Uses the ASKME® model to present the most of the classical Euclidean geometry together with some topics of solid geometry (especially those emphasizing space perception). Offers the logical development of the subject from undefined terms, postulates, and definitions. (Prerequisite: Algebra 1)

TI-83 graphing calculator

**Chapter Movies.** These animations will show you a problem
that you will learn about throughout the unit.

**Activities.** The Activities are practice assignments. Each
Activity is a non-graded exercise that allows you to build your knowledge
and identify your strengths and weaknesses. Generally, the Activities consist
of:

** Introduction:** A short introduction to the Activity.

** Review Exercises:** Short review assignments that
you submit for a grade. These are required and must be completed to finish
the course.

** Tutorials:** Animations that teach concepts and
ideas.

** Guided Practice Questions:** Questions to answer
with the help of hints.

**Graded Assignments.** Graded Assignments are the tasks you
will submit to your instructor for a grade. Each assignment contains specific
information about how your work will be assessed and how credit will be given
for your responses. The average of your assignments will count for 75 percent
of your course grade.

The final examination is comprehensive; it covers the material from all of
the units. To pass the course, you must receive a grade of 70 percent or better. You can apply to take the Final Exam after 100 percent of your graded assignments have been submitted, and at least 70 percent have been graded and returned to you.

**Format:** Multiple-choice, short answer

**Time Allowed:** 3 hours

**Materials Allowed:** 2 pencil, graphing calculator,
computer-graded answer sheet provided

Total Number of Units: 3

Total Number of Activities: 29

Total Number of Graded Assignments: 11

Instructor Graded (Online submission): 11

**Unit 1: Geometry’s Window**

Chapter 1: Modeling the World with Geometry

Activity 1: Points, Lines, and Planes

Activity 2: Segments and Distances

Activity 3: Angles and Angle Measures

Chapter 2: Patterns, Patterns Everywhere

Activity 4: Perpendicular Bisectors and Angle Bisectors

Activity 5: Points of Concurrency in Triangles

Chapter 3: Building a Better Triangle

Activity 6: Conditional Statements

Activity 7: Introduction to Proofs

Chapter 4: Geometry’s Window: The Sequel

Activity 8: Geometric systems

Activity 9: Comparing Coordinate and Taxicab Geometry

**Unit 2: Transformations**

Chapter 1: Isometries

Activity 1: Translations

Activity 2: Reflections

Activity 3: Rotations

Activity 4: Symmetry

Chapter 2: Parallel Lines

Activity 5: Proving Angles Congruent

Activity 6: Proving Lines Parallel

Chapter 3: Slopes of Lines

Activity 7: Slopes of Parallel Lines

Activity 8: Slopes of Perpendicular Lines

Chapter 4: Composite Transfer

Activity 9: Composition of Isometries

Activity 10: Tessellations

**Unit 3: Triangles **

Chapter 1: Triangle Properties

Activity 1: Classifying and Identifying Parts of Triangles

Activity 2: Triangles and Angles

Activity 3: Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles

Activity 4: Special Segments in a Triangle

Chapter 2: Proving Triangles Congruent

Activity 5: Proving Triangles Congruent: SSS and SAS

Activity 6: Proving Triangles Congruent: ASA, AAS, HL

Chapter 3: CPCTC and Compass Constructions

Activity 7: Congruent Triangles and CPCTC

Activity 8: Applying Congruence

Activity 9: Basic Constructions

Activity 10: Constructing Perpendiculars and Parallels

Updated 11/13/12