Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Introduction to Geometry - Section 1: Going Over the Homework

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Intrinsic Motivation: Introduction to Geometry

Introduction to Geometry

Unit 1: Tools of Geometry
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Big Idea: There's no doubt about it - we've got to know them! Important geometric definitions and vocabulary.

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Math, point, Geometry, line, midpoint, line segment, congruent segments, plane, undefined terms, length, infinite, collinear, coplanar, intersecting, horizontal, vertical, ray, classroom norms and expectations
90 minutes

Beth Menzie

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