Ch 15: Teacher Resources for High School Geometry

About This Chapter

Look through these well-organized geometry lesson plan outlines as you begin developing your in-class teaching strategy. This chapter also provides connected lessons that elaborate on the geometry topics you want your students to learn.

Teacher Resources for High School Geometry - Chapter Summary

With the lesson and lesson plan outlines provided in this chapter, you no longer have to stress about building your geometry syllabus. Come up with your lesson plans and activity ideas faster by reviewing these lesson plan outlines. Find out new strategies for teaching the following geometry topics:

  • Geometry basics
  • Angles
  • Perpendicular and parallel lines
  • Similar triangles
  • Perimeter, area and volume
  • Slope
  • 2-D and 3-D shapes
  • Probability
  • Geometry math
  • Classifying and measuring angles

These lesson plan outlines give you the structure you need to provide informative geometry lectures that are sure to keep your students fully engaged.

How It Helps

  • Group projects: Provides easy-to-follow instructions for geometry-based projects.
  • Student engagement: Encourages gameplay strategies for learning geometry concepts.
  • Additional resources: Includes related video lessons to use as geometry teaching tools in the classroom.

How It Works

This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan suggestions with relevant tools to make planning geometry lessons easy.

  • Find lesson plans for specific geometry topics you want to cover in class.
  • Formulate your geometry class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
  • Share the related geometry lessons for each lesson plan with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
  • Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important geometry concepts from the lessons.
  • Engage your students with relevant geometry-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.

15 Lessons in Chapter 15: Teacher Resources for High School Geometry
Introduction to Geometry Lesson Plan

1. Introduction to Geometry Lesson Plan

Kick off your introduction to geometry instruction with a simple class project and a Study.com video lesson to guide the way. Suggestions for additional activities and related lessons are included for further instruction.

Angles Lesson Plan

2. Angles Lesson Plan

What is an angle? A text lesson defines 'angle' and exemplifies different types, while an in-class activity allows students to find different types of angles around them. Related lessons help to further instruction along with extensions.

Parallel & Perpendicular Lines Lesson Plan

3. Parallel & Perpendicular Lines Lesson Plan

Looking for a simple way to jazz up your instruction on parallel and perpendicular lines? This lesson plan will do just that with the help of an engaging Study.com video lesson and a simple yet informative in class activity. To keep going on this plane, consider our suggestions for related lessons and supplementary activities.

Similar Triangles Lesson Plan

4. Similar Triangles Lesson Plan

Examine and analyze similar triangles with this Study.com lesson plan. Students will learn the language of similarity, learn triangle similarity theorems, and view examples. Follow up with an engaging activity.

Area & Perimeter Lesson Plan

5. Area & Perimeter Lesson Plan

Can your students calculate perimeter and area? Two video lessons provide formulas for doing so and an in-class activity gives students a chance to shine. Optional related lessons and extensions are included for future instruction.

Volume Lesson Plan

6. Volume Lesson Plan

What is volume? A text lesson defines and exemplifies volume while an in-class activity provides a visual. Additional resources including related lessons and activities are included for future instruction.

Slope Lesson Plan

7. Slope Lesson Plan

Ramp up your instruction on slope with an informative yet simple video lesson. Then give students the chance to identify and calculate slope. To take instruction even further, try our ideas for additional activities and related lessons.

2-D Shapes Lesson Plan

8. 2-D Shapes Lesson Plan

Is it 2-D or 3-D? What's the difference? A text lesson presents the facts while an in-class activity gives students a chance for hands-on learning. Suggestions for related lessons and additional activities are included for further study.

3-D Shapes Lesson Plan

9. 3-D Shapes Lesson Plan

What does it mean for something to be 3D? A video lesson defines the term and provides examples for students to compare against classroom objects. Related lessons and extensions are included to extend your instruction on 3D.

Probability Lesson Plan

10. Probability Lesson Plan

Add some spark to your instruction on probability with the help of a Study.com video lesson and a tasty in-class activity. To take instruction further, consider using our suggestions for supplementary activities and related lessons.

Geometry Math Games

11. Geometry Math Games

Introduce some fun into your classroom with games that focus on geometry. Find out how these activities can help your students and discover additional resources that you can use in the classroom.

Classifying Angles Games & Activities

12. Classifying Angles Games & Activities

Whether your students are competitive or artistic, help them practice classifying angles in a more engaging way with a few of these ideas for fun games and activities.

Measuring Angles Games & Activities

13. Measuring Angles Games & Activities

Measuring angles takes practice. Help your students get the practice they need by trying some of these games and activities focused on measuring angles.

Circumference Games & Activities

14. Circumference Games & Activities

Learning about circumferences doesn't have to be simply solving equations. Check out a few of these games and activities which make learning about circumferences fun.

Area & Perimeter Games & Activities

15. Area & Perimeter Games & Activities

Try these games and activities to help students learn the meaning of area and perimeter, keep track of the difference between the two, and learn all the equations they need to know.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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