Monthly Archives: June 2015

HW#5- 6/22/15

p. 153: 3-9, 16-20, 32 p. 298: 1-11, 14-19, 24, 25 p. 305: 3-5, 7-15, 18-20 p. 538: 7-9, 16 p. 545: 2-6, 8-10

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Day 4- Lesson Overview (6/18/15)

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Multiple Transversals When identifying angle pairs formed by transversals (Alt Int, Alt Ext, SS Int, Corr), it is important to identify the transversal that is common to the two angles. Ex.) <1 and <3 share transversal c and are corresponding … Continue reading

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HW#4 (6/18/15)

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Day 3- Lesson Overview (6/17/15)

Angles Discussed the difference between the directions of classifying, naming, and identifying relationships for angles: Classify- Acute, Obtuse, Right, or Straight Naming- Examples: <1 (named by number in interior of angle) <ABC or <CBA(named by 3 points on angle where middle … Continue reading

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HW#3- 6/17/15

p. 47-50 Odd, 49-51 Odd, 66-69, p. 39-40: 38-48 Even, 52-54, P. 41: 59, 60 p. 42: 69-72 P. 132: 21-26, 43-46, 47-50. Read P. 131.  Write Your Own Critique Of The Book’s Definitions. Midpoint Problems: Find Midpoint Of: i) … Continue reading

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Geometry Course Syllabus

Geometry- Valdes Syllabus

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Day 2 Overview (6/16/15)

Lots of definitions in the back of our notebooks! Learned what postulates and theorems are. Talked about what makes a good definition- needs to encompass all of the ideas that makes something what it is, not just one of its … Continue reading

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HW#2 (6/16/15)

HW#2 p.13-14: 1-59 Odd. P. 21: 1,3, 13-29 Odd. P. 29-30: 1-39 Odd. P. 38: 11-13 P. 39: 31-33, 37-41 Odd, 45-47 Odd

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Day 1 (6/15) Overview

Introductions Syllabus- Grading breakdown: 10% Practice, 10% Mathematical Practices, 65% Tests/Quizzes/Projects, 15% Final Discussed eight mathematical practices. Introduced the different games to students to be played throughout the summer during breaks and extra time. Abacus Students each made their own … Continue reading

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Day 1- HW#1

1.) Create abacus diagrams for 3,460;   57,091;  30 2.) EXPLAIN the process for doing 3,406+6,986 on an abacus. 3.) Read the eight mathematical practices and give examples of how you might make use of 3 of them in your everyday … Continue reading

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