Geometry Final Exam is a comprehensive exam of the 1st semester of Geometry. It can also be used as a review for the end of course. The exam includes questions on complementary vs. supplementary angles, quadrilaterals, exterior angles of
This is a quiz on Special Right Triangles. It covers 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 special right triangles in geometry. It can be used as a Quiz or adapted as Classwork, Homework, or Extra Credit.
This is in Microsoft Word, so it is completely editable
This is a PowerPoint presentation on Special Right Triangles. It starts off with the students seeing a square and identifying the properties they already know (accessing prior knowledge) and building up to the Pythagorean Theorem. Then, the
This is an Algebra 1A Final Exam. It covers topics from the first semester, in a multiple choice format. It could also be used as a pre-assessment, diagnostic or study guide. A scoring sheet is also attached for easier grading. Additionally,
This activity is a handout for students to go outside of the classroom (or, inside if you prefer), to use the tangent ratio to find the height of unknown objects, such as a flag pole, a tree, or their own scenario. Students will need to make an
This handout provides students with directions on creating an inclinometer to use during the unit on trigonometric ratios, specifically the tangent ratio, when trying to find the height of unknown objects.
Students can use an inclinometer to find
This was used as an Exit Ticket for my students to gauge their understanding of 45-45-90 special right triangles as they left for the day. The top portion has them find the hypotenuse given the length of a leg; and the bottom portion has them find