Geometry(13 Units, 101 Lessons)
Big Idea: Students will engage in structured, collaborative small group and whole group discussions to see how multiple ways of seeing can deepen the class' collective understanding.
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Big Idea: Students will engage in a hands-on activity through which they will be introduced to the notion of proof by exhaustion as well as one of the big ideas of geometry: classifying and differentiating.
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Big Idea: Students will take risks and build a sense of community as they share working definitions of their criterion and show how their four-triangle figures exemplify that criterion with their peers.
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Big Idea: Students will use inductive reasoning as they try to explain patterns and solve the "How Many Squares?" problem while engaging in the mathematical practice standards.
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Big Idea: On this short assessment, students will be able to apply lessons learned from the Four Triangles problem in a new context.
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