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### High School Geometry (16 Weeks) | Full Course | Live Class

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 9 - 12

This course covers high school geometry, which is typically taken after algebra 1. It is intended for learners who have already studied elementary/middle school geometry. During each class, students will listen to my explanations of concepts and key terms related to our unit. They will be expected to take notes, work on problems individually, and participate in class. We will also work on problems together as a group. The last few minutes of each session will be used to answer questions and...

16 lessons//16 Weeks

Week 1Lesson 1Performing transformationsStudents explore foundational concepts in geometry, including rotations, reflections, dilations, and their properties. They learn how to apply transformations to geometric figures and understand the principles of geometric proofs involving transformations.Week 2Lesson 2Performing transformations & transformation properties and proofStudents explore foundational concepts in geometry, including rotations, reflections, dilations, and their properties. They learn how to apply transformations to geometric figures and understand the principles of geometric proofs involving transformations.Week 3Lesson 3CongruenceStudents delve into triangle congruence through transformations, working with triangles, constructing lines and angles, and identifying congruent triangles. They explore the properties of congruent figures and apply congruence criteria in various geometric contexts.Week 4Lesson 4CongruenceStudents delve into triangle congruence through transformations, working with triangles, constructing lines and angles, and identifying congruent triangles. They explore the properties of congruent figures and apply congruence criteria in various geometric contexts.Week 5Lesson 5SimilarityStudents investigate similar triangles, solving problems involving similar triangles, and proving relationships between similar figures. They learn about proportions, scale factors, and the properties of similar polygons.Week 6Lesson 6SimilarityStudents investigate similar triangles, solving problems involving similar triangles, and proving relationships between similar figures. They learn about proportions, scale factors, and the properties of similar polygons.Week 7Lesson 7Right triangles & TrigonometryStudents explore the Pythagorean theorem, trigonometric ratios, and applications of trigonometry in right triangles. They learn to solve for sides and angles in right triangles using trigonometric functions and apply trigonometric concepts to real-world problems.Week 8Lesson 8Right triangles & TrigonometryStudents explore the Pythagorean theorem, trigonometric ratios, and applications of trigonometry in right triangles. They learn to solve for sides and angles in right triangles using trigonometric functions and apply trigonometric concepts to real-world problems.Week 9Lesson 9Analytic GeometryStudents learn about distance, midpoints, and dividing line segments using coordinate geometry principles. They explore the coordinate plane, equations of lines, and geometric relationships between points and lines.Week 10Lesson 10Analytic GeometryStudents learn about distance, midpoints, and dividing line segments using coordinate geometry principles. They explore the coordinate plane, equations of lines, and geometric relationships between points and lines.Week 11Lesson 11Conic SectionsStudents study conic sections, focusing on the standard equation of a circle and its properties. They explore ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas, and their geometric characteristics.Week 12Lesson 12Conic SectionsStudents study conic sections, focusing on the standard equation of a circle and its properties. They explore ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas, and their geometric characteristics.Week 13Lesson 13CirclesStudents delve into circle basics, including arc measures, radians, arc length, and constructing circle sectors. They explore tangents, chord properties, and the relationships between angles and arcs in circles.Week 14Lesson 14CirclesStudents delve into circle basics, including arc measures, radians, arc length, and constructing circle sectors. They explore tangents, chord properties, and the relationships between angles and arcs in circles.Week 15Lesson 15Solid GeometryStudents explore solid geometry principles, including Cavalieri's principle, volume, surface area, and density. They solve problems involving three-dimensional shapes and apply geometric concepts to real-world situations.Week 16Lesson 16Solid GeometryStudents explore solid geometry principles, including Cavalieri's principle, volume, surface area, and density. They solve problems involving three-dimensional shapes and apply geometric concepts to real-world situations.

1. Develop a strong understanding of basic geometric concepts such as points, lines, angles, and shapes. 2. Learn how to apply geometric concepts to real-world problems, such as calculating the area of a room or the volume of a solid object. 3. Develop proficiency in using geometric tools such as a compass, protractor, and ruler. 4. Understand the relationships between different geometric shapes and how to use those relationships to solve problems, such as finding missing angles or sides. 5. Learn how to use deductive reasoning and logical thinking to prove geometric theorems and solve geometric problems. 6. Develop spatial reasoning skills, such as the ability to visualize and manipulate objects in three-dimensional space. 7. Develop critical thinking skills by analyzing and evaluating geometric arguments and solutions. 8. Strengthen problem-solving skills by applying geometric concepts to a variety of problems, including those that require creativity and innovation. 9. Increase confidence in math skills by mastering the concepts and applications of geometry. 10. Prepare for success in future math courses and college-level math courses by building a strong foundation in geometry.

For over three years, I have been involved in teaching mathematics and providing tutoring services. As a mathematics teacher, I have a deep understanding of various mathematical concepts and their applications. I specialize in algebra, geometry, calculus, and have a strong ability to explain complex mathematical theories in easy-to-understand terms. I have experience utilizing different teaching methods to cater to students of varying skills and learning styles. Additionally, I am proficient in using various software and tools to enhance the learning experience such as graphing calculus and online educational resources. I am passionate about mathematics and committed to helping my students achieve their academic goals.

## Homework Offered

Weekly homework will be assigned in the form of worksheets or assignments on Khan Academy. Homework sheets will be provided after each class, and students are expected to turn in their completed homework before the next class. They can submit their homework in the form of an image, scan, PDF, or other appropriate format. Additionally, unit tests consisting of 9-12 questions will be assigned on Khan Academy.## 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class

## Assessments Offered

To receive a letter grade or a letter of completion, learners are required to complete all assignments, participate in class, and take a cumulative course review test.## Grades Offered

In this class, you can receive a letter of completion, a letter grade, or a pass/no pass option, along with a certificate of completion.

For high school geometry, learners should have completed Algebra 1 and possess proficiency in arithmetic and basic geometric concepts. Strong problem-solving skills and familiarity with algebraic manipulation are also essential.

In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:

This class utilizes Khan Academy and Google Classroom, which are free websites that offer videos and supplementary materials for learners. All communication between the teacher and students is solely conducted through the Outschool platform, and communication on other platforms is disabled. Additional resources, such as YouTube videos, may also be provided to learners as needed.

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###### Group Class

#### $350

for 16 classes1x per week, 16 weeks

50 min

Completed by 9 learners

Live video meetings

Ages: 13-18

2-9 learners per class