on YouTube - take notes, be prepared to respond
18 Mon - no school - President's Day
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15 Fri - Students will review vectors and work on homework for section 9.6.
- 11:30 student dismissal for teacher institute
14 Thu - Students will use vectors to show directed movement. They will determine the direction and magnitude of a vector.
- 9.6 Vectors - hmwk due Monday
13 Wed - Students will practice reflections, translations, rotations, and dilations with GeoGebra.
12 Tue - Students will use a ruler to dilate figures. This process will make an image smaller or larger than the original (pre-image).
- Also, the image may appear on the opposite side of the center of dilation. If time allows we will use GeoGebra to dilate.
- 9.5 Dilations - hmwk due Thursday
11 Mon - Last week, students were shown how to reflect and translate on paper and in GeoGebra (dynamic graphing software).
- Today we look at rotations with a compass and protractor. If time allows we will use GeoGebra to rotate a figure.
- 9.3 Rotations - hmwk due Wednesday
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8 Fri - Students will translate figures in GeoGebra. This is based on section 9.2 Translations.
7 Thu -Students will reflect figures in GeoGebra. This is based on section 9.1 Reflections.
6 Wed - Ch. 8 Test
5 Tue - Ch. 8 Test - practice run - Right Triangles and Trigonometry (with partners)
4 Mon - Ch. 8 Review
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1 Fri - Ch. 8 Review
February
31 Thu - Ch. 8 Review - Students will create a test question ===> LINK to RUBRIC and GUIDELINES
- Complete the assignment on Google Classroom. You will be creating a problem suitable for the Ch. 8 test. Your problem will have a picture and describe a situation where the solver has to find a missing value of a triangle to answer the question you present. That is page one of your Google Doc. On page two of your document you will explain and solve the problem (showing work and illustrations involved). The task should take under 25 minutes to complete.
30 Wed - work on 8.7 homework...post your answers to the Classroom assignment with these codes:
1st hr - g9sf0n8 2nd hr - d4f1e0z 4th hr - n9njre0
5th hr - spkmt6 6th hr - 2ew9f2f
29 Tue - Students will learn the Law of Cosines and how it can determine a missing side length or missing angle
measure under certain triangle conditions.
- 8.7 Law of Cosines
- 8.7 hmwk due Thursday
28 Mon - Students will be using the Law of Sines to solve triangles.
- 8.6 hmwk due Tuesday
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- 8.6 Law of Sines
- 8.6 hmwk due Tuesday
24 Thu - Students will continue problems about angles of elevation and depression. They will practice solving
right triangles.
23 Wed - Students will apply trigonometry to real-world situations based on line-of-sight problems.
- 8.5 Angles of Elevation and Depression
- 8.5 hwmk due Friday
22 Tue - Students will learn about trigonometric ratios such as sine, cosine, and tangent as they apply to right
triangles. The objective is to gain an understanding of how each ratio is a fraction comparing certain side
lengths. They will use those ratios (fractions) and an acute angle measure to find a missing part of the
right triangle.
- 8.4 hmwk due Thursday
21 Mon - no school
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18 Fri - Students will learn about trigonometric ratios such as sine, cosine, and tangent. The objective is to gain
an understanding of how each ratio is a fraction comparing certain side lengths.
- 8.4 Trigonometric Ratios
- 8.4 hmwk due Thursday
17 Thu - Students will get a brief intro to trigonometric ratios. Following that preview we will show more techniques for
finding the missing side lengths in special right triangles where only one side is known.
- note: the 2nd round of practice problems are due Tuesday
16 Wed - Students will get additional practice with special right triangles.
- 8.3 worksheets due Tuesday
15 Tue - Students will learn tips and tricks to find the missing sides of special right triangles.
14 Mon - Students will use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing sides of 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles.
- 8.3 Special Right Triangles
- 8.3 problem packet due Thursday
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11 Fri - Students will use the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse to solve problems involving right triangles.
- 8.2 Pythagorean Theorem
- 8.2 hmwk due Tuesday
10 Thu - Students will review simplifying square roots and practice the process.
- practice worksheet - Simplifying Radicals
9 Wed - Students will use the concept of geometric mean to determine the height of an object higher than what would
be practical to measure with a tape measure.
- A Triangle with Altitude project due Friday evening (work in groups of 2 or 3)
8 Tue - Students will review expectations and get a semester overview. Today they will use the altitude of a right
triangle to create three similar right triangles and write proportions to find unknown lengths.
- 8.1 Geometric Mean
- 8.1 hmwk due Thursday (4 questions)
7 Mon - Teacher Institute
January
21 Fri - Semester Exams
20 Thu - Semester Exams
19 Wed - Semester Review
18 Tue - Ch. 7 Test - Proportions and Similarity
17 Mon - Ch. 7 Review
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14 Fri - Students will apply proportions to similar triangles to find missing parts.
