Review game with stations AND a review sheet students do at each station.
**10 minutes per station; warning at 7 minutes to complete the specified problems from Unit V Review.
**Students will be carrying around their assignments from this unit (1, 2, and 3)
1. Catch-Up Station
a. Students who have not turned in the three homework assignment for this Unit V must sit at this station until they finish. After finishing, they will be able to participate in the review.
2. Triangle Review Game (3x3 Magic Squares)
a. Students will play the review game on triangles (matching up the sides of the 9 squares to create a 3x3 square).
b. After they have accomplished this, they will complete #1, 2 on the Unit V Examples.
3. Int./Ext. Angle Sum Hands-On Activity
a. Students will manipulate a pre-cut triangle (one per student) to visually understand why the interior angle sum of a triangle is 180 (fold all corners of triangle together; all three angles make a 180 line) and one exterior angle is the sum of the opposite interior angles (extend one line segment of triangle with pencil; tear off the opposite interior angles; fit both torn angles in exterior angle spot to match the exterior angle to the sum of the opposite interior angles).
b. After they have accomplished this, they will complete #3, 4 on the Unit V Examples.
4. Concept Map
a. Students will use the concept map (CMAP) that they created in class to help them determine which characteristics of triangles they can use to help them solve the problems on the Unit V Examples (#5, 6). For example, they are faced with a triangle with two congruent sides. Their thought process is: “I have a triangle I can classify it by sides two congruent sides = Isosceles triangle Isosceles triangles have certain properties that I can use if I am given two congruent sides, I can use the Isosceles Triangle Theorem
5. Altitude/Median/Bisector Flash Cards
a. Students will place 16 flashcards down on table with diagrams showing. They will work together (or separately—they can split the flash cards between them and switch [move their set to the right] when everyone has finished) to determine whether they have been given a picture of an altitude, median, orthocenter, circumcenter, angle bisector, or perpendicular bisector.
b. After they have accomplished this, they will complete #7 on the Unit V Examples.
6. Mix & Match T-Chart Proof
a. Students will be given parts of the proof from the Unit V Examples (#8, 9; color-coded). They will work together to create the proof for #8 using the blue cards, then copy down the proof on their Unit V Examples. Afterwards, they will again work together to create the proof for #9 using the yellow cards, then copy down the proof on their Unit V Examples.
a. Students will take out their assignments 1, 2, and 3 from this unit. Ms. Holland will have all the answers and first make sure that they have all the answers to the homework assignments. Then, they will be able to ask any questions they may have. This station was created to ensure that every student has an understanding of what is being asked of them.