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Unit 6: Geometry Part 1 (2-3 weeks)
Student Study Guide
Pre-Algebra
Learning Targets
7.G.1
I can solve problems involving scale drawings of figures by computing lengths and areas of a drawing and reproducing the image
using a different scale.
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7.G.2
LT 1: I can draw geometric shapes with given conditions, including constructing triangles from three measures of angles or sides.
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LT 2: I can determine when three specific measurements will result in one triangle, more than one triangle, or no triangle.
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7.G.3
I can determine the two-dimensional figures produced by slicing a three-dimensional figure into plane sections.
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7.G.5
LT 1: I can identify angle supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.
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LT 2: I will use angle relationships to calculate the unknown angle in a figure.
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8.G.5
LT 1: I can informally prove that the sum of any triangle’s interior angles will have the same measure as a straight angle (i.e., by
tearing off the three corners of a triangle and arranging them to form a 180° straight angle).
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LT 2: I can informally prove that the exterior angles of triangles will always have a sum of 360° by using my knowledge of a
triangles interior angles.
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LT 3: I can use the relationship of angles and side lengths to determine if triangles are similar.
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LT 4: I can make conjectures regarding the relationships and measurements of the angles created when two parallel lines are cut
by a transversal.
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