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PLAN OF THE WEEK 18 – 22 OCTOBER 2010 MONDAY: Lesson 1-3: Points, Lines and Planes. TUESDAY: L 1-4: Segments, Rays, // lines, and Planes. WEDNESDAY : L 1-5 Measuring Segments (Exit Quiz) THURSDAY: Review of Lessons 1-1 – 1-5; Finish TI Activity #8614 ASSESMENT ON LESSON 1-1 – 1-4 FRIDAY: L 1-6: Measuring Angles

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OBJECTIVES LESSON 1-3 CA Content Standards (CCS): GEOM 1.0: Students demonstrate understanding by identifying and giving examples of undefined terms and axioms. Introduce, Develop 1) To understand basic terms of geometry 2) To understand basic postulates of geometry New Vocabulary: point, space, line, collinear points, plane, coplanar, postulate, axiom Postulates: P1: one line two points P2: 2 lines intersect in only 1 point P3: 2 planes intersect at one line P4: 1 plane has at least 3 noncollinear points TLW: be able to explain why a photographer uses a tripod, as in Exercise 44

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POD MONDAY 18 OCTOBER 2010 Warm-up (5 mins) Copy POW and Monday’s POD into Comp Book (5 mins) Hands On Activity TB p 16 (8-10 mins) Lesson 1-3: Points, Lines and Planes. Check Skills You’ll Need (CSYN) TB p16, #s 1-4 (4 mins) DNG WB p10 – 12 (30 mins) TB ex #s: p19-22; #s 2-72 E; (31 exercises); (35 mins) (Due BOC TUE) Multiple Choice Practice (MCP) p 22 #s80-82 (3 exs) Mixed Review p22 #s 83-88 (6 exs) WB p 253 Practice 1-3 All 31 exercises; p 254 GPS ex 50 ( Total of 71 exercises all Due BOC Tuesday) Wrap-up 5 mins

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OBJECTIVES LESSON 1-4 CCS GEOM 1.0 Students demonstrate understanding by identifying and giving examples of undefined terms and axioms. Master 1) To identify segments and rays 2) To recognize parallel lines and planes New Vocabulary: Segment, ray opposite rays, parallel lines, skew lines, parallel planes TLW: Be able to identify compass directions that can be represented by opposite rays, as in Exercise 36

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POD TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER 2010 Warm-up (5 mins) L 1-4: Segments, Rays, // lines, and Planes. CSYN, TB p 23, #s 1-9 (8 mins) DNG WB p 13 -15 (30 mins) TB p25, #s 1-15 Odd; p26-27 #s 16-40 E; p27-28 Multiple Choice Practice 46-48 (26 exercises) WB p 255 P1-4; p256 GPS ex 35 (22 exercises) (Total of 48 exercises All due BOC Wednesday) Wrap-up 5 mins

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OBJECTIVES LESSON 1-5 CCS, GEOM 4.0 Students prove basic theorems involving congruence. 1) To find the lengths of segments New Vocabulary: coordinate, congruent segments, midpoint TLW: be able to find distance using a highway number line, as in Exercise 23.

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POD WEDNESDAY 20 OCTOBER 10 Warm-up (TB page 30, #s 2-20 E) WB p269 1C: Reading/Writing Math Symbols (10 mins) Lesson 1-5: Measuring Segments CSYN, TB p 31, #s 1-9 (8 mins) DNG WB p 16-19 (30 mins) TB p33, #s 1-15 Odd; p34 #s 16-36 E; (11 exs) MCP p35, #s39-54 All (16 exercises) WB p 257 P1-5; p258 GPS ex 34 (15 exercises) (Total of 42 exercises: All due BOC Thursday) Wrap-up 5 mins Exit quiz

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POD THURSDAY 21 OCT 10 Warm-up (5 mins) REVIEW OF LESSONS 1-1 ----- 1-5: (20 m) WB p267 FILL IN GRAPHIC ORGANIZER WB p269 1C: Reading/Writing Math Symbols (10 mins) WB p271 1E: Vocabulary Check FINISH UP THE TI ACTIVITY #8614 (30 m) ASSESMENT ON LESSONS 1-1 – 1-4 (30 m)

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OBJECTIVES LESSON 1-6 CCS GEOM 13.0 Students prove relationships between angles by using properties of complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles. 1) To find the measures of angles 2) To identify special angle pairs New Vocabulary: angle, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, straight angle, congruent angles, vertical angles, complementary angles, supplementary angles, adjacent angles TLK: to able to find the measures of angles in flower arrangements, as in Exercise 41

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POD FRIDAY 22 OCTOBER 10 Warm-up Lesson 1-6: Measuring Angles CSYN, TB p 36, #s 1-6 (6 m) DNG WB p 20-23 (30 m) TB p40-42, #s 1-32 E; 33-47 O (23 exs) MCP p42, #s50-52 All (3 exs) MR #S 53-57 a (5 exs) WB p 259 P1-6; p260 GPS ex 47 (15 exercises) (Total of 46 exercises: All due BOC Tuesday) Wrap-up 5 mins

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NEW POD FRIDAY 22 OCTOBER 10 WARM-UP: BOOKS NEVER WRITTEN STUDENTS MAY WORK ON THEIR ASSIGNMENTS ON LESSONS 1-4, 1-5, AND 1-6: When done with assignments they may work on either/or both: Reteaching 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6 ENRICHMENT: 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7 Have fun and thank you.

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