Geometry

This course is designed to help students view their world in multiple dimensions through a 32-week, 90 min a week structure. Students will learn to think logically, use diagrams, construct figures and apply theorems and postulates. Geometry will cover topics on angles, triangles, polygons, circles, arcs, and trigonometry. Students should have already taken at least Algebra 1 as a pre-requisite. Interactive and self-made projects will be adapted into the curriculum as well.

This course will be supplemented with tutor-made video lessons weekly and online assignments through a game-based program. Class time will be spent reinforcing video lessons through hands-on activities and extending the lessons for advanced learners. Students will need to come to class having viewed the lessons and completed their daily online assignments in order to stay on track.

Curriculum: Holt McDougal Geometry

Note: Purchasing the textbook is not required, but rather a helpful resource to have at home. Video lessons correspond directly to the lessons in the textbook.

Textbook link: https://www.amazon.com/Holt-McDougal-Geometry-Student-2012/dp/0547647093/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515180282&sr=1-1&keywords=holt+mcdougal+geometry

 Note: “A graphing calculator is needed for this class. Students need to have a Ti-83, Ti-84, Ti-83 plus or Ti-84 plus. Students will receive instruction on calculator usage and helpful ACT hints and tricks with the calculator.”

Class Homework requirements: Daily assignments

Wednesday    

Time:12:55 – 2:25
Grades: 9-12
Class Fee: $390
Supply and Technology fee: $80*
TutorLindsay Lamport

*Supply fees include a one year subscription to an online immersive math program (iXL.com) that provides a platform for comprehensive math studies and real time observations of the student’s progress.

*Two personal tutoring sessions provided with the class (1 for each semester, scheduled outside of class time).

COVID-19 Contingency Plan:

In the event that the COVID-19 pandemic affects our ability to meet in person in a classroom for the 2020-21 school year, I will make the following adjustments to this class. Tutor and students will meet at the scheduled class time via a video chat service. Assignments can be submitted electronically, and feedback will be provided electronically. Our goal is to meet in person as soon as it is feasible. We may begin classroom meetings at any point during the school year as the COVID-19 situation resolves.