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Russell Wheeler

CHS Lesson Plans Geometry

Content Focus : ___Day 39: Reteach of AA Triangle Similarity Part 2 10/18/16


HSG.SRT.A.2 Given two figures, P.D. Strategy Used & P.D. Session Info (Topic)
use the definition of similarity in Informal Assessment: Cold calling students (M)
terms of similarity transformations to contribute answers for the bellringer and guided practice on determining if triangles are similar by
to decide if they are similar; explain AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA(C)
using similarity transformations the Cultural relevance is brought up by asking students to relate (M) what theyve learned on determining
meaning of similarity if triangles are similar by AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA (C)
for triangles as the equality of all TTW ask students how many key characteristics of two people are necessary for them to be considered
corresponding pairs of angles and Similar (e.g. their facial structure, jewelry, shoes, etc.). TTW explain that for triangles, you only need to have two things
the proportionality of all In common: two angles, for them to be known to be 100% similar.
corresponding pairs of sides. Informal Assessment: Popcorn (M) around the room during the guided practice on determining if triangles are
similar by AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA (C) to experiences, things,
TSW prove if triangles are similar or and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
not based off of AA triangle Informal Assessment: Call and response (M) around the room during the guided practice on determining if triangles are sim
similarity. TSW list the sequence of AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA (C) to experiences, things, and phenomena
transformations needed to map one theyve encountered around Clarksdale No Opt Out is used to ensure all students, and not just the proficient or advanced o
AA triangle onto another. TSW find and held accountable for knowing the subject material
the length of a missing side of a Guided/Critical Thinking Questions
triangle given its AA triangle How can we use AA to find the missing side of two similar triangles?
corollary. Put AA triangle similarity into your own words.
What is preserved in AA triangles?
How does a rigid body transformation compare to a non-rigid body transformation?
Lesson Vocabulary: dilation, scale What type of transformation is a dilation? Why?
factor, reflection, transformation, What does the scale factor say in a dilation?
rotation, translation, AA triangle
similarity, similar, dissimilar
Lesson OutlineWhat learning activities will students do?
Time Sequence Description of Learning Activity
5 mins :5 mins Get TSW answer
[5] Started/Engagem
ent (Bellringer)

TSW complete WordGen 1.04 Does Rap Music Have a Negative Impact on Youth?
3 mins Introduction/Mot TTW show the video AA Triangle Similarity http://youtube.com/watch?v=6p1lweGactg
[8] ivation: Tell how
you will introduce
the lesson and
motivate the
students to want to
learn the new skill.
Teacher Content TTW model and do the step-by-step approach for 1-4 problems on determining if
(Input): triangles are similar by AA
Describe what you Steps: 1) Determine if the triangles have two pairs of congruent angles, 2) if they do, they are similar by AA, 3)
will do to present Students will list the sequence of transformations (dilations, rotations, reflections, translations) needed to map
the content One AA triangle onto the other
students will learn.
including
vocabulary,
procedures,
directions, etc.

15 mins Guided Practice: TTW present the word wall words: AA (essential vocabulary)
[23] Provide TSW write down all notes on determining if triangles are similar by
opportunities to AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA
practice TSW, with the help of the teacher, do 4 problems on determining if triangles are similar by
independently or AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA
in groups with the
assistance of the
teacher.

25 min Independent TSW do 8 problems on determining if triangles are similar by


[48] Practice: The AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA
teacher will
monitor what is
being learned;
students are
demonstrating
their
understanding of
the lesson.

[48] Culmination: TSW recap the days lesson on determining if triangles are similar by
Summarize, check, AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA
and answer Informal Assessment TSW turn in their bellringer and worksheet at the end of the week (M) on determining if
questions triangles are similar by AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA (C) and the grade will
be recorded in the gradebook as a daily grade (D).

Formal Assessment: TSW take a test (M) ) on determining if triangles are similar by AA and finding missing sides
if two triangles are similar by AA (C) at the end of the week and the grade will be recorded as a test grade (D)
Materials and ResourcesWhat do you need to assemble and prepare before the lesson?
Promethean board, Powerpoint, guided notes, Mini Test on Transformations, Triangle Sum Problems, and Similarity

Technology Usage
Promethean Board, Powerpoint , Pearson Realize Online Textbook, Google Classroom accessibly, Google Chromebook accessibility

Remediation and Enrichment


Remediation: TSW be able to meet from 4-5 PM after school for private/group tutoring to cover all objectives ) on determining if triangles are similar by
AA and finding missing sides if two triangles are similar by AA All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty.
Struggling students will be prompted to focus on the first few problems.
Struggling students will be prompted to focus on identifying AA whereas other students will move onto listing the sequence of transformations needed
to map one AA triangle onto another
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective mastery.

