# Geometry

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```					                                          Geometry
Course Syllabus
2010-2011
Mrs. Nicolle Chesshir
E-mail: nchesshir@jourdantonisd.net
Phone: 830-769-2350
Course Information: The study of Geometry includes math vocabulary, organization of proofs, points,
lines, planes and angles, parallel lines and planes, transformations and congruence, congruent triangles,
similar polygons, right triangles, circles, areas of plane and solid figures, volumes and surface areas of
solids, using formulas in solving problems, visualizing geometric situations, and using geometric ideas in
real situations.
Text: McDougal Littell Geometry: Texas Edition.
List of Topics to be learned:
Chapter 1 – Essentials of Geometry                Chapter 7 – Right Triangles and Trigonometry
Chapter 2 – Reasoning and Proof                   Chapter 8 – Quadrilaterals
Chapter 3 – Parallel and Perpendicular Lines      Chapter 9 – Properties of Transformations
Chapter 4 – Congruent Triangles                   Chapter 10 – Properties of Circles
Chapter 5 – Relationships within Triangles        Chapter 11 – Measuring Length and Area
Chapter 6 – Similarity                            Chapter 12 – Surface Area and Volume
Required Supplies for Success:
   1” 3-Ring Binder
   Notebook paper (college or wide ruled)
   Binder dividers
   Pencils and erasers
   ___________________________***For Extra Credit***

Grading: You will earn points for the following types of work:
Quizzes (worth 50 points each)
Tests, Papers, Projects, & benchmark exams (worth 100 points each)
Corrections: Corrections are only offered on tests (not quizzes). A second similar, but
different, test is given. I will select which questions you need to complete for the retest.
grade earned on corrections is a 70%. There are no corrections for the corrections. So

Lesson assignments and Notebooks (worth 100 points each)

Notebooks will be turned in for a grade after each chapter (see calendar). This syllabus is
the first item in your notebook.
Everyone’s notebook must be divided into the following sections:
1. Warm-ups
2. Notes
3. Lesson Assignments
4. Journal Entries
5. Quizzes and Tests
Absent/Late Work:
School related absences (co – and extra-curricular): The student is responsible for
notifying the teacher BEFORE to day of the absence. Work will only be given at this
time – no exceptions. The work is due the class period after you return to school.
Absences (excused and unexcused): Absent work will be available in your folder. Work
is due by the date designated.
Late Work: I will accept late work for 4 days (school days). If an assignment is turned in
during this time the highest grade possible is a 70%. After the 4 day period, the grade
will be a zero. No exceptions.

Classroom Expectations: My expectations for each class are as follows:
1. Be Respectful.
2. Be on time for class.
3. Be prepared to learn.
4. Be open to learning.
5. Follow all of Jourdanton High School rules and ALWAYS TRY YOUR BEST!!!!

Tutorials:
I am available in the mornings every day at 7:30. I stay after school several days a week
from 3:30 to 4:30. My after school schedule changes so please check the tutorial
calendar. Also, feel free to arrange a tutorial time with me.

If you are interested in receiving friendly email reminders for geometry class, feel free to e-mail

When you have read this, please bring it home and review it with a parent or guardian. After
he/she has carefully reviewed this document, have it signed and return it by Friday August 31,
2010. This counts as your first homework assignment.

Student signature                                                                           Date

Parent/Guardian signature                                                                   Date

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