Unit 1 – Lines and Angles

    1.4 - 1.6, 2.6

    I can solve problems involving supplementary, complementary, perpendicular and vertical angles (include linear pairs, angle addition postulate, and angle bisector.)

    2.1 - 2.2

    I can make conjectures based on inductive reasoning, find counterexamples, and analyze conditional statements (inverse, converse, contrapositive, and biconditional statements.)

     2.4I can identify and apply properties of equality to use them in an algebraic proof. 
     3.1, 3.3I can identify and use the properties of parallel lines to determine congruent or          supplementary angles.  I can also use algebra to find these angles.


    I can create a proof using the properties of parallel lines. 


    Unit 2 – Triangles

    4.1, 5.5

    I can classify triangles by angles and sides. (Determine if three given lengths    
              make a triangle and determine a range of values for a missing side length.)


    I can apply the angle sum theorem and the exterior angle theorem.    

     4.2 - 4.4,
      I can prove triangles are congruent using SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS and HL.  
                (Corresponding parts of congruent triangles and naming of triangles.)


    I can use properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles.    


    Unit 2 – Triangles Exension

     1.5 I can find the midpoint of a segment and bisect a segment and an angle.


    1.3, 1.5 

    I can place geometric figures in a coordinate plane and apply the distance formula, midpoint formula and use variables as coordinates.

    5.1 - 5.4

    I can identify and use perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors, medians, midsegments and altitudes in triangles.  


    Unit  3 – Similar Triangles

    8.1, 8.3

    I can identify similar figures and solve problems involving scale factors.      

             Write ratios and use properties of proportions.
             Find missing angle measures and side lengths given a ratio of sides.
             Use scale factor with similar figures including perimeter.

    8.4, 8.5

    I can prove triangles are similar using AA, SAS and SSS. (Corresponding parts of similar triangles and naming of triangles.)

     8.3 - 8.6 I can apply properties of similar triangles and logically justify results.     

    8.3, 8.6

    I can recognize and use proportional relationships of angle bisectors, altitudes, and medians of any given triangle.


    Unit 4 – Quadrilaterals

    6.2 - 6.6

    I can classify quadrilaterals using both coordinate proof and given properties (parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, kites and trapezoids.)

    6.2 - 6.6

    I can apply properties of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, kites and trapezoids.  

     Unit 5 – Right Triangles
    9.2, 9.3I can use the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
    9.4I can use properties of 45-45-90 triangles and 30-60-90 triangles.
     9.5, 9.6I can find trig ratios using right triangles and solve problems using trig ratios. 
     I can use the Law of Sines and Cosines to solve a triangle.
     Unit 6 – Polygons and Circles
    I can identify and use parts of circles and solve problems involving the         
             circumference of a circle. 
    I can recognize major and minor arcs, semicircles and central angles and their
             measures.  I can also find arc length. 
    I can recognize and use relationships between arcs and chords and between
             chords and diameters. 
    10.3 I can find measures of inscribed angles and angles of inscribed polygons. 
    I can use properties of tangents and solve problems involving circumscribed
    I can find measures of angles formed by lines intersecting on, inside, or outside
             the circle. 
    I can find measures of segments that intersect on the interior and exterior of a
    10.6 I can write the equation of a circle and graph a circle on the coordinate plane. 
     Unit 7 – Area (2D)
    6.1, 11.1
    I can find the sum of the measures of the interior and exterior angles of a
    I can find and apply the perimeter and area of 2-D figures (parallelograms,
             triangles, trapezoids, rhombi, regular and irregular polygons, circles,
             sectors and other figures.) 
    11.3 I can apply a scale factor on length and area. 
     Unit 8 – Surface Area and Volume (3D) 
    I can find and apply the surface area and volume of non-oblique 3-D figures
             (pyramids, cones and spheres… with basic prisms and cylinders as
    12.7 I can apply a scale factor on length, area and volume.  
     Unit 9 – Transformations
    I can describe and perform transformations on the coordinate plane including
             reflections,  rotations in 90 degree multiples about the origin, dilations,
             and translations.