- 7.5 Parts of Similar Triangles
- 7.5 hmwk due Monday
13 Thu - Students will learn how parallel lines divide segments into proportional parts.
- 7.4 Parallel Lines and Proportional Parts
- 7.4 hmwk due Monday
12 Wed - Students will solve more problems with proportions. In this case they will be working with polygons.
- 7.2/7.3 Similar Polygons
- 7.2/7.3 hmwk due Friday
11 Tue - Students will relate corresponding parts of similar figures to solve problems with proportions.
- 7.1 Proportions
- 7.1 hmwk due Thursday
10 Mon - Ch. 6 Test - Quadrilaterals
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7 Fri - Ch. 6 Review
6 Thu - Ch. 6 Review
- finish quadrilateral discussion (work on trapezoids)
- finish 6.5 hmwk in class
5 Wed - Students will discuss the properties of trapezoids and kites. Following that, they will use various tools to construct a rhombus, a trapezoid, and a kite.
- Play this quiz ----> https://join.quizizz.com Game Code: 508437
- 6.6 Trapezoid and Kite
- 6.6 hmwk due end of class on Thursday
4 Tue - Students will work with characteristics of a rhombus and a square
- work on 6.5 Rhombus and Square
- 6.5 hmwk due Thursday
3 Mon - Students will learn the similarities and differences and applications of rectangles, rhombi, and squares.
- 6.4 and 6.5 Rectangle, Rhombus, and Square
- 6.4 hmwk due Wednesday
December
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________30 Fri - Finish sections 6.2 and 6.3
29 Thu - Students will use the 5 properties of parallelograms to determine if a given quadrilateral is one.
- continue 6.2 and 6.3
28 Wed - Students will learn the 5 properties of parallelograms.
- 6.2 and 6.3 Parallelograms
- 6.2/6.3 hmwk due Monday
- work on 6.1 hmwk
27 Tue - Students will learn three ways to determine the angle sum for a convex polygon.
- 6.1 Angles of Polygons
- 6.1 hmwk due Thursday
- return Ch. 5 Quest
26 Mon - Snow Day
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23 Fri - no school
22 Thu - no school - Happy Thanksgiving!
21 Wed - no school
20 Tue - Ch. 5 Quest - Indirect Reasoning and Triangle Inequalities
19 Mon - Ch. 5 Review
- Ch. 5 Quest will be Tuesday
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- 5.5 Inequalities in Two Triangles
- hmwk due Monday
- collect 5.3 hmwk
15 Thu - We will show how side lengths of triangles must meet certain restrictions.
- 5.4 The Triangle Inequality
- hmwk due Monday
14 Wed - Students will practice indirect proofs. If time allows we will continue to explore GeoGebra.org.
- collect 5.2 hmwk
13 Tue - Students will use contradictions to prove geometric properties.
- 5.3 Indirect Proof
- hmwk due Friday
12 Mon - Students will compare interior and exterior angle measures for triangles.
- collect 5.1 hmwk
- 5.2 Inequalities and Triangles
- hmwk due Wednesday
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9 Fri - Students will practice constructions with GeoGebra.
- Form the angle bisector for each angle of a triangle and draw an inscribed circle.
8 Thu - Students will apply properties of angle bisectors and medians and perpendicular bisectors.
- 5.1 Bisectors, Medians, Altitudes
- 5.1 hmwk due Monday
7 Wed - Students will use their knowledge of special segments(altitudes, medians, angle bisectors) in triangles to draw conclusions.
- 5.1 Bisectors, Medians, Altitudes - construction practice (no homework)
6 Tue - Students will use a compass and straightedge to construct triangle centers. (no homework)
5 Mon - Students will practice proofs. Some will involve congruent triangles! (no homework)
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2 Fri - Ch. 4 Test - Congruent Triangles
November
1 Thu - Ch. 4 Review
31 Wed - Students will use the distance and midpoint formulas to prove specific properties of triangles.
- 4.7 Triangles and Coordinate Proof
30 Tue - Students will learn about the specific vocabulary inherent to isosceles triangles and prove properties regarding their base angles and altitude.
- 4.6 Isosceles Triangles
- 4.6 hmwk due Thu (skip #14 - name of worksheet is 4.4/4.5 practice)
29 Mon - Students will determine the pairs of congruent parts necessary to show two triangles congruent.
- 4.4/4.5 Proving Triangles Congruent with SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS
- Proof practice problems due Wed
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26 Fri - Students will review 4 methods of proving two triangles congruent...SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS
- 4.4/4.5 Proving Triangles Congruent
25 Thu -Students will prove triangles congruent using SSS and SAS
- 4.3 Congruent Triangles
- 4.3 hmwk due Mon
24 Wed - 4.2 continued
23 Tue - The objective is to prove the triangle sum theorem.
- 4.2 Angles of Triangles
- 4.2 hmwk due Fri
22 Mon - Students will understand the characteristics of congruent triangles.
- 4.1 Congruent Triangles
- 4.1 hmwk due Wed
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18 Thu - Ch. 3 Review (if necessary)
17 Wed - Ch. 3 Review
16 Tue - Students will find the distance between two parallel lines.
- 3.6 Perpendiculars and distance
- one practice problem Tuesday and one Wednesday
15 Mon - Students will show lines are parallel given some congruent angles formed by a transversal of two lines.
- 3.5 finish examples, hmwk due Tue
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12 Fri - Students will show lines are parallel given some congruent angles formed by a transversal of two lines.
