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# Unit 1 day 4

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• This took the majority of the class, I emphasized getting to e and f. I would say the majority of student
• Need to move to next day for 1st period since worked on getting ready for quiz.
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• 1. LINEAR ANGLES August 12th Learning outcome and Success Criteria: How are linear pairs of angles and vertical angles related? Why is that the case?
• 2. HOW COMFORTABLE ARE YOU? Advanced: I am feeling very comfortable with the new learning and I am ready to try more challenging problems. Proficient: I am feeling comfortable with the new learning, but I need to do a regular problem to practice. Not Proficient: I am not comfortable with the new learning and I will be in _______ to get help with my homework.
• 3. SUCCESS CRITERIA Students will :  All students should be able to recognize a proficient proof  Write an if-then statement  Reason inductively and deductively (Page 17 #3) (Page 18 #6) (Page 15 #CYU)
• 4. EXTRA PROBLEMS TO STUDY Advanced Page 20 #10 Regular Page 19 #8
• 5. WARM - UP Open your book and read p. 29 Answer p. 30 “Think about this situation” questions a-d
• 6. CLASSWORK – LINEAR ANGLES INVESTIGATION  Read and answer the following  questions:  What words are  unfamilar?  What are you  suppose to pay  attention to in this  investigation?  Where is ...  AEC?  CEB?  BED?  What angles are equal?  Can you name another  Vertical angle?  Linear pair
• 7. CLASSWORK P. 31 #1
• 8. CLASSWORK – P. 31 #2  Is this proof using deductive or inductive reasoning?  Does this proof meet our expectations for a proficient justification?
• 9. SUMMARY – PREPARE FOR QUIZ ON WEDNESDAY  p. 15 1. Summarize the mathematics 2. Check your understanding
• 10. EXIT ITEM Write the definition of linear pair postulate in your tool kit and one example.