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PSAT 8/9 Math (8th Grade/ 9th Grade)Exam Preparation (Part 1)
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I am a retired Attorney. Also, I am a former high school geometry teacher. The classroom setting will be a combination of lectures, activities, and demonstrations. My goal is to engage the students into having a great learning experience. This will be a fifty-five-minute class. In this course, the students will learn nine basic undefined and defined geometric terms. The geometric terms they will learn will include points, lines, and planes (undefined terms); line segments, parallel...
Students will improve their understanding of basic geometric terms. This comprehension of undefined and defined geometric terms will help them when defining or proving other words and theorems in geometry.
A handout at the beginning of the class will be provided.
The students will play a game that will assess their comprehension of the course. The results of the test will be shared with the parents.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stacey H. EsqRetiree with a Zest for Teaching the Youth
4 total reviews
6 completed classes
I have a passion for teaching and tutoring children. I want my students to have an enjoyable learning experience. I love to read nonfiction books on other cultures, historical events, and characters. Also, math has always been a dear friend. In...