SWBAT review and practice using the Pythagorean Theorem by completing the handout and showing all work on loose leaf paper.
Learning Target:
SWBAT review and practice using the Pythagorean Theorem by completing the handout and showing all work on loose leaf paper. This is the last weekend for completing the Proofs modules in CL. We will be moving on to other units. You will receive a grade based upon where you are in the modules. Learning Target: SWBAT prove the properties of a Midsegment in a Triangle using coordinate Geometry by completing the handout below Essential Question: What are the two characteristics of a Midsegment in a triangle? Assignment: Handout
Learning Target: SWBAT complete a review handout on Similarity
Learning Target: SWBAT prove triangles to be similar by completing the pdf assignment. Essential Question: Describe in complete sentences the three ways to prove triangles similar. Assignment Title: "Proving Triangles to be Similar" (last few slides on loose leaf paper)
Learning Target: SWBAT use properties of similar polygons to find angle and side measurements by completing the assignemnt. Essential Question: What two characteristics are necessary for polygons to be similar?
Assignment Title: "Similar Polygons" On loose leaf paper,complete the handout below
Learning Target: SWBAT use Dilations to transform shapes by completing the textbook assignment. Essential Question: Explain in a paragraph the two types of Dilations.
Assignment Title:
"Using Dilations" Geometry Textbook p. 500 #’s 1-9, 15-18, 36, 67 Learning Target: SWBAT use ratios and proportions to solve problems in Geometry by completing the textbook assignment. Essential Question: How does one choose an appropriate scale?
Assignment Title:
"Ratios in Geometry" Geometry Textbook p.368 #’s 3-11, 18, 25, 43, 46, 50-51 Learning Target: SWBAT use ratios and proportions to solve problems by completing and showing all work on their handout. Essential Question: What is a proportion? How do you solve a proportion? Assignment: (handouts below)
Learning Target: Students discover the result of multiplying coordinates by 2. Essential Question: What is a dilation? What is true about similar figures? Assignment: (handout below)
Learning Target: Students write equations of Circles and graph them. Essential Question: What information is necessary to write an equation of a Circle in standard form?
Assignment: (handout below)
Learning Target: Students prove the equation of a circle using the distance formula. Essential Question: How is the center of a circle identified from the equation?
Assignment Title: "Standard form: equation of a circle" (handout below) Carnegie Learning "Intro to Proofs must be completed tomorrow!"
Learning Target: "Students use proofs and Coordinate Geometry." Essential Question: What formulas are used to prove theorems in the coordinate Geometry? Assignment Title: "Proofs with Coordinate Geometry" (last six slides on loose leaf paper)
Please take the Math Anxiety Survey only once! Assignment: Print out and complete both sides (Show all work)
Learning Target: Students prove properties of Quadrilaterals using coordinates. Essential Question: What transformations are used to prove properties of quadrilaterals in the coordinate plane? Assignment: (last few slides in notebook) make sure you draw/sketch the shape and label all coordinates
Please work on finishing your Carnegie Learning Modules:
Go to Carnegie Learning and complete your assigned modules. Use the following: School code: rancho mhs-92270 Username: (your id number) Password: mathisfun Learning Target: From a set of Coordinates, students identify the type of Quadrilateral. Essential Question: What concepts must be checked to correctly identify a quadrilateral from a set of points? Assignment: (handout below)
Learning Target: "Students know how to find the perimeter and area of a square, a rectangle, and a circle." Essential Question: How is perimeter different than area?
Assignment Title:
"Perimeter" (on loose leaf paper) Geometry Textbook p. 65 #'s 1-3, 7-9, 16, 27, 28, 37, 38, 71-73 |
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