Geometry

David School Geometry
24
Aug
$19.00

Credit Value: 1

Anticipated Grade Level(s): 9th or 10th 

Prerequisites:  Algebra 1 or equivalent.  In exceptional situations, Geometry may be taken simultaneously with Algebra 1 with teacher approval. 

Course Description:   In Geometry students develop reasoning and problem-solving skills as they study topics such as congruence and similarity; apply properties of lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles; and use length, perimeter, area, circumference, surface area, and volume to solve real-world problems.  In addition to its geometry content, the course includes numerous examples and exercises involving algebra, data analysis, and probability.  

Aims & Goals:  The development of geometric reasoning prepares the student for subsequent mathematics courses, particularly precalculus and calculus.  It is also important as preparation for standardized tests.

Course Content

Total learning: 92 lessons / 82 quizzes Time: 40 weeks
  • Chapter 1: Essentials of Geometry  Basic elements of Geometry 0/13

    • Lecture1.1
    • Quiz1.1
    • Lecture1.2
    • Quiz1.2
    • Lecture1.3
    • Quiz1.3
    • Lecture1.4
    • Quiz1.4
    • Lecture1.5
    • Quiz1.5
    • Lecture1.6
    • Quiz1.6
    • Quiz1.7
  • Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof  Reasoning and developing Proof. 0/15

    • Lecture2.1
    • Quiz2.1
    • Lecture2.2
    • Quiz2.2
    • Lecture2.3
    • Quiz2.3
    • Lecture2.4
    • Quiz2.4
    • Lecture2.5
    • Quiz2.5
    • Lecture2.6
    • Quiz2.6
    • Lecture2.7
    • Quiz2.7
    • Lecture2.8
  • Chapter 3: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines  Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular lines. 0/13

    • Lecture3.1
    • Quiz3.1
    • Lecture3.2
    • Quiz3.2
    • Lecture3.3
    • Quiz3.3
    • Lecture3.4
    • Quiz3.4
    • Lecture3.5
    • Quiz3.5
    • Lecture3.6
    • Quiz3.6
    • Lecture3.7
  • Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles  Congruent triangles are triangles that are the same size and shape. 0/19

    • Lecture4.1
    • Quiz4.1
    • Lecture4.2
    • Quiz4.2
    • Lecture4.3
    • Quiz4.3
    • Lecture4.4
    • Quiz4.4
    • Lecture4.5
    • Quiz4.5
    • Lecture4.6
    • Quiz4.6
    • Lecture4.7
    • Quiz4.7
    • Lecture4.8
    • Quiz4.8
    • Lecture4.9
    • Quiz4.9
    • Lecture4.10
  • Chapter 5: Relationships within Triangles  Properties of triangles: bisectors of Sides and bisectors of Angles 0/13

    • Lecture5.1
    • Quiz5.1
    • Lecture5.2
    • Quiz5.2
    • Lecture5.3
    • Quiz5.3
    • Lecture5.4
    • Quiz5.4
    • Lecture5.5
    • Quiz5.5
    • Lecture5.6
    • Quiz5.6
    • Lecture5.7
  • Chapter 6: Similarity  Two polygons are similar if their corresponding angles are congruent 0/13

    • Lecture6.1
    • Quiz6.1
    • Lecture6.2
    • Quiz6.2
    • Lecture6.3
    • Quiz6.3
    • Lecture6.4
    • Quiz6.4
    • Lecture6.5
    • Quiz6.5
    • Lecture6.6
    • Quiz6.6
    • Lecture6.7
  • Chapter 7: Right Triangles and Trigonometry  Right triangles and a related branch of mathematics called Trigonometry 0/15

    • Lecture7.1
    • Quiz7.1
    • Lecture7.2
    • Quiz7.2
    • Lecture7.3
    • Quiz7.3
    • Lecture7.4
    • Quiz7.4
    • Lecture7.5
    • Quiz7.5
    • Lecture7.6
    • Quiz7.6
    • Lecture7.7
    • Quiz7.7
    • Lecture7.8
  • Chapter 8: Quadrilaterals  Four-sided figures quadrilaterals and their properties. 0/13

    • Lecture8.1
    • Quiz8.1
    • Lecture8.2
    • Quiz8.2
    • Lecture8.3
    • Quiz8.3
    • Lecture8.4
    • Quiz8.4
    • Lecture8.5
    • Quiz8.5
    • Lecture8.6
    • Quiz8.6
    • Lecture8.7
  • Chapter 9: Properties of Transformations  Transformations describe how geometric figures of the same shape are related to one another. 0/15

    • Lecture9.1
    • Quiz9.1
    • Lecture9.2
    • Quiz9.2
    • Lecture9.3
    • Quiz9.3
    • Lecture9.4
    • Quiz9.4
    • Lecture9.5
    • Quiz9.5
    • Lecture9.6
    • Quiz9.6
    • Lecture9.7
    • Quiz9.7
    • Lecture9.8
  • Chapter 10: Properties of Circles  Circles and their properties 0/15

    • Lecture10.1
    • Quiz10.1
    • Lecture10.2
    • Quiz10.2
    • Lecture10.3
    • Quiz10.3
    • Lecture10.4
    • Quiz10.4
    • Lecture10.5
    • Quiz10.5
    • Lecture10.6
    • Quiz10.6
    • Lecture10.7
    • Quiz10.7
    • Lecture10.8
  • Chapter 11: Measurement of Figures and Solids  Surface area and Volume of solids 0/19

    • Lecture11.1
    • Quiz11.1
    • Lecture11.2
    • Quiz11.2
    • Lecture11.3
    • Quiz11.3
    • Lecture11.4
    • Quiz11.4
    • Lecture11.5
    • Quiz11.5
    • Lecture11.6
    • Quiz11.6
    • Lecture11.7
    • Quiz11.7
    • Lecture11.8
    • Quiz11.8
    • Lecture11.9
    • Quiz11.9
    • Lecture11.10
  • Chapter 12: Probability  0/11

    • Lecture12.1
    • Quiz12.1
    • Lecture12.2
    • Quiz12.2
    • Lecture12.3
    • Quiz12.3
    • Lecture12.4
    • Quiz12.4
    • Lecture12.5
    • Quiz12.5
    • Lecture12.6

Instructor

Admin bar avatar

David is the professor of mathematics education at David School and a former Associate Professor of Physics at JNTU. He served as a teacher of mathematics and Physics in various international schools in Asia and Europe. His research focuses on social and cultural factors as well as educational policies and practices that facilitate mathematics engagement, learning, and performance, especially for underserved students. David School collaborates with teachers, schools, districts, and organizations to promote mathematics excellence and equity for young people.

5.0

12 rating

5 stars
100%
4 stars
0%
3 stars
0%
2 stars
0%
1 star
0%
$19.00