### We found 97 reviewed resources for geometry terminology

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#### ABC Geometry Book

Help your middle and high schoolers explore geometric terminology. In this geometry activity, learners use the entire year to create an ABC Geometry book. Students use a list of terms learned in class to create a page for each letter....

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#### Basic Geometry Terms

Set your pupils up to start on geometry by teaching them some introductory terminology. Pupils learn the terms by reading a short passage and looking at examples. They then respond to five questions related to the text.

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#### Pythagorean Theorem

Crossing into the realm of geometry with this video, Sal introduces the Pythagorean Theorem to viewers. He uses several examples (and right triangles) to illustrate the uses and application of the Pythagorean Theorem.

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#### Polling of geometric definition

Students complete a survey. For this math lesson, the students will answer questions about terminology related to geometry. The purpose of the lesson, is to find out if students know basic geometry terminology.

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#### Points, Lines, Planes, and Space

For this points, lines, planes, and space worksheet, students solve word problems dealing with points, lines, planes, and space. Students complete 20 individual problems and 20 group problems.

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#### Geometric Properties

Young scholars find triangular angles using the angle theorem. In this geometry lesson, students describe labeled triangles, use the pythagorean theorem, and rewrite information about triangles in standard form.

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#### The Language of Geometry

Young scholars define vocabulary words. In this geometry lesson plan, students define lines, points, segments and other important terminology needed to solve problems. They use picture and words to define their terminology.

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#### Discovery of Pi

Serve up a slice of math for Pi Day! A combination of fun, hands-on lessons and helpful worksheets encourage learners to practice finding the radius, diameter, and circumference of different circles.

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#### Slicing Square Watermelon

Nothing like sitting on the porch enjoying a big slice of watermelon, unless it's square and then how do we cut it? This instructional activity starts with the cube and the shape possibilities when we make cuts in different locations....

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#### Geometry in the Real World

Eighth graders complete a unit of lessons on basic geometry concepts. They participate in a variety of activities, culminating in a project that involves publishing a booklet or a poster that presents the major geometry concepts from the...

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#### Probability and Geometry

Students explore the ways Geometry can help solve probability problems. Students describe platonic solids and practice calculating probability using an online resource. They construct dice with various numbers of sides to demonstrate...

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#### The Undefined Terms of Geometry

Tenth graders define terminologies related to geometry. In this geometry lesson, 10th graders discuss undefined terms, line segment and ray. They answer the question, how many points it takes to make a line.

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#### Cross Sections

Use this activity on cross-sections of three-dimensional shapes in your math class to work on algebra or geometry Common Core standards. The lesson includes a list of relevent terminology, and a step-by-step process to illustrate the...

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#### STEM Activities for Middle School Students

Use STEM activities within the class to provide connections to concepts. The resource includes activities that range from working with buoyancy to building rockets and launching them. Other activities involve the engineering design...

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#### Geometry At Its Best

Students define terminology graphically on the TI. In this math lesson, students manipulate the TI to bring to life geometric terminology. They discover a visual way to remember their vocabulary.

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#### Acute Right and Obtuse Angles

Highlighting the basics of working with angles, this resource could provide a sound introductory activity for students who are beginning to learn about angles. Eager mathematicians will be introduced to the terminology associated with...

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#### Triangle Medians and Centroids

The terminology used in geometry, including such words as centroid and median are discussed in this video. Through this lecture, young mathematicians can see a visual representation both median and centroid. Also, a proof showing how to...

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#### Triangle Medians and Centroids

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#### Triangle Medians and Centroids (2D Proof)

After addressing the terminology used with medians and centroids of triangles in the first part of this series, the instructor shows how to solve this type of problem. He illustrates the concepts by using a high-level problem....

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#### Geometry

Students are introduced to the basics of Geometry. Using cutout shapes, they identify whether they are polygons by using the properties of polygons. They practice drawing shapes they are going to be using on an everyday basis and...

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#### Transformations=Grade 10

Tenth graders explore transformations. In this geometry lesson, 10th graders recognize, perform and derive rules for the basic transformations of translation, reflection, and rotation. The lesson also considers compositions.

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#### I Can Name that Angle in One Measure! - Grade Eight

Collaborative groups work with geometry manipulatives to investigate conjectures about angles. They create a graphic organizer to use in summarizing relationships among angles in intersecting, perpendicular and parallel lines cut by a...

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#### Four Color Map

Students explore geometry by completing a color puzzle. In this shape identification lesson plan, students utilize deductive reasoning to complete a Google SketchUp puzzle with trapezoid, triangles and rectangular shapes. Students...

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#### 2-D and 3-D Presents at Pedro's Party

Fifth graders draw 2-D and 3-D shapes. They sketch and label geometric figures with correct terminology, then explore parallel and perpendicular lines. Pupils sort and classify shapes drawn.