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Close-ended Constructed Response Vocabulary Project Objective: You will learn to describe location using common language and geometric vocabulary. You will need to understand these terms to be successful in this class. Project: You will be creating a “Geometry in the World Around Us” scrapbook, which includes pictures, definitions and facts about a number of terms or concepts we will be covering in Geometry throughout the year. You will find a list of approximately 30 words or phrases from geometry class. Select 25 of the terms to include in your book. Each of these items must appear on a page by itself. You will state the term, give a definition, find a picture which represents the term and enhance the geometric focus of the picture in some way. Create a title for the project. You may not use the same picture for more than one term or phrase. The type of folder or binder in which you put your pictures is entirely up to you. Points will be awarded for overall neatness and organization. Please limit your pictures solely to magazine photos. Be creative and have fun! Time will be given in class to work on this project. If it is not finished, you will need to complete it for homework. Glue sticks, markers, scissors and paper will be provided. This project is worth 100 points. Fifty points will be given for the correct vocabulary definition and 50 points for each picture, enhanced and accurately displayed. Terms/ phrases Acute angles Adjacent angles Angle bisector Collinear Coordinate plane Coplaner points Equilateral Triangles Intersection Line Linear pair Midpoint Obtuse angle Opposite rays Parallel lines Perpendicular lines Plane Point Ray Right Angle Scalene Triangle Segment Segment bisector Straight angle Supplementary angles Vertical angles Angle Complementary Angles Corresponding angles Isosceles Triangles Sides of an angle Vertex of an angle