12/1112/15
Monday: writing across the curriculum, Students will discuss the difference between congruent triangles and similar triangles
Tuesday: Students will review triangles, day 1
Wednesday: students will review the triangles unit, day 2
Thursday: In class and takehome exam on the triangles unit.
Friday: we will explore transformations.
Monday: writing across the curriculum, Students will discuss the difference between congruent triangles and similar triangles
Tuesday: Students will review triangles, day 1
Wednesday: students will review the triangles unit, day 2
Thursday: In class and takehome exam on the triangles unit.
Friday: we will explore transformations.
12/412/8
Monday: Students will explore the concept of similar polygons
Tuesday: Students will learn the tests for similar triangles, including AA, SAS, SSS
Wednesday: We will review for quiz on isosceles and equilateral triangles, ratios and proportions.
Thursday: Quiz on ratios, proportions, isosceles and equilateral triangles.
Friday: We will explore applications of similar triangles, including dilations.
Monday: Students will explore the concept of similar polygons
Tuesday: Students will learn the tests for similar triangles, including AA, SAS, SSS
Wednesday: We will review for quiz on isosceles and equilateral triangles, ratios and proportions.
Thursday: Quiz on ratios, proportions, isosceles and equilateral triangles.
Friday: We will explore applications of similar triangles, including dilations.
11/2712/1
Monday: 4.7 Isosceles and Equilateral triangles. We will explore the characteristics of isosceles and equilateral triangles. students will be given pp. 276277, #310, 1220 for practice
Tuesday: Students will explore perpendicular and angle bisectors, and the special properties that arise from these segments. Students will be given pp. 304305 #1228 for homework
Wednesday: Students will apply the bisector theorems to triangles to explore the circumcenter and the incenter of a triangle.
Thursday: Students will explore ratio and proportion, chapter 7.1, and be assigned p457458, #329 odd
Friday: Assessment on Isosceles and equilateral triangles, review ratio and proportions.
Monday: 4.7 Isosceles and Equilateral triangles. We will explore the characteristics of isosceles and equilateral triangles. students will be given pp. 276277, #310, 1220 for practice
Tuesday: Students will explore perpendicular and angle bisectors, and the special properties that arise from these segments. Students will be given pp. 304305 #1228 for homework
Wednesday: Students will apply the bisector theorems to triangles to explore the circumcenter and the incenter of a triangle.
Thursday: Students will explore ratio and proportion, chapter 7.1, and be assigned p457458, #329 odd
Friday: Assessment on Isosceles and equilateral triangles, review ratio and proportions.
11/1311/17
Monday: p. 28486, #118. FOR proofs, explain why the triangles are congruent. Extra practice p. S10, #121
Tuesday: WAC: Triangle proof tests
Wednesday: review for 4.14.5 test
Thursday: 4.14.5 Test
Friday: Explore the concept of corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent (CPCTC)
Monday: p. 28486, #118. FOR proofs, explain why the triangles are congruent. Extra practice p. S10, #121
Tuesday: WAC: Triangle proof tests
Wednesday: review for 4.14.5 test
Thursday: 4.14.5 Test
Friday: Explore the concept of corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent (CPCTC)
11/611/10
Monday: Cause and Effect and the EMATHS Rube Goldberg exercise Tuesday: no school Wednesday: Writing Triangle proofs. Focusing on SSS and SAS and flow proofs Thursday: Writing Proofs. Focusing on flow and 2column proofs Friday: Continue congruent triangles and writing proofs 


10/3011/3
Monday: Review 4.1 and 4.2 Tuesday: Quiz 4.1 and 4.2 Wednesday: Introduction to congruent triangles and writing proofs Thursday: Continue congruent triangles and writing proofs Friday: Continue congruent triangles and writing proofs 


101610/20
Monday: FA: Parallel lines cut by a perpendicular transversal "warmup" problem. Examine the shortest distance between a point and a line, and parallel lines cut by perpendicular transverals.
Tuesday: Day 2 of perpendicular transversals. Review for quiz on proving lines parallel and perpendicular transversals.
Wednesday: Quiz: Proving lines parallel. Review slopes of lines.
Thursday: Review lines in the coordinate plane
Friday: Lines in the coordinate plane, begin chapter 3 review.
Monday: FA: Parallel lines cut by a perpendicular transversal "warmup" problem. Examine the shortest distance between a point and a line, and parallel lines cut by perpendicular transverals.
Tuesday: Day 2 of perpendicular transversals. Review for quiz on proving lines parallel and perpendicular transversals.
Wednesday: Quiz: Proving lines parallel. Review slopes of lines.
Thursday: Review lines in the coordinate plane
Friday: Lines in the coordinate plane, begin chapter 3 review.
M: 10/9 Review quiz on angles created by parallel lines. FA: Write how to determine the different angles as well as what are their relationships to each other.
T: 10/10 Requiz: Angles created by transversals and angles created by parallel lines W: 10/11 How to determine that lines are parallel given values of angles FA: are these lines parallel? assign pp. 166167, 1221, 2435 Th: 10/12 How to determine that lines are parallel given values of angles part 2 W: 10/13 pep rally 


M: 9/25 Distance/Midpoint retest. Review of chapter 1
T: 9/26 Chapter 1 review W: 9/27 Chapter 1 Review, Segment and Angle Addition quiz Th: 9/28 Chapter 1 review W: 9/29 Test on chapter 1 

M: 9/11 The distance Formula. Kuta worksheet
T: 9/12 The Midpoint formula. Kuta Worksheet is homework W: 9/13 Planes, symbols and names of geometric figures day 1 Th: 9/14 Planes, symbols and names of geometric figures day 2 W: 9/15 Quiz on Midpoint and Distance Formula. Angle and Segment Bisectors and Addition Postulates 
