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Topic: common core geometry
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L.C.

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Registered: 12/3/04
common core geometry
Posted: Jun 18, 2014 5:18 PM
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Trying to plan for September.


Geometry teachers.. 


are you going to follow the modules?  
are you going to do Geometry or Common Core Geometry?


I would like to do Geometry(I know what will be on that regents!) and
definitely incorporate some new common core material.


I was thinking to start off with?


basic definitions ( do constructions of all types as they come up)
pairs of angles 
parallel lines
triangle properties (including inequalities)
congruent triangles --proofs
Transformations -rigid motion (proofs)
Similar triangles missing sides, angles, proofs
Transformations --dilations (proofs)


next..maybe


Trig?..
Quadrilaterals?.
Coordinate Geometry?


Any thoughts?????



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