# Informal Geometry

Informal Geometry

Ms. Howlette & Coach Lawson

August

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 2 3Pre-planning 4Pre-planning 5Pre-planning 6Pre-planningLONGHORN STAMPEDE! 7Pre-planning 1/8 9 10First day of school!1.2hw 1.2 worksheet 111.31.3 worksheet 121.4/1.61.4 (1-7)1.6 (3-13) 13Quiz 1.1-1.4no homework 141.5worksheet 15 16 17chapter 1 reviewpg 61 (7-29 all) 18Chapter 1 Test 192.1pg 91(14-20evenpg 75 (9-13) 202.3 212.2 pg76(22-28)pg82(13-19) 22 23 242.4algebraic properties wkstpg 99(4-8,10-15) 252.5/2.6statements/reasons wkst 26proofspg 105 (6-11)review wkst 27reviewhw wkstpg 118(1-20) 28Chapter 2 Test 29 30 31

September

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 3.1/3.2pg 132 (6-17,21-26)pg 138 (7-9, 11-13) 13.3pg 146 (11-16, 18-16) 23.4/3.5pg 153 (3-18)pg 161 (21-24) 3quiz 3.1-3.5 43.6/3.7pg 170 (33-41)pg176 (25-32) 5 6 7Labor Day-School Closed 8reviewpg 180 (1-5, 8-10, 13-24) 9Chapter 3 Test 104.1 114.2 12 13 144.3/4.4 154.6 16reviewand QUIZ 17review 18Chapter 4 Test 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

October

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 56.1pg  4-20, 24-26, 37-46 66.2 pg 333 (4 -19)pg 334 (26 - 35) 76.4/6.5pg 351 (3-11, 16-21)pg 359 (3-5, 10-18) 86.4/6.5 solvingpg 352 (27 - 38)pg 360 (31 - 33)pg 368 ( 9midsegments 10 11 12review 13Ch 6 Test 14PSAT/TESTING 158.1 168.2 17 18 19 20 21Early Release Day 22Review 23Chapter 8 Test 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

November

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3Teacher Work day-No School 4 5 6Chapter 9 Test 7 8 910.1/10/2pg 599 (9-16, 18-25)pg 601 (46-48)pg607 (12-30 even) 1010.3/10.4pg 616(3-17)pg 624 ( 8-13, 17-25) 1110.5/10.6pg 633 ( 16-24) 12review!!chapter 10 reviewpacket - check all answers 13Chapter 10 Test 14 15 161.7pg 55 (1-26) 176.7pg 376 ( 3-13) 1811.2 1911.4/11.5 20Area Test 21 22 23Thanksgiving Break! 24Thanksgiving Break! 25Thanksgiving Break! 26Thanksgiving Break! 27Thanksgiving Break! 28 29 30

December

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 12.1/12.2/12.4 112.3/12.5 2Chapter 12 Quiz 3REVIEW 4REVIEW 5 6 7EOCT 8EOCT 9movie day 10movie day 11reflections 12 13 14review in geom. workbook 15review ingeom. wkbk 16FINAL EXAM10 am 17 18 19 20 21Winter Break 22Winter Break 23Winter Break 24Winter Break 25Winter Break 26 27 28Winter Break 29Winter Break 30Winter Break 31Winter Break

January

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1Winter Break 2 3 4Teacher Planning Day 5 1.2vocab worksheet1.2 worksheet 61.3ruler worksheet1.3 worksheet (1-7) 71.4/1.6worksheet 8no schoolsnow day :-) 9 10 11 1.5worksheet 1.5 12reviewquiz as review worksheet 13Chapter 1 TEST11th grade testing 142.1pg 75 (9-13odd, 22-24 writeconditional, converse, inverse, and contrapositive for each) 152.1 contbisector project due today! 16 17 18MLK Jr. DayNo School 192.3pg 91-92 (1-5, 3-13, 21-25, 30-32) 202.2/2.6Quiz 212.4algebra proofs worksheet evens 222.5geometry proofsno homework 23 24/31 25reviewpg 805 ( 1-29 odd)pg 118 ( 1-16) 26Chapter 2 TEST 273.1pg 132 ( 3-17, 21-26) 283.3/3.4pg 146 ( 8-16, 18-26)pg 153 ( 1-9, 10-18) 293.2/3.5 30

Febuary

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 13.6/3.7pg 180 ( 1-5, 7-10, 13-16) 2review 3Chapter 3 TEST 44.1 54.2 6 7 84.3/4.4 9 4.3/4.4 104.6 11review 12Chapter 4 TEST 13 14 15 Teacher Work Day 16perpendicular bisectorspg 268 ( 8-10, 16-17)pg 285 ( 3-4) 17angle bisectorspg 227 ( 10-17) 18medianspg 811 19altitudespg 310 ( 4-9)pg 282 ( 3-11) 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

