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- This product contains three full years of editable content (Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2) for the high school mathematics classroom. It includes Guided Notes Bundles (guided notes, presentation, presentation handouts, INB foldable activities, and quick checks for understanding), Student Practice P$320.15$492.55Save $172.40
This HUGE (over 500 pages), editable Geometry curriculum pack contains three of our full-year, best selling bundles: Guided Notes Bundle (scaffolded notes, INB activities, presentation, presentation handouts, quick checks for understanding), Student Practice Pages Bundle, and Geometry Assessments Bundle, plus all of our proofs products. Whether you are a seasoned Geometry teacher, a newbie who wants structure, or a homeschool instructor, this bundle has everything you need to give your students a solid geometry foundation while providing plenty of supported practice. This entire bundle is now EDITABLE!
The consists of a full-year of guided (scaffolded) notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 13 units of study, perfect for Geometry students.
There are over 150 focused guided-note activities that contain teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the sample teacher answer keys, but you can have your students use them over and over again with problems from your own curriculum.
There are over 80 interactive notebook activities which include descriptions for use. We have not included specific examples for the interactive notebook activities. We like to give them to students for review so that they can show what they have learned and personalize their notes.
The products in this bundle also includes Quick Checks for Understanding with Answer Keys, perfect for an entrance or exit ticket! In addition, we have recently added an editable presentation (Power Point), and presentation handouts so that your students can follow along regardless of your school setting.
This bundle also contains a description of how to use the materials included and the suggested groupings for presenting the notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks with your students. In addition, we have included a bonus CCSS alignment/supplementary guide to help you plan and prepare.
The Bundle contains additional practice problems for each topic. They are similar to the quick check sections and they are great for extra practice, homework, and remediation. Answer keys are included and each page is available in an editable format!
This mega bundle also includes fully editable . These assessments include two versions of each test, perfect for a pre- and post-assessment. You can modify the tests to meet the needs of your students, or use the PDF versions as-is.
Topics included in the products in this bundle:
Lines and Angles
- Undefined Terms: Points, Lines, and Planes
- Collinear vs. Noncollinear
- Determining a Line/Determining a Plane
- Review: Draw it Out
- What is a line segment?
- What are congruent segments?
- Ruler Postulate
- Segment Addition Postulate
- What is a ray?
- What is the midpoint of a line segment?
- Midpoint on a Number Line
- Midpoint on a Coordinate Plane
- Constructing a Segment Bisector
- What is an angle?
- How do you measure an angle?
- What are congruent angles?
- What is the protractor postulate?
- What is the angle addition postulate?
- Classifying Angles
- Constructing Congruent Angles
- Angle Bisector
- Constructing an Angle Bisector
- Special Angles
- Perpendicular Lines and Right Angles
- Perpendicular Bisector
- Distance between Two Points and Distance between a Point and a Line Segment
- Distance Formula
- Things to Remember About Angles
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
- What is the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning?
- Inductive Reasoning Statements
- Deductive Reasoning Statements
- Inductive Reasoning: Conjectures and Counterexamples
- Writing an If-Then Statement
- Conditional Statements
- Conditional Statements: Identifying the hypothesis and conclusion.
- Conditional Statements (Converse, Inverse, Contrapositive)
- Deductive Reasoning (Law of Detachment and Law of Syllogism)
Introduction to Proofs (NOTES ONLY)
- What is a Proof?
- Formal Proofs (Two-Column Proofs)
- Steps for Writing a Formal Proof
- Example of an Informal Proof Using Algebra
- Review: Properties of Equality for Real Numbers
- Which property justifies the statement?
- Simple Algebra Problems: Solve and Justify
- Justifying the Steps for Algebra Problems
- Solve and Justify the Steps for Each Algebra Problem
- Write it Out: Simple Proof with Segment Addition
- Cut it Out: Simple Proof with Segment Addition
- Write it Out: Informal Proof (Segment Addition)
- Cut it Out: Writing a Two-Column Proof (Segment Addition)
- Write it Out: Simple Proof with Angle Addition
- Cut it Out: Simple Proof with Angle Addition
- Write it Out: Informal Proof (Angle Addition)
- Cut it Out: Writing a Two-Column Proof (Angle Addition)
- Your Turn: Simple Proof with Complementary Angles
- Your Turn: Writing a Two-Column Proof (Supplementary Angles)
Perpendicular and Parallel Lines
- What are parallel lines?
- Define and Draw: Skew lines and Transversals
- What are perpendicular lines?
- Parallel Lines Intersected by a Transversal
- Angles and Parallel Lines
- Postulates and Theorems for Parallel Lines
- Parallel Lines and Distance
- Review: Distance Between Two Points
- Classifying Triangles Using Angles
- Classifying Triangles Using Sides
- Angles in Triangles
- Exterior and Remote Interior Angles
- Corollaries Regarding Angle Measure in Triangles
- What are Congruent Triangles?
