Full Year Course; 90 minutes
The structure of the physical world around us will be described and analyzed using theorems, definitions, and postulates. Problems will be solved using coordinate geometry, constructions, and/or algebraic techniques. The major topics of study include parallelism, congruent triangles, polygons, similarity, circles, transformations, and planar and space measurement. Students will explore two and three-dimensional shapes (and their properties) as well as developing logical thinking skills and using algebra in the physical world.
- Algebra 1
- Students must complete and submit a Geometry Skills Assessment (click here) prior to 31 July.
- Geometry: Seeing, Doing and Understanding Harold Jacobs, Third Edition. As well as Answers to Exercises for Geometry: Seeing, Doing, And Understanding.
- Scientific calculator
- Geometry Tools: Compass, Protractor, Ruler
- Graph paper
Additional Fee: $5 to offset the cost of consumables
Instructor: Cynthia Tremmel
Revised: 01 May 2022