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GEOMETRY; AGENDA; DAY 48; MON. [OCT. 31, 2011]

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- BENCH WARMER; Interim, Discuss Test items from test booklet.
- TRIANGLE SUM CONJECTURE
- OBJECTIVE: Discover and explain the sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 4.1; pg. 203 # 1 – 9
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 204 # 10 – 12 & 20 - 25

- BENCH WARMER; Interim, Discuss Test items from test booklet.
- OBJECTIVE: Discover and explain the sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle.
- ACTIVITIES: Practice workbook. Lesson 4.1
- HOME LEARNING: WORKBOOK [PRACTICE]

- BENCH WARMER; Interim, Discuss Test items from test booklet.
- PROPERTIES OF ISOSCELES TRIANGLES
- OBJECTIVE: Discover a relationship between the base angles of an isosceles triangle.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 4.2.1, 4.2.2 [Base Angles in an Isosceles Triangle]. PG. 208 # 1 - 10
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 210 # 13 - 21

- BENCH WARMER; Interim, Discuss Test items from test booklet.
- TRIANGLE INEQUALITIES
- OBJECTIVE: Investigate inequalities among sides and angles in triangles; Discover the exterior Angle Conjecture.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3.
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 218 # 1 - 16

- BENCH WARMER; Interim, Discuss Test items from test booklet.
- OBJECTIVE: Identify length of sides and missing angles of triangles.; Discover the exterior Angle Conjecture.
- ACTIVITIES: Practice Workbook, Lesson 4.3
- HOME LEARNING: Workbook, lesson 4.3

- BENCH WARMER; What are the coordinates of the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints (2, 5) and (4, -7).
- OBJECTIVE: Identify length of sides and missing angles of triangles.; Discover the exterior Angle Conjecture. [QUIZ: CHAPTER. 4.1 – 4.3]
- ACTIVITIES: Practice Workbook, Lesson 4.3
- PAGE 220 #19 – 24 [ALL]
- HOME LEARNING: QUIA.COM ASSIGNED WORK.

- OBJECTIVE: Complete worksheet on isosceles triangle, triangle sum conjecture, and triangle inequalities.
- ACTIVITIES: Worksheet on triangles.
- HOME LEARNING: Complete QUIA.COM assignment.

- BENCH WARMER: Tell whether it is possible to draw a triangle with the given side lengths;
- [a] 3 in., 5 in., 4 in. [b]. 1 cm., 7 cm, 8 cm.
- OBJECTIVE: Explore shortcut methods for determining whether triangles are congruent.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigations 4.4.1; 4.4.2
- Page 224 # 1 – 10
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 225 # 12 - 20

- BENCH WARMER: For triangle ABC IF <A = 52 degrees, <B = 88 degrees and <C = 40 degrees, then AB is the shortest side.
- OBJECTIVE: Explore shortcut methods for determining whether triangles are congruent.
- ACTIVITIES: PRACTICE workbook; LESSON 4.4
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 226 #23 - 27

- BENCH WARMER: “If two diagonals of a quadrilateral are perpendicular, then the quadrilateral is a rhombus.” True or False?
- OBJECTIVE: Explore shortcut methods for determining whether triangles are congruent
- ACTIVITIES: INVESTIGATIONS 4.5.1, 4.5.2,
- 4.5.3; Pg. 229 # 4 – 19.
- HOME LEARNING: Review for test on Tuesday 11/15/11;(Ch.4.1- 4.5); www.quia.com activity.

- BENCH WARMER: Find the next two terms of the algebraic sequence. X + 3y, 2x + y, 3x + 4y, 5x + 5y, 8x + 9y, 13x + 14y, ______, _______;
- OBJECTIVE: Find missing angles, tell triangle inequalities.
- ACTIVITIES: CHAPTER 4.1 – 4.5 TEST.
- HOME LEARNING: WORKSHEET.

