The Kss Essay

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Geometry Learning Goals Organization 2012-2013
Strand

Measurement Topic & Timeline

3.0 Goals

2.0 Goals

Textbook Correspondence

Fundamentals

Undefined Terms & Segments
(1.5 weeks)

*calculate the length and a midpoint of a segment using coordinate geometry
**use the Segment Addition Postulate

*recognizes or recalls specific terminology such as: Endpoints, Collinear, Coplanar, Constructions, Opposite Rays, Intersection, Parallel, and Perpendicular, undefined terms, midpoint, length, distance, bisect
**performs basic processes, such as:
----identifying and naming Points, Lines, Line Segments, Rays, and Planes,
***use a straight edge and compass to perform basic constructions
--Perpendicular Bisector
--Copy Segment
--use a ruler to measure line segments

1.2, 1.3, 1.5 (not angle bisectors)

Fundamentals

Angles
(1.5 weeks)

*use the Angle Addition Postulate
**recognize relationships of angles formed by the intersection of two lines

*recognizes or recalls specific terminology such as: vertex, bisect, bisectors, constructions, postulate, angle, obtuse, acute, right, straight, measure of an angle, adjacent angles, vertical angles, linear pairs
**performs basic processes, such as:
---classify angles by their measures
---use a straight edge and compass to perform basic constructions : Angle Bisector & Copy Angle
---use a protractor to measure angles
---writing equations from given information, and solve equations (Vertical Angles/Linear Pair)

1.4, 1.5(angle bisectors only), 1.6

Fundamentals

Logical Reasoning
(2 weeks)

*Identify patterns and predict the next element in the sequence.
**disprove statements using a counterexample

*recognizes or recalls specific terminology such as: Conjecture, Counterexample,Conditional Statement, Converse, Biconditional, Hypothesis, conclusion
**performs basic processes, such as: drawing conclusions by applying laws of logic

1.1, 2.1 (not postulates), 2.2, 2.3

Proofs & Parallel/Perpendicular Lines
(5-6 weeks)
Chapter 2: 1st 9-weeks
Chapter 3: 2nd 9-weeks

*Complete an algebraic proof
**Prove and use results about parallel lines and transversals
***Use coordinate geometry to prove slope criteria for parallel and perpendicular lines

*recognizes or recalls specific terminology such as: 2-column proof, theorem, postulate, right angle congruence theorem, congruent complements & supplements theorems, LPP, VAT, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, slope
**performs basic processes, such as:
--proving statements about segments & angles
--calculating slopes of lines
--use algebraic properties to justify statements (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, distributive, substitution, reflexive, symmetric, transitive)
--recognizing angle relationships

2.1 (postulates only), 2.4, 2.5, 2.6,
3.1- 3.7 (all of chapter 3)

Transformations

Reflections, Rotations, Translations
(2 weeks)

*Apply principles of transformations to find images or pre-images using...

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