- 3.5 Proving Lines Parallel
- 3.5 hmwk due Tue
11 Thu - Students will practice finding slope of inclines on the premises. They will use string, a tape measure, and a line level.
- practice of slope and writing equations of lines
- Slope Activity - due Mon (NOT FOR 5TH HOUR)
- share w/ bill.glass@district140.org
- should have 3 measurements, last names, hours, date
10 Wed - Students will practice writing equations of lines. They will also use rate of change to write equations for real-life situations.
- 3.4 Equations of Lines
- 3.3 and 3.4 hmwk due Thu (only do problem numbers listed in parentheses at top of each section.)
09 Tue - Students will use slope to predict future values.
- 3.3 Slopes of Lines
- 3.3 and 3.4 hmwk due Thu
08 Mon - no student attendance
- Columbus Day
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05 Fri - no student attendance
- Parent/Teacher conferences 8:00-12:00
04 Thu - ALICE Drill
- 11:30 Dismissal
- Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 8:00
03 Wed - finish 3.2
- 3.2 hmwk due Tuesday
02 Tue - When a transversal crosses parallel lines the special angle pairs take on special properties. Students will learn those properties and prove additional outcomes about parallel lines being intersected by a transversal and the angle pairs created.
- 3.2 Angles and Parallel Lines
- 3.2 hmwk dueTuesday
01 Mon - Students will learn the meaning of a transversal as it relates to a pair of lines. They will then learn about special angle pairs that exist as a result of the transversal.
- 3.1 Parallel Lines and Transversals
- 3.1 hmwk due Tuesday
October
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28 Fri - Students will learn about special angle pairs formed when two lines are cut by a 3rd (transversal).
- 3.1 classwork
- Create Your Own Geometry project due today
27 Thu - Ch. 2 Test
26 Wed - Students will review for Ch. 2 Test (Reasoning and Proof)
- Ch. 2 Study Guide
- 2:30 dismissal
25 Tue - Students will practice proofs involving angle relationships.
- work on 2.8 hmwk
- work on Create Your Own Geometry project
24 Mon - Students will provide supporting statements to prove angle relationships.
- 2.8 Proving Angles Congruent
- 2.8 hmwk due Wednesday (there will be some time in class Tuesday)
- 2:30 Class Games
- Ch. Test Thursday 9/26
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21 Fri - Students will practice proofs about segments and work on the Create Geometry project.
- Create Your Own Geometry project due Fri 9/28
20 Thu - Students will provide supporting statements to prove segments congruent.
- 2.7 Proving Segments Congruent
- 2.7 hmwk due Monday
19 Wed - Students will practice providing supporting statements for the steps in solving equations.
- 2.6 Algebraic Proofs
- 2.6 hmwk due Friday
18 Tue - Students will show segments are congruent and refocus on the definitions of midpoint and congruent segments.
- finish 2.5 (hmwk due Thursday)
- work on 2.5 hmwk and Create Your Own Geometry
17 Mon - Students will write a logical argument with supporting reasons to validate a mathematical assertion.
- 2.5 Postulates and Paragraph Proofs
- 2.5 hmwk due Wednesday
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- 2.4 Finish notes
- 2.4 hmwk due Monday
- Create Your Own Geometry due Wednesday 09/26
13 Thu - Students will apply the Law of Syllogism and the Law of Detachment, if applicable, to arrive at a conclusion.
- 2.4 Deductive Reasoning
- watch one of the YouTube videos for section 2.4
- 2.4 hmwk due Monday
12 Wed - Students will use conditional statements to form a story. There are branching statements which lead to a conclusion other than what is desired.
- 2.3 Conditional Statements
- watch the YouTube video for section 2.3
- 2.3 hmwk due Thursday
11 Tue - The objective is to complete truth tables and apply logic to a set of statements and evaluate statements as true/false.
- 2.2 Logic (part 2 of 2)
- 2.2 hmwk due Wednesday
10 Mon - Students will understand grading process for Geometry tests. They will learn about Venn diagrams and statements as they are used in logical arguments.
- 2.2 Logic (part 1 of a 2-day lesson)
- 2.2 hmwk due Wednesday
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7 Fri - Students will learn about conjectures and counterexamples. We will discuss educated guesses and inductive reasoning.
- 2.1 Inductive Reasoning and Conjecture
- 2.1 hmwk due Tue
6 Thu - Test
- Chapter 1 - Tools of Geometry
5 Wed - Chapter 1 Review
- Ch. 1 Test Thursday
4 Tue - Constructions
- grade 1.6 homework
- practice constructions with compass and straightedge
3 Mon - Labor Day - No School
September
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31 Fri - At the end of the day students will know how to do the first basic constructions with compass and straightedge: copy segment, copy angle, perpendicular bisector, angle bisector
30 Thu - Students will determine area and perimeter of plane figures such as circles, rectangles, and triangles.
- 1.6 Two-Dimensional Figures
- 1.6 hmwk due Tuesday
29 Wed - Students will learn and apply knowledge of special angle pairs: linear, vertical, supplementary, complementary, adjacent, straight. This will build upon the angle concepts introduced in section 1.4.
