• WEEK 4:

    Day 15 - 4/6/2020 

    1. Read Notes 7-1 Ratios and Proportions
    2. Login to Pearson Realize
    3. Watch assigned video "7-1 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Solve a Proportion Using Cross Products"
    4. Complete "Section 7-1 Practice" and submit it.

     

    Day 16 - 4/7/2020  

    1. Login to Khan Academy
    2. Watch assigned video "Worked Example: Solving Proportions"
    3. Complete "Solving Proportions" exercise on Khan Academy. 
    4. Go to Ratios and Proportionsto complete the Quizizz and submit it.(if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 035528)

     

    Day 17 - 4/8/2020  

    1. Go to Quiz: Ratios and Proportions(if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 237526)
    2. This counts as a QUIZ GRADE. It will be graded on correctness not just completion!
    3. Complete any missing work from prior assignments before the end of the marking period, April 8.

  • WEEK 5:

    Day 18 - 4/15/2020 

    1. Read Notes 7-2 Similar Polygons
    2. Login to Pearson Realize
    3. Watch assigned video "7-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What are Similar Figures?"
    4. Watch assigned video "7-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Solve a Word Problem Using a Proportion?"
    5. Complete "Section 7-2 Review" and submit it.

    Day 19 - 4/16/2020  

    1. Login to Khan Academy
    2. Watch assigned video "Solving similar triangles"
    3. Watch assigned video "Solving similar triangles: same side plays different roles"
    4. Complete "Solving Similar Triangles(basic)" exercise on Khan Academy. 
    5. Complete "Solving Similar Triangles(advanced)" exercise on Khan Academy

    Day 20 - 4/17/2020  

    1. Go to Similar Polygons Quiz (if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 699906)
    2. This counts as a QUIZ GRADE. It will be graded on correctness not just completion!
  • Emergency Closing Plans

    Students are to complete the following on each day of school closure.

    Block 1, Block 2, and Block 3 will complete the following assignments.

    If you have ANY questions regarding the assignments, please contact me via Remind or Email (levandowski@crhsd.org)

    Any assignments not completed on time, will lose a full letter grade for each day late(10 points).

    WEEK 1:

    Day 1 :3/17/2020

    1. Login to Pearson Realize (click the link).

    2. Watch assigned video "1-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What are Vertical Angles?"

    3. Watch assigned video "1-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What are Supplementary Angles?"

    4. Watch assigned video "1-7 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What Is the Distance Formula?"

    5. Complete "Chapter 1: Review" Assignment and submit it.

    Day 2: 3/18/2020

    1. Read instructions for Distance and Midpoint Road Trip Project (click the link).

    2. Research different locations you would like to visit. Be sure to explain WHY you chose the places you did.

    3. Use the Road Trip Project Guide (click the link) to begin working on the project.

    4. You can print and write on the Guide or use a separate sheet of paper.

    5. You must have at least two days of your "Trip" completed by the end of this day.

    6. Send me a picture of your progress on the project through Remind or via e-mail.

    Day 3: 3/19/2020

    1. Complete Distance and Midpoint Road Trip Project.

    2. The project MUST be completed by the end of this day.

    3. Send me a picture of your final project via Remind or e-mail.

    4. If you typed up your project, you may e-mail that to me as well.

     

  • Day 4 - 3/20/2020 

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. Watch assigned video "3-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Find Missing Angles in a Transversal"
    3. Watch assigned video "3-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What is the Corresponding Angles Postulate?"
    4. Complete "Parallel Lines and Transversals Review" and submit it.
    5. Complete "Parallel Lines and Transversals Practice" and submit it.

