Reflection: Intervention and Extension Review: Arcs, Angles, Chords, Tangents, and Proof - Section 1: Arcs and Angles Menu


In the menu activity, students move freely from station to station, working on various problems of their own choosing.  A change I made during this lesson was to use this time to check in with students who I know have been struggling with some of the current circles topics.  I felt that this was an extremely valuable use of time because I now gained an opportunity to work individually with students who need the most help but who often shy away from asking questions in class.  Additionally, I felt this was an ideal way to provide individualized help without calling attention to the student in front of his/her peers.

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Review: Arcs, Angles, Chords, Tangents, and Proof

Unit 9: Discovering and Proving Circles Properties
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to solve problems and write proofs using a variety of circles properties.

Big Idea: In a kinesthetic menu activity, students will be able to choose from a variety of problems to work on to review for their upcoming Circles Assessment.

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Math, Geometry, circles, properties of circles, circle constructions
  55 minutes
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