I developed these quizzes to assess student basic knowledge of early Geometry material. Topics include: Transversal line Theorems (Corresponding Angles, Alternate Interior & Exterior Angles, Same Side Interior & Exterior Angles), justification of solving for missing angles (vertical angles, complementary angles, supplementary angles), segment length, sum of the interior angles in a triangle, polygon angle measure (knowledge of both interior and exterior angles and their respective sums).
Included are four different quizzes.
The first quiz consist of three questions and is on a full sheet of paper
Questions include: Using knowledge of vertical angles, complementary angles, and supplementary angles to solve for a missing variable. The last three questions require knowledge of segment and angle addition to solve for a missing variable. There are three versions of this quiz and it is identified by the first thumbnail.
The second quiz consist of eight questions and is on a half sheet of paper.
Questions include: Using knowledge of vertical angles, complementary angles, and supplementary angles to solve for a missing variable. *Some of the images on this quiz are the same as the first quiz, the numbers were changed. The last few questions require knowledge of interior and exterior angles in a regular polygon. There are four versions of this quiz and an example can be seen on the second thumbnail.
The third quiz is on basic image of two parallel lines cut by a transversal line and is on a half sheet of paper. I used this as a quick exit ticket after I have taught the lesson to gauge how much basic information the students grasped. Each of the eight versions has one given angle in a different position and students are not only required to solve for the other seven missing angles but justify using the theorems they have learned (corresponding, vertical and so on…) how they received the angle measures. There are eight versions to the third quiz and you can see a sample on the third thumbnail.
The forth quiz same as the second quiz (same questions) but includes a few questions at the bottom of the quiz that requires students to use their knowledge of two parallel lines cut by a transversal line. There are three versions to the third quiz and you can see a sample on the fourth thumbnail.
I did not include answer keys as I am assuming that you would want to solve them on your own quickly before you give these to your students.