8th Grade Math(14 Units, 152 Lessons)
Big Idea: Introduce and explore the connections between supplementary and complementary angles using algebra.
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Big Idea: Students get a change to make informal arguments about angles and explain why and when angles will be equal when they are cut by a transversal.
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Big Idea: In this investigation we open with AA criterion for triangles and help students discover that the exterior angles of a triangle (and any polygon) must always add to 360.
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Big Idea: We should let students observe the relationships between different types of angles and develop their intuition.
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Big Idea: Students need directed feedback to help understand the content they are learning in class.
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Big Idea: Students can better understand a topic when they compare strategies and learn from each other's ideas.
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Big Idea: Looking for a direct or an abstract connection to a concept can bring math content to life.
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