    WEEK 2:

    Day 5 - 3/23/2020 

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. Watch assigned video "3-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What is the Triangle Sum Theorem?"
    3. Watch assigned video "3-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Find Missing Angles in a Triangle with Variables"
    4. Complete "Angles in Triangles Review"
    5. Go to Triangle Quizizz to complete the Quizizz and submit it.  (or go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 802921)

    Day 6 - 3/24/2020  

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. Watch assigned video "4-1 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Identify Corresponding Parts in Congruent Triangles"
    3. Complete "Congruent Figures Practice" and submit it.
    4. Go to Chapter 4 - Congruent Figuresto complete the Quizizz and submit it. (or go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 996532)

    Day 7 - 3/25/2020  

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. IMPORTANT. Read attached guided notes on the topic Guided Notes SSS/SAS 

    3. Read assigned activities Key Concept, Problem 1, Problem 2, and Problem 3.(Make sure you hit "Turn in")
    4. Watch assigned video "4-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Determine if Triangles on the Coordinate Plane are Congruent"
    5. Watch assigned video "4-2 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What is the Side-Angle-Side Postulate for Triangle Congruence?"
    6. Complete attached worksheet on SSS/SAS. You can either type in on the worksheet(it's a word document) or write your answers on a separate piece of paper and email/Remind message me a picture of your work. (PDF version)

    Day 8 - 3/26/2020  

    **Check your answers from yesterday's worksheet - SSS/SAS Answers ***

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. IMPORTANT. Read attached guided notes on the topic Guided Notes ASA/AAS/HL
    3. Read assigned acitivites Key Concept, Problem 1, Problem 2, Problem 3, and Problem 4. (Make sure you hit "Turn in")
    4. Watch assigned video "4-3 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Use a Congruence Postulate to Prove Triangles are Congruent?"
    5. Watch assigned video "4-3 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What is the Angle-Side-Angle Postulate for Triangle Congruence?"
    6. Complete attached worksheet on ASA/AAS. You can either type the answers up in a word document or write your answers on a separate piece of paper and email/Remind message me a picture of your work.

    Day 9 - 3/27/2020 

     

    **Check your answers from yesterday's worksheet- ASA/AAS Solutions **

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. Complete SSS/SAS/ASA/AAS Review and submit.
    3. Make sure Khan Academy assignments due 3/27 are complete!

     

  • WEEK 3:

    Day 10 - 3/30/2020

    1. Login to Pearson Realize 
    2. Read notes on the topic. Isosceles and Equilateral Notes
    3. Watch assigned video "4-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Find Missing Angles in an Isosceles?"
    4. Watch assigned video "4-5 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: How Do You Find Missing Angles in an Isosceles Using Right Triangles?"
    5. Complete "Section 4-5 Review" and submit it
    6. Go to Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles  to complete the Quizizz and submit it.(if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 717733 )
     

    Day 11 - 3/31/2020  

    1. Login to Pearson Realize
    2. Read notes on the topic HL Theorem Notes
    3. Watch assigned video "4-6 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What are the Legs and Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle?"
    4. Watch assigned video "4-6 Virtual Nerd™ Tutorial: What is the Hypotenuse-Leg Congruence Theorem?"
    5. Complete "Section 4-6 Review" and submit it.
    6. Go to HL Theorem to complete the Quizizz and submit it.(if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 948772)

     

    Day 12 - 4/1/2020  

    1. Login to Khan Academy
    2. Watch assigned video "Triangle Congruence Postulates/Criteria" 
    3. Watch assigned video "Why SSA isn't a Congruence Postulate/Criterion"
    4. Complete assignment "Determine Congruent Triangles" on Khan Academy.
    5. Go to Triangle Congruence Kahoot on Kahoot and submit it. (if the link doesn't work, go to kahoot.it and use code 0435661)

    Day 13 - 4/2/2020  

    1. Login to Khan Academy
    2. Watch assigned video "Congruent Triangles and the SSS Postulate/Criterion"
    3. Watch assigned video "Determining Congruent Triangles"
    4. Go to Triangle Congruence on Quizizz and submit it. (if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 830181)
    5. Go to Triangle Congruence Theorems on Quizizz and submit it. (if the link doesn't work, go to joinmyquiz.com and use code 269707)

    Day 14 - 4/3/2020 

    1. Login to your email.
    2. Complete Triangle Congruence Assessment - Geometry Applications on Forms and submit. There are 20 questions.
    3. This will count as a TEST grade.

