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Prentice Hall Geometry. The activities in this session are designed to familiarize you with the mathematics materials that you will use as the primary source for your mathematics instructional program. Goals of this PD Session.

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## Prentice Hall Geometry

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**Prentice HallGeometry**The activities in this session are designed to familiarize you with the mathematics materials that you will use as the primary source for your mathematics instructional program.**Goals of this PD Session**• To become familiar with the layout of the teacher resources provided for the program. • To identify components of the program that will facilitate and enhance your instruction.**Exploration**• Course Review for Geometry • Part 1: Materials Review • Review adopted text. • Explore print course materials. • Part 2: Technologies • Delve into the digital resources available. • Part 3: Standards & Planning • Explore how the new materials support the DoDEA standards with your current teaching assignment.**Part 1: Materials Review**STUDENT MATERIALS Geometry TEACHER MATERIALSGeometry Self-registration Blackboard Community – Curriculum Cycle**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Check it out: Take a minute to pause and reflect on the topic sequence of the chapters. Page xxii**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Page 82**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Page 83**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS!! Page 85**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Page 86**Check it out:**Explore the wealth of differentiated instruction resources. Teachers Edition of the Textbook Page 88A and 88B**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Check it out: How can you use the Concept Byte Lessons in your class? Page 96-97**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Page 105**Teachers Edition of the Textbook**Check it out: Take time to review the various review and assessment options. Turn to page 128 to explore the PULL IT TOGETHER Chapter tasks. Turn to page 129-132 to explore the CHAPTER REVIEW Questions. Turn to page 133 to explore the CHAPTER TEST. Turn to page 134-136 to explore the CUMULATIVE TEST PREP.**Part 2: Technology**STUDENT MATERIALS Geometry TEACHER MATERIALSGeometry Digital Resources Self-registration Blackboard Community – Curriculum Cycle**Online Resources**What is different about this new text book resource? IT’S INTERACTIVE!!! www.pearsonsuccessnet.com Teacher access code: PHMADP11NTENGMB**Online Resources**Check it out: Take some time to investigate the online resources available.**Focus**DoDEA Standards Assess Practice Teach Part 3: Standards and Planning Unpacking the Standards • Essential Understanding & Guiding Questions • Inquiry & Conceptual-based Learning • Formative and Summative. • Differentiated Instruction**Standards and Planning**Using this standard… G.1.2: Construct congruent segments and angles, angle bisectors, and parallel and perpendicular lines using a straight edge and compass, explaining and justifying the process used. Example: Construct the perpendicular bisector of a given line segment, justifying each step of the process.**Standards and Planning**…along with the Essential Understandings & Guiding Questions… The tools of geometry let you construct accurate geometric figures and determine spatial relationships. •Why does a compass help you in geometric construction? In solving problems? • What are the advantages of using tools and measuring without numbers? • How can you construct a square or an equilateral triangle using only the tools of construction? • When is a protractor or a tool with numbers necessary? Constructions are different than drawings, because constructions are mathematically precise. • When do mathematicians use a drawing and why? When should you use a drawing or a construction? • Why are steps or a specific plan important when creating a geometric construction? • What information can be learned from creating an accurate representation of a figure?**Summary**3 2 1 Two features in the new materials that will enhance your Geometry teaching Three features you are glad to see continued in the New Geometry Materials Something that you would like to learn more about

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