Recorded HS

Math

Jurgensen, Brown, Jurgensen Geometry, Part Two

With Jean Hoeft, MA

Students will study two and three dimensional shapes as well as lines, rays, and similar figures in a plane. Deductive reasoning will be used throughout the text to immerse students in proofs and the varying postulants and theorems that are used. Basic as well as more advanced constructions will be used along with algebra to connect algebra with the geometry that they are learning.

Students will study two and three dimensional shapes as well as lines, rays, and similar figures in a plane. Deductive reasoning will be used throughout the text to immerse students in proofs and the varying postulants and theorems that are used. Basic as well as more advanced constructions will be used along with algebra to connect algebra with the geometry that they are learning. We will be using the college entrance tests as a guide for the tests and quizzes so that students are familiar with the types of questions they will be expected to know and answer.

Week 1: Chapter 7.4-7.6

Week 2: Chapter 8.1-8.4

Week 3: Chapter 8.5-8.7

Week 4: Chapter 9.1-9.4

Week 5: Chapter 9.5-9.7

Week 6: Chapter 10.1-10.4

Week 7: Chapter 10.5-10.8

Week 8: Chapter 11.1-11.4

Week 9: Chapter 11.5-11.8

Week 10: Chapter 12.1-12.4

Week 11: Chapter 12.5-13.3

Week 12: Chapter 13.4-13.9

Week 13: Chapter 14.1-14.5

Week 14: Review and Final Exam

Final Class: Review topics

Course Materials: Geometry by Jurgensen, Brown and Jurgensen, ISBN# 0-395-77120-X (www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/039577120X/catholictreas-20)

Homework: 4-5 assignments per week with 15-20 problems per lesson. Expect to spend 30 to 60 minutes a day on homework.

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