Enrichment: TSW be asked to create triangles that are similar by AA, label all side lengths, and then list the transformations needed to map one onto the other
All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty.
High-performing students will be prompted to move on to the later problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective
Teacher ReflectionDid the students learn the content outlined in the lesson focus? Why or why not?
(To be completed after the lesson has been taught)

Content Focus : ___Day 44: Isosceles Triangles and Triangle Medians 10/19/16
HSG.CO.C.10 Prove theorems about P.D. Strategy Used & P.D. Session Info (Topic)
triangles. Theorems include: Informal Assessment: Cold calling students (M)
measures of interior angles of to contribute answers for the bellringer and guided practice on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
triangle sum to 180 degrees; base congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid (C)
angles of isosceles triangles are Cultural relevance is brought up by asking students to relate (M) what theyve learned on that the base angles of isosceles t
congruent; the segment joining congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid (C)
midpoints of two sides of a triangle Informal Assessment: Popcorn (M) around the room during the guided practice on that the base angles of isosceles
is parallel to the third side and half triangles are congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid (C) to experiences, things,
the length; the and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
medians of a triangle meet at a point. Informal Assessment: Call and response (M) around the room during the guided practice on that the base angles of
isosceles triangles are congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid (C) to experiences,
things, and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
TSW prove that the base angles of No Opt Out is used to ensure all students, and not just the proficient or advanced ones as it relates to this topic,
isosceles triangle are congruent. are engaged and held accountable for knowing the subject material
TSW prove that the medians of a Guided/Critical Thinking Questions
triangle meet at a point. How does an isosceles triangle differ from a scalene and equilateral triangle?
What property do the bases of isosceles triangles have?
Lesson Vocabulary: isosceles Where do lines drawn from the midpoints of the sides of triangles intersect?
triangle, congruent, midpoint,
centroid
Lesson OutlineWhat learning activities will students do?
Time Sequence Description of Learning Activity
5 mins :5 mins Get TSW answer
[5] Started/Engagem
ent (Bellringer)

TSW copy down the word of the day, the definition, and an example of it being used in a sentence
on their bellringer sheet:

3 mins Introduction/Mot TTW show the video Balancing a triangle on a circles midpoint http://youtube.com/watch?v=x94v4V2nVJM
[8] ivation: Tell how
you will introduce
the lesson and
motivate the
students to want to
learn the new skill.
Teacher Content TTW model and do the step-by-step approach for 1-2 problems on proving that the base angles of isosceles\
(Input): triangles are congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
Describe what you
will do to present
the content
students will learn.
including
vocabulary,
procedures,
directions, etc.

15 mins Guided Practice: TTW present the word wall words: centroid (essential vocabulary)
[23] Provide TSW write down all notes on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
opportunities to congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
practice TSW, with the help of the teacher, do 3 problems on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
independently or congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
in groups with the
assistance of the
teacher.

25 min Independent TSW do 2 problems on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
[48] Practice: The congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
teacher will
monitor what is TTW model the triangle midpoint construction project, which will be due for students at the end of the week
being learned; Project due Friday:
students are Now, on a blank sheet of paper or piece of cardboard, use a ruler to construct a triangle. Cut it out using scissors. Measu
demonstrating half the distance of a side of a triangle). Connect each midpoint to the endpoint on the opposite side of that midpoint. Co
their at the centroid. The centroid of a triangle is its center of mass. If you place a pencil there, it should be perfectly balanced
understanding of
the lesson.
[48] Culmination: TSW recap the days lesson on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
Summarize, check, congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
and answer
questions Informal Assessment TSW turn in their bellringer and worksheet at the end of the week (M) on proving that the
base angles of isosceles triangles are congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
(C) and the grade will be recorded in the gradebook as a daily
grade (D).

Formal Assessment: TSW take a test (M) ) on proving that the base angles of isosceles triangles are
congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
(C) at the end of the week and the grade will be recorded as a test grade (D)
Materials and ResourcesWhat do you need to assemble and prepare before the lesson?
Promethean board, Powerpoint, rulers, guided notes

Technology Usage
Promethean Board, Powerpoint , Pearson Realize Online Textbook, Google Classroom accessibly, Google Chromebook accessibility, TI-84 Plus

Remediation and Enrichment


Remediation: TSW be able to meet from 4-5 PM after school for private/group tutoring to cover all objectives ) on proving that the base angles of
isosceles triangles are congruent and that the medians of a triangle meet at a point called a centroid
All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty.
Struggling students will be prompted to focus on the first few problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective mastery.

