Feb 12Feb 16
M: Review for tomorrow's chapter 6 test, begin discussion of right triangle trigonometry Tues: Chapter 6 Exam Wednesday: Right triangle trig day 2. Using the trig ratios to find the missing sides of a right triangle. HW p529, #2248 FA: writing sine, cosine and tangent Thursday: Quiz: writing the trig ratios of a triangle where all three sides are known. Begin real life problems involving right triangle trigonometry Friday: Reallife problems involving right triangle trigonometry 


Feb 5Feb 9
M: Trapezoids and Isosceles Trapezoids. We will explore the characteristics of trapezoids and midsegments of trapezoids
Tues: Review all characteristics of quadrilaterals
Wednesday: Pretest on chapter 6
Thursday: Formal review of chapter 6 for the exam
Friday: Snow day
M: Trapezoids and Isosceles Trapezoids. We will explore the characteristics of trapezoids and midsegments of trapezoids
Tues: Review all characteristics of quadrilaterals
Wednesday: Pretest on chapter 6
Thursday: Formal review of chapter 6 for the exam
Friday: Snow day
Jan 29Feb 2
M: Review Polygons for Quiz #1
Tues: Quiz #1, general characteristics of polygons. Continue with Rectangles
Wednesday: Finish Rectangles and explore characteristics of rhombuses
Thursday: Continue with rhombuses, review for Quiz #2, Parallelograms.
Friday: Quiz #2: Parallelograms
M: Review Polygons for Quiz #1
Tues: Quiz #1, general characteristics of polygons. Continue with Rectangles
Wednesday: Finish Rectangles and explore characteristics of rhombuses
Thursday: Continue with rhombuses, review for Quiz #2, Parallelograms.
Friday: Quiz #2: Parallelograms
M: 1/22: Class Syllabus and Class Rules & Procedures
T: 1/23: Introduction to polygons. Discuss interior angles, how to find the sums of them. Discuss regular polygons, the interior angles and the exterior angles. W: 1/24: Begin Discussion of quadrilaterals. We will explore the characteristics of parallelograms first. We will use an advance organizer of the parallelogram, and then work through examples that utilize the characteristics. Th: 1/25 Day two with parallelograms. We will continue exploring the characteristics of parallelograms F: 1/2 Quiz on Polygons, wrap up parallelograms and start with rectangles. HW 6.2, #1543 odd 

M: 1/15: No School
T: 1/16: Midterm Review
W: 1/17: Midterms
Th: 1/18 Midterms
F: 1/19 Midterms
T: 1/16: Midterm Review
W: 1/17: Midterms
Th: 1/18 Midterms
F: 1/19 Midterms
1/81/12
Monday: Check the homework for rotations, reflections and dilations in the coordinate plane.
Tuesday: Review the transformations, prepare for Wednesday's quiz
Wednesday: Quiz on transformations in the coordinate plane
Thursday: In class review for the midterm
Friday: In class review for the midterm
Monday: Check the homework for rotations, reflections and dilations in the coordinate plane.
Tuesday: Review the transformations, prepare for Wednesday's quiz
Wednesday: Quiz on transformations in the coordinate plane
Thursday: In class review for the midterm
Friday: In class review for the midterm
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 
