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- Kristen D., 1st year teacher
- Houston, TX
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How can we identify shapes in the Universe? High schoolers will compare and contrast elliptic and hyperbolic geometry. They will also explore one possible way to measure the curvature of the Universe, namely, by measuring the sum of the angles in a triangle. Resource links are included.
Fourth and fifth graders explore geometric shapes by identifying congruent lines. In this length measuring lesson, learners view shapes of rectangles, squares and line graphs, identifying the congruency of specific segments. They complete a geometry worksheet using a stick to help measure specific lines.
In this geometry instructional activity, 10th graders solve problems that are based on the topics covered in a first semester geometry class, including, linear equations and the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines, the logic of geometry, two-column proof, angle pairs, and parallel lines cut by a transversal. The six page instructional activity contains forty-nine questions. Answers are not included.
Upper graders identify locations within environments. In this location elements lesson, learners complete activities to help them locate various points, lines, and planes within a given environment. They sort lines to identify them as parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting lines, and find the types of lines in real-world contexts as well.
Fifth and sixth graders study the use of a number line to add integers and they observe a teacher demonstration of how to add integers on a number line. Afterward, they construct a number line and use the number line to solve addition problems and complete magic squares.