- This is a 2:30 dismissal day...check the schedule.
- 1.5 Angle Relationships
- 1.5 hmwk due Thursday
28 Tue - Students will be able to name and classify angles as well as using proper notation. They will be introduced to the Angle Addition Postulate.
- 1.4 Angle Measure notes
27 Mon - At the end of the day you will be able to find the distance between two points and find the midpoint between them.
- 1.3 Distance and Midpoints
- 1.3 hmwk due Tuesday
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24 Fri - Students will complete a group activity to practice measurement precision, draw plane figures and sum consecutive integers.
23 Thu - At the end of the day you will understand how precise a measurement is when given to you. In addition, you will give measurements of a particular precision. The Segment Addition Postulate is introduced.
- 1.2 Linear Measure and Precision lesson
- 1.2 hmwk due today
22 Wed - Student Growth - pretest
21 Tue - Student Growth - pretest
20 Mon - At the end of the day you will know how to navigate the GlassGeometry Website and find a pattern in counting.
- 1.1 continued - 1.1 hmwk due today
- counting problem with points and lines
- introduction to GlassGeometry Weebly website
- FlipGrid
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17 Fri - At the end of the day you will know how to solve simple logic puzzles and you will learn the terminology and notation for the building blocks of plane geometry.
- 1.1 Points, Lines and Planes
- undefined terms of Geometry
- introductory nonograms
- 1.1 homework assignment (due Monday)
August
23 Thu - Exams
22 Wed - 7th hour Exam
21 Tue - Semester Review
20 Mon - Semester Review
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17 Fri - Semester Review
16 Thu - Counting Principles and Probability Quiz
15 Wed - Review Counting Principles and Probability
14 Tue - We will review the results of the probability exercise.
- grade Counting Principles worksheet #2
- Probability worksheet #1 - due Wednesday
13 Mon - Students will use Experimental Probability to gain an understanding of beginning probability.
We are rolling dice and picking cards.
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10 Fri - We will begin a dive into Probability.
9 Thu - Students will be introduced to Permutations and Combinations necessary to solve more advanced counting problems.
- Counting Principles worksheet #2 due Tuesday
8 Wed - We will continue exploring Counting Principles.
7 Tue - We will begin a unit on Counting Principles. This is part of the Illinois Learning Standards and addresses probability.
- Counting Principles worksheet #1 due Friday
6 Mon - Students will practice area and volume by figuring the amount of paint for an in-ground pool and the
amount of water to fill it. Drawing a net and making a 3D model is encouraged.
- Pool Problem due Tuesday
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3 Fri - Ch. 13 Test - Volume
2 Thu - We will be using GeoGebra to plot in 3D. Student have the opportunity to ask about the chapter review.
1 Wed - Ch. 13 Review
30 Tue - Students will practice graphing in 3D. They will be plotting points on paper in a way which represents 3D.
13.5 Graphing in 3D - homework due Wednesday
29 Mon - We will relate the volumes of similar solids by comparing side ratio (scale factor) to area and volume ratios.
13.4 Comparing Similar Solids - homework due Wednesday
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26 Fri - Students will assess 3D models for their peers.
25 Thu - We will use some new (to the students) calculator functions to improve the efficiency of finding
the volume of spheres.
13.3 Volume of Spheres - homework due Monday
24 Wed - Students will determine the volume of Pyramids and Cones
13.2 Volume of Pyramids and Cones - homework due Monday
(2:30 dismissal)
23 Tue - Students will determine the volume of prisms and cylinders.
13.1 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders - homework due Thursday
22 Mon - 3D Models - Students will build and determine their surface area.
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19 Fri - No School
18 Thu - Ch. 12 Test - Surface Area
17 Wed - Ch. 12 Review - Surface Area
16 Tue - We will explore cones and spheres and determine the surface area of such.
12.5/12.6 Surface Area of Cones and Spheres - hmwk due Thursday
15 Mon - Students will break a pyramid into a net and use area formulas to find the total surface area. They will apply
the Pythagorean Theorem to find critical missing lengths.
12.4 Surface Area of Pyramids - worksheet due Wednesday
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12 Fri - Students will find the surface area of cylinders.
12.3 Surface Ara of Cylinders - worksheet due Tuesday
11 Thu - Students will work with simple solids called prisms. They will apply the content from Chapter 11 to find surface area.
12.2 Surface Area of Prisms - worksheet due Monday
10 Wed - Students will revisit drawing 3D figures.
12.1 Representations of 3D Figures - worksheet due Friday
9 Tue - SAT day
8 Mon - Students will work with 3D figures. This includes orthographic drawings and hex dot paper.
12.1 Representations of 3D Figures
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5 Fri - Ch. 11 Test
4 Thu - Ch. 11 Review and Practice
3 Wed - Students will find the area of a sector of a circle (piece of pie) as a fraction of the entire circle area.
- 11.5 Geometric Probability and Area of Sectors - hmwk due Tuesday
- collect 11.4 hmwk
2 Tue - Students will work to find the area of a star to be made of fabric. The star is to be one of 50 for a large garrison flag.
