Course:
Geometry 1
st
Semester
Text:
Geometry:
Applying, Reasoning, Measuring
, McDougal Littell
Cost: $49.50
Prerequisite: Algebra I
Curricular goals interwoven throughout the mathematics program are that students will:
learn to communicate mathematically (QCC)
learn to use mathematics in their daily lives (QCC)
become proficient with appropriate computational tools and techniques (QCC)
learn to reason mathematically (QCC)
become mathematical problem solvers (QCC)
These goals will provide the direction for assessment and instruction. Attainment of these goals
is facilitated by the students’ demonstration of the following Academic Knowledge and Skills
(AKS).
Chapter 1 Basics of Geometry (pp. 362)
13 days
•
apply formulas for distances, midpoints, slopes and circles (QCC, SAT I, ACT)
(MAGA_B200115)
•
write equations satisfying given conditions (QCC, ACT) (MAGA_C200123)
•
develop and apply algorithms (QCC, ACT) (MAGA_F200127)
Chapter 2 Reasoning and Proof (pp. 70120)
12 days
•
write informal deductive arguments using laws of logic (QCC, ACT) (MAGA_A20015)
•
apply formulas for distances, midpoints, slopes and circles (QCC, SAT I, ACT)
(MAGA_B200115)
•
write equations satisfying given conditions (QCC, ACT) (MAGA_C200123)
•
develop and apply algorithms (QCC, ACT) (MAGA_F200127)
Chapter 3 Perpendicular and Parallel Lines (pp. 128182)
12 days
•
apply line and angle relationships (QCC, SAT I, ACT) (MAGA_A20012)
•
analyze parallel and perpendicular line relationships (QCC, SAT I, ACT) (MAGA_A2001
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 Summer '06
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 Geometry, triangle, McDougal Littell, QCC

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