Alliance Cindy and Bill Simon Technology Academy Digital Agenda- Week 8 Dates: September 23-27 Teacher: Miss Holly Forsyth Date: Do Now: Classify triangles by angles and side lengths. Standard(s) 9/23-9/24 Subject/Course: Geometry Grade: 11 12.0: Students find and use measures of sides and of interior and exterior angles of triangles and polygons to classify figures and solve problems. Learning Objective (s): Given a PowerPoint presentation, a collaborative project activity, and McGraw Hill curriculum, students will Discover the relationship between the base angles of an isosceles triangle. Explain the sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle. Write a paragraph proof. by solving the four questions exit slip with a 75% or better within the 2-hour block. Assessment: Students will complete a four-question exit slip. Whole Group Independent / Computer Assisted Activity Note-taking: Isosceles Triangles (see PowerPoint) Computers: Students will explore McGraw Hill Materials: Smart board, notebook, protractors, compasses Materials: Computers, notebooks, pencils Direct Instruction Collaborative Practice finding angles measures Begin a group project of a neighborhood map. (See guidelines) Materials: Smart board, notebook, pencils Materials: Guidelines, sketchpad, pencils Teacher: Miss Forsyth Date: 9/25 Subject/Course: Do Now: Quiz over past week’s material Standard(s): 6.0 Students know and are able to use the triangle inequality theorem. Geometry Grade: 11 Learning Objective (s): Given an investigative activity in a whole group instruction, students will Prove the triangle inequality theorem, and use it to make statements about the sides of triangles. Describe the conditions for classifying triangles using the converse of the Pythagorean Theorem. By completing an exit slip with a 75% or higher. Assessment: 4 question exit slip. Whole Group Independent / Computer Assisted Activity Note-taking: Triangle inequality theorem (See PowerPoint September 26) Unit 3 Review Direct Instruction Collaborative Teacher: Miss Forsyth Date: 9/26-9/27 Subject/Course: Geometry Grade: Do Now: Determine if three segments would form a triangle. Standard(s): 5.0: Students prove that triangles are congruent, and they are able to use the concept of corresponding parts of congruent triangles. 11 Learning Objective (s): Given a PowerPoint presentation on congruency theorems, a collaborative project and McGraw Hill curriculum, students will Explore shortcut methods for determining whether triangles are congruent Discover that SSS, SAS, ASA, and AAS are valid congruence shortcuts but SSA is not. Construct triangles. by completing the exit slip with a 75% or better within the 2 hour block. Assessment: 4 question exit slip Whole Group Note taking: Are there Congruence Shortcuts (See PowerPoint) Independent / Computer Assisted Activity McGraw Hill-congruence shortcuts Materials: Notebook, pencil, PowerPoint, compass, protractor Direct Instruction Practice congruence shortcuts Collaborative Continue group project.