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This is a set of 6 cut & paste Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Proofs. 2 Versions of each proof are included for easy differentiation of learning. Version A has student sort both the statements and reasons while Version B has students only sort the reasons to the matching statement (which

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Also included in: Proofs Activity Bundle

Proving Lines are Parallel (Using Converses) Sort, Cut, and Paste Activity
Students will practice identifying parallel lines using the Corresponding Angles Converse, Alternate Interior Angles Converse, Alternate Exterior Angles Converse, and Consecutive Interior Angles Converse. Simply give each st

Are you looking for a way to ease your students into complex proofs? This printable study guide/homework assignment involves the following theorems and postulates:
-Converse of the Corresponding Angles Postulate
-Converse of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem
-Converse oft the Alternate Exterior

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This is a set of two guided, color-coded notebook pages for the interactive math notebook on proving lines parallel. Includes a graphic organizer with color-coded notes and diagrams on the converses of the properties of parallel lines. Includes introduction proofs with color-coded examples of provin

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Students will partner up and use highlighters to identify various angle pairs including alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding and same-side interior angles. They will also fill in missing blanks to complete statements about parallel lines, transversals and angle pairs.
Students will

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Scaffold your students’ ability to complete Geometry Proofs with this fun, engaging activity. This product has two fill-in-the-blank proofs, with a mixture of statements and reasoning missing. Students complete the proof and use their answers to complete the crossword puzzle, which allows them to se

This guided note sheet helps students use angle relationships to determine whether or not lines are parallel. This also covers biconditional statements and converse statements such as: converse of alternate interior angles, the converse of corresponding angles, etc.
Answer key is included!
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Geometry Unit 3 Prove Lines are Parallel Worksheet
Students will practice skills using corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, consecutive interior, and consecutive exterior angles with parallel lines having one or more transversals.
Students will determine which lines are parallel

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This is a digital version of my Proving Lines are Parallel Sorting Activity designed in Google Slides.
Using the angle markings or given angle measures measures, students will determine which two lines are parallel. They also need to determine which converse (Corresponding Angles Converse, Alternat

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Also included in: All Things Algebra® - Digital Activities Bundle for Google Slides™ - VOLUME 1

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3-3 Proving Lines Parallel (aligned to Pearson Geometry Common Core 2015, Section 3.3)
This 9-slide PowerPoint presentation has been made using quality graphics and lesson-enhancing animations. I strongly recommend downloading the preview file to see examples of the way my animatio

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30 question thorough worksheet assessing whether students know the postulates and theorems surrounding proving lines parallel using angles formed by transversal. Lots of algebraic problems as well.
This product does not have 2-column proofs. If you are looking for those, please check out my Proof

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One quiz on concepts relating to proving lines are parallel
Another quiz on algebraically solving to make the lines parallel
Both include keys

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About this resource:Looking for a fun or new way to deliver notes? Then, doodle notes are for you! These notes encourage creativity while delivering new concepts. Doodle notes keep students engaged and makes note-taking more fun!This set of doodle notes teaches the concept of Proving Lines Parallel.

This product contains the proof of the:
1) Converse of the Corresponding Angles Theorem
2) Converse of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem
3) Converse of the Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem
4) Converse of the Same-Side (Consecutive) Interior Angles Theorem
Students are given blank two-column pr

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Proving Lines are Parallel
This lesson is designed to build students' confidence while writing proofs. Students start out by making simple proof puzzles, followed by well scaffolded proofs which included teaching students how to make a plan for writing a proof. The practice problems slowly remo

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Also included in: Proofs and Parallel Lines Digital Unit BUNDLE Geometry

This is a complete lesson on proving lines are parallel using vectors that looks at how to use vectors to show the three points are co-linear or that 2 lines are parallel.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support an

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Use these guided notes to help your kids discover how to use facts about the measures of corresponding and alternate interior angles to prove that two lines are parallel or not parallel. - RJ Larry
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

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Complete Lesson on Proving Lines Parallel.
Included in this 28 page document is:
1. 12 Page Lesson Plan with Examples and References
2. POD or Warm-up
3. Written Objective
4. Introduction Picture
5. Notes and Examples with Answer Key
6. Homework with Answer Key
7. Formative Assessment Exit Card
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In this activity students will determine if two lines are parallel by comparing corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, same-side interior, and same-side exterior angles. They will then check their answers by using the slopes of the lines.
Students can work individually or in small g

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Day 20 in a series of Powerpoint Presentation lessons for High School Geometry. File is editable but requires MathType (trial version can be downloaded for free). Introduces proofs of parallel lines. Presents exercises and proofs in an interactive manner.

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recognize angle pairs that occur with parallel lines
CCSS: G.CO.9, G.CO.12
File contains blank lesson and completed lesson with solutions. Lessons compatible with McGraw-Hill Glencoe Geometry textbook.

This is a power point presentation that goes through the steps of discovering that the slope of parallel lines will be the same.

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Scaffolded notes, as well as corresponding warm-ups. Please let me know if you have any questions! Enjoy!

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Guided notes that align with the McGraw Hill Glencoe Common Core Edition Geometry book and interactive PowerPoint presentations provided with the curriculum. Perfect for students who struggle with copying all of the notes in class, struggle with organization or knowing what notes are important, or

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