Interactive Notebook Notes Angles, Lines, & Proofs BUNDLE
Need quality Geometry notes for your interactive notebooks (INB) that don’t waste paper? These notes for use all parts of the page with guided notes, guided practice, and independent practice as you introduce your students to these basic geometry concepts. Students cut the guided notes section off for note-taking and then use the leftovers for guided practice, visual cues, and independent practice. No more wasting space on a page or scraps of paper!
Essential Skills from this unit:
- identify angle pairs in sketches
- identify the relationships of angle pairs when the lines are parallel
- justify whether the lines are parallel or not based on angle measures
- apply algebra to interpret sketches and find missing information
- apply deductive reasoning to explain relationships between angles or lines
- prove theorems about angles
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2-1 Lines Cut by a Transversal
2-5 Intro to Proofs I: Algebraic Reasoning
2-6 Intro to Proofs II: Angles and Lines
Please check out the PREVIEW above to see more information about the content of the notes and how to use them.
*Bonus File!* Also included in this download is a bonus Unit-at-a-Glance! You receive a unit overview, part of the full curriculum map.
These guided notes are helpful with fulfilling IEPs and 504s that are written to help support student note-taking. Also very helpful for English Language Learners.
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