They are to determine the amount of white fabric needed for all the stars.
1 Mon - Students will work with a situation where a deck surrounds a square swimming pool. The deck is a regular dodecagon with
side lengths of 20 feet. The objective is to find the deck surface area.
April
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Spring Break
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________22 Fri - Students will continue work on composite figures.
21 Thu - Students will apply area formulas to figures composed of multiple shapes to find the total area.
- 11.4 Area of Composite Figures - hmwk due Monday (after break)
20 Wed - Students will reuse the methods learned in Ch. 6 to find the area of regular polygons. They will compare this formula
(as the number of sides increases) to the area of a circle.
- 11.3 Area of Regular Polygons and Circles - hmwk due Friday
- 2:30 dismissal for teacher meetings
19 Tue - Students will determine areas of triangles by deriving the formula from the parallelogram area formula. A similar approach
lead the students to find the formulas for the areas of a trapezoid and a rhombus.
- 11.2 Area of Triangles/Trapezoids/Rhombi - hmwk due Thursday
18 Mon - Students will apply the area formula for rectangles to parallelograms.
- 11.1 Area of Parallelograms - hmwk due Wednesday
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15 Fri - Ch. 10 Test - Circles
14 Thu - Ch. 10 Review - Circles
13 Wed - Freshmen attending Jamboree at Eureka College
12 Tue - Ch. 10 Review - Circles
11 Mon - Students will derive the equation for the graph of a circle.
- 10.8 Equation of a Circle - hmwk due Wednesday
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- 10.7 Special Segments in a Circle - hmwk due Tuesday
7 Thu - Students will work with angles inside a circle which are neither central nor inscribed angles
- 10.6 Secants, Tangents, and Angle Measures - hmwk due Monday
6 Wed - Students will work on problems to practice concepts from Chapter 10.
5 Tue - Students will learn properties of tangents as they relate to circles.
- 10.5 Tangents - hmwk due Friday
4 Mon - Students will learn how to determine arc measures or angle measures formed by inscribed angles.
- 10.4 Inscribed Angles - hmwk due Wednesday
March
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29 Fri - Students will work on problems for section 10.3 (due Monday).
28 Thu - Students will learn how to determine arc measures and chord lengths given some related values in circles.
- 10.3 Arcs and Chords - hmwk due Monday
27 Wed - work on writing assignment for "Billions in Change"
- finish 10.2 hmwk (Measuring Angles and Arcs)
26 Tue - video followup to "Billions in Change" <===== this is the link
- In no more than 2 pages, students will respond to their choice of prompts regarding engineering solutions. (Due Monday)
See Google Classroom for complete description. ( 1st- g9sf0n8 / 2nd- d4f1e0z / 4th- n9njre0 / 5th- spkmt6 / 6th- 2ew9f2f )
25 Mon - Students will use new vocabulary about circles: central angle, arc, minor arc, major arc, arc measure.
- 10.2 Measuring Angles and Arcs - hmwk due Thursday
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22 Fri - Students will learn usage of vocabulary about circles: circle, center, radius, diameter, chord, circumference, concentric circles.
- 10.1 Circles and Circumference - hmwk due Monday
21 Thu - Ch. 9 Test - Transformations
20 Wed - Ch. 9 Review - Transformations
- Ch. 9 Test Thursday
19 Tue - Watch "Billions in Change" on YouTube - take notes, be prepared to respond
18 Mon - no school - President's Day
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15 Fri - Students will review vectors and work on homework for section 9.6.
- 11:30 student dismissal for teacher institute
14 Thu - Students will use vectors to show directed movement. They will determine the direction and magnitude of a vector.
- 9.6 Vectors - hmwk due Monday
13 Wed - Students will practice reflections, translations, rotations, and dilations with GeoGebra.
12 Tue - Students will use a ruler to dilate figures. This process will make an image smaller or larger than the original (pre-image).
- Also, the image may appear on the opposite side of the center of dilation. If time allows we will use GeoGebra to dilate.
- 9.5 Dilations - hmwk due Thursday
11 Mon - Last week, students were shown how to reflect and translate on paper and in GeoGebra (dynamic graphing software).
- Today we look at rotations with a compass and protractor. If time allows we will use GeoGebra to rotate a figure.
- 9.3 Rotations - hmwk due Wednesday
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8 Fri - Students will translate figures in GeoGebra. This is based on section 9.2 Translations.
7 Thu -Students will reflect figures in GeoGebra. This is based on section 9.1 Reflections.
6 Wed - Ch. 8 Test
5 Tue - Ch. 8 Test - practice run - Right Triangles and Trigonometry (with partners)
4 Mon - Ch. 8 Review
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1 Fri - Ch. 8 Review
February
31 Thu - Ch. 8 Review - Students will create a test question ===> LINK to RUBRIC and GUIDELINES
- Complete the assignment on Google Classroom. You will be creating a problem suitable for the Ch. 8 test. Your problem will have a picture and describe a situation where the solver has to find a missing value of a triangle to answer the question you present. That is page one of your Google Doc. On page two of your document you will explain and solve the problem (showing work and illustrations involved). The task should take under 25 minutes to complete.
