# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of December 10

Monday, December 10 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 80% mastery on concepts related to segment length in circles.  Students will be able to change radians to degrees and degrees to radian measure.

Agenda:

Students will get practice work back and will ask questions as needed.

Mini quiz on segment length in circles with cumulative questions thrown in

Work sheet on converting between degrees and radians with instructions

Students can pre-view the conversion by watching the video link below.

Tuesday, December 11 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 80% mastery of all circles concepts.

Agenda:

Q&A on any/all topics related to circles

Quiz on circles

Worksheet to remember circumference and area of a circle (concepts that the students have practice since the 6th grade).

Wednesday, December 12 – Students will be able to determine the length of an arc using either degrees or radians.

Agenda:

Check area and circumference homework

Arc length notes and task

Practice

Start homework

Thursday, December 13 – Students will be able to enjoy the holiday season!

Agenda:

1 set up food table and fill up plates

2 wrap containers to give gifts in

3  make sure stockings are filled

4 get into the holiday spirit

Friday, December 14 – Students will be able to determine the area of a sector given the measure of the central angle and the radius.

Agenda:

Check homework

Lesson on Area of a sector

Practice area of a sector

Example of creative area problems

Practice finding the area of shaded regions

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of December 3

Monday, December 3 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery of topics related to circles and angles in circles.

Agenda:

The first half of class, the students will review the circles concepts covered last week.

The students will quiz the second half of class.  Students can choose to have a partner OR work alone and automatically get credit for the two bonus questions.

Tuesday, December 4 – Students will be able to use the Pythagorean theorem to solve situations when chords are intersected by a radius and when a radius touches a tangent line.

Agenda:

PPT on Pythagorean theorem in circles

Teacher demonstration

Practice

Wednesday, December 5 – Students will be able to solve for missing lengths of parts of chords when they intersect inside a circle.

Agenda:

Turn in homework

mini-quiz on Pythagorean theorem in circles (with cumulative questions mixed in)

Notes on how to find lengths of parts of chords

Practice

Thursday, December 6 – Students will be able to find lengths of secant parts and tangent lines in circles.

Agenda:

mini-quiz on segment length

Notes on secant and tangent lines

Practice

Friday, December 7  – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery on all things they know about circles up to this point.

Agenda:

Review for the first third of class

Quiz on all things circles (high-lighter helper quiz)

Share out about homework

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of November 26

Monday, November 26 – Students will be able to identify all of the important parts of a circle using the appropriate vocabulary.

Agenda:

Students will get tests back

Vocabulary PowerPoint with accompanying graphic organizer – 1-Circles-vocabandcentralangles (7)-y5iqfp

Vocabulary activity 1

Practice definitions using a crossword puzzle

Vocabulary activity 2

Assignment of homework

Tuesday, November 27 – Students will be able to determine the measure of a central angle given information about the intercepted arc or the measure of the arc given information about the central angle.

Agenda:

mini-Quiz on circles vocabulary

PowerPoint on central arcs and angles (2nd half of attached PPT) – 1-Circles-vocabandcentralangles (7)-y5iqfp

• Students will be expected to take notes

Practice of 30 questions involving central arcs and angles

Share results of last night’s homework

Wednesday, November 28 – Students will be able to determine the measure of an inscribed angle or its intercepted arc.

Agenda:

mini-Quiz on circles vocabulary and central angles/arcs

Teacher notes/demonstration on Inscribed angles and their arcs.

Students to practice problems involving inscribed angles and arcs – InscribedanglesandarcsPractice-qan64d

Thursday, November 29 – Students will be able to Determine the measure of angles or arcs created when chords intersect in a circle.

Agenda:

mini-Quiz on vocabulary, central angles, and inscribed angles

Teacher notes/demonstration of problems involving chords in circles.

Students to practice problems with chords in circles.

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Friday, November 30 – Students will be able to determine measures of arcs and angles created when the vertex of the angle falls outside of the circle.

Agenda:

mini-Quiz on vocabulary, central angles, inscribed angles, and angles formed by chords.

Teacher notes/demonstration of angles whose vertex falls outside of the circle.

Practice problems involving angles whose vertex falls outside of the circle.

Share out about homework.

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# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of November 12

Monday, November 12 – Students will be able to complete basic constructions in geometry.

Agenda:

Students will receive a set of instructions for constructions

Mrs. Johnson will work with small teams who feel they need visual instruction.

Students can also choose to work at their own pace.

A circles theorems practice packet will be distributed.  Students who either finish constructions early or are waiting for hands on instruction should work on the practice problems as any problems not completed in class will be assigned for homework.

Tuesday, November 13 – Students will be able to construct an inscribed equilateral triangle, an inscribed square, and an inscribed hexagon.  Students will also be able to construct a line that is tangent to a circle.

Agenda:

Students will be split into groups and will rotate through 5 stations in the classroom.  4 construction stations and 1 practice work station.

Wednesday, November 14 – Students will be able to find the circumcenter and incenter of a triangle.

Agenda:

Students will be given a triangle and will construct perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors to find the circumcenter and the Incenter.

Once the constructions are complete, they will be given a practice packet for circle and angle theorems.

The answer keys to the two prior practice from the week will be posted for students to check their work and question their mistake with teachers.

Thursday, November 15 – Students will be able to identify areas of strength and weakness in using circle theorems to solve problems.

Agenda:

Mrs. Johnson will field questions from the prior three day’s reviews.

Students will work review 2 as a practice test.

Mrs. Johnson will demonstrate the correct way to work all of the problems on review 2 (attached)

Students will make a list of strength and weakness

Friday, November 16 – Students will be able to use properties of circles and lines that intersect them to find missing values.

Agenda:  Students will take the first Circles test.

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of November 5

Monday, November 5 – Students will be able to find missing values and lengths of segments using the properties of tangent lines to circles.