Enrichment: TSW be asked to prove the theorems for isosceles triangles and the midpoints of triangles using a ruler to see that the expected side lengths are found
High-performing students will be prompted to move on to the later problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective
Teacher ReflectionDid the students learn the content outlined in the lesson focus? Why or why not?
(To be completed after the lesson has been taught)
Content Focus : ___Day 45: Midsegments of Triangles Theorem 10/20/16
HSG.CO.C.10 Prove theorems about P.D. Strategy Used & P.D. Session Info (Topic)
triangles. Theorems include: Informal Assessment: Cold calling students (M)
measures of interior angles of to contribute answers for the bellringer and guided practice on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
triangle using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles (C)
sum to 180 degrees; base angles of Cultural relevance is brought up by asking students to relate (M) what theyve learned on proving the triangle
isosceles triangles are congruent; the midsegment theorem and using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles (C)
segment joining Informal Assessment: Popcorn (M) around the room during the guided practice on proving the triangle
midpoints of two sides of a triangle midsegment theorem and using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles (C) to experiences, things,
is parallel to the third side and half and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
the length; the Informal Assessment: Call and response (M) around the room during the guided practice on proving the triangle
medians of a triangle meet at a point. midsegment theorem and using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles (C) to experiences,
things, and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
No Opt Out is used to ensure all students, and not just the proficient or advanced ones as it relates to this topic,
TSW prove that the segment joining are engaged and held accountable for knowing the subject material
midpoints of two sides of a triangle Guided/Critical Thinking Questions
is parallel to the third side and half What formulas can we use to prove the triangle midsegment theorem?
the length. TSW work out problems What two sides must be parallel when midsegments are drawn?
wherein students solve for a missing What is the relationship lengthwise in the parallel sides of triangles cut by midpoints?
side using the triangle midsdegment
theorem.

Lesson Vocabulary: midpoint,


triangle, parallel, congruent, distance
formula, midpoint formula
Lesson OutlineWhat learning activities will students do?
Time Sequence Description of Learning Activity
5 mins :5 mins Get TSW answer
[5] Started/Engagem
ent (Bellringer)

TSW copy down the word of the day, the definition, and an example of it being used in a sentence
on their bellringer sheet:

3 mins Introduction/Mot TTW show a picture of the board game Clue in order to explain the concept of solving a mystery. This is akin
[8] ivation: Tell how to solving a proof in geometry in order to find out what relationships can be determined based off the clues that
you will introduce are found.
the lesson and
motivate the
students to want to
learn the new skill.
Teacher Content TTW model and do the step-by-step approach for 1-2 problems on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
(Input): using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
Describe what you
will do to present
the content
students will learn.
including
vocabulary,
procedures,
directions, etc.

15 mins Guided Practice: TTW present the word wall words: midpoint (essential vocabulary)
[23] Provide TSW write down all notes on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
opportunities to using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
practice TSW, with the help of the teacher, do 4 problems on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
independently or using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
in groups with the
assistance of the
teacher.

TTW work through the proof of the triangle midpoint theorem with the students as they work it out on their worksheets
as coordinate geometry is used to prove the necessary relationships
25 min Independent TSW do 4 problems on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
[48] Practice: The using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
teacher will
monitor what is
being learned;
students are
demonstrating
their
understanding of
the lesson.
[48] Culmination: TSW recap the days lesson on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
Summarize, check, using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
and answer
questions Informal Assessment TSW turn in their bellringer and worksheet at the end of the week (M) on proving the triangle mids
using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles (C) and the grade will be recorded in the gradebook as a daily
grade (D).

Formal Assessment: TSW take a test (M) ) on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
(C) at the end of the week and the grade will be recorded as a test grade (D)
Materials and ResourcesWhat do you need to assemble and prepare before the lesson?
Promethean board, Powerpoint, rulers, guided notes

Technology Usage
Promethean Board, Powerpoint , Pearson Realize Online Textbook, Google Classroom accessibly, Google Chromebook accessibility, TI-84 Plus

Remediation and Enrichment


Remediation: TSW be able to meet from 4-5 PM after school for private/group tutoring to cover all objectives ) on proving the triangle midsegment theorem and
using it to solve for missing lengths in triangles
All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty.
Struggling students will be prompted to focus on the first few problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective mastery.