30 Wed - work on 8.7 homework...post your answers to the Classroom assignment with these codes:
1st hr - g9sf0n8 2nd hr - d4f1e0z 4th hr - n9njre0
5th hr - spkmt6 6th hr - 2ew9f2f
29 Tue - Students will learn the Law of Cosines and how it can determine a missing side length or missing angle
measure under certain triangle conditions.
- 8.7 Law of Cosines
- 8.7 hmwk due Thursday
28 Mon - Students will be using the Law of Sines to solve triangles.
- 8.6 hmwk due Tuesday
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- 8.6 Law of Sines
- 8.6 hmwk due Tuesday
24 Thu - Students will continue problems about angles of elevation and depression. They will practice solving
right triangles.
23 Wed - Students will apply trigonometry to real-world situations based on line-of-sight problems.
- 8.5 Angles of Elevation and Depression
- 8.5 hwmk due Friday
22 Tue - Students will learn about trigonometric ratios such as sine, cosine, and tangent as they apply to right
triangles. The objective is to gain an understanding of how each ratio is a fraction comparing certain side
lengths. They will use those ratios (fractions) and an acute angle measure to find a missing part of the
right triangle.
- 8.4 hmwk due Thursday
21 Mon - no school
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18 Fri - Students will learn about trigonometric ratios such as sine, cosine, and tangent. The objective is to gain
an understanding of how each ratio is a fraction comparing certain side lengths.
- 8.4 Trigonometric Ratios
- 8.4 hmwk due Thursday
17 Thu - Students will get a brief intro to trigonometric ratios. Following that preview we will show more techniques for
finding the missing side lengths in special right triangles where only one side is known.
- note: the 2nd round of practice problems are due Tuesday
16 Wed - Students will get additional practice with special right triangles.
- 8.3 worksheets due Tuesday
15 Tue - Students will learn tips and tricks to find the missing sides of special right triangles.
14 Mon - Students will use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing sides of 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles.
- 8.3 Special Right Triangles
- 8.3 problem packet due Thursday
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11 Fri - Students will use the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse to solve problems involving right triangles.
- 8.2 Pythagorean Theorem
- 8.2 hmwk due Tuesday
10 Thu - Students will review simplifying square roots and practice the process.
- practice worksheet - Simplifying Radicals
9 Wed - Students will use the concept of geometric mean to determine the height of an object higher than what would
be practical to measure with a tape measure.
- A Triangle with Altitude project due Friday evening (work in groups of 2 or 3)
8 Tue - Students will review expectations and get a semester overview. Today they will use the altitude of a right
triangle to create three similar right triangles and write proportions to find unknown lengths.
- 8.1 Geometric Mean
- 8.1 hmwk due Thursday (4 questions)
7 Mon - Teacher Institute
January
21 Fri - Semester Exams
20 Thu - Semester Exams
19 Wed - Semester Review
18 Tue - Ch. 7 Test - Proportions and Similarity
17 Mon - Ch. 7 Review
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14 Fri - Students will apply proportions to similar triangles to find missing parts.
- 7.5 Parts of Similar Triangles
- 7.5 hmwk due Monday
13 Thu - Students will learn how parallel lines divide segments into proportional parts.
- 7.4 Parallel Lines and Proportional Parts
- 7.4 hmwk due Monday
12 Wed - Students will solve more problems with proportions. In this case they will be working with polygons.
- 7.2/7.3 Similar Polygons
- 7.2/7.3 hmwk due Friday
11 Tue - Students will relate corresponding parts of similar figures to solve problems with proportions.
- 7.1 Proportions
- 7.1 hmwk due Thursday
10 Mon - Ch. 6 Test - Quadrilaterals
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7 Fri - Ch. 6 Review
6 Thu - Ch. 6 Review
- finish quadrilateral discussion (work on trapezoids)
- finish 6.5 hmwk in class
5 Wed - Students will discuss the properties of trapezoids and kites. Following that, they will use various tools to construct a rhombus, a trapezoid, and a kite.
- Play this quiz ----> https://join.quizizz.com Game Code: 508437
- 6.6 Trapezoid and Kite
- 6.6 hmwk due end of class on Thursday
4 Tue - Students will work with characteristics of a rhombus and a square
- work on 6.5 Rhombus and Square
- 6.5 hmwk due Thursday
3 Mon - Students will learn the similarities and differences and applications of rectangles, rhombi, and squares.
- 6.4 and 6.5 Rectangle, Rhombus, and Square
- 6.4 hmwk due Wednesday
December
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29 Thu - Students will use the 5 properties of parallelograms to determine if a given quadrilateral is one.
