Find all assignments, handouts, & resources for lesson 1 on the google document.

**INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS**: Students should show they know **or** learn how to…

- Count the number of
**lines of symmetry**in a figure. - Determine the
**order of rotational symmetry**of a figure - Find the missing angle in a triangle (using the
**Triangle Sum = 180****o****Theorem**) - Find the second angle in a
**linear pair**(knowing the two angles sum to 180o) **Classify a quadrilateral**based on its properties**Tessellate a shape**on a grid- Use relationships in
**parallel lines**to determine missing angles

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**RESOURCES & LINKS: **For help or guidance, students may refer to:

- The MEP chapter 3 on Angle Geometry is the textbook guiding our course. Relevant example problems and definitions are found in the following sections:
- Section 3.1 : Measuring angles and linear pairs
- Section 3.2 : Line & rotational symmetry
- Section 3.3 : Angles in triangles & other shapes
- Section 3.4 : Angles in parallel lines & quadrilaterals

- The Art of Problem Solving videos offer worked examples on:

- The Math is Fun website gives clear, simple explanations & example problems
**with answers**for these topics:

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**DAILY LOG: **Look here for updates on each assignment you will complete.

MON 6.13.2016 :

**Warm Up:***WODB? Angles*

You worked together to come up with reasons why an angle didn’t belong. We used vocabulary to classify**acute**,**right**,**obtuse**,**straight**, and**reflex**angles. Excellent work developing a reason for each and every angle!**Classwork:***Section 3.1 Problems #1 – 8*

You reviewed angle-chasing problems in triangles and parallel lines, and learned new ideas about rotational symmetry and tessellation. You agreed right away on most answers, and worked together to discuss and prove the tricky angle*y*in problem 5.**Cool Down:***Problem Journal Day 1*

Jacob chose to record a new problem about finding the order of rotational symmetry of a shape, while Benoit elected to write about remembering how to use triangles to find mission angles.

TUE 6.14.2016 :

**Warm Up:***Beastly Symmetry*

Today, you reviewed reflection and rotation symmetry!**Classwork:***Advanced Angle Chasing*

Building on the basic skills from Monday, you tackled some extra challenging problems that required you to put all your different angle theorems together. Benoit figured out the answer for a tricky problem with almost no labeled angles. Jacob turned a guess-and-check into an algebra strategy for easy solving.**Cool Down:***Problem Journal Day 2*

We rushed a bit to jot this down, but each of you recorded some notes about the day!

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