3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:Quadrilaterials
  • Subject(s):Math
  • Days:17
  • Grade(s):8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Key Learning: We classify polygons by examining their sides and angles.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 
How can we use the properties of polygons to describe their sides and angles?
   
Concept: Interior and Exterior Angles of a Polygon
Concept: Classification of Quadrilaterials
Concept: Parallelograms
Concept: Rhombi, Rectangles, and Squares
Concept: Trapezoids and other Quadrilaterials
Concept: Quadrilaterial Proofs
Vocabulary:

square, diagonals

Vocabulary:

Additional Information:

Measurement: Develop or apply procedures to calculate measures of angles, area and perimeter for 2-dimensional figures and measures of volume and surface area for 3-dimensional 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, geo-boards, geometric software NO:Use rational and irrational numbers in quantifying geometric properties and in solving problems involving 2 and 3- dimensional shapes.

Resources:

Vocabulary Report

  • convex -
  • opposite sides -
  • square -
  • base -
  • quadrilaterial -
  • median -
  • diagonals -
  • opposite angles -
  • concave -
  • parallelogram -
  • base angles -
  • consecutive sides -
  • rectangle -
  • pentagon -
  • legs -
  • rhombus -
  • consecutive angles -
  • hexagon -
  • isosceles trapezoid -
  • square -
  • octagon -
  • trapezoid -
  • nonagon -
  • kite -
  • decagon -
  • dodecagon -
  • n-gon -
  • irregular -
  • polygon -
  • diagonal -
  • regular -