MAT-031

Geometry

Course ID
MAT-031
Department
Mathematics
Level
9th - 12th Grade
Instructor
John Anderson
Semester
Spring 2020
Credit

This course is a required course for high school students. This Geometry course is usually completed during the tenth-grade year and is a prerequisite for the algebra 2 course. The main goals of this course are to enable students to engage in mathematical ways of thinking that include both inductive and deductive reasoning as well as to give them the fundamental knowledge of plane and solid geometry that will provide a basis for the algebraic, numerical, graphical and verbal analysis required for more advanced math courses.

  • Unit 1 – Mathematical Reasoning
  • Unit 2 – Properties of Triangles
  • Unit 3 – Properties of Quadrilaterals
  • Unit 4 – Similarity & Triangle Inequality
  • Unit 5 – Right Triangles
  • Unit 6 – Circles
  • Unit 7 – Area & Volume
  • Unit 8 – Coordinate Geometry & Transformations
  • Supplemental Unit – Polyhedra Construction
Time Place Room Date Range Instructor
TBD – TBD Online Virtual January – June John Anderson
Text Used: “Discovering Geometry: An Investigative Approach” from Key Curriculum Press