Geometry Common Core – Dates: 9/11 – 1/10

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Dates:9/11 – 1/10

Time: Tue & Thu 5:00PM – 6:00PM

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Geometry is a dynamic class for students who want to preview, review, or supplement their understanding of math concepts taught in high school geometry courses. As one of our most customized class offerings, the course content is based on the California State Standards for Mathematics and blended with the local high school curriculum of each center. General topics include parallel lines and planes, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, similar polygons, right triangles, circles, constructions, areas and volumes of solids, coordinate geometry, and transformations. To further tailor the course, our expert instructors select the learning activities to match the needs and goals of their students in each class.

Prerequisite: Completion of an Algebra I course

  • Dates:9/11 – 1/10
  • Time: Tue & Thu 5:00PM – 6:00PM
Class Schedule
Lessons Chapters Topics Homeworks
I
Logic!
Logic I Homework 1
2 Quiz 1, Logic 2 Homework2
3 Quiz 2, Logic 3 Homework3
4 Quiz 3, Logic 4 Homework4
5 Chapter 1 Quiz 4 for Logic
Points, Lines, Planes, and Angles
Homework5
6 Chapter 2 Quiz on Chapter 1
2-1 If-Then Statements; Converses
2-2 Properties from Algebra
2-3 Proving Theorems
2-4 Special Pairs of Angles
2-5 Planning a Proof
Homework6
7
Chapter 3
Quiz on Chapter 2
Parallel Lines and Planes
3-1 Definitions
3-2 Properties of Parallel Lines
3-3 Proving Lines Parallel
Homework7
8 Applying Parallel Lines to Polygons
3-4 Angles of a Triangle
3-5 Angles of a Polygon
3-6 Inductive Reasoing
Homework8
9 Midterm Quiz on Chapter 3
Midterm Review
4-1 Congruent Figures
4-2 Ways to Prove Triangles Congruent
Homework9
10
Chapter 4
Midterm Test
4-3 Using Congruent Triangles
4-4 The Isosceles Triangle Theorems
Homework 10
11 4-5 Other Methods of Proving Triangles Congruent4-6 More than One Pair of Congruent Triangles

4-7 Medians, Altitudes, and Perpendicular Bisectors

Homework II
12
Chapter 5
Quiz on Chapter 45-1 Properties of Parallelograms
5-2 Ways to Prove that Quadrilaterals Are Parallelograms5-3 Theorems Involving Parallel Lines
Homework 12
13 5-4 Special Parallelograms5-5 Trapezoids

Final Review

Homework 13
14 Review Quiz on Chapter 5Final Review Homework 14
15 Test Day Final Test Day (Includes Logic, Chapter 1-5)Go over the test.
Required Material

Geometry

by Ray C. Jurgensen (Author), Richard G. Brown (Author), John W. Jurgensen (Author)

ISBN-13: 978-0395977279
ISBN-10: 0395977274

Additional information

Locations

Fremont

Semester

2018 Fall