**11.2,3**

Practice Test for unit 4 (|| and perpendicular lines); in the Files below.

Prep with questions for classes between now and TEST. Your questions drive the class discussions (You have 1.5 hours of question time -direct instruction- from me. The rest of the time is for you to work together, individually on prep for test.)

Actual TEST on 11.11,12

**10.27,11.01**

I'm attaching my notes for unit 4 in Files below. These are not HOMEWORK but they work as great review practice for the pre-TEST on Wednesday.

**10.20,21**

Algebra Proofs and Geometry Proofs

HW DUE 10.26

Download geomch2-13020 below. Work the problems on p.18. This document is a great review for the test on Monday. Also work the even problems on the link below and list the property that justifies each step.

Mutli-step equations

I also found a great link for practice proofs. Under ch2.

**10.18**

Law of Detachment, Law of Syllogism

HW due 10.20

Fill out the rules chart (CAUSE, DIAGRAM, EFFECT, RULE) for the rules you have so far (Seg Add Post, Def of Midpt, Midpt Thm, Def of congruent seg, Def of congruent Angles, Def of angle Bisector, Angle Add Post, Def of right angle, Def of supp angles, Def of comp angles, Linear prs are supp, Vertical angles are congruent, Def of Perp)

Also find the algebra rules (+/- prop, */$\div$ prop, reflexive prop, symmetric prop, transitive prop, substitution prop, distributive prop)

**10.12,15**

Logic 102 - Converse, Inverse and Contrapositive

HW due 10.14,18

From your conditional statements, on numbers 1,4,7,10, write the converse, inverse and contrapositives. Then determine if the original and each of these are True or False.

**10.7,8**

Logic 101 - conditional statements

HW due 10.12,13

Bring in ten conditional statements (cause-effect) : 5 from geometry; 5 not. See if you can find a good mix - some if-then, some not.

**09.29,30,10.1**

Finished unit1 notes

Homework DUE 10.4,5

Finish the examples for u1nc1-12 pages 9-12.

I also dropped the u1q2 and review in the Files section below. The u1q2 is DUE 10.5,6 for a grade. The review is for your benefit; it is not graded.

**09.27,28**

Worked on segment addition postulate and midpoint and congruent segments

Homework DUE 9.29,30

Click on the Files link below and download u1nc1-12. These are my notes. For homework work the example on page 8. You can also try your hand at the other examples to see what you know or remember

**09.23,24**

Points, lines and planes, angles and angle relationships

**09.21,22**

TEST TODAY

Some of you have still not gone to the FORUM to participate in the discussion. That's for a grade and some people have a zero.

**09.16,20**

Projects turned in today

Prep for the test on Tuesday,9.21 and Wednesday,9.22, over all 84 terms below. It will be matching with definitions (20) and diagrams (11) and then some where I give a label and you draw the diagram and label it (9).

**09.13-16**

This is a grade

Head over to the Geometry Forum start for the 1st discussion. Then reply to my post as instructed. Don't forget to also reply to another students comment as well.

To do this you also have to register with wikidot.com (it's FREE) in the top right corner of this page and join the iSchool site. The password to join is **homework**.

**09.09,10**

-Discuss end product

-Discuss Rubrics

*CONTENT

*DISPLAY

*COLLABORATION

*WORK ETHIC

HOMEWORK:

*Write up Management Page, with Activity/Contact Person/Due Date DUE: 09.14: Yes 1st period will have to make a special trip to see me and check this in for their grade.

**09.07,08**

-Intro to Geometry - Eratosthenes

-Intro to Project 1 - "What's that Doohickey?"

-**Describe end product**

-**Develop teams**

-**Draft Terms**

-point, line, plane, collinear, coplanar, line segment, endpoints, congruent segments, midpoint, segment bisector, ray

-angle, vertex of an angle, measure of the angle, side of the angle, degrees, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, congruent angles, angle bisector

-parallel lines, perpendicular lines, skew lines

-right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, vertical angles, linear pair, complementary angles, supplementary angles

-polygon, side of a polygon, vertex of a polygon, consecutive angles, consecutive sides, opposite angles, diagonal, opposite sides, concave polygon, convex polygon, congruent polygons, equilateral polygon, equiangular polygon, regular polygon

-right triangle, acute triangle, obtuse triangle, scalene triangle, isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle, equiangular triangle, vertex angle of isosceles triangle, base of isosceles triangle, base angles of isosceles triangle

-quadrilateral, trapezoid, isosceles trapezoid, kite, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square

-circle, radius, diameter, congruent circles, concentric circles, arc of a circle, endpoints of an arc, semicircle, minor arc, major arc, arc measure, central angle, chord, tangent, point of tangency, secant, segment of a circle

-space, pyramid, cylinder, prism, cone, sphere, hemisphere

HOMEWORK:

-look over list and start planning for the draft

-plan jobs and timeline for project: Visuals due **Sept 16,20**

**09.02,03**

**Culture of the class**

Preparedness

-on time to class; pencil, paper, and notebook out and ready;