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Students will work together in groups of at least four to answer the questions on the exercise. Then, they will be required to present their findings to the class in a short, five-minute group presentation.

3. In order to familiarize students with the concepts and properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons, students will access the website, (http://www.explorelearning.com). Under the Mathematics Gizmos section of this website, students will select the following: Grade 9-12 > Go > Geometry. Students will be required to perform all of the interactive activities in the Triangles and Quadrilateral and Polygons sections. Students will be required to write a brief explanation of understanding for each exercise.

4. Students will pick up where they left off in the first semester by continuing to use the website (http://www.explorelearning.com) for the entire second semester.

The will follow the similar path that they did during the third unit: Grade 9-12 > Go > . During this semester, students will perform all of the activities in the 9-12 grade section as homework assignments throughout the Oral and written presentations will be required to demonstrate understanding.

Evaluation Procedures:

Weekly quizzes

Group work

Group presentations

Midterm exam each quarter/semester

Regular weekly homework assignments

Cumulative end of year review

Cumulative final exam





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Teacher handouts

Sample of Text Resources:

Monroe, Kara, Wilson, Margaret Mary, Bergman, Kathleen and Marisa Nadolny.

(2009). High School Math Made Simple (2009/2010 ed.). New Jersey: TutaPoint,


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