- Proving Triangles Congruent
- Isosceles Triangle Theorems
- Equilateral Triangle Corollaries
- Reviewing Key Terms: Perpendicular Bisector and Angle Bisector
- Defining Altitude and Median
- Review: Midpoint on a Coordinate Plane
- Things to Remember About Perpendicular Bisectors and Angle Bisectors
- Draw and Label a Right Triangle
- Proving Right Triangles are Congruent
- Inequalities for Sides and Angles of a Triangle
- Triangle Inequality Theorem
- Inequalities Involving Two Triangles
- Steps for Constructions:
- Constructing Congruent Triangles
- What is a quadrilateral?
- Things to Remember About Parallelograms
- Is a Quadrilateral a Parallelogram?
- Is a Quadrilateral a Rectangle?
- Constructing a Rectangle
- Things to Remember About Rhombi
- Constructing a Rhombus
- What is the difference between a rhombus and a square?
- Draw and Label a Trapezoid
- Things to Remember About Trapezoids
- Constructing the Median of a Trapezoid
- Cut and Paste: Relationships between Quadrilaterals
- What are similar figures?
- What is scale factor?
- What is a proportion?
- Similar Triangles
- Parallel Lines in Triangles
- Three Parallel Lines and Two Transversals
- Construction: Trisecting a Segment
- Triangle Vocabulary Review
- Parts of Similar Triangles
- Theorems: Right Triangles and Altitudes
- The Pythagorean Theorem
- Finding Missing Measures for Similar Right Triangles
- What is a geometric mean?
- What is a Pythagorean Triple?
- Special Right Triangles
- Using Special Right Triangle Relationships to Find Missing Measures (30°-60°-90°)
- Using Special Right Triangle Relationships to Find Missing Measures (45°-45°-90°)
- Trigonometric Ratios
- Using a Calculator to Find the Value of a Ratio
- Using a Calculator to Find the Value of an Angle
- Angles of Elevation and Depression
- Law of Sines
- Law of Cosines
- Circle Terms (Match)
- Picture It: Circle Terms
- Label the Circle
- What is a central angle?
- Arc Measures
- Arc Addition Postulate
- Arc Length vs. Arc Measure
- More Circle Terms
- Arcs and Chords
- Draw and Define: Inscribed Angle and Intercepted Arc
- Inscribed Angles
- Things to Remember About Tangents
- Common Tangents
- Inscribed and Circumscribed Polygons
- Construction: Tangent from a Point Outside the Circle
- Construction: Circle Inscribed in a Polygon
- Secants, Tangents, and Angle Measures
- Special Segments in a Circle
- Standard Equation of a Circle
- Area of a Sector of a Circle
- Area of a Segment of a Circle
Polygons and Area
- Definition of Polygon
- Convex vs. Concave
- Naming Polygons
- What is a regular polygon?
- Polygons and Angles
- Sum of Interior Angle Measures in Convex Polygons
- Interior Angle Measures of Regular Polygons
- Finding Interior Angle Measures for Convex Polygons that are NOT Regular
- Using the Exterior Angle Sum Theorem to Determine Interior and Exterior Angles of a Regular Polygon
- Determine if a Regular Shape will Tessellate
- Uniform vs Semi-Regular Tessellation
- Is the Semi-Regular Tessellation Possible?
- Things to Remember About Area
- Label the Parallelogram
- Label the Triangle
- Label the Trapezoid
- Label the Rhombus
- Summary of Area Formulas
- Construction Regular Hexagon
- Area of a Regular Polygon
- Finding the Apothem of a Regular Polygon
Solids and Nets (NOTES ONLY)
- Corner View Perspective
- Sketching Solids on Isometric Dot Paper
- What is a net?
- Describing Polyhedra-Define and draw each term.
- Solids and Nets
- Solids and Nets (Cut and Paste)
- Finding Solids at Home or School
- Draw a corner view of a solid given various views.
- Slicing a Solid
Surface Area and Volume
- Three-Dimensional Figures (Match)
- Characteristics of Solids
- Label the Right Prism
- Label the Right Cylinder
- Naming Prisms and Pyramids
- Label the Rectangular Pyramid
- Label the Circular Cone
- Surface Area vs. Volume
- Surface Area Summary
- Review: Summary of Area Formulas for Two-Dimensional Shapes
- Review: Finding the Apothem of a Regular Polygon
- Review: Area of a Regular Polygon
- Volume Summary
- Label the Sphere
- Sphere Terms: Great Circle and Hemisphere
- Congruent and Similar Solids
- What is a Transformation?
- Isometry vs. Similarity
- Reflections on the Coordinate Plane (Handout)
- Reflections When Given the Vertices (Handout)
- Translations Given the Direction (Handout)
- Translations Using Two Reflections(Handout)
- Rotate an image 90° (Handout)
- Finding the Scale Factor of a Dilation
4 additional proofs products have now been included in this bundle. They include scaffolded notes (with keys) and INB activities.
Please see individual units for detailed descriptions and previews.
These units can be used for introducing topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year.
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