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Congruent Triangles

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Mark Abinsay

on 27 October 2014

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Transcript of Congruent Triangles

Overview
Students will communicate understanding of theorems & postulates that prove triangles are congruent through Prezi presentations.
Submission
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Requirements
Students will paraphrase triangle congruence postulates & theorems to explain their meanings.

Students will include pictures and/or diagrams to visually represent the corresponding theorem or postulate.

Students will provide examples using conditional statements to assign values to measurements.
Grading
The student is able to:
i. consistently use appropriate mathematical language

ii. use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to consistently present information correctly

iii. move effectively between different forms of mathematical representation

iv. communicate through lines of reasoning that are complete, coherent, & concise

v. present work that is consistently organized using a logical structure

Due Date
Nov 17, 2014
Congruent Triangles
Prezi

Good luck!
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