Geometry <br />INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDYOF SHAPES , LINES , AND ANGLES<br />
Have you ever thought about where shapes originated from?<br />Take 5 minutes to complete the KWL chart in front of you an...
Understanding Geometry <br />Geometry is interconnected  between points, lines,  and figures within a given plane. <br />
Concepts Map of Geometry<br />The connection between:<br />Vertices (points)<br />Edges (lines) <br />Shapes (2dimentional...
The branch of mathematics concerned with the properties  of and relationships between points, lines, planes and figures<br...
Geometry Origins<br />It is said that Greek mathematician, Euclid wroteThe Elements of Geometry  one of the earliest text ...
Key Lessons in this Unit<br /><ul><li>Lines and angles
Intersecting lines
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Geometry Powerpoint Lesson For Week 3

  1. 1. Geometry <br />INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDYOF SHAPES , LINES , AND ANGLES<br />
  2. 2. Have you ever thought about where shapes originated from?<br />Take 5 minutes to complete the KWL chart in front of you and then using your appointment sheet, meet with your 3 o’clock appointment and discuss what you already know about shapes and where they can be found give 3 real-life examples.<br />
  3. 3. Understanding Geometry <br />Geometry is interconnected between points, lines, and figures within a given plane. <br />
  4. 4. Concepts Map of Geometry<br />The connection between:<br />Vertices (points)<br />Edges (lines) <br />Shapes (2dimentional & 3 dimensional) <br />Are directly related to understanding:<br />Various shapes<br />Their measures and <br />Spatial sense<br />
  5. 5. The branch of mathematics concerned with the properties of and relationships between points, lines, planes and figures<br />Geometry ( jee-om-i-tree)-noun<br />
  6. 6. Geometry Origins<br />It is said that Greek mathematician, Euclid wroteThe Elements of Geometry one of the earliest text of its kind<br />
  7. 7. Key Lessons in this Unit<br /><ul><li>Lines and angles
  8. 8. Intersecting lines
  9. 9. Formulas fro area, volume, perimeter, and circumference
  10. 10. Pythagorean theorem</li></li></ul><li>Turn to page 325 in your textbook do what you need to know.<br />This assignment need to go in the class work section of your notebook. <br />Any questions ask 3 before me<br />

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