Geometry Writing in Math Prompts

Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
Geometry Writing in Math Prompts
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In this YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resource, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding!

I have tried to make these prompts as versatile as possible. Each writing prompt has 3 versions and templates are included for you to also make your own. There are 109 writing prompts included!

Every writing prompt is given in three versions: exit tickets or warmups, interactive notebook pages, and a PDF presentation. You will also receive templates to make your own AND a full answer key. There are 6-11 prompts for each unit and an additional 18 general prompts that can be used throughout the school year.

CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FOR IDEAS FOR USE!

Some of the prompts include:
- When you make mistakes, what do you do first? Do you make corrections or ask questions? Why or why not?
- Do any points remain invariant under glide reflections? Draw a diagram to help you explain.
- How could it be useful to have different formats that can be used when writing a proof?
- Fatima claims that it is possible to rewrite any proof that uses the AAS Theorem as a proof for the ASA Postulate. Do you agree with Fatima? Explain why or why not.
- Why is the hypotenuse always the longest side of a triangle?
- Describe two ways to show that all isosceles right triangles are similar to each other.
- Explain why parallelograms are always quadrilaterals, but quadrilaterals are sometimes parallelograms.
- Explain how you can use a scale factor to determine whether a transformation is an enlargement, a reduction, or a congruence transformation.
- If the measure of an arc in a circle is tripled, will the chord of the new arc be three times as long as the chord or the original arc?
- I want to become better at math so that I can. . .
- How can you show a quadrilateral is an isosceles trapezoid? Draw and label a diagram to help you explain.
- Explain how a cylinder and a prism are alike and how they are different.
- How do you study for a math test? Why do you think that your study methods work? How could you improve them?


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