- continue 6.2 and 6.3
28 Wed - Students will learn the 5 properties of parallelograms.
- 6.2 and 6.3 Parallelograms
- 6.2/6.3 hmwk due Monday
- work on 6.1 hmwk
27 Tue - Students will learn three ways to determine the angle sum for a convex polygon.
- 6.1 Angles of Polygons
- 6.1 hmwk due Thursday
- return Ch. 5 Quest
26 Mon - Snow Day
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23 Fri - no school
22 Thu - no school - Happy Thanksgiving!
21 Wed - no school
20 Tue - Ch. 5 Quest - Indirect Reasoning and Triangle Inequalities
19 Mon - Ch. 5 Review
- Ch. 5 Quest will be Tuesday
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- 5.5 Inequalities in Two Triangles
- hmwk due Monday
- collect 5.3 hmwk
15 Thu - We will show how side lengths of triangles must meet certain restrictions.
- 5.4 The Triangle Inequality
- hmwk due Monday
14 Wed - Students will practice indirect proofs. If time allows we will continue to explore GeoGebra.org.
- collect 5.2 hmwk
13 Tue - Students will use contradictions to prove geometric properties.
- 5.3 Indirect Proof
- hmwk due Friday
12 Mon - Students will compare interior and exterior angle measures for triangles.
- collect 5.1 hmwk
- 5.2 Inequalities and Triangles
- hmwk due Wednesday
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9 Fri - Students will practice constructions with GeoGebra.
- Form the angle bisector for each angle of a triangle and draw an inscribed circle.
8 Thu - Students will apply properties of angle bisectors and medians and perpendicular bisectors.
- 5.1 Bisectors, Medians, Altitudes
- 5.1 hmwk due Monday
7 Wed - Students will use their knowledge of special segments(altitudes, medians, angle bisectors) in triangles to draw conclusions.
- 5.1 Bisectors, Medians, Altitudes - construction practice (no homework)
6 Tue - Students will use a compass and straightedge to construct triangle centers. (no homework)
5 Mon - Students will practice proofs. Some will involve congruent triangles! (no homework)
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2 Fri - Ch. 4 Test - Congruent Triangles
November
1 Thu - Ch. 4 Review
31 Wed - Students will use the distance and midpoint formulas to prove specific properties of triangles.
- 4.7 Triangles and Coordinate Proof
30 Tue - Students will learn about the specific vocabulary inherent to isosceles triangles and prove properties regarding their base angles and altitude.
- 4.6 Isosceles Triangles
- 4.6 hmwk due Thu (skip #14 - name of worksheet is 4.4/4.5 practice)
29 Mon - Students will determine the pairs of congruent parts necessary to show two triangles congruent.
- 4.4/4.5 Proving Triangles Congruent with SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS
- Proof practice problems due Wed
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26 Fri - Students will review 4 methods of proving two triangles congruent...SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS
- 4.4/4.5 Proving Triangles Congruent
25 Thu -Students will prove triangles congruent using SSS and SAS
- 4.3 Congruent Triangles
- 4.3 hmwk due Mon
24 Wed - 4.2 continued
23 Tue - The objective is to prove the triangle sum theorem.
- 4.2 Angles of Triangles
- 4.2 hmwk due Fri
22 Mon - Students will understand the characteristics of congruent triangles.
- 4.1 Congruent Triangles
- 4.1 hmwk due Wed
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18 Thu - Ch. 3 Review (if necessary)
17 Wed - Ch. 3 Review
16 Tue - Students will find the distance between two parallel lines.
- 3.6 Perpendiculars and distance
- one practice problem Tuesday and one Wednesday
15 Mon - Students will show lines are parallel given some congruent angles formed by a transversal of two lines.
- 3.5 finish examples, hmwk due Tue
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12 Fri - Students will show lines are parallel given some congruent angles formed by a transversal of two lines.
- 3.5 Proving Lines Parallel
- 3.5 hmwk due Tue
11 Thu - Students will practice finding slope of inclines on the premises. They will use string, a tape measure, and a line level.
- practice of slope and writing equations of lines
- Slope Activity - due Mon (NOT FOR 5TH HOUR)
- share w/ bill.glass@district140.org
- should have 3 measurements, last names, hours, date
10 Wed - Students will practice writing equations of lines. They will also use rate of change to write equations for real-life situations.
- 3.4 Equations of Lines
- 3.3 and 3.4 hmwk due Thu (only do problem numbers listed in parentheses at top of each section.)
09 Tue - Students will use slope to predict future values.
- 3.3 Slopes of Lines
- 3.3 and 3.4 hmwk due Thu
08 Mon - no student attendance
- Columbus Day
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05 Fri - no student attendance
- Parent/Teacher conferences 8:00-12:00
04 Thu - ALICE Drill
- 11:30 Dismissal
- Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 8:00
03 Wed - finish 3.2
- 3.2 hmwk due Tuesday
02 Tue - When a transversal crosses parallel lines the special angle pairs take on special properties. Students will learn those properties and prove additional outcomes about parallel lines being intersected by a transversal and the angle pairs created.
- 3.2 Angles and Parallel Lines
- 3.2 hmwk dueTuesday
01 Mon - Students will learn the meaning of a transversal as it relates to a pair of lines. They will then learn about special angle pairs that exist as a result of the transversal.
