Geometry Lesson PLANS
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4/174/21
Monday 7. Students will discuss central angles and their corresponding arcs Tuesday Students will discuss central angles and their corresponding chords Wednesday Students will continue to explore circles, their chords, and central and inscribed angless Thursday Students review chords and angles in circles. Friday No class, 1/2 day PLC. 

2/132/17
Monday 2/137.
Students will examine the characteristics of a kite and trapezoids!
Tuesday 2/14
Students will continue to examine the characteristics of kites and trapezoids
Wednesday 2/15
Students will compare and contrast the differences between parallelograms, kites and trapezoids
Thursday 2/16
Students will review Chapter 6, quadrilaterals.
Friday 2/17
No class, 1/2 day PLC.
Monday 2/137.
Students will examine the characteristics of a kite and trapezoids!
Tuesday 2/14
Students will continue to examine the characteristics of kites and trapezoids
Wednesday 2/15
Students will compare and contrast the differences between parallelograms, kites and trapezoids
Thursday 2/16
Students will review Chapter 6, quadrilaterals.
Friday 2/17
No class, 1/2 day PLC.
1/231/27
Monday 1/237. Midterms 5th and 6th Tuesday 1/24 Classroom procedures, rules and expectations Wednesday 1/25 Introduction to quadrilaterals. Students will find all the characteristics of all the quadrilaterals. Thursday 1/26 We will discuss all the characteristics of quadrilaterals. HW: p. 395, 1525, 3243. Friday 1/27 We will start to apply problems concerning quadrilaterals. The worksheet that is due at the end of the hour is attached to the right and can be downloaded by clicking this sentence. 

12/1212/16
Monday 1/27. No School Tuesday 12/13 No School Wednesday 12/14 Medians and altitudes of triangles. We will explore the information that altitudes and medians provide for the segments that they create. Thursday 12/15 We will finish our exploration of medians and altitudes. We will then explore the triangle midsegment theorem and the triangle inequality theorem.. Friday 12/16 Review Bisectors, altitudes, medians and the midsegment theorem. Quiz on monday!. 

11/2812/2
Monday 11/287
Geometric Proofs: Triangles using SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HL
Tuesday 11/29
Sub today: Finishing triangle proofs worksheets
Wednesday 11/30
Answer all questions on geometric proof. Have students take their first attempt at a proof on their own.
Thursday 12/1
CPCTC: Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent. Using this to prove parts are congruent after proving triangles are congruent.
Friday 12/2
Quiz: Triangle Proofs. Continue with CPCTC.
Monday 11/287
Geometric Proofs: Triangles using SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HL
Tuesday 11/29
Sub today: Finishing triangle proofs worksheets
Wednesday 11/30
Answer all questions on geometric proof. Have students take their first attempt at a proof on their own.
Thursday 12/1
CPCTC: Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent. Using this to prove parts are congruent after proving triangles are congruent.
Friday 12/2
Quiz: Triangle Proofs. Continue with CPCTC.
11/711/11
Monday 11/147
Chapter 3 Test
Tuesday 11/15
Triangle activity, proving that the sum of the interior angles is 180 degrees
Wednesday 11/16
Introduction of congruency in triangles and how to prove triangles are congruent .
Thursday 11/17
SAS, SSS, ASA, AAS congruency tests for triangles will be explored
Friday 11/18
Continue with the exploration of congruency tests for triangles.
Monday 11/147
Chapter 3 Test
Tuesday 11/15
Triangle activity, proving that the sum of the interior angles is 180 degrees
Wednesday 11/16
Introduction of congruency in triangles and how to prove triangles are congruent .
Thursday 11/17
SAS, SSS, ASA, AAS congruency tests for triangles will be explored
Friday 11/18
Continue with the exploration of congruency tests for triangles.
11/711/11
Monday 11/77
Substitute: Chapter 3 Review from the book
Tuesday 11/8
No School, Election Day
Wednesday 11/9
Students will begin the Triangles unit, classifying triangles by side length and angle measure.
Thursday 11/10
Students will review chapter 3
Friday 11/11
No Class, half day 13 hours
Monday 11/77
Substitute: Chapter 3 Review from the book
Tuesday 11/8
No School, Election Day
Wednesday 11/9
Students will begin the Triangles unit, classifying triangles by side length and angle measure.
Thursday 11/10
Students will review chapter 3
Friday 11/11
No Class, half day 13 hours
10/3111/4
Monday 10/31 Students will review writing equations of lines, and then practice writing the equations of lines given certain information Tuesday 11/1 Students will take a practice assessment on writing equations of lines we will review the assessment and prepare for the real assessment. Wednesday 11/2 Students will take an assessment on writing equations of lines and determining if lines are parallel, perpendicular, coincide or just intersect. Thursday 11/3 Students will begin a review of chapter 3 in its entirety Friday 11/4 Students will take a practice assessment for the first half of class, which we will discuss 

