Geometry PowerPoint | Similar Figures DISTANCE LEARNING
Teachers, save yourself time creating lessons! This fully editable PowerPoint lesson is professionally designed and teaches students the important concepts related to similar figures. The 7-slide lesson is animated for continued student engagement.
Concepts taught in this PowerPoint:
- symbol for “is similar to”
- definition of similar figures
- explanation of similarity statement and corresponding parts
- proportion to solve for missing side
- real world examples
- guided examples and practice
View the Preview and Video to see just what you receive in this resource.
Teaching virtually? Face to face? Both?
- Record your voice directly onto the slides and send the file to your students to watch at home as a PowerPoint slideshow. Insert > Audio > Record Audio.
- Use screencast software (Screencastify, Screen Cast-O-Matic, Zoom, Loom, Google Meets) to record yourself sharing your screen. Upload to YouTube and send the links to students.
- Hold a live video session (via Zoom, Google Meets, etc.) with your students and screen share the PowerPoint slide show.
- Record yourself teaching the lesson face to face using the PowerPoint.
- Send the PowerPoint to absent students.
- Use when you have a sub to ensure students are getting quality content even when you aren’t there.
Need guided notes that compliment the PowerPoint? Here you go! These Interactive Notebook Notes use the same format and examples so your students can write the notes as you teach.
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