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The Magic Octagon - Dan's, Andrew's, and mine

I had saved Andrew’s post in my folder for a recent lesson, which was about Dan’s video.

We paused halfway in, and students decided where it would be. 525 more words

Geometry

MP6 - Defining Terms

How do you provide your students the opportunity to attend to precision?

Writing sound definitions is a good practice for students, making all of us pay close attention to what something is and is not. 266 more words

Geometry

Week 12: Introdution to Triangle Congruence

We started congruent triangles this week. We began by reviewing congruence in general and the fact that if every pair of corresponding sides and angles are congruent than the two polygons are congruent. 274 more words

Geometry

Measuration (1) (E Maths Questions)

For examples of questions on Measuration topics under E Maths, tap link below:

measuration-1-e-maths-questions

For answers, tap link below :

measuration-1-e-maths-questions-ans

Geometry

MP6 - Mapping a Parallelogram Onto Itself

How do you provide your students the opportunity to practice I can attend to precision?

Jill and I have worked on a leveled learning progression for MP6: 206 more words

Geometry

MP6 - Mapping a Figure Onto Itself

How do you provide your students the opportunity to practice I can attend to precision?

Jill and I have worked on a leveled learning progression for MP6: 373 more words

Geometry

Squares on the Coordinate Grid

I’ve written before about Squares on the Coordinate Grid, an Illustrative Mathematics task using coordinate geometry.

CCSS-M G-GPE.B.7 Use coordinates to compute perimeters of polygons and areas of triangles and rectangles, e.g., using the distance formula. 133 more words

Geometry