March

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1make up day 2pg 325 ( 12-26) 3worksheet 6.1/6.2 4351 ( 16-21, 33-38) 5 6 7 8 9 10Early ReleaseChapter 6 Test 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19Chapter 8 Test 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

April

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5SPRING BREAK 6SPRING BREAK 7SPRING BREAK 8SPRING BREAK 9SPRING BREAK 10 11 12 10.1/10.2Pg 599 ( 9,13,18-26)pg 607 (12-30even) 1310.3/10.4pg 616(3-19)pg625(17-25) 1410.5pg 632 ( 3-8,10-15) 15reviewpg 821 ( 1-11,16-38) 16Chapter 10 TEST 17 18 19pg 376(3-25 odd) 20 21 22 23 24 25 26pg 723 ( 3-18)pg 762 ( 10-12,20-22) 27 28 29review 30CHAPTER 12 TEST

May

 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10EOCT 11EOCT 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21Last Day of School!FINAL EXAM 22 23 24Teacher Work Day 25Teacher Work Day 26 27 28 29 30 31
SYLLABUS
678-494-7844 ext.420
Your success in this class will be a product of the consistency of your study and homework habits.  Being organized, prepared, conscientious, and present each day will greatly enhance your learning process.  You are a student whose job and responsibility is to be the best student that you can be!
 Topics Covered: Basics of Geometry                           7.  SimilarityReasoning and Proofs                       8.  Right Triangles and TrigPerpendicular and Parallel Lines      9.  CirclesCongruent Triangles                         10.  Area of Polygons and CirclesProperties of Triangles                    11.  Surface Area and VolumeQuadrilaterals                                   12.  Transformations

### Required DAILY Materials:

Notebook with loose leaf paper

Pencils and Erasers

Textbook

Scientific Calculator – not graphing!

Dry erase markers

Donations greatly appreciated:

Printer paper

Dry erase markers

Tissues

Hand sanitizer

 Class Grading Percentages:Classwork/Homework: 20%Quizzes: 25%Tests: 40%EOCT 15%
 Classwork/Homework:Students will have a warm up every day except for test days.  Class will consist of taking notes, practice problems, working in pairs, and solving problems on the white board.  There will be homework given every night except after a test.  You must ALWAYS COPY THE PROBLEM, DRAW THE PICTURES, AND SHOW ALL WORK when applicable or you will not receive credit.  Please have your name, block number, date, and assignment at the top of the paper.HOMEWORK WILL GET CHECKED RANDOMLY!!
 Quizzes:    There will be at least one quiz for every chapter.  Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.  Review will be given at the teachers’ discretion.
 Tests:      There will be a test at the end of every unit.  Tests will be cumulative in order to prepare for the EOCT at the end of the semester which is worth 15% of the final grade.  There will be a review day before each test.
 Extra Help/Make Up Work:Students are responsible for all missed work.  All information from each class is located on the class website.  Missed work is due as school policy states.  There will be no make up quizzes, the grade made on the unit test will replace the missing quiz grade.  Make up tests will be offered every Tuesday morning and afternoon.  Extra help is available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings by appointment in Ms. Howlette’s classroom.
 Classroom Expectations: Be on time – be in your assigned seat with your homework out and be ready to start the warm up when the bell rings.Be respectful – do not talk while the teachers are talking, remain in your seat unless given permission to do otherwise, the teachers not the bell will dismiss the class, do not touch other people’s belongings.No electronics – there is to be no cell phone use in the classroom at any time – no exceptions.  Music may be listened to ONLY on tests days once your test is handed in.Basic Housekeeping – no food or drink other than water allowed in the classroom, use the time given in between classes to use the restroom.
 Consequences:  Verbal warningVerbal warning and phone call homeTeacher detention and phone call home – detention is to be served within one weekAdministrative referral and phone call home.

 Note:     The teacher reserves the right to change, alter, or delete from this plan if it is for the betterment of the classroom environment.  Please feel free to contact Ms. Howlette at any time.
Dear Parent/Guardian,We are looking forward to teaching your child Geometry this semester.  We believe that parent/guardian involvement is important for your child’s education.  All information for this class can be found on the class website.  Please feel free to contact us at any time, preferably through email, as we can respond more quickly.  We would like to encourage you to read over the syllabus and the online assignments with your child so that we all understand the classroom expectations