- BENCH WARMER; Pg. 248 Algebraic activity.
- Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles:
- OBJECTIVE: Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides are congruent by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent, then applying CPCTC.
- ACTIVITIES: Pg. 233 # 1 – 11
- HOME LEARNING; Practice w/bk; Lesson 4.5 & 4.6

- BENCH WARMER: Can you draw a triangle using the following measurements; 7 cm, 5 cm, & 3 cm?
- FLOWCHART THINKING; Ch. 4.7 Pg. 237
- OBJECTIVE: Create Flowchart proofs.
- ACTIVITIES: Collect Pg. 233 # 1 – 11;
- Class work: Practice 4.5 & 4.6
- HOME LEARNING: PG. 239 # 1 – 7 PG. 240 # 8 - 14

- BENCH WARMER: Draw triangle ABC and label the sides from least to greatest; c>b>a.
- PROVING SPECIAL TRIANGLE CONJECTURE
- OBJECTIVE: Practice writing flowchart proofs.
- ACTIVITIES: Pg. 239 # 1 – 5. Pg. 241 # 8 – 13.
- HOME LEARNING; www. Quia.com activity. [GEOMETRY TEST CHAPTER 4]

- BENCH WARMER: The angle bisector of the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle is also the median and altitude; (T,F)
- OBJECTIVE: Practice writing flowchart proofs.
- Investigate vertex angle bisectors of isosceles triangles
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 4.8.1, 4.8.2: Pg. 245 # 1 – 5
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 246 #12 - 16

- BENCH WARMER: The orthocenter is always inside the triangle. (T, F)
- OBJECTIVE: Use conjectures of properties of triangles to solve geometric problems. Complete review worksheet.
- ACTIVITIES: Discuss pg. 246 # 12 - 16 Pg. 252 # 7 – 24 (all)
- HOME LEARNING: Worksheet Chapter 4

- BENCH WARMER: The circumcenter is of equal distance from the vertices of a triangle. (T, F)
- OBJECTIVE: Use conjectures of properties of triangles to solve geometric problems. (SSS, SAS, SAA, ASA) Complete review worksheet.
- ACTIVITIES: Complete WORKSHEET
- HOME LEARNING: HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

- BENCH WARMER: Some rectangles are squares.
- [T, F]; The sum of the exterior angle of any polygon is 360 degrees. [T, F]
- POLYGON SUM CONJECTURE; Pg. 258
- OBJECTIVE: Discover the sum of the angle measures in a polygon.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 5.1.1 [Pg. 258]
- Pg. 258 # 1 – 15
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 261; #16, 18 – 21;

- BENCH WARMER: The sum of the interior angles of a nonagon is =
- EXTERIOR ANGLES OF A POLYGON
- OBJECTIVE : Discover the sum of the measures of the exterior angles of a polygon.
- ACTIVITIES: Discuss Pg. 261 # 16 & 18 – 21;
- Investigation 5.2.1; Pg. 263 # 1 - 12
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 264 # 13 - 17

- BENCH WARMER: The measure of one exterior angle of a regular heptagon is =?
- KITE & TRAPEZOID PROPERTIES
- OBJECTIVES: Discover properties of kites and trapezoids
- ACTIVITIES: Investigations 5.3.1; 5.3.2;
- Pg. 271 # 1 - 9.
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 271 # 1 - 9.

- BENCH WARMER:What is the point of concurrency of the altitude called? ___
- TEST on Polygon Sum Conjecture
- OBJECTIVES: Define and discover properties of mid-segments in triangles and trapezoids.
- ACTIVITIES: Test: Discuss Pg. 271 # 1 – 9; Investigations 5.4.1, 5.4.2
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 277 # 1 - 10

- BENCH WARMER: Find the slope of the ordered pairs. (3, 5) (6, 8)
- OBJECTIVES: Define and discover properties of mid-segments in triangles and trapezoids.
- ACTIVITIES: Discuss Pg. 271 # 1 – 9; Investigations 5.4.1, 5.4.2
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 277 # 1 – 10

- BENCH WARMER: The sum of the angles of an obtuse triangle is greater than an acute triangle. [T, F]
- OBJECTIVE: Define and discover properties of mid-segments in triangles and trapezoids.
- ACTIVITIES: Pg. 279 #12 – 16. [activity on www.regentspreps.org
- HOME LEARNING: www.QUIA.COM activity.

- BENCH WARMER: Write an equation that passes through the points (3, 6) and (5, 9)
- Properties of a Parallelogram
- OBJECTIVE: Discover properties of parallelograms
- ACTIVITIES:Investigations 5.5; Pg. 283 # 1 – 10.
- HOME LEARNING: worksheet on lesson 5.4 & 5.4

- BENCH WARMER: Write an equation that passes through the points (1, 2) and (3, 4)
- OBJECTIVE:Review the relationship between the constant term in a linear equation of the form y = a + bx ( or y = mx + b) and the y-intercept of the equation’s graph.
- ACTIVITIES: Pg. 289 # 1 – 14; Worksheet
- HOME LEARNING:Practice worksheet.

