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Geometry Course Syllabus
Eastside Academy
Tan M. Lam
Course Description:
Geometry continues the students study of geometric concepts, building upon middle school topics. Students will move from an inductive approach to deductive methods of proof in their study of two- and three-dimensional geometric figures. Reasoning skills will be emphasized and students will broaden their use of the coordinate plane. Constructions will be used to illustrate geometric relationships in the plane. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators and graphics software, should be used regularly for instruction and assessment. The Common Core State Standards will be a guideline for what the students will be learning in math. The standards can be found at the following web address: HYPERLINK "http://www.corestandards.org/Math/" http://www.corestandards.org/Math/
Course Goals:
The student will demonstrate the ability to use fundamental concepts of geometry, including definitions, basic constructions, and tools of geometry.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply the properties of angles, parallel and perpendicular lines.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply definitions and theorems of triangles.
The student will demonstrate the ability to explore and verify properties of polygons.
The student will demonstrate the ability to identify similar triangles and solve problems using ratios and proportions.
The student will demonstrate the ability to analyze the effects of transformations.
The student will demonstrate the ability to find one- and two- dimensional measurements relating to circles and polygons.
The student will demonstrate the ability to find two- and three- dimensional measurements related to geometric solids.
The student will demonstrate the ability to solve problems using properties of right triangles, including trigonometric ratios.
Instructional Methods:
Instructional methods will include, but will not be limited to: classroom instruction, group activities, online activities, weekly projects and critical thinking activities. Because our time in class is limited, students will be expected to watch lessons and note-taking outside of class time. Students should come to class prepared each week with all assignments completed. All assignments will be posted on teacher website with detailed descriptions of each assignment. Any documents handed out in class will also be posted on teacher website.
Book: AGS Geometry, 2005
Outline (topics can be changed, added, or subtracted at any time during the year):
Chapter 1: Exploring Geometry: Points, Lines, and Angles in the Plane
Lesson 1: Points and Lines in the Plane
Lesson 2: Ruler Postulates
Lesson 3: Copying and Bisecting Angles
Lesson 4: Angle Measurement
Lesson 5: Complementary and Supplementary Angles
Lesson 6: Algebra and Angles
Lesson 7: Chapter Review
Lesson 8: Assessment
Chapter 2: Thinking Geometrically: Using Proofs
Lesson 1: If Then Statements
Lesson 2: Euclid's Five Postulates
Lesson 3: Using Euclids Postulates
Lesson 4: Axioms or Common Notions
Lesson 5: A Simple Proof
Lesson 6: Chapter Review
Lesson 7: AssessmentChapter 3: Parallel Lines and Transversals
Lesson 1: Parallel Lines
Lesson 2: Transversals
Lesson 3: Theorems About Parallel Lines
Lesson 4: Constructions and Problem Solving
Lesson 5: Quadrilaterals and Parallels
Lesson 6: Proving Lines Parallel
Lesson 7: Chapter Review
Lesson 8: Assessment
Chapter 4: Using Algebra: Lines in Coordinate Plane
Lesson 1: Naming Points
Lesson 2: Horizontal Lines
Lesson 3: Vertical Lines
Lesson 4: Slope of a Line
Lesson 5: Using Algebras=mx+b
Lesson 6: The Point Slope Formula
Lesson 7: Finding the Midpoint of a Segment
Lesson 8: Chapter Review
Lesson 9: AssessmentClass Materials:
2 size 3 ring binder with pockets, loose leaf paper, ruler, compass, scientific calculator (A graphing calculator is better for this course, composition style notebook, graph paper, and writing utensils (pencils preferred).
Student Expectations: Students are expected to come to class on time with the necessary materials required to successfully complete their assignments. Students should be engaged and active participants in class. Students are expected to use complete sentences, make thinking visible and prove answer are correct, and verify solutions. Additionally, students are expected to be polite to one another and any staff members or volunteers involved in the day to day classroom activities. All school wide policies including dress code and food policies will be honored in class. Students need to wear closed toed shoes on lab days.
Grading
50% Participation
Daily Work grading guidelines:
Work in pencil ink is unacceptable.
Complete/attempt all problems
Show all work and thinking process
Organize work so it is legible.
Complete E (entry or exit) tasks
Talk about our topic
Bring supplies to class (including sharpened pencils, ruler, colored pencils, compass, protractor, calculator, math journal, graph paper, math packet)
50% Tests/Quizzes
A variety of assessments will be used, including quizzes and tests, and projects. Students can expect a test or project at the end of each chapter.
Any assessment may be retaken to improve a grade. If a student corrects errors (showing all work/justification) on an assessment, credit will be given for corrections. Corrections are due within one week after receiving the graded assessment.
Letter
Percent
A
94-100%
A-
90-93%
B+
87-89%
B
84-86%
B-
80-83%
C+
77-79%
C
74-76%
C-
70-73%
D
60 69%
F
Below 60%
Extra Credit:
Extra credit assignments can be assigned by the teacher if the student has turned in their coursework and would like to improve their grade in the class. Extra credit is not a guarantee and it is at the discretion of the teacher and Director of Education on a case by case basis whether or not to assign it
Videos/Classwork/Projects:
For each chapter we will have multiple assignments that need to be completed successfully before moving on. An addition to traditional teaching many of our assignments will be completed in class in collaborative groups, while your assignments outside of class will consist of watching online videos from Youtube.com (math and science) or khanacademy.com (math) and taking notes. Participation will also be factored into this part of the grade as I will be observing you working together in your groups. Projects will be a part of this grade, with approximately one major project per semester.
Expectations & Discipline
All school-wide policies as described in the Student Handbook will be enforced.
Students are expected to do what is right. (i.e. be responsible and respectful)
Drinks are allowed but food is not permitted in class.
Students are expected to show enough work to justify their solution.
Attendance Policy: described in the Student Handbook will be enforced
Check the class website for course information
Consistent and steady effort in classroom activities and in the completion of daily work.
Students need to be willing to get extra help (after school if necessary) if they begin to struggle
Failure to meet expectations will result in the consequences as described in the Student Handbook
Contact Information: Call Tan (425) 895-2413 or e-mail anytime: tanl@eastsideacademy.org (preferred)
Note: This syllabus is subject to change based on the needs of the class.
These guidelines are created to help maintain a classroom of integrity in which you can thrive academically. I am excited and blessed to be serving as your teacher at Eastside Academy this year. Please sign this syllabus to show that you have read and understand its contents. Thank you!
SIGN HERE: ____________________________________________ DATE: __________
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