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This Smartboard Lesson includes • a Do Now that reviews setting up proportions since they will be used in working with the Side Splitter Theorem and the Angle Bisector Theorem• a slide to recall several equivalent forms for given proportions. These proportions will be used in later slides.• a slide

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9^{th} - 11^{th}

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Students work with a partner. One partner does the problems on the left side, the other partner does the questions on the right side. The questions are different, however, the answers are the same. One both students arrive at the same answer they can move on to the next question.

This is a self-checking activity that includes 2 mini-mazes. Each maze contains 5 problems about the side-splitter theorem. Students will find the value of x for each diagram, follow the path to the finish, and shade the path. All answers should be rounded to the nearest tenth.The content covered in

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Geometry Maze Activities BUNDLE

No prep notes and practice with side splitter theorem! Get the notes and practice for the entire year HERE at a discounted rate!Features:**NEW** Turn this PDF into a digital interactive worksheet! LEARN MORE HERE!Brief introduction to the side splitter theorem2 sample problems6 practice problems of

Also included in: Similar Triangles and Polygons Notes and Worksheet Bundle

This side splitter theorem guided worksheet provides practice solving for side lengths within triangles using the side-splitter theorem. It includes step-by-step instructions that includes a proof of the side-splitter theorem using the students’ previous understanding of similar triangles. There are

If you haven't tried assessing your students with online quizzes, then you are seriously missing out. This is a set of 12 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

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Geometry Digital Question Banks - Unit 10 - Similarity BUNDLE

These are 12 practice problems with diagrams on side-splitter theorem in triangles and trapezoids. The slides with problems are four as there are three problems per slide. The first two slides (the first 6 problems) are applying the side-splitter theorem in triangles and the last two slides (6 probl

Also included in: All my GEOMETRY Growing Activities Bundle - 25% Savings

Lesson introducing the side splitter theorem for similar triangles included with google form submit classwork.

TIP THE SCALES in your favor with this collection of 4 interactive digital tipping point activities. Students will enjoy working these traditional problems in a more modern format.This activity is designed for use in a high school geometry classroom. The concepts are addressed in more depth in Simil

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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This Google Forms assessment is a quick review on side splitter theorem! This resource is no-prep with zero-grading to do since an answer key has already been preset for you! The five questions will require students to use the side splitter theorem to write and solve proportions. Includes a questio

Also included in: Geometry Digital Activity and Assessment Bundle

This set of notes is perfect if you need to save time and deliver the basics to your students. The 1-page topic-specific format is great for targeted instruction. There is also a pair of slides in PDF format that can be used to display the information from the handout.The content covered in this set

Grades:

8^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Geometry to the Point - Full Year BUNDLE

Doodle Notes - Proportional Triangles and Side-SplittersAll rights reserved. For your classroom use only.Copyright Teach101-2018

Students learn the ratios involved in the Theorem by measuring triangles and finding the ratios of the segments involved.
Materials Needed: Ruler, calculator

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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This geometry foldable organizes notes, diagrams, and examples for the Side-Splitter Theorem, the Corollary to the Side-Splitter Theorem, and the Triangle-Angle-Bisector Theorem. Examples require students to solve an algebraic proportion.Perfect for interactive notebooks or as a stand alone graphic

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

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This self-grading digital assignment provides students with practice applying the Side-Splitter Theorem, the Corollary to the Side-Splitter Theorem, and the Triangle-Angle-Bisector Theorem. Question types include: "multiple-choice" and "short- response".TpT will automatically add this form & fi

Give your high school geometry students practice applying the Triangle Proportionality or Side-Splitter Theorem during distance learning! This self-grading Google Sheet activity has students practice applying the theorem to determine if the segment in the triangle is parallel to the third side, and

Also included in: Geometry Activities Bundle Digital and Print Activities

This set of worksheets includes notes and practice on solving for missing sides in similar polygons, side splitter theorem, midsegments of triangles, and the mean proportional in right triangles. A review sheet is also included.Note: These notes are part of a full year bundle that can be purchased

Give your high school geometry students practice applying the Triangle Proportionality or Side-Splitter Theorem during distance learning! This Google Form practice activity has students practice applying the theorem to determine if the segment in the triangle is parallel to the third side, and solvi

Also included in: Geometry Activities Bundle Digital and Print Activities

This flipbook for proportions in triangles has three flaps. The first flap has the Side Splitter Theorem. Along with the theorem, there are three examples. The next flap is the Side Splitter Theorem Corollary. The theorem is written with a diagram, and there are two examples. The last flap is the

This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on proportional parts created by similar triangles. Problems require students to use the Side-Splitter Theorem, the Corollary to Side-Splitter Theorem (Parallel Lines), and the Triangle-Angle-Bisector Theorem to solve for missing parts.
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Also included in: Geometry Scavenger Hunt and Activity Bundle

Structure and support student learning with this Geometry Interactive Notebook page about the Triangle Proportionality Theorem, also known as the Side-Splitter Theorem. This pdf includes 2 scaffolded, fill-in-the-blank notebook pages for your Similarity High School Geometry Unit with an explanation

Also included in: Geometry Interactive Notebook: Similarity Unit Bundle

Around-the-Room's increase student engagement! Get your students up and walking around, working collaboratively, and self-checking for accuracy.
Includes Side-Splitter Theorem, Triangle Angle Bisector Theorem and finding missing sides of similar figures. Includes answers and a recording sheet for s

This digital self-checking activity is a great way for students to practice various solving when given different types of similar triangles include side splitter theorem and mean proportionals!Details:12 questions requiring students to solve for missing sides in similar trianglesIncludes separate si

Also included in: Geometry Digital Activity Bundle

In this Geometry lesson, we explore various Proportions in Triangles by first reviewing the geometric mean. The following theorems are introduced, along with examples and problems:Side-Splitter TheoremTriangle Midsegment TheoremTriangle Angle Bisector TheoremThis lesson can be taught in person or o