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# Introduction to Proofs Assessment

Lesson 10 of 10

## Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of logic, theorems, postulates and basic proofs

#### Assessment

*45 min*

On this End of Unit Assessment, I included a variety of question types, including: multiple choice, true-false, short and long answer. Different students prefer and do better on different types of questions. Using a variety helps make the assessment more accessible to more students.

While students are working on the assessment, I circulate around the classroom to ensure students stay on task and work independently. I answer questions about non-content vocabulary and clarify instructions, but answer little else.

The students have the whole class period to work on the exam. If extra time is needed, I allow them to come back during lunch or after school to complete the exam.

After I grade the assessment, I hand it back to the students and allow them to make test corrections for partial credit. My goal is for the students to learn the concept and correct misconceptions.

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- UNIT 1: Preparing for the Geometry Course
- UNIT 2: Geometric Constructions
- UNIT 3: Transformational Geometry
- UNIT 4: Rigid Motions
- UNIT 5: Fall Interim Assessment: Geometry Intro, Constructions and Rigid Motion
- UNIT 6: Introduction to Geometric Proofs
- UNIT 7: Proofs about Triangles
- UNIT 8: Common Core Geometry Midcourse Assessment
- UNIT 9: Proofs about Parallelograms
- UNIT 10: Similarity in Triangles
- UNIT 11: Geometric Trigonometry
- UNIT 12: The Third Dimension
- UNIT 13: Geometric Modeling
- UNIT 14: Final Assessment

- LESSON 1: Converses and Inverses
- LESSON 2: Contrapositives
- LESSON 3: Biconditionals
- LESSON 4: What are Geometric Proofs?
- LESSON 5: Algebraic Proofs
- LESSON 6: Proofs using Postulates
- LESSON 7: Proofs about Angles
- LESSON 8: Parallel Lines Intersected by a Transversal
- LESSON 9: Proofs about Perpendicular Bisectors
- LESSON 10: Introduction to Proofs Assessment