- BENCH WARMER: Write an equation that passes through the points (-3, 6) and (-5, 9)
- OBJECTIVE: Identify properties of polygons,
- ACTIVITIES: Complete and discuss worksheet.
- HOME LEARNING: Complete quia.com

- BENCH WARMER: The measure of one exterior angle of a regular Polygon is 18 degrees, what is the measure of the interior angle.
- OBJECTIVE: Identify properties of a polygon; sum of interior & exterior angles, & trapezoid.
- ACTIVITIES: TEST
- HOME LEARNING: COMPLETE QUIA.COM ASSIGNMENT

- BENCH WARMER: Write an equation that passes through the points (-3, 6) and is perpendicular to y = 5/6x + 3
- PROPERETIES OF SPECIAL PARALLELOGRAMS
- OBJECTIVE: Discover properties of rectangles, rhombuses, and squares.
- ACTIVITIES: Investigations 5.6.1; 5.6.2, 5.6.3
- HOME LEARNING: Pg. 294 # 1 - 13

- BENCH WARMER: The measure of one exterior angle of a regular Polygon is 18 degrees, what is the measure of the interior angle.
- OBJECTIVE: Practice writing flowchart and paragraph proofs.
- ACTIVITIES: Practice 5.1 – 5.6; Pg. 300 # 1 - 5
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com activity.

- BENCH WARMER: How do you construct a rhombus by using only a ruler or a double-edged straightedge?
- OBJECTIVE: Apply polygon conjectures to solve missing angles in special polygons. Write flowchart.
- ACTIVITIES: Practice worksheet
- HOME LEARNING: Practice workbook, 5.1 – 5.5

- BENCH WARMER: How do you construct a parallelogram by using only a ruler or a double-edged straightedge?
- OBJECTIVE: Review basic properties of a circle and circle vocabulary
- ACTIVITIES: Investigation 6.2.1, 6.2.2. Pg. 313 # 1 – 5;
- HOME LEARNING: Workbook [Practice 6.1]

- BENCH WARMER: Construct a circle with radius r. Mark a point on the circle. Construct a tangent through this point?
- OBJECTIVE: Review basic properties of a circle
- ACTIVITIES: Worksheet lesson 6.2 [Practice lesson 6.2]
- HOME LEARNING: Happy Holidays!!!

- BELL RINGER: Given two sides and a non-included angle, you can always construct exactly one triangle.
- OBJECTIVE: Discuss worksheet from Geometry EOC practice packet.
- ACTIVITIES: Discuss geometry packet.
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BELL RINGER: The sum of the measures of the exterior angles of a regular decagon is ____.
- OBJECTIVE: Discuss worksheet from Geometry EOC practice packet.
- ACTIVITIES: Discuss geometry packet.
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BELL RINGER: The area of a kite is ________.
- OBJECTIVE: Apply Polygon sum and Circle conjectures to solve problems.
- ACTIVITIES: Work on online activity; quia.com Collect Notebook and Evaluation..
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BELL RINGER: The sum of the measures of the interior angles of a heptagon is ________.
- TRANSFORMATIONS:
- OBJECTIVE: Identify and create translations, rotations, and reflections of figures in the plane.
- ACTIVITIES: Collect Geometry EOC practice Packet. Online notes on Transformation
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BELL RINGER: Find the new location of the vertices of Triangle A (3, 6); B (6, 9); C (7,m 6) reflected over the y-axis.
- OBJECTIVE: Identify and create translations, rotations, and reflections of figures in the plane.
- ACTIVITIES: Collect Geometry EOC packet. Online ACTIVITIES
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- Block Schedule: Periods 1, 3, & 5
- Bell Ringer: if the arc length of arc AB is 7 pi and the radius is 14 cm. What is the degree of inscribed angle ACB?
- OBJECTIVE: Identify and create translations, rotations, and reflections of figures in the plane.
- ACTIVITIES: Online ACTIVITIES
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BLOCK SCHEDULE: 2, 4, & 6
- Bell Ringer: Activity from Baseline Geometry # 19.
- Objective: Identify and create translations, rotations, and reflections of figures in the plane.
- ACTIVITIES: Online ACTIVITIES.
- HOME LEARNING: www.quia.com

- BLOCK SCHEDULE: 1, 3, & 5
- NO GEOMETRY CLASS:
- GEOMETRY EOC TESTING 5th PERIOD

- BLOCK SCHEDULE: 2, 4, & 6
- GEOMETRY EOC TESTING 2 & 4th PERIODS