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BURKE P-10 Geometry Chapter 11 Assignment Log & Targets Date April 24 Assignment Areas of parallelogram, square, rectangle, trapezoid and triangle; 11.3 Areas of Polygons HW 9: 10-12; p 26: 46-49; p 608: 42-45; p 614 1-29 odd April 11.5 Volume & Surface of Prisms & 28 Cylinders HW 10: Worksheet 11.5 April 11.6 Surface Area & Volume of 30 Pyramids MIN DAY HW 11: Worksheet 11.6 May 4 11.7 Surface Area & Volume of Cones HW 12: p.645 #1-14, #18 May 6 11.8 Surface Area & Volume of Spheres HW 13: p.652 #4-20 even, 21-22, 24-26 May 8 REVIEW HW 14: Ch 11 Practice worksheet May TEST 12 HW 15: 30+ minutes of Khan Academy Exploration Notes Homework *Lessons are based on “Big ideas math” Geometry a common core curriculum textbook. To see the textbook online AND have additional resources, go to www.bigideasmath.com “If I have lost confidence in myself then I have the universe against me.” – Emerson Essential Question: What information is needed to calculate the surface area and volume of a solid? How do the surface areas and volumes of similar solids compare? Learning Targets: “I can …” Score #1 11. 1 I can calculate the area of any parallelogram, square, rectangle, trapezoid and triangle using a base and height of the figure. (Middle school Review) 11. 2 I can calculate the areas of a Rhombus and Kite using their diagonals. (Lesson 11-3) 11. 3 I can calculate the area and find angle measures in regular Polygons by breaking it up into shapes with known areas or/and by using the apothem. (Lesson 11-3) 11. 4 I can calculate the surface area and volume of a Prism. (Surface area is Middle school review & Lesson 11-5) 11. 5 I can calculate the surface area and volume of a Cylinder. (Surface area is Middle school review & Lesson 11-5) 11. 6 I can calculate the surface area and volume of a Pyramid. (Surface area is Middle school review & Lesson 11-6) 11. 7 I can calculate the surface area and volume of a Cone. (Lesson 11-7) 11.8 I can calculate the surface area and volume of a Sphere. (Lesson 11-8) 11.9 Given the surface area and volume of 2 similar solids, I can calculate the surface area and volume of the other figure using the scale factor. (Surface area is Middle school review & Lesson 11-5) Vocabulary: Altitude, Apothem, Area, Base of parallelogram/triangle, Cone, Cylinder, Height, Height of parallelogram/triangle, Lateral area, Polyhedron, Prism, Pyramid, Right cone, Right cylinder, Scale factor, Similar solids, Slant height, Sphere, Surface Area, Volume CCS Standards summary: HSG-GMD.A.1, HSG-GMD.A.2, HSG-GMD.A.3, HSG-GMD.B.4, HSGMG.A.1, HSG-MG.A.2, HSG-MG.A.3. Score #2