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Lines and Angles with K'NEX
Here is a geometry lessonwhich invites learners to create models using their knowledge of lines, segments, rays, and angles. This lesson reinforces geometric vocabulary and concepts through practical application, it also includes extensions, list of terms, and an assessment.
6th - 8th Math
Pupils explore the concept of pyramids. They determine if two sides of a pyramid are perpendicular using a graphing calculator, then discuss parallel and perpendicular lines and how to determine if two lines are parallel or perpendicular. Learners find the equations of sides of a pyramid to determine if two sides of a pyramid are parallel or perpendicular.
8th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Polygons and Symmetrical Figures
Introduce your class to 17 different polygons and their properties with this resource. Learners examine a list of polygons and brief definitions presented to them and write how many lines of symmetry, vertices, angles, and right angles each polygon has, completing the exercise by drawing a picture of each polygon.
5th - 9th Math
Are They Special Angles?
Middle schoolers identify the correspondence between pairs of angles. They fill in the blank for seven questions. Learners investigate congruency using their graphing calculator and by following detailed directions. They identify alternate exterior angles on their graphing calculator.
7th - 9th Math
Define Geometry Terms
The Common Core is intended to help all children meet high academic standards. Here is a Common Core designed lesson that is intended for learners with communication or language difficulties. The lesson is written in a narrative style and uses explicit instruction, precise language, and technology to facilitate basic geometry terms.
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Carrying a Figure onto Itself
Your geometry learners will be pros at transforming figures using rotations and reflections after this hands-on lesson. Collaborative groups, with access to geometric construction tools, analyze and report the series of reflections and rotations that were used to produce an image from its pre-image.
7th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
Linear and Exponential Change: Comparing Growth Rates
This thirteen-page PowerPoint presentation guides geometry learners in interpreting linear functions, linear data and their trend lines, the consequences of their constant rate of change, and growth rate. Real-life models including step-by-step solutions, graphs, and functions are used to compare the characteristics of linear and non-linear functions, especially exponential verses linear.
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Identifying Perpendicular, Parallel and Intersecting Lines
Mathematicians explore perpendicular, intersecting and parallel lines. In this geometry lesson, they view a map and identify the intersections. They also identify the parallel avenues on the map. This is a nice lesson that incorporates real-world applications.
3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Transformations - Rotations in the Coordinate Plane
In this geometry activity, math scholars brainstorm examples of rotations. Using the SMARTboard, students observe a rotation. They create their own rotation using graph paper. Finally, pupils complete a worksheet and graph rotations.
8th - 11th Math CCSS: Designed
Semester 1 Review for Geometry final
In this geometry worksheet, 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.
Lines of Symmetry - Mirror Dance
Fifth graders analyze how to divide space or shape into mirror sections to create lines of symmetry. In this lines of symmetry lesson, 5th graders discuss symmetry in dance, math, and living. Students participate in a dance warm-up and use specific movement patterns.
Introduce your fifth graders to the coordinate plane, ordered pairs, and plotting points on any of the four quadrants. This wonderful resource makes preparation for your math class quick and easy. It explains everything the class will need to know in a straightforward, step-by-step way.
5th - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Points, Lines, and Line Segments - Reteach 16.1
In this geometry worksheet, youngsters review a chart at the top of the page that includes the definitions of point, line, line segment, parallel lines, intersecting lines, and perpendicular lines. They apply the definitions as they name three figures and label three types of lines.
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Point, Line, Plane, and Space - Geometry Help
Inform your teaching or use this clip at an independent work station. Basic geometric concepts of point, line, plane, and space are fully defined and exemplified in a straightforward and clear way. This clip is slow enough for note taking and can be stopped if further explanation or examples are needed.
3 mins 3rd - 6th Math
How Do You Find the Slope of a Line If You Have a Perpendicular Line?
What kind of lines have slopes that are the opposite reciprocal of each other? Parallel lines? No. Parabolas? No. Perpendicular lines? Yes! Watch and listen as the instructor demonstrates how to make these determinations about perpendiculars lines and their slopes.
4 mins 8th - 11th Math
How Do You Find a Value for x that Makes Two Lines Parallel?
So you have a transversal line intersecting two parallel lines and you are looking for a value that would make two corresponding angles congruent. You have all the information needed to write an equation to find the value. So write that equation and solve for x.
3 mins 6th - 12th Math