Two quizzes focusing on the vocabulary that corresponds with the points of concurrency in triangles. Quizzes also include application problems that require students to not only memorize the definitions, but also to apply the definitions as well
This activity includes 20 cards asking students to name various geometry figures (points, lines, rays, segments, angles, midpoints, planes). The cards can be used for stations, group/partner work, class games, or individual review.
Students are given trivia questions on a worksheet. In order to get the correct answer to the trivia question, students must correctly answer a question about transformations (reflections, rotations, and translations).
Students use sine, cosine, and tangent to find the missing lengths in a right triangles. Students also use 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles to find the missing side lengths.
Two versions of the quiz are included. Could be used for retakes.
This activity is meant to be used after students have been introduced to the relationships of the angles formed by parallel lines (supplementary or congruent). It is also a good introduction to two column proofs.
Students are put in groups. The group must successfully complete task #1. The teacher will check the group answers. Once task #1 is correctly completed, the group will then be given task #2. This process continues until the group has successfully
Students self-assess their understanding of the material covered in class and choose their own homework assignment based on their level of understanding of point-slope form. When first giving this type of assignment, it is suggested that the teacher