On a blank piece of computer paper, you will be constructing 2 designs.
Follow suggestions below and colorize when you finish!
Designs and instructions are here: 


Turn your Binder in Today! On a blank piece of computer paper, you will be constructing 2 designs. Follow suggestions below and colorize when you finish!
Step 1:
Define each of the following terms in your binder: equilateral, regular, square, hexagon, and inscribed. Go to making shapes from constructions. Copy the standard and the essential question. Step 2: Watch the videos How to construct an Equilateral Triangle inside a circle. How to construct a square inside a circle. How to construct a regular hexagon inside a circle. Step 3: Perform each construction in your binder! Step 4: Take the quiz at the bottom of making shapes from constructions and answer the essential question! Learning Target: Students use a compass, straightedge, and a pencil and constructions to make perpendicular bisector and angle bisector. Essential Question(s): What step is the most important when doing a perpendicular bisector?
Assignment: on back of handout
Geometry TB p. 47 #'s 17, 9,10,13 Learning Target: Students know how to use a compass, straightedge and a pencil to construct a congruent segment and a congruent angle. Essential Question(s): What are the parts of the compass and how do you use it with constructions?
More help (videos and quiz) Assignment: Use only a compass, straightedge, and pencil to complete the constructions.
Learning Target: Students can use the Angle Addition Postulate and can identify Vertical, Adjacent, Complimentary, and Supplementary angle pairs. Students know when angles are Congruent. Essential Question(s): What is true about all vertical angles? Complimentary Angles? Supplementary Angles?
Assignment: Complete the Practice 16 handout below on loose leaf paper
Learning Target: Students estimate angle measurements and use a protractor to measure angles. Students identify basic figures from a geometry sketch. Essential Question(s) Explain how to estimate an angle. Assignment: Complete the handouts below:
Learning Target: Students classify angle measures and can use a Protractor. Essential Question: What are the different classifications of angles? Explain the different ways to name an angle using letters and numbers.
Assignment:
On a separate piece of loose leaf paper... Geometry Textbook p. 40 #'s 112 Learning Target: Students can find the length of a segment using coordinates. Students apply the Segment Addition Postulate and the concept of Midpoint to find missing segment lengths. Essential Question(s): How do you find the distance between two points on a number line? What is the Segment Addition Postulate (SAP) and how is it related to the midpoint of a segment?
Assignment: On a piece of loose leaf paper, complete the Practice 15 handout below (show all work!)
Assignment: (on loose leaf paper)
Geometry Textbook p. 25 #'s 123, 2534, 36 Learning Target: Students can identify a segment, a ray, parallel lines and planes Essential Question(s): Compare and contrast a segment, a line and a ray.
Assignment below:
Step 1: Follow the Steps on Points, Lines, and Planes! Step 2: Assignment: (on separate loose leaf paper) Put your name Today's Date Todays Topic and answer the questions from the pdf below (Practice 13).
Go to google classroom and complete the two assignments

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