This Geometry instructional support material presents a balanced approach between inductive and deductive reasoning, will help students learn geometric concepts and use the knowledge gained to deduce solutions.
The first several chapters will have students build a basic framework for learning geometry. After this framework is established, they will learn geometry as it applies to their everyday life. It is here where students will internalize the knowledge required and be able to effectively produce in the classroom. That means being able to do more than just simply recite definitions or prove theorems. Instead it means using the knowledge and reasoning skills taught in this course of study and applying that knowledge and skill to situations that are important to them.
Topics include Geometric Foundations, Geometric Relationships, Trying Triangles, Quirky Quadrilaterals, Crafty Circles, Coordinate Geometry, Area Three-Dimensional Geometry, Similarity Trigonometry, Transformations and Tessellations.