## Calendar

This is a tentative schedule that may be changed based on the needs of the students, the needs of the instructor, or any apocalyptic events that may occur during the semester.

Special note: "CA" stands for "Class Activities" as found near the end of the course textbook or scanned into Canvas.

### 1:

p class="weekday">Monday

#### Introductions

• assign groups
• Syllabus scavenger hunt
• Zukei puzzles (connect dots to find indicated shape)
• (last 10 mins) review properties of shapes & notation for congruent sides, congruent angles, parallel lines

Tuesday

CA 10t

#### How are 2D shapes related to each other?

• concept map
• classify triangles (CA 10u)
• revisit concept map
• Venn diagrams (CA 10v)
• extra practice, read Chapter 10.5
• extra practice, Chapter 10.2 practice exercises: 3

Wednesday

sec 003 - finish CA 10v

#### How are 2D shapes related to each other? (continued)

• Every rhombus is a rectangle (True/False)
• A parallelogram is (Always, Sometimes, Never) a rhombus.
A rhombus is (Always, Sometimes, Never) a parallelogram.
• review angles in polygons
• extra practice, read Chapter 10.2
• extra practice, Chapter 10.5 practice exercises: 1, 8

Friday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How are distances measured abstractly?

• measure distances using Pythagorean theorem (more examples)
• measure around a circle, 1 radius : 2π circumference
(GeoGebra, NCTM Illuminations)
• (if time) review properties of square roots
• extra practice, read Chapter 11.2
• extra practice, Chapter 11.2 practice exercises: 2
• extra practice, CA 11c (ruler misconceptions)

### 2:

Monday

Daily quiz (formative)

Tuesday

Wednesday

#### How are areas derived from other areas? (continued)

• area problems
• extra practice, Area Maze
• extra practice, Chapter 12.2 practice exercises: 1, 2, 3
• extra practice, Chapter 12.3 practice exercises: 3
• extra practice, CA 12g

Friday

cut out nets (in Canvas)

Daily quiz (formative)

### 3:

Monday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How are surface areas derived from other areas? (continued)

Tuesday

problems 1-2 on surface area problems

#### How are surface areas derived from other areas? (continued)

• surface area problems
• extra practice, Read Chapter 13.2
• extra practice, Chapter 13.2 practice exercises: 7, 8, 9, 11

Wednesday

discuss quiz

#### How are volumes derived from other volumes?

Friday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How are volumes derived from other volumes? (continued)

• increasing complexity with volume
• volume problems
• extra practice, read Chapter 13.3
• extra practice, Chapter 13.3 practice exercises: 4, 6

### 4:

p class="weekday">Monday

p class="hw-due">problems 1-2 on volume problems

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How are volumes derived from other volumes? (continued)

• volume problems
• extra practice, read Chapter 13.3
• extra practice, Chapter 13.3 practice exercises: 4, 6

Tuesday

continue volume problems

#### What are units for measurement?

• discuss how units relate to measurements (length, area, volumes)
• continue practice problems: area, surface area, volume, all

Wednesday

discuss quiz

Friday

#### Exam I

• approved calculators allowed
• one pages notes (1-sided, handwritten)
• manipulatives

### 5:

Monday

#### Math Retreat - no class

Tuesday

Discuss exam & new groups

#### How can we convert length measurements?

• CA 11b (area units)
• CA 11g (linear conversions)
• extra practice, read Chapter 11.4
• extra practice, Chapter 11.4 practice exercises: 1, 2

#### What is dimensional analysis?

• CA 11h (dimensional analysis)
• practice dimensional analysis with non-standard lengths
• extra practice, Chapter 11.4 practice exercises: 3,
• extra practice, Chapter 13.3 practice exercises: 5, 8

Wednesday

problem 1 on CA 11i

#### How can we convert area or volume measurements?

• areas: CA 11i (area and volume conversions), CA 11j (area/vol misconceptions)
• extra practice, Chapter 11.4 practice exercises: 4, 5, 7

Friday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How do scale factors affect length, area, and volume?

• identify WUMPS vs imposters (define similar)
• compute perimeters and area and identify patterns
• extra practice, CA 14q: 1 (multiplication means stretching)
• extra practice, Chapter 14.5 practice: 1, 2, 3, 4

### 6:

p class="weekday">Monday

#### Enrichment activities

Tuesday

Daily quiz (formative)

Wednesday

finish CA 14V

#### What are different types of symmetries?

• lines of reflection with miras (see Canvas)
• rotational symmetry with card sleeves (example from Everyday Math)
• extra practice, read Chapter 14.2

Friday

discuss quiz

### 7:

Monday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### When are two shapes congruent? (continued)

student evaluations

Tuesday

Daily quiz (formative)

#### How can similar triangles be used to solve mathematical problems?

• definitions: 180 degrees in triangle, AA criteria, 180 degrees in a line, vertical angles
• similar triangles #1, similar triangles #2 (b challenge)
• extra practice, Read Chapter 14.6
• extra practice, Chapter 14.6 practice: 1, 2, 4

Wednesday

finish similar triangles #2 (b challenge)

#### What are properties of parallel lines?

Friday

Daily quiz (formative)

### Final exam

• approved calculators
• one page of notes (one-sided, handwritten)
• class manipulatives (nets, miras, transparencies)