I am teaching an honors level Geometry course next year. Most students in this class will have "missed" 7th and 8th grade Geometry since they jumped into Algebra 1 instead. Therefore, as a summer assignment we are giving students this note packet as a way to "catch up" and be prepared for High School Geometry.
These notes are quite similar to the Pre-Algebra version.
However, differences include:
-more notations (symbols and markings on figures)
-2 postulates (angle addition and segment addition)
-additional vocabulary: bisect and partition
-a new section on angle pairs
-more complex examples (i.e. instead of an angle with only one point on each ray - quite easy to name - I've added points to make a more challenging example)