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Transformation Quiz TomorrowLearning Target: Students measure angles formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal and discover their properties. Essential Question:Which transformations can be used with angles formed by a transversal? Instructions:First, measure each angle and label write the result inside the dotted lines. (switch #4 and #3) Second, cut out the angles (you do no need the arrows!) Answer the questions on the form below. Line up the angles on a single line (transversal) before you glue stick them in.
Assignment:Refer to the example and describe the angles and identify their measure by using a brace map.
Make sure you have your Protractor for TomorrowTransformation Quiz on Wednesday! Learning Target:Students create a rotation design and create a color coded key that identifies multiple rotations. Essential Question(s):What does each gap represent on the polar paper I provided for you? "Assignment Title:Rotation Design Project'Place designs (shapes) in various locations. Perform multiple rotations to create an artistic design. Identify the specific rotations you used to each shape and create a color coded key. Examples will be shown in class.
Get a free dropbox account!Learning Target:Students can rotate objects a specific amount of degrees.What is the standard direction for a rotation?Essential Questions(s):
Learning Target:Given a quadrilateral, students describe the transformations that carry it onto itself.Essential Question(s):What transformations are performed by the following rules? Assignment:
Learning Target:Students practice using reflections and create their own designs using reflections over different lines of symmetry. How do you perform a reflection over the x-axis? y-axis?Essential Question(s):
: Reflection Design ProjectPlace images into Quadrant I and reflect them over the x-axis and the y-axis.Be creative, use different lines of symmetry within your design.
Learning Target:Students use a line of symmetry to perform reflections in the coordinate plane. Essential Question(s):What do you need to identify first with a reflection?
More help with Reflections. Assignment:Reflection Handout below
Learning Target:Students know the four basic Transformations and can identify the type of Transformation by the Preimage and image. Essential Question(s):Describe the four types of Transformations and identify which ones are isometry?More help with Transformations.
(on loose leaf paper or graph paper)Assignment:Geometry Textbook p. 473 #'s 1-3, 5, 8, 10-14, 37 Learning Target:Students look through their binders, review their notes, and complete the review handouts for tomorrow's Unit 1 Test! Essential Question:Are you ready for tomorrow's Unit 1 Test?
Get a free dropbox account!Unit 1 Test Tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Learning Target:Students know what negation means and how it applies to Inverse and Contrapositive statements. What is Essential Question:negation?
Learning Target:Students use logic to prove theorems in Geometry. Essential Question(s):How are Theorems different than Postulates? What is a paragraph proof? Take quiz in OARS.Go here for the notes on Theorems and Paragraph Proofs. (Think about your lessons on Reasoning in Algebra!) (on loose leaf paper)Assignment: Geometry Textbook p.112 #'s 1-7, 10, 12-18, 30-31, 35-37 Learning Target:Students know when angle pairs are congruent, complementary, or supplementary. Essential Question(s):Vertical pairs are____________________. _______________ angle pairs add up to 180. _______________ angle pairs add up to 90.
Assignment:(on loose leaf paper, show all work!)
Learning Target:Students know basic reasons in Algebra to justify statements. Essential Question(s):Why is it important to know all the Properties of Equality and Congruence? Justification and reasons activity with SAP and AAP Go to Reasons in Algebra Page and follow instructions. Assignment:Handout on Reasons in Algebra
Students use the Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism to make conclusions.Learning Target:Essential Question: How is Deductive Reasoning different than Inductive Reasoning? More help with deductive reasoning here.
Assignment: Workbook Lesson 2-3 Deductive Reasoning p 279
Learning Target:Students test a conditional and its’ converse to decide if it is Biconditional. Essential Question(s)What is a Biconditional? What makes a definition good?
More help with Biconditionals! (on loose leaf paper)Assignment:
Assignment: (Loose leaf paper)
More help with Conditionals.
Learning Target:Students use inductive reasoning to make conjectures and provide counterexamples when necessary to prove a conjecture false. Essential Question(s):What is Inductive Reasoning? What is a conjecture and how do you use the truth value to decide on a counterexample to a false statement?
Learning Target:Students review and practice constructions. Essential Question(s):What are the "two' things created in using the compass for constructions? Assignment:On loose leaf paper, follow the instructions on the slideshow below.
Students take a Geometry Construction Quiz in class.
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