 
How can we use the properties of polygons to describe their sides and angles?


3. Student Learning Map
 Topic:Quadrilaterials
 Subject(s):Math
 Days:17
 Grade(s):8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Measurement: Develop or apply procedures to calculate measures of angles, area and perimeter for 2dimensional figures and measures of volume and surface area for 3dimensional figures. Describe and verify how a change on one measurement in a two or three dimensional figure will affect other measurements of that figure. Geometry: Use concepts of congruence and similarity to relate and compare 2 and 3 dimensional figures. Use geometric properties to verify and/or establish relationships involving 2 and 3 dimensional figures. Solve problems using proportional reasoning and the Pythagorean Theorem. manipulatives, geoboards, geometric software NO:Use rational and irrational numbers in quantifying geometric properties and in solving problems involving 2 and 3 dimensional shapes.
Assessments:
1. Untitled Student AssessmentCulminating Activity:
1. Untitled Culminating ActivityAcquisition Lesson:
1. How do we classify polygons?2. How do we determine the size of angles in regular and irregular polygons?3. What properties distinquish one quadrilaterial from another?4. What are the properties of parallelograms?5. What are the properties of each special parallelogram?6. Why is a trapezoid not a parallelogram?7. Why is a trapezoid not a parallelogram?Extending Thinking Lesson:
1. What are the properties of the median of a trapezoid?2. What can be proven using the properties of quadrilaterials?