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Slope, Parallel, Perpendicular (given line or points tell me slope, given slopes determine if lines are parallel/ perpendicular/intersecting) 2. Angles, Supplementary, Complementary name parts of angles, identify angle pairs 3. Parallel lines and transversals name lines, given one angle find all 7 others (no need to name them) Triangles 4. Angles of triangles sum to 180, largest angle opposite longest side, exterior angles 5. Sides of triangles triangle inequality, longest side opposite largest angle 6. Isosceles and Equilateral identify, define, characteristics 7. Conditional Statements conjecture, converse, biconditional, counterexample Congruence 8. Types of transformations that preserve congruence define and apply: rotation, reflection, translation 9. Triangle Congruence define, apply SAS, SSS, ASA, AAS Points and Segments in Triangles 10. Distance and midpoint given points find distance and midpoint, given midpoint find endpoint 11. Triangle Segments define and construct: midsegment, median, altitude, angle bisector and perpendicular bisector Polygons

12. Parallelograms classify and properties 13. Quadrilaterals classify (from labeled diagram or points on coordinate axes) and properties (square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid) 14. Angles of Polygons angle sum rule, regular polygon angles, exterior angles 15. Area and Volume given reference sheet compute, explain why formula works Similarity 16. Similarity definition, apply dilation, determine scale factor 17. Triangle Similarity define, apply SAS, SSS, AA 18. Pythagorean Theorem and Converse state and apply 19. Trigonometry solve using given triangles and the calculator Circles 20. Area and Circumference given reference sheet compute, explain why formula works 21. Inscribed and Circumscribed Angles, Arc Length identify and calculate measure 22. Volume given reference sheet compute, explain why formula works Probability 23. 24. 25. Simple Independent vs. Dependent Addition Rule apply P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B) and explain the result

- TMC16 Program 714
- TMC 2014 Program
- TMC 2013 Program
- Color Polynomial Operations
- ToC the Best of the Math Teacher Blogs 2015
- Word Problems with Bar Models
- Pie Eating Contest
- Radian Intro
- Types of Numbers Sort
- Math Practices Portfolio2
- Math Practices Portfolio
- Unit 1 MAP
- Algebra 1 Priority Map
- Algebra I Priority Standards
- Math Practice Posters
- Grade Scale
- Nix the Tricks NCTM
- Exponetial Function Card Sort
- Booth Info Sheets
- Tape Diagrams
- Balance Puzzle and Graph
- TMC 2015 Program
- TMC 2015 Program
- Concepts
- Lemonade Stand 2014 Updated

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UsefulNot useful- TMC16 Program 714
- TMC 2014 Program
- TMC 2013 Program
- Color Polynomial Operations
- ToC the Best of the Math Teacher Blogs 2015
- Word Problems with Bar Models
- Pie Eating Contest
- Radian Intro
- Types of Numbers Sort
- Math Practices Portfolio2
- Math Practices Portfolio
- Unit 1 MAP
- Algebra 1 Priority Map
- Algebra I Priority Standards
- Math Practice Posters
- Grade Scale
- Nix the Tricks NCTM
- Exponetial Function Card Sort
- Booth Info Sheets
- Tape Diagrams
- Balance Puzzle and Graph
- TMC 2015 Program
- TMC 2015 Program
- Concepts
- Lemonade Stand 2014 Updated
- Lemonade Stand
- Lemonade Stand 2014
- Distance Graph
- Unit Plan 2 Trig Graphs
- Unit Plan 2 One Variable Equations/Inequalities