# Geometry Pacing Guide 2012 2013 by BEzNqR

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Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 1                                                          Objectives                           Suggested Resources

August 8-                      2a) Represent data from geometric and real-world contexts           The Mississippi Curriculum
September 7, 2012                  with expressions, formulas, tables, charts, graphs, relations,      Framer
and functions. (DOK 2)                                              “The Big Ideas and Puzzles of
Geometry” Unit 1
2d) Apply the Midpoint and Distance formulas to solve               “Back to Basics” Unit 2
application problems involving the coordinate plane. (DOK 2)

2e) Determine the effects of rigid (translations, rotations, and
reflections) and non-rigid (dilations) motions and
compositions when performed on objects on the coordinate
plane. (DOK 2)

3a) Use inductive reasoning to make conjectures and
deductive reasoning to make valid conclusions. (DOK 3)

3b) Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs
to include paragraph, two-column, and flow chart forms.
(DOK 3)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 1                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

3c) Identify, classify, and apply angle relationships formed by     The Mississippi Curriculum
September 10-
parallel lines cut by transversals. (DOK 2)                         Framer
October 5, 2012
2c) Use slope to analyze and write equations for parallel and       “Back to Basics”
perpendicular lines. (DOK 2)                                        “Coordinate Geometry”

2a) Represent data from geometric and real-world contexts
with expressions, formulas, tables, charts, graphs, relations,
and functions. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 2                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

October 8-                     3e) Classify triangles and apply postulates and theorems to test     The Mississippi Curriculum
November 9, 2012                  for triangle inequality, congruence, and similarity. (DOK 2)         Framer
(Continued on next                                                                                     “Triangles”
page)                       3d) Use the properties of altitudes, medians, angle bisectors,        “Taking Shape”
and perpendicular bisectors of triangles to solve problems.
(DOK 2)

3b) Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs           The Mississippi Curriculum
to include paragraph, two-column, and flow chart forms.              Framer
(DOK 3)                                                              “Taking Shape”
“Back to basics”
3e) Classify triangles and apply postulates and theorems to test      “Triangles”
for triangle inequality, congruence, and similarity. (DOK 2)          “All You Ever Wanted To Know
1c) Solve real-world or application problems that involve
square roots and the Pythagorean Theorem. (DOK 3)
The Mississippi Curriculum
1b) Given exact irrational solutions, determine the best rational    Framer
estimation. (DOK 2)                                                  “All You Ever Wanted To

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 2                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

October 8-                     4b) Solve real-world applications and mathematical problems
November 9, 2012                  to find missing measurements in right triangles by applying
special right triangle relationships, geometric means, or
trigonometric functions. (DOK 2)

4d) Explain and use the properties of 45-45-90 or 30-60-90
triangles. (DOK 2)

November 12-                     3d) Use the properties of altitudes, medians, angle bisectors,       The Mississippi Curriculum
December16, 2012                  and perpendicular bisectors of triangles to solve problems.          Framer
(DOK 2)                                                              “Triangles”
(Continued on next                                                                                     “All You Ever Wanted To Know
page)                       3b) Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs           About Right Triangles”
to include paragraph, two-column, and flow chart forms. (DOK
3)

3e) Classify triangles and apply postulates and theorems to test
for triangle inequality, congruence, and similarity. (DOK 2)

1c) Solve real-world or application problems that involve
square roots and the Pythagorean Theorem. (DOK 3)

The Mississippi Curriculum

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

School Year 2012-2013
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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 2                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

November 12-                                                                                          Framer
December16, 2012                  1b) Given exact irrational solutions, determine the best             “All You Ever Wanted To
rational estimation. (DOK 2)                                         Know About Right Triangles”

4b) Solve real-world applications and mathematical problems
to find missing measurements in right triangles by applying
special right triangle relationships, geometric means, or
trigonometric functions. (DOK 2)

4d) Explain and use the properties of 45-45-90 or 30-60-90
triangles. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 3                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

January 7-February                 4d) Explain and use the properties of 45-45-90 and 30-60-90         The Mississippi Curriculum
1, 2013                       triangles. (DOK 2)                                                  Framer
“All You Ever Wanted To Know
2a) Represent data from geometric and real-world contexts           About Right Triangles”
with expressions, formulas, tables, charts, graphs, relations,
and functions. (DOK 2)

3b) Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs
to include paragraph, two-column, and flow chart forms.
(DOK 3)

3e) Classify triangles and apply postulates and theorems to
test for triangle inequality, congruence, and similarity.
(DOK 2)                                                             The Mississippi Curriculum
(Continued on next                                                                                     Framer
page)                        1a) Apply problem-solving skills to solve and verify the            “Triangles”
solutions for unknown measures in similar polygons. (DOK 2)         “Taking Shape”
“Coordinate Geometry”
3i) Given the pre-image or image, find figures obtained by
applying reflections, translations, rotations, and dilations;
describe and justify the method used. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 3                                                          Objectives                     Suggested Resources

January 7-February                 2e) Determine the effects of rigid (translations, rotations, and
1, 2013                       reflections) and non-rigid (dilations) motions and
compositions when performed on objects on the coordinate
plane. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

School Year 2012-2013
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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 3                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

February 4-March 8,                 3e) Classify triangle and apply postulates and theorems to test     The Mississippi Curriculum
2013                        for triangle inequality, congruence, and similarity. (DOK 2)        Framer
(Continued on next                                                                                      “Triangles”
page)                        4e) Apply the relationships of sine, cosine, and tangent, to         “All You Ever Wanted To Know
problems involving right triangles. (DOK 2)                         About Right Triangles”
“Coordinate Geometry”
4d) Explain and use the properties of 45-45-90 and 30-60-90
triangles. (DOK 2)

1c) Solve real-world or application problems that involve
square roots and the Pythagorean theorem. (DOK 3)

4b) Solve real-world applications and mathematical problems
to find missing measurements in right triangles by applying
special right triangle relationships, geometric means, or
trigonometric functions. (DOK 2)

3h) Graph a vector and determine the magnitude and direction
of a given vector. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 3                                                          Objectives                     Suggested Resources

Term 4                                                          Objectives                     Suggested Resources

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 4                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

March 18-April 20,                 2a) Represent data from geometric and real world contexts           The Mississippi Curriculum
2013                        with expressions, formulas, tables, charts, graphs, relations,      Framer
(Continued on next                 and functions. (DOK 2)                                               “All You Ever Wanted To Know
2b) Recognize and write the equation of a circle in standard        “Coordinate Geometry”
form (x-h)2 +(y-k)2 = r2 and identify the center and radius.
(DOK 2)

1b) Given exact irrational solutions, determine the best
rational estimation. (DOK 2)

1c) Solve real-world or application problems that involve
square roots and the Pythagorean Theorem. (DOK 3)

2c) Use slope to analyze and write equations for parallel and
perpendicular lines. (DOK 2)

2d) Apply the Midpoint and Distance Formulas to solve
application problems involving the coordinate plane. (DOK 2)

5a) Apply multiple strategies and representations, including
area models, to solve probability problems. (DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 4                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

March 18-April 19,                 4c) Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving the        The Mississippi Curriculum
2013                         lateral area, surface area, and volume of three-dimensional         Framer
figures, including prisms, cylinders, cones, pyramids, and          “Thinking in Three Dimensions”
spheres. (DOK 2)

3g) Describe and draw cross-sections of prisms, cylinders,
pyramids, and cones. (DOK 1)

2a) Represent data from geometric and real-world contexts
with expressions, formulas, tables, charts, graphs, relations,
and functions. (DOK 2)

April 22-May 24,                  4a) Use the properties of circles including arc, angle, and         The Mississippi Curriculum
2013                        segment relationships to find missing measures. (DOK 2)             Framer
(Continued on next                                                                                     “When Circles and Lines Collide”
page)                       3a) Use inductive reasoning to make conjectures and                 “Back To Basics”
deductive reasoning to make valid conclusions. (DOK 3)

3b) Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs
to include paragraph, two-column, and flow chart forms.
(DOK 3)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

School Year 2012-2013
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Office of Curriculum and Instruction
Geometry Pacing Guide 2012-2013

Term 4                                                          Objectives                          Suggested Resources

2b) Recognize and write the equation of a circle in standard        The Mississippi Curriculum
April 22-May 24,                  form (x-h)2 +(y-k)2 = r2 and identify the center and radius.        Framer
2013                        (DOK 2)                                                             “A Plane Truth”
“Taking Shape”
2e) Determine the effects of rigid (translations, rotations, and
reflections) and non-rigid (dilations) motions and compositions
when performed on objects on the coordinate plane. (DOK 2)

3i) Given the pre-image or image, find figures obtained by
applying reflections, translations, rotation, and dilations;
describe and justify the method used. (DOK 2)

3f) Determine and justify if a given shape could be tessellated.
(DOK 2)

Bold and underlined item(s) within the objective indicate the focus for that term.
Objectives in italic print indicate review.
Additional Suggested Resources are available in curriculum documents.

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