# *Course Geometry Teacher Schweitzer Date 9/29/14 to 10/3/14 ```*Course
UNIT
Geometry
Teacher
Schweitzer
Date
9/29/14 to 10/3/14
2
PERIODS
1, 4
SCHOOL
Prove lines are parallel by using relationships of angles and find and compare slopes of lines.
Lewis Cass Jr. – Sr. High School
Weekly Goal(s)
Monday
Topic of
Lesson
Lesson
Objectives
Bell
Ringer
Time/Layout
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Find and Use Slopes of
Lines (Section 3.4)
Write and Graph
Equations of Lines
(Section 3.5)
Write and Graph
Equations of Lines
(Section 3.5)
Write and Graph
Equations of Lines
(Section 3.5)
Assessment of Section
3.5
Objective:
Students will find and
compare slopes of lines
Objective: Find
equations of lines and
graph equations.
Objective: Find
equations of lines and
graph equations.
Objective: Find
equations of lines and
graph equations.
Assess Finding
equations of lines and
graph equations.
Warm-up Exercises on
Screen
Warm-up Exercises on
Screen
Warm-up Exercises on
Screen
Warm-up Exercises on
Screen
Warm-up Exercises
Toothpick Puzzles
Bell Ringer –7 minutes
10 minutes – Review
Lesson
30 minutes - Students
will work independently
and will be monitored
for understand and have
the opportunity for
individual help
Bell Ringer –7 minutes
Review Worksheet
20 minutes – Lesson
10 minutes - Students
will work independently
and will be monitored
for understand and have
the opportunity for
individual help
Bell Ringer –7 minutes
Review Worksheet
30 minutes - Students
will work independently
and will be monitored
for understand and have
the opportunity for
individual help
Bell Ringer –7 minutes
Hand in Homework
Quiz Section 3.5
Remainder of period
continue work on
Toothpick puzzles (note:
period was shorted due
to Pep Rally)
WS 3.4 Practice A
Textbook: Page: 184
Exercises: 3 – 22 All
Bell Ringer –7 minutes
Review Worksheet
15 minutes – Lesson
(parallel/perpendicular
lines)
15 minutes - Students
will work independently
and will be monitored
for understand and have
the opportunity for
individual help
WS 3.5 A
WS 3.5 B
Quiz
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Assignment/Homework
Closure
State Standards
concepts and check for
student understanding
G.PL.4: Know that
parallel lines have the
same slope and
perpendicular lines have
opposite reciprocal
slopes. Determine if a
pair of lines are parallel,
perpendicular, or
neither by comparing
the slopes in coordinate
graphs and in equations.
Find the equation of a
line, passing through a
given point, that is
parallel or perpendicular
to a given line.
concepts and check for
student understanding
G.PL.4: Know that
parallel lines have the
same slope and
perpendicular lines have
opposite reciprocal
slopes. Determine if a
pair of lines are parallel,
perpendicular, or
neither by comparing
the slopes in coordinate
graphs and in equations.
Find the equation of a
line, passing through a
given point, that is
parallel or perpendicular
to a given line.
concepts and check for
student understanding
G.PL.4: Know that
parallel lines have the
same slope and
perpendicular lines have
opposite reciprocal
slopes. Determine if a
pair of lines are parallel,
perpendicular, or
neither by comparing
the slopes in coordinate
graphs and in equations.
Find the equation of a
line, passing through a
given point, that is
parallel or perpendicular
to a given line.
concepts and check for
student understanding
G.PL.4: Know that
parallel lines have the
same slope and
perpendicular lines have
opposite reciprocal
slopes. Determine if a
pair of lines are parallel,
perpendicular, or
neither by comparing
the slopes in coordinate
graphs and in equations.
Find the equation of a
line, passing through a
given point, that is
parallel or perpendicular
to a given line.
concepts and check for
student understanding
G.PL.4: Know that
parallel lines have the
same slope and
perpendicular lines have
opposite reciprocal
slopes. Determine if a
pair of lines are parallel,
perpendicular, or
neither by comparing
the slopes in coordinate
graphs and in equations.
Find the equation of a
line, passing through a
given point, that is
parallel or perpendicular
to a given line.
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