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Unit Title: Circle Geometry

Name: Tyler Smith

Content Area: High School Geometry

Grade Level: 9th/10th

CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s):

9-12.G-C Circles

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9-12.G-C.1 Prove that all circles are similar.

Similarity of circles (G-P.9)

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**9-12.G-C.2 Identify and describe relationships among inscribed angles, radii, and chords.
**

Arcs and chords (G-U.6)

Inscribed angles (G-U.9)

**9-12.G-C.3 Construct the inscribed and circumscribed circles of a triangle, and prove properties of angles for a
**

quadrilateral inscribed in a circle.

Construct the circumcenter or incenter of a triangle (G-M.6)

Perimeter of polygons with an inscribed circle (G-U.8)

Angles in inscribed right triangles (G-U.10)

Angles in inscribed quadrilaterals (G-U.11)

Construct the inscribed or circumscribed circle of a triangle (G-U.16)

**9-12.G-C.4 Construct a tangent line from a point outside a given circle to the circle.
**

Tangent lines (G-U.7)

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Construct a tangent line to a circle (G-U.12)

**Big Ideas/Unit Goals:
**

How do we understand circles?

What are the main methods of measuring circles?

How do we prove a theorem about circles in geometry?

How is the geometry of circles used in real life?

Unit Summary:

In this unit, you will explore, prove, and apply important properties of circles that include topics like arc length, radians, inscribed

angles, and tangents. First, it is important to make sure you're familiar with notation and key terms like radius, diameter, circumference,

pi, tangent, secant, and major/minor arcs before you dive into the rest of the circles content. We will utilize group work, flash cards,

homework, and in class activities to learn key vocabulary and concepts. Then we will begin solving equations with arcs, chords, and radii.

We will move on to solve problems using algebraic techniques and involving secant and tangent segments. There will be a focus on

understanding how to write proofs of theorems in this section, culminating in a project where students will create proofs on a poster. The

exam for this unit is comprehensive of all the content standards mentioned above. We will focus throughout the unit on real life

applications of circle geometry.

Assessment Plan:

Entry-Level:

1. Group Questions & Discussion on Circle

Geometry Terms

Formative:

1. Flashcards on Unit Terms and

Formulas on Quizlet

2. Group Scavenger Hunt Race.

Groups of four will answer quiz

Summative:

1. Exam- Understanding and Applying

Theorems about Circles

2. Create a Poster explaining the steps

for a Proof from the unit: such as the

**questions placed around the room.
**

3. Bingo Equation and Terminology

Game

4. Quiz on Definitions and Calculating

Arc Lengths

Lesson 1

Student Learning

Objective:

1. Demonstrate

ability to

convert

between

degrees and

radians on

quizzes identify

and describe

relationships

among

inscribed

angles, radii,

and chords.

Lesson 2

Student Learning

Objective:

1. Demonstrate

deeper

Acceptable Evidence

(Assessments):

Students will take

weekly quizzes, answer

questions in class, and

work in groups to

complete assignments.

Lesson Activities:

Acceptable Evidence:

The student’s

participation will be

tracked, all students

Lesson Activities:

**angle subtended at the
**

circumference by a semicircle is a

right angle

**Students will engage in group discussion and complete several worksheets together.
**

There will be daily homework assignments and weekly short quizzes. Students will

create flashcards for unit vocabulary. Students will begin reading proofs using the

terms that they learn.

**Students will begin practicing proofs and constructing various angles and inscribed
**

shape problems. There will be in class activities such as a Group Scavenger Hunt

knowledge of

inscribed and

circumscribed

angles by

practicing

proofs. Begin

calculating arc

lengths.

Lesson 3

Student Learning

Objective:

1. Demonstrate

understanding of proofs

on circle similarity,

tangent lines, and

angles in circles.

**must answer a question
**

correctly on the white

board and actively

participate in group

discussion and

homework

assignemtns.

**Race and a Bingo Equation and Terminology Game.
**

.

Acceptable Evidence:

There will be an exam

on Understanding and

Applying Theorems

about Circles. Project

creating a poster of a

student’s proof for a

theorem from this unit.

Lesson Activities:

Students will create a poster explaining the steps for a Proof from the unit: such as

the angle subtended at the circumference by a semicircle is a right angle. There will

be a summative final exam for the unit.

Unit Resources:

Geometry Student Edition 2012 CCSS; Hardcover; Author - McGraw-Hill Education

Interactive & Explorative Examples- On Math WareHouse you can view interactive images and videos covering topics such as arcs,

chords, and tangents.

Basic Reference for Circle Geometry- On Cool Math you can get a simplified summary of the definitions and formulas for the unit.

Definitions and Sample Problems- On Math Goodies you view examples of the unit terminology and complete sample questions with

explanations.

Practice Questions with Answers- On this website there is a 20 question quiz that will prepare you well for the exam.

Geometry Problems with Answers- Another resource for reviewing the formulas and completing practice problems.

Circle Geometry Practice Problems and Application- This website provides many practice problems and explains real world explanation.

Track your progress on each standard- This website provides quizzes on each content standard and tracks you progress as you advance.

Interactive problems and video explanations- Explore, prove, and apply important properties of circles on Khanacademy.org where you

can test and track your progress on the unit.

Geometry Tutorial Video Playlist- This is a youtube video playlist by Mathhelp.com that has a large selection of video explanations on

circle geometry.

Online Tutoring Videos- This website requires payment but is a much cheaper option to private tutoring and covers the unit we are

studying.

Useful Websites:

http://www.mathopenref.com/tocs/circlestoc.html- This website includes links to interactive pages on most topics covered in our unit.

https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/circle-sector-segment.html- This website covers circle sectors and segments.

http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/geometry/gp15/circleangles.htm- This includes the basic five formulas

needed for working with angles in circles.

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry-home/cc-geometry-circles- Khan Academy is a great resource with

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