10/2410/29
Monday 10/24
Students will work on proving lines are parallel, that lines perpendicular to the same line are parallel to each other.
Tuesday 10/25
Students will take a quiz on lines cut by a transversal, and conditional statements and their various forms. Students will review Parallel Lines
Wednesday 10/26
Students will review lines cut by a transversal for their test on Thursday.
Thursday 10/27
Students will take a test on lines cut by a transversal, parallel lines cut by a transversal, and proving lines are parallel.
Friday 10/28
We will begin our exploration of triangles.
Monday 10/24
Students will work on proving lines are parallel, that lines perpendicular to the same line are parallel to each other.
Tuesday 10/25
Students will take a quiz on lines cut by a transversal, and conditional statements and their various forms. Students will review Parallel Lines
Wednesday 10/26
Students will review lines cut by a transversal for their test on Thursday.
Thursday 10/27
Students will take a test on lines cut by a transversal, parallel lines cut by a transversal, and proving lines are parallel.
Friday 10/28
We will begin our exploration of triangles.
10/1710/21
Monday 10/17
Students will debrief Thursday of last weeks activity, measuring angles created when parallel lines are cut by transversals. We will talk about the postulate of corresponding angles, and the theorems regarding alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles, and same side of the transversal interior angles.
Tuesday 10/18
Students will work with parallel lines and the angles they create, moving from the theorems to application of the theorems and postulates learned on Monday
Wednesday 10/19
Students will learn about the converse theorems that we use to prove that lines are parallel to each other. Students will begin to apply these theorems to prove that lines are parallel
Thursday 10/20
Students will take a quiz on Conditional Statements, Converse, Inverse and Contrapositive statements. Students will continue to explore proving that lines are parallel and making an argument (geometric proof) to support their work.
Friday 10/21
Pep Rally!!!!!
Monday 10/17
Students will debrief Thursday of last weeks activity, measuring angles created when parallel lines are cut by transversals. We will talk about the postulate of corresponding angles, and the theorems regarding alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles, and same side of the transversal interior angles.
Tuesday 10/18
Students will work with parallel lines and the angles they create, moving from the theorems to application of the theorems and postulates learned on Monday
Wednesday 10/19
Students will learn about the converse theorems that we use to prove that lines are parallel to each other. Students will begin to apply these theorems to prove that lines are parallel
Thursday 10/20
Students will take a quiz on Conditional Statements, Converse, Inverse and Contrapositive statements. Students will continue to explore proving that lines are parallel and making an argument (geometric proof) to support their work.
Friday 10/21
Pep Rally!!!!!
10/1010/14
Monday 10/10
Students will work with Conditional Statements and their converse, inverse and contrapositive. Students will learn how to take an original conditional statement and create the other statements.
Tuesday 10/4
Students will be introduced to algebraic and geometric proof writing, using postulates/axioms, theorems, definitions and mathematical computations to show statements are true.
Wednesday 10/5
Students will continue working on the different structures of proofwriting, including the paragraph proof, the twocolumn proof and a flowchart proof.
Thursday 10/6
Students will continue with proofwriting basics, conducting shortstepped proofs to get used to the format and expectations of proofs.
Friday 10/7
1/2 day, no class
Monday 10/10
Students will work with Conditional Statements and their converse, inverse and contrapositive. Students will learn how to take an original conditional statement and create the other statements.
Tuesday 10/4
Students will be introduced to algebraic and geometric proof writing, using postulates/axioms, theorems, definitions and mathematical computations to show statements are true.
Wednesday 10/5
Students will continue working on the different structures of proofwriting, including the paragraph proof, the twocolumn proof and a flowchart proof.
Thursday 10/6
Students will continue with proofwriting basics, conducting shortstepped proofs to get used to the format and expectations of proofs.
Friday 10/7
1/2 day, no class
10/310/7
Monday 10/3
Review Chapter 1, the Basics of Geometry.
Tuesday 10/4
Chapter 1 assessment
Wednesday 10/5
Introduction to logic and logical thinking
Thursday 10/6
The Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism
Friday 10/7
Algebraic and Geometric proofwriting.
Monday 10/3
Review Chapter 1, the Basics of Geometry.
Tuesday 10/4
Chapter 1 assessment
Wednesday 10/5
Introduction to logic and logical thinking
Thursday 10/6
The Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism
Friday 10/7
Algebraic and Geometric proofwriting.
Week 3: 9/1923
Monday 9/19 The Angle Addition Postulate. Students will learn how to calculate the measures of adjacent angles given specific angle measures. Tuesday 9/20 Quiz on the basics of geometry (points, lines, planes, labeling and naming figures, Segment addition postulate). If there is time, we will wrap up our discussion of angles. Wednesday 9/21 Midpoint and Distance Formula. Students will explore the Midpoint and distance formula, and will investigate the similarity between the Pythagorean Theorem and the Distance Formula Thursday 9/22 Students will continue investigating the Midpoint and Distance formulas, deriving different methods for calculating each. Friday 9/23 Students will take a quiz on the remainder of Chapter 1. We will use this quiz to determine the review of the Basics of Geometry. 

P; 113, #Week 2: 9/1216 Monday 9/12 The Basics of Geometry: Drawing points, lines, planes, and intersections of lines HW: p 1718, #11,12,14,16,2426,3134 Tuesday 9/13 The Segment Addition postulate: What is it? How do you use is? Conceptual (drawing a segment, cutting it into parts) and abstract uses of the Segment Addition Postulate. Wednesday 9/14 Quiz on the basics of geometry: Points, lines and planes. Continue with the Segment Addition Postulate and the Distance Formula Thursday 9/15 The Distance Formula and the Pythagorean Theorem. Students will explore the differences and similarities of the two formulas. Students will explore different ways of calculating the length of a segment using either formula. Friday 9/16 Finish discussion of the Segment Addition Postulate/Distance Formula/Pythagorean Theorem. Introduce Angles and the parts that make up an angle. 

Week 1 9/59/9
Monday: 9/5 NO SCHOOL: LABOR DAY Tuesday: 9/6 1/2 Day. First day of school!! Class Rules/Procedures Wednesday: 9/7 Setting up the interactive notebook Thursday: 9/8 Setting up the interactive notebook/Pythagorean Theorem Folding activity Friday: 9/9 Debrief the Pythagorean THM activity, Begin the BASICS OF GEOMETRY 