Enrichment: TSW be asked to prove the triangle midsegment theorem using a ruler and seeing the necessary relationships in side lengths
High-performing students will be prompted to move on to the later problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective
Teacher ReflectionDid the students learn the content outlined in the lesson focus? Why or why not?
(To be completed after the lesson has been taught)

Content Focus : ___Day 46: AA Triangle Similarity and Mini Test on AA, Triangle Midsegments, and Triangle Midpoints 10/21/16
HSG.SRT.A.2 Given two figures, P.D. Strategy Used & P.D. Session Info (Topic)
use the definition of similarity in Informal Assessment: Cold calling students (M)
terms of similarity transformations to contribute answers for the bellringer and guided practice on determining if triangles are similar by AA(C)
to decide if they are similar; explain Cultural relevance is brought up by asking students to relate (M) what theyve learned on determining if
using similarity transformations the triangles are similar by AA (C)
meaning of similarity Informal Assessment: Popcorn (M) around the room during the guided practice on determining if triangles are
for triangles as the equality of all similar by AA (C) to experiences, things, and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
corresponding pairs of angles and Informal Assessment: Call and response (M) around the room during the guided practice on determining if
the proportionality of all triangles are similar by AA (C) to experiences, things, and phenomena theyve encountered around Clarksdale
corresponding pairs of sides. No Opt Out is used to ensure all students, and not just the proficient or advanced ones as it relates to this topic, are engaged
and held accountable for knowing the subject material
HSG.SRT.A.3 Use the properties of Guided/Critical Thinking Questions
similarity transformations to Put AA triangle similarity into your own words.
establish the AA criterion for two What is preserved in AA triangles?
triangles to be similar. How does a rigid body transformation compare to a non-rigid body transformation?
What type of transformation is a dilation? Why?
HSG.SRT.B.5 Use congruence and What does the scale factor say in a dilation?
similarity criteria for triangles to
solve problems and to prove
relationships in geometric figures.

TSW prove if triangles are similar or


not based off of AA triangle
similarity.

HSG.SRT.A.2,3, HSG.CO.C.10TSW
take a mini test on AA, Triangle
Midsegments, and Triangle
Midpoints

Lesson Vocabulary: dilation, scale


factor, reflection, transformation,
rotation, translation, AA triangle
similarity, similar, dissimilar
Lesson OutlineWhat learning activities will students do?
Time Sequence Description of Learning Activity
5 mins :5 mins Get TSW answer
[5] Started/Engagem
ent (Bellringer)

TSW copy down the word of the day, the definition, and an example of it being used in a sentence
on their bellringer sheet:

3 mins Introduction/Mot TTW show the video AA Triangle Similarity http://youtube.com/watch?v=6p1lweGactg


[8] ivation: Tell how
you will introduce
the lesson and
motivate the
students to want to
learn the new skill.
Teacher Content TTW model and do the step-by-step approach for 1-3 problems on determining if
(Input): triangles are similar by AA
Describe what you
will do to present
the content
students will learn.
including
vocabulary,
procedures,
directions, etc.

15 mins Guided Practice: TTW present the word wall words: AA (essential vocabulary)
[23] Provide TSW write down all notes on determining if triangles are similar by AA
opportunities to TSW, with the help of the teacher, do 5 problems on determining if triangles are similar by AA
practice
independently or
in groups with the
assistance of the
teacher.
25 min Independent TSW do 6 problems on determining if triangles are similar by AA
[48] Practice: The
teacher will TSW take a mini Test on AA, Triangle Midsegments, and Triangle Midpoints
monitor what is
being learned;
students are
demonstrating
their
understanding of
the lesson.
[48] Culmination: TSW recap the days lesson on determining if
Summarize, check, triangles are similar by AA
and answer Informal Assessment TSW turn in their bellringer and worksheet at the end of the week (M) on determining if
questions triangles are similar by AA (C) and the grade will be recorded in the gradebook as a daily grade (D).

Formal Assessment: TSW take a test (M) ) on determining if


triangles are similar by AA (C) at the end of the week and the grade will be recorded as a test grade (D)
Materials and ResourcesWhat do you need to assemble and prepare before the lesson?
Promethean board, Powerpoint, guided notes, Mini Test on AA, Triangle Midsegments, and Triangle Midpoints

Technology Usage
Promethean Board, Powerpoint , Pearson Realize Online Textbook, Google Classroom accessibly, Google Chromebook accessibility

Remediation and Enrichment


Remediation: TSW be able to meet from 4-5 PM after school for private/group tutoring to cover all objectives ) on determining if
triangles are similar by AA
All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty. Struggling students will be prompted to focus on the first few problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective mastery.

Enrichment: TSW be asked to create triangles that are similar by AA and list the transformations needed to map one onto the other
All independent practice problems are scaffolded by difficulty. High-performing students will be prompted to move on to the later problems.
Students will be placed in groups based off of prior objective
Teacher ReflectionDid the students learn the content outlined in the lesson focus? Why or why not?
(To be completed after the lesson has been taught)