•       The procedures and expectations for the Geometry Class

Units
Class Procedures
Undefined terms
Beginning use of a compass and straightedge

Constructions of perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors, copies of angles, points of concurrency for triangles

Rigid motions: reflections rotations and translations and composition of transformation functions

Angle relationships: linear pair, supplementary, vertical, alternate interior, alternate exterior, same side interior, corresponding

Congruent Triangles: demonstrate congruence by transformation, use shortcuts to prove that triangles are congruent

Scale Drawings: make scale drawings and determine scale factors

Dilations: perform dilations and verify dilations using the dilation theorem

Trigonometry: use trigonometry to solve for unknown side lengths and angle measures and recognize how sine, cosine, and tangent connect to similar triangles

Coordinate Plane: use relationships between points on the coordinate plane to prove more complex relationships

Solids: find the volume of various solids in context with formulas and Cavalieri's Principle