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Printable PDF & Digital Versions are included in this distance learning ready activity which consists of 6 cut & paste Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Proofs. Easily Differentiate with 2 Included VersionVersion A has student sort both the statements and reasons.Version B has students on
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, Alternate
This engaging activity allows students to practice completing parallel lines cut by a transversal proofs and proving lines parallel. - Two proofs require students to use angle theorems/postulates (corresponding angle postulate, alternate interior angle theorem, etc.) to prove an angle relationship
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9th - 11th
The goal of this activity is to have students prove that when given parallel lines alternate interior angles are congruent, alternate exterior angles are congruent, and consecutive interior angles are supplementary. This activity provides scaffolding to allow students to generate the proofs of thes
This Activity allows students to use Pipe-cleaners to create angles in a transversal and compare all other angles in the transversal to find congruency. They then will define pertinent terms help answer questions. Also students will use what they discover to set up equations to solve for a variable.
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9th - 11th
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
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8th - 11th
This is a powerpoint that I used to introduce parallel lines to my first graders. It presents parallel lines in language that is friendly to young learners, and it includes a sorting task in which students must classify sets of lines as parallel or not parallel. I recommend having students show thei
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1st - 3rd
About this resource:Looking for a fun or new way to deliver notes? Then, doodle guides are for you! These guides encourage creativity while delivering new concepts. Doodle guides keep students engaged and makes note-taking more fun!This doodle guide teaches the concept of Proving Lines Parallel.Also
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 can be used as Task Cards or a walk around activity. I have included both the small version (4 per sheet) and the larger version (1 per sheet). There are 24 questions that ask the student to solve for a variable and tell what type of angle they are. This activity deals with Corresponding Ang
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9th - 12th
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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8th - 12th, Higher Education
About this resource:This document contains a Crack the Code worksheet that reinforces the concept of Proving Lines Parallel. Students will match 10 problems in pairs of answers. Connecting the matching pairs with a line will reveal 5 letters. Unscramble these letters to crack a 4-color code!Please s
This activity sheet gives students images of each of the six main types of quadrilaterals and asks them to apply their mathematical knowledge to explain how they know which type of quadrilateral it is. Quadrilaterals Prove It! requires students to articulate their knowledge of quadrilateral propert
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6th
Welcome to my interactive, FULLY DIFFERENTIATED Geometry curriculum.There are access points throughout this course for students in the 1st Grade level all the way up to the 12th grade level and beyond. This is a tried and tested course used in an extremely diverse urban classroom where students are
This proving lines parallel resource is a pdf download that contains a link to the file and instructions on how to use it in your classroom.In this activity, students will complete 12 questions focusing on the converse theorems.students will determine if lines are parallel and why (4 questions)stude
This activity can be used as a whole class discussion, collaborative group activity or jigsaw activity. Students use the Converse of Corresponding Angles Postulate to prove 5 other theorems to prove lines parallel.Answer key is included!
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8th - 12th
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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8th - 11th
Intro to Proofs. Looking at ways to prove lines parallel. Starts off with the different types of angles being either congruent or supplementary (i.e. corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, same side interior angles, etc.). Moves to a guided proof that the students can do, and then finis
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8th - 10th
This activity help students hone their skills with parallel lines. Students must determine if 2 lines are parallel based on the angles not the appearance of the lines. Some lines appear to be parallel but are not and others appear not parallel but should be. Student sort the cards into 3 categori
This foldable can by used to teach the converses of the theorems about special angle pairs formed by parallel lines. Theorems covered in the foldable, along with one algebraic example of how to use each theorem, are the following: Converse of Alternate Interior Angles Theorem Converse of Same-Side
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8th - 12th
In this activity, students will first complete a set of task cards requiring them to find the slope in a variety of ways: given two points, given an equation in slope-intercept form, & given an equation in standard form. Next, students will use their answers from the task cards to determine if
Students will cut out the statements and the reasons for two 2-column proofs and put them in order to prove each exercise.This is a good way to help students start to organize their thoughts and work on developing the skills necessary to do a 2-column proof.ANSWER KEY INCLUDEDIf you are looking for
If you haven't tried assessing your students with online quizzes, then you are seriously missing out. This is a set of 40 problems prepared in Google Forms™ that will make your life so much easier. Additional problems may be added over time.The questions are generally in a multiple-choice format, bu
The product is a link to a gif file that I made that demonstrates how to prove lines parallel with angles and transversal. I use the file in two ways: first I embed the file into my google slide lessons that I use in google classroom and second I play the file on the board as my students are practic
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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