Course: Copy of Geometry

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Course Description

Geometry is the second-year course of the traditional high school mathematics class trajectory, which progresses as follows: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trig/Math Analysis/Pre-Calculus. We are using the College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM) Connections curriculum, and specifically the Geometry Connections textbook. This course is student-centered, inquiry-based, and is designed for students to discover mathematics That having been said, we will still emphasize the study and memorization of essential vocabulary, theorems, and postulates essential to the understanding of high school Geometry. This course is rigorous and demands that each student justify his/her mathematical thinking.

Units and Lessons

Course Overview Resources: 5

These are big picture documents. They include: syllabi, course maps, and pacing guides.

Transformations Resources: 17

These documents support the learning of various transformations including translations (slides), rotations, and reflections.

Angle Relationships Resources: 30

These documents support the understanding of complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles, and the angles created from two lines cut by a transversal.

Similarity/Congruence in Triangles Resources: 11

These support documents contain information on SAS and SSS triangle similarity, and SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL triangle congruence, in addition to polygonal congruence in general.

Trigonometry Resources: 5

These documents support the understanding of sine, cosine, and tangent within the right triangle, in addition to the angle and side relationships of certain special right triangles.

Quadrilaterals Resources: 22

These documents support the understanding of the side and angle relationships of numerous quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rhombi, kites, trapezoids, squares and rectangles.

Polygons Resources: 24

These documents support student understanding of interior and exterior angle relationships of polygons, and the concept of regular polygons.

Circles Resources: 16

These documents support student understanding of circles and the related parts of circles including radii, diameters, tangents, secants, chords, central and inscribed angles. These documents also support student understanding of area and circumference of circles, and the formula to solve for the equation of a circle.

Solids Resources: 6

These documents provide students with formulas for the surface area and volume of various solids including prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones.

Support/Resource Resources: 24


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