Agenda:

Turn in take home quizzes

Guided notes on tangent line relationships to circles

Practice during guided notes

Individual practice

Start homework

Students who did not do well on OR did not complete the take home quiz will have the option to remediate using the attached sheet:

“SecantTangentChord practice”

Tuesday, November 6 – No School

Wednesday, November 7 – Students will be able to use properties of chords in circles to determine missing values.

Agenda:

Check Homework

notes on chord relationships in circles:

~congruent chords

~segments of intersecting chords

Guided practice during notes

Practice in the classroom from the geometry book

Thursday, November 8  – Students will be able to use properties of secants to find missing segment lengths

Agenda:  Today

Friday, November – Students will be able to apply the right relationship given a any problem of the content covered this week.

Agenda:

Check homework

Complete the back of the Wheel of Formula’s

Students will complete mixed practice for accuracy (check every 5-7 problems)

Start mixed practice homework

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of October 29

Monday, October 29 – Students will be able to define important parts of a circle.

Agenda:

Assign circles vocabulary project

Students will find the definitions of vocabulary related to circles:  Complete 3-Circle-Vocab-Term-Notes (see link below)

Plan the vocabulary project.

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Tuesday, October 30 – Students will be able to find measures of central angles and arcs intercepted by central angles.  Students will be able to identify major arcs and minor arcs.

Agenda:

Review circle vocabulary

Start the wheel of formulas

Demonstration of cental angles and their intercepted arcs

Practice

Use the following video as a review of today’s concepts and a preview of concepts coming up this week.

https://youtu.be/KLurz8Kiv1c

Practice Handouts and Powerpoint

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Wednesday, October 31 – Students will be able to find measures of inscribed angles and/or their intercepted arcs.

Agenda:

Check homework

Skills check on vocabulary and central angles

Review circle vocabulary

Add to the wheel of formulas

Teacher demonstration of inscribed angle relationships

Practice

Use the following video as a supplement to the day’s instruction.   https://youtu.be/wnEcD_zSTJM

Handouts:

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Thursday, November 1 – Students will be able to find the measures of angles and arcs created by chords, secants, and tangent lines.

Agenda:

Check homework

Skills check on central and inscribed angles

Review vocabulary

Finish wheel of formulas

Teacher demonstration of angles and arcs formed by secants and chords

Practice work

Use the following video as a supplement to today’s lesson. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4xVbOOXu0eA

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Friday, November 2 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery of the relationships between arcs and angles in circles.

Agenda:

Students present their circles project

Start their take home quiz

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of October 22

Monday, October 22 – Students will be able to determine their areas of strength and weakness through practicing problems like those that will be found on the test this week.

Agenda:  Students will work in class to complete reviews 1 and 2.

Tuesday, October 23 – Students will be able to identify areas of focus for studying for tomorrow’s test.

Agenda:

Create a graphic organizer to help study for tomorrow’s test

students check answer key to review 1 and 2 if it was not checked before class

Demonstrate and questions that students struggled with from review 1 and 2

Students will work review 3

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Wednesday, October 24 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery on the concepts related to right triangles.

Agenda:  Unit Test

Thursday, October 25 – Students will be able to determine an area of focus for success on the re-test.

Agenda:

Return and go over tests

Complete the rest of the test as a study guide for the re-test

Work review 4

Friday, October 26 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 80% mastery of right triangles topics.

Agenda:  Students will re-take the Right triangles test using ipads.

# 2nd Hour – Week of October 8 – Mrs. Johnson

Monday, October 8 – Students will be able to recall how to simplify radicals without the use of a calculator.  Students will be able to use the Pythagorean theorem to solve for missing sides of to determine if the triangle is a right triangle.

Agenda:

Review the Pythagorean Theorem

Practice the Pythagorean theorem

Tuesday, October 9 – Students will discover the short cuts associated with finding the sides of a triangle given one side length if the right triangle is a special right triangles.

Agenda:

Go over homework

Wednesday, October 10 – Students will be able to use the rules of special right triangles to solve problems.

Agenda:

Check Homework

Powerpoint on special right triangles

practice work on special right triangles

Thursday, October 11 – Students will be able to use the rules of special right triangles to solve problems

Agenda:

Check Homework

Powerpoint on special right triangles

practice work on special right triangles

Friday, October 12 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery of special right triangles and Pythagorean theorem.

Agenda:

Quiz

Introduction to Trig

(sides of a triangle and calculator functions)

# 2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of October 1

Monday, October 1 – Students will be able to recall the relationships created when parallel lines are intersected by a transversal.  Students will be able to use those relationships to solve for missing values or identify congruencies.

Agenda:

Students to turn in review

Get back and go over tests

Review of parallel lines and transversals using white boards

• review the relationships
• practice
• Review solving for x
• practice
• Identify congruent angles in shapes
• practice

Tuesday, October 2 – Students will be able to find missing information using the relationships between angles in a triangle.

Agenda:

Check and go over homework

Review sum of interior angles theorem

practice

Review exterior angle theorem

practice

review triangle inequality theorem

practice

Wednesday, October 3 – Students will be able to identify when triangles are similar and use similarity to find missing measures.

Agenda:

Go over Homework

Cumulative check for the past two days

Review similarity statements

practice

Review similarity postulates (tests for similarity)

Practice

Review using proportions to solve for missing information

practice

Thursday, October 4 – Students will be able to identify congruent triangles and explain, with a proof, how we know the triangles are congruent.

Agenda:

Check/Go over similar triangles homework

Review of congruent triangles

Practice

Return and go over unit review

Cumulative check

Friday, October 5 – Students will be able to demonstrate a much improved demonstration of mastery of the topics covered in Unit 2.

Agenda:  Unit 2 re-test