Guided notes that align with the McGraw Hill Glencoe Common Core Edition Geometry book and interactive PowerPoint presentations provided with the curriculum. Perfect for students who struggle with copying all of the notes in class, struggle with organization or knowing what notes are important, or for students who have an accommodation of notes listed in an IEP of 504 document.
Notes are scaffolded to help students learn how to take notes and include all vocabulary terms and key concepts from each lesson and all example problems with images and graphs from the PowerPoint presentations. Answers to practice problems are not provided within the notes. Numerous fill-in the blank spots help students follow along either with the teacher at the board or with the book. Space is provided for students to work each example problem and blank graphs are provided when graphing is needed.
Guided notes are Doc files so teachers can edit them to meet their own personal needs.
I used these notes with my students in the 2016-2017 school year, and they really appreciated them. Some students used them to follow right along with me as I taught and other students used them to follow along in their book so they could see the information better and more at their own pace. The special education teacher who works with the students in my Geometry class loved these guided notes.
These guided notes also worked well for students who were absent from class as the students could then copy the notes from the book and had the examples at hand to then fill in the work from a classmate.
Similar guided notes for all lessons in this Geometry series are available through my TPT website. The guided notes for lesson 1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes is free as a sample. Guided notes are available at a discount if you purchase an entire unit at a time and an even larger discount if you purchase the entire set.