Note: This curriculum is based on a schedule with 50 minute classes. In addition, I’m a firm believer in having a very flexible pace because I believe teachers should have discretion when determining how much time to focus on concepts. So, if your students need extra time with transformations, for example, then spend extra days with them. This curriculum is definitely not one size fits all, and I actually go at a different pace each year. Please feel free to use it as a guide, but certainly do not feel like you’re doing something wrong if you don’t follow it day by day.

1st Nine Weeks:

Day 1 – Introduction
Day 2 – Laying the Foundation for Groupwork
Day 3 – Formative Assessment / Solidify Group Norms
Day 4 – Which Shape is the Largest? (Distance Formula)
Day 5 – Are These Segments Congruent? (Distance Formula)
Day 6 – Distance Formula (Day 3)
Day 7 – Midpoint Formula [Chromebooks]
Day 8 – Partitions/Midpoint Formula
Day 9 – Midpoint & Distance Formula
Day 10 – Concept Quiz: Distance & Midpoint Formula
Day 11 – Introduce & Play with Angles
Day 12 – Play with Angles (Day 2) [Chromebooks]
Day 13 – Quiz Analysis & Identifying Angles
Day 14 – Angle Pairs
Day 15 – Angle Pairs: Vertical Angles Focus
Day 16 – Angle Pairs (Day 3)
Day 17 – Always, Sometimes, Never
Day 18 – Concept Quiz: Angle Pairs

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