  • Welcome to Geometry Applications.

    This course is designed to be the second course in the college prep strand and will be helpful in all fields, especially mathematics and science. The student will be expected to develop skills in proofs by using deductive reasoning. The content includes working with angles, triangles, parallelism, area, and volumes of polygons. A scientific calculator is required for this course. Geometry may be taken concurrently with Algebra 2. Students enrolled in this course will take the Geometry NJSLA test.


  • MRS. LEVANDOWSKI’S CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS

    PREPARATION POLICY: Students are expected to come prepared everyday with the following items:

    • BINDER: Every student is to have a 1” THREE RING BINDER with notebook paper. This binder should be brought to class EVERY DAY. All work should be kept in the binder and in an organized fashion.
    • PENCIL
    • CALCULATOR(from class set)
    • HOMEWORK

     GRADING POLICY

    • HEADING: All assignments must include NAME, DATE, and BLOCK NUMBER.
    • PENCIL: All work must be completed in pencil unless otherwise noted. Any work not completed in pencil will result in a deduction of 5%.
    • CLASS PARTICIPATION: Each and every student is expected to participate in class discussion and group assignments. The classroom is a learning environment where everyone should be comfortable to ask or answer any questions. This is part of the learning process. The following count toward your class participation grade:
      • Preparation
      • Participation in class and group discussions/assignments
      • Discipline
    • CLASSWORK: Work completed in class will occasionally be collected and counted as a grade. This included all work completed when I have to be absent and there is a substitute.

    • HOMEWORK:
      • Homework is to be completed the day that it is assigned. Every problem should be attempted.
      • Homework should be done neatly and completely.
      • Homework will be graded based on the completeness as well as the quality of the work completed.
      • Students will be graded on a 5 point scale for homework.
    • TESTS/QUIZZES(tests count as 40% and quizzes count as 35% of your grade)
      • Tests are major assignments and will be given periodically throughout the marking period.
      • Quizzes will occur more often than tests; i.e. 2 times a week.
      • Lowest quiz grade may be dropped each marking period barring no disciplinary issues
    • PROJECTS(count as a test grade):
      • There will be a minimum of 3 projects assigned this year. They will count as a test grade. Adequate time will be given; if the project is turned in late it will cost you the following points:
        • 1 day = 10 points
        • 2 days = 20 points
        • 3 days = 30 points
        • 4 days = 40 points
        • Anything more than 4 days late will be given a 0% grade.
    • LATE POLICY:
      • Homework is expected to be completed on time and due at the BEGINNING of class.
      • Homework will be reviewed each day in class therefore no late homework will be accepted. It MUST be done the day it is assigned. If not, a grade of 0 will be given.
    • MAKE-UP POLICY:
      • Students are responsible for getting and turning in makeup work.
      • Students will have 1 day late for every day absent to make up any missed work.
      • It is the STUDENT’S responsibility to pick up their makeup work.
    • CELL PHONE/ELECTRONIC POLICY
      • Cell Phones/electronics are not to be used during classroom instruction.
      • If you are caught using it, the discipline plan will go into effect.
      • If it is excessive, security will be called to remove the device from the classroom.
      • There will be times when cell phones will be used as part of the instructional process. This is the ONLY time cell phones should be used during class.

  • Sign Up for Remind

    Block 1: 

    text @alevgeo1 to the number 81010

    Block 2: 

    text @alevgeo2 to the number 81010

    Block 3: 

    text @alevgeo3 to the number 81010

    Comments (-1)
  • Important Websites!!!

    Khan Academy

    Pearson - Online textbook

    Comments (-1)

Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications: