TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Final Exam Study Guide
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT GEOMETRY FOR FINAL EXAM
WORDS TO KNOW
adjacent angles
alternate interior angles
alternate exterior angles
altitude
angle
circle
complementary
angles
concave polygon
cone
congruence
convex polygon
corre
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Implications Notes
Implications for Instruction of All Levels
u Use the levels to diagnose where your students are
u It is important that students have lots of experiences at the appropriate level
u Levels are not a
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Angles Notes
Take Away Points
There is more than one correct way to define things.
Two different definitions of the same thing are called equivalent definitions.
A definition is a good one if we always produce
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Midterm Study Guide
The midterm exam will require that you know the definitions (and correct spelling)
of a variety of geometric terms and concepts. You will also need to know how to
apply these definitions and co
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Polygons from a Circle Notes
1. Guess where the center of the circle is and mark it.
2. See if you can find a way to find the exact center of the circle. How close
was your guess?
Describe your way
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Van Hiele Levels Notes
Five Levels
u Visualization (Level 0)
u Analysis (Level 1)
u Informal Deduction (Level 2)
u Deduction (Level 3)
u Rigor (Level 4)
Characteristics
u Levels are sequential; move through prior
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Angles Homework
Answer questions and do the readings but do not need to submit. But make sure you do them all; we
will discuss answers in class.
1. Today we learned various angles formed by parallel lines. How can you justify angle sum of
interior angles
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Angles 2 Homework
Do the readings, answer questions, and solve the exercises but do not need to submit. But make sure
you do them all.
1. Activity 1.6 When Does Erikas Idea Work? P. 26 from the text.
2. Activity 1.8 Problems: Sums and Relationships of Ang
TEACHING & LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS II
EDUC N103

Fall 2012
Finding Area Notes
Methods for finding
Area:
Cutup Method: Useful for all types of area problems. Becomes what we also call
the
decomposition method.
Takeaway Method: Useful mainly for geoboard