- 3.1 Parallel Lines and Transversals
- 3.1 hmwk due Tuesday
October
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28 Fri - Students will learn about special angle pairs formed when two lines are cut by a 3rd (transversal).
- 3.1 classwork
- Create Your Own Geometry project due today
27 Thu - Ch. 2 Test
26 Wed - Students will review for Ch. 2 Test (Reasoning and Proof)
- Ch. 2 Study Guide
- 2:30 dismissal
25 Tue - Students will practice proofs involving angle relationships.
- work on 2.8 hmwk
- work on Create Your Own Geometry project
24 Mon - Students will provide supporting statements to prove angle relationships.
- 2.8 Proving Angles Congruent
- 2.8 hmwk due Wednesday (there will be some time in class Tuesday)
- 2:30 Class Games
- Ch. Test Thursday 9/26
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21 Fri - Students will practice proofs about segments and work on the Create Geometry project.
- Create Your Own Geometry project due Fri 9/28
20 Thu - Students will provide supporting statements to prove segments congruent.
- 2.7 Proving Segments Congruent
- 2.7 hmwk due Monday
19 Wed - Students will practice providing supporting statements for the steps in solving equations.
- 2.6 Algebraic Proofs
- 2.6 hmwk due Friday
18 Tue - Students will show segments are congruent and refocus on the definitions of midpoint and congruent segments.
- finish 2.5 (hmwk due Thursday)
- work on 2.5 hmwk and Create Your Own Geometry
17 Mon - Students will write a logical argument with supporting reasons to validate a mathematical assertion.
- 2.5 Postulates and Paragraph Proofs
- 2.5 hmwk due Wednesday
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- 2.4 Finish notes
- 2.4 hmwk due Monday
- Create Your Own Geometry due Wednesday 09/26
13 Thu - Students will apply the Law of Syllogism and the Law of Detachment, if applicable, to arrive at a conclusion.
- 2.4 Deductive Reasoning
- watch one of the YouTube videos for section 2.4
- 2.4 hmwk due Monday
12 Wed - Students will use conditional statements to form a story. There are branching statements which lead to a conclusion other than what is desired.
- 2.3 Conditional Statements
- watch the YouTube video for section 2.3
- 2.3 hmwk due Thursday
11 Tue - The objective is to complete truth tables and apply logic to a set of statements and evaluate statements as true/false.
- 2.2 Logic (part 2 of 2)
- 2.2 hmwk due Wednesday
10 Mon - Students will understand grading process for Geometry tests. They will learn about Venn diagrams and statements as they are used in logical arguments.
- 2.2 Logic (part 1 of a 2-day lesson)
- 2.2 hmwk due Wednesday
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7 Fri - Students will learn about conjectures and counterexamples. We will discuss educated guesses and inductive reasoning.
- 2.1 Inductive Reasoning and Conjecture
- 2.1 hmwk due Tue
6 Thu - Test
- Chapter 1 - Tools of Geometry
5 Wed - Chapter 1 Review
- Ch. 1 Test Thursday
4 Tue - Constructions
- grade 1.6 homework
- practice constructions with compass and straightedge
3 Mon - Labor Day - No School
September
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31 Fri - At the end of the day students will know how to do the first basic constructions with compass and straightedge: copy segment, copy angle, perpendicular bisector, angle bisector
30 Thu - Students will determine area and perimeter of plane figures such as circles, rectangles, and triangles.
- 1.6 Two-Dimensional Figures
- 1.6 hmwk due Tuesday
29 Wed - Students will learn and apply knowledge of special angle pairs: linear, vertical, supplementary, complementary, adjacent, straight. This will build upon the angle concepts introduced in section 1.4.
- This is a 2:30 dismissal day...check the schedule.
- 1.5 Angle Relationships
- 1.5 hmwk due Thursday
28 Tue - Students will be able to name and classify angles as well as using proper notation. They will be introduced to the Angle Addition Postulate.
- 1.4 Angle Measure notes
27 Mon - At the end of the day you will be able to find the distance between two points and find the midpoint between them.
- 1.3 Distance and Midpoints
- 1.3 hmwk due Tuesday
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24 Fri - Students will complete a group activity to practice measurement precision, draw plane figures and sum consecutive integers.
23 Thu - At the end of the day you will understand how precise a measurement is when given to you. In addition, you will give measurements of a particular precision. The Segment Addition Postulate is introduced.
- 1.2 Linear Measure and Precision lesson
- 1.2 hmwk due today
22 Wed - Student Growth - pretest
21 Tue - Student Growth - pretest
20 Mon - At the end of the day you will know how to navigate the GlassGeometry Website and find a pattern in counting.
- 1.1 continued - 1.1 hmwk due today
- counting problem with points and lines
- introduction to GlassGeometry Weebly website
- FlipGrid
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17 Fri - At the end of the day you will know how to solve simple logic puzzles and you will learn the terminology and notation for the building blocks of plane geometry.
- 1.1 Points, Lines and Planes
- undefined terms of Geometry
- introductory nonograms
- 1.1 homework assignment (due Monday)
August