GEOMETRY LESSON PLANS
2nd Semester
May 31June 3
Tuesday: Linear Equations: Foldable organizers for slopeintercept and pointslope form. HW: Writing equations of lines given certain information Wednesday: Continue with writing equations of lines Thursday: Quiz on fundamentals of algebra and writing equations. Intro to Functions Friday: Quadratic functions: Vertex, axis of symmetry, roots/zeros 

5/2327
Monday: Review Solids Tuesday: Solids Asssessment Wednesday: Create a foldable: Algebra Field and Equality properties Thursday: Review Algebraic Properties Friday: No class, 1/2 day 4,5,6 5/913
Monday: Review points in 3 dimensions. Students will be able to calculate the distance between two points in 3 dimensions and find the midpoint of 3 points in 3 dimensions. Students will then correct on their own the worksheet package that they were given on Thursday. Tuesday: Students will review calculating the surface area and volume of various solids. Wednesday: Students will review Euler's Formula, Distance and Midpoint, Volume and Surface Area of solids. Thursday: Students will be given an assessment on solids. Friday: Algebra 1 and Geometry review for the final exam. 

5/26
Monday: Circles Assessment Tuesday: No School Wednesday: Polyhedrons day 1. Students will learn the different types of polyhedra Thurs: Polyhedron Activity (I'll be out for curriculum development) Fri: 1/2 Day: Students will examine Euler's Rule. 4/254/29
Monday: We will explore inscribed angles and their relationships to their intercepted angles. Students will be able to solve problems including inscribed angles that intercept diameters, inscribed angles that intercept the same arcs, and inscribed quadrilaterals. Tuesday: Students will explore angles that extend to outside the circle created by tangents and secants. Students will be able to solve problems involving these angles. Wednesday: Quiz on inscribed arcs. Students will also explore the relationship of segments in circles created by secants. Thursday: Review circles Friday: Exam on circles 

4/184/22
Monday: Students will learn how to calculate the length of an arc and the area of a sector based on the central angle given in degrees and radians. Tuesday: Students will continue their exploration of arclength and area of a sector, and will include solving problems and reallife situations. Students will also learn to convert radians to degrees. Wednesday: Students will begin exploring the relationship between central angles and chords within a circle. Thursday: Students will continue their exploration of chords, central angles and intercepted arcs. Friday: Students will be assessed on arclength, area of a sector, area and circumference of a circle. 

4/114/15
Monday: Students will begin to explore circles by examining the equation of a circle and how to derive it using the distance formula. Tuesday: SAT/PSAT Testing Wednesday: SAT/PSAT Testing Thursday: students will learn how to complete the square to determine the equation of a circle. Friday: Students will complete their exploration of equations of circles. 

3/213/25
Monday: Practice Trig worksheets: chapter tests from the textbook (pancake breakfast for charity week)
Tuesday: Review all trig, including law of sines and law of cosines
Wednesday: Quiz on Solving Right triangles
Thursday: Pep assembly. Trig review for whatever time that we have.
Friday: No School
Monday: Practice Trig worksheets: chapter tests from the textbook (pancake breakfast for charity week)
Tuesday: Review all trig, including law of sines and law of cosines
Wednesday: Quiz on Solving Right triangles
Thursday: Pep assembly. Trig review for whatever time that we have.
Friday: No School
3/143/18

3/73/11
Monday: Students will use the inverse trig functions to find the values of acute angles in right triangles. HW: Kuta WS Tuesday NO SCHOOL Wednesday Trig Quiz: SOH CAH TOA Thursday Students will be able to use the trig and inverse trig functions to solve right triangles (calculate all three sides and all three angles) Friday: Students will use the idea of solving right triangles to apply them to reallife situations. 

2/82/12
Monday: Using the TiNspire to calculate the characteristics of a quadrilateral. Students will learn how to use the different features to plot a quadrilateral, measure lengths, slopes and calculate midpoints to determine what type of quadrilateral a particular example is. Students will then check their Properties of Quadrilaterals packet for accuracy. Tuesday: Students will be given an unknown quadrilateral and will have to identify it using all the methods that we have been using so far. Wednesday: Students will examine characteristics of kites and trapezoids using the tinspire. Thursday: Students will continue to explore the characteristics of all quadrilaterals. Friday: Students will have an assessment on quadrilaterals. 
2/12/5
Monday: Students will take the Similarity Assessment. When that is completed, we will begin discussions of polygons. Students will be able to name polygons by the number of sides and calculate the angles inside of them. Tuesday: Students will be able to identify the different types of quadrilaterals and give general descriptions of their unique characteristics. Wednesday: Students will be able to develop all the characteristics of the parallelogram, including all theorems associated with the sides and angles. Thursday: Students will be able to use the characteristics of a parallelogram to solve problems. Friday: Students will have an assessment on polygons and parallelograms 

January 2529


FIRST SEMESTER
Geometry Midterm Study Guide PartbyPart
1/111/15
Monday: Review Transformations. Students will work on a worksheet that will serve as a pretest for the transformation test
Tuesday: Review Transformations. We will finish our review of transformations.
Wednesday: Transformations test. All homework from the transformations unit is due.
Thursday: Midterm review day 1: Basics of Geometry
Friday: Midterm review day 2: Parallel Lines
Monday: Review Transformations. Students will work on a worksheet that will serve as a pretest for the transformation test
Tuesday: Review Transformations. We will finish our review of transformations.
Wednesday: Transformations test. All homework from the transformations unit is due.
Thursday: Midterm review day 1: Basics of Geometry
Friday: Midterm review day 2: Parallel Lines
1/41/8
Monday: Review Reflections and transformations. Examine the results of reflecting a point through the xaxis, yaxis and the line y=x. Review the results of translating a point using the vector <X,Y>. Students will also begin to create their study sheet for the midterm exam. Assignment: pp. 884885, 520 Tuesday: We will examine rotations, constructing a rotation using a compass and protractor through a point of rotation. HW: ROTATIONS WORKSHEET Wednesday: We will reexamine rotations as a double reflection. Thursday: We will explore dilations, the only nonisometric transformation. We will explore the concept of similarity, and how it relates to dilations. Friday: We will wrap up dilations, with combinations of transformations coming on Monday/Tuesday HW: pp. 875876, #1323 

12/1412/18
Monday: Reflections, including reflections across the x and y axis and y=x. Students will complete the EMATHS composition of Reflections over 2 parallel lines packet. Tuesday: We will continue to explore reflections and introduce rotations, describing them as a double reflection. Homework: practice A and B from 12.2 in the text Wednesday: We will discuss rotations and translations. Thursday: Review transformations Friday: Assessment on transformations 

12/712/11
Monday: Investigate Isosceles and Equilateral/Equiangular Triangles. learn about the Isosceles Triangle Theorem and the relationship between equilateral and equiangular triangles. HW: p. 276277, #310, 1320 Tuesday: Review the basics of triangles, including characteristics, congruent triangles and triangles in the coordinate plane Wednesday: Continue the review of triangles Thursday: Assessment on Triangles Friday: Transformations introduction: Reflections. 
11/3012/4
Monday: Proving that Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles are Congruent (CPCTC). HW: p. 263, #811, p. 264, #1721 Tuesday: Review proving triangles are congruent and using CPCTC. Wednesday: Quiz on proving triangles are congruent and CPCTC. Introduce Coordinate Geometry, including Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles properties. Thursday: Continue with coordinate geometry, isosceles triangles, equilateral triangles and review linear equations, slope, and writing equations of lines. Friday: Continue with coordinate geometry. 11/2311/24
Monday: Introduce the ASA, ASA and HL congruency rules for triangles. Assign pp. 257, 923 for work over the break. Tuesday: No school, parent teacher conferences. 11/1611/20
Monday: Quiz 4.14.3 Tuesday: Out of school for SAT Prep, students will work on a review of 4.14.3 Wednesday: Proving triangles congruent using SSS and SAS. This will be nonproof writing, with students identifying congruent parts Thursday: Students will begin learning how to write a proof learning flow proofs. Friday: Students will continue working on proofwriting using flow proofs for SSS and SAS. section 4.1, #13 and 21 are assigned (two proofs) 11/911/13
Monday: Review sections 4.1 and 4.2, Classifying triangles and angle relationships in triangles. Students will work on pp. 284, #17, 288, # 15, and p 289 #3,5 Tuesday: Students will discover the relationships between congruent triangles, what it means to have corresponding parts of congruent triangles congruent. Wednesday: Students will continue to discover the relationships between congruent triangles, as well as starting to use the conguency theorems SideSideSide and SideAngleSide to prove that triangles are congruent. HW: pp234235, 110, 1.318, 22 Thursday: Special angles, like bowties, shared sides, overlapping triangles, and triangles on top of triangles. Students were assigned p. 239, # 113, the book quiz on 4.14.3 Friday: Congruent Triangles Worksheet. Click on link or on button below for the assignment 

Mon 10/19: Rube Goldberg machine activity. This will help students learn about the Law of Syllogism as well as beginning to think of problems in terms of proving geometric facts. Students will create their own Rube Goldberg machine that will turn on my computer when the door is open.
Learning Targets: Students will understand statements of implication and conditional (ifthen) statements
Learning Targets: Students will understand statements of implication and conditional (ifthen) statements
Tues 10/20: Students will us the ideas from the Rube Goldberg activity and apply them to algebraic and geometric problems.
Wed 10/21: Students will continue to prove algebraic and geometric situations. All work will be done in class. Students will prove the Segment and Angle Addition Theorem
Thur 10/22: Students will prove the theorems and converses associated with parallel lines cut by transversals.
Fri 10/23: Students will take a quiz on proving algebraic and geometric ideas.
Mon 10/12: Review Friday's assignment, work on p. 158160, #723 odd, 2733 odd
Tues 10/13: Proving Lines are parallel using the converses of the theorems concerning the angles created by two parallel lines cut by a transversal.


Wed 10/14: Quiz on parallel lines cut by a transversal and their relationships. Review writing the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines
Thurs 10/15: continue review of writing the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines and applying them to parallel lines cut by transversals.
Fri 10/16: EMATH Parallel Lines activity
Mon 10/5: Assessment: Basics of Geometry
Tues 10/6: IOWA Testing
Wed 10/7: IOWA Testing
Thursday: 10/8 Parallel Lines cut by transversals. We will review linear equations from an algebraic point of view then define what happens when parallel lines are cut by a transversal
Fri 10/9: More exploration and practice with parallel lines cut by transversals.
Monday 9/28
Learning Objectives: Students will know the characteristics of the following types of angles:
Practice: p. 31, #113, p. 32, #1428 even
Learning Objectives: Students will know the characteristics of the following types of angles:
 Adjacent
 Linear Pairs
 Complimentary Angles (compliments)
 Supplementary Angles (supplements)
 Vertical Angles
Practice: p. 31, #113, p. 32, #1428 even
Tuesday 9/29
Review the Basics of Geometry: Students will create a graphic organizer for all the basics in geometry, including:
The organizer is due at the end of the hour
Review the Basics of Geometry: Students will create a graphic organizer for all the basics in geometry, including:
 Point
 Line
 Segment
 Distance Formula
 Midpoint Formula
 Ray
 Opposite Rays
 Plane
 Angles
 Acute Angle
 Right Angle
 Obtuse Angle
 Adjacent Angles
 Complimentary Angles
 Supplementary Angles
 Linear Pairs
 Vertical Angles
 Congruent Shapes
The organizer is due at the end of the hour
Wednesday 9/30
Review the Segment Addition Postulate. HW: Kuta: Segment Addition Postulate WS
Review the Segment Addition Postulate. HW: Kuta: Segment Addition Postulate WS
Thursday 10/1
Review Chapter 1 for the test
Review Chapter 1 for the test
Friday 10/2
Chapter 1 Assessment
Chapter 1 Assessment
Monday 9/21
Review Undefined Terms and characteristsics of segments (distance, midpoint) for the assessment on Tuesday.
Tuesday 9/22
Assessment 1: Points, Lines, Planes, Segments and Rays
Introduce Angles, including the definition, the parts (two rays and a common initial point), interior, exterior and labeling.
Introduce Angles, including the definition, the parts (two rays and a common initial point), interior, exterior and labeling.
Wednesday 9/23
Angle and Segment Addition Postulates. Students will learn to add two adjacent angles or segments to get the length or measure of a larger angle or segment composed of those two respective parts.
Thursday 9/24
Review Angle and Segment Addition postulates and begin constructions, including angle and segment bisectors. Students will construct angles and segments of given sizes and then bisect them using a compass and protractor.
Friday 9/25
Assessment 2: Angle and Segment Addition Postulate. After the assessment, students will complete a construction project.
9/14: Undefined Terms: Point/Line and Plane graphic organizer for interactive notebook. Examine the symbols and meanings for lines, segments, lengths, rays
Assignment: p.9, 121 
9/15: Finish discussion of undefined terms in Geometry, focusing on planes, what can be in a plane, and what doesn't have to be in a plane

9/16: Lines. Students will discuss what a line is and how to find the characteristics of line, including slope, a segment, a ray, the midpoints and endpoints of a segment, and the length of a segment

9/17: Students will construct lines, midpoints, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and learn how to bisect lines and cut lines into multiple equal parts

9/18: Students will continue with line constructions.

9/7: No School

9/8: Class Rules and Procedures

9/9: Book issue, Ice Breaker, Establish groups and pairs

9/10: Problem solving in groups

9/11: Problem solving in groups
