Pacing
Guide for Informal Geometry B
Glencoe Geometry Concepts and Applications
Bibb County High School
V. Watkins
2007
–
2008
MONTH
ALABAMA COURSE OF
STUDY STANDARDS
Alabama High School
Graduation Exam
Standards
Chapter
August
or
January
III.4
The
student will determine the measure of interior
and exterior angles associated with polygons.
4A.
Verify the formulas for the measu
res of interior and
exterior
angles of polygons inductively
and deductively.
III.5
The
student will solve real

life and mathematical
problems using properties and theorems related to
circles, quadrilaterals, and other geometric shapes.
5A.
Determine the equ
ation of a circle given its center
and radius.
III.6
The
student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to
solve application problems, expressing answers in
simplified radical form or as decimal approximations,
using Pythagorean triples when applicable.
III.13
T
he
student will identify the coordinates of the
vertices of the image of a given polygon that is
translated, rotated, reflected, or dilated.
IV.1
,VI.1,VII.1,VII.3,V1I.4,VII.8
Chapter
9:
Proportions and
Similarity
Chapter 10
:
Polygons and
Area
Pacing
Guide for Informal Geometry B
Glencoe Geometry Concepts and Applications
Bibb County High School
V. Watkins
2007
–
2008
Mon
th
Alabama Course of Study Standards
Alabama High School Graduation Exam
Standards
Chapter
September
or
February
III.2 The
student will justify theorems related to pairs of angles,
including angles formed by parallel and perpendicular lines, vertical
ang
les, adjacent angles, complementary angles, and supplementary
angles.
III.3The student will verify the relationships among different classes
of polygons by using their properties.
3A. Determine the missing lengths of sides or measures of angles in
simila
r polygons.
III.4The student will determine the measure of interior and exterior
angles associated with polygons.
4A.
Verify the formulas for the measures of interior and exterior
angles of polygons inductively and deductively.
III.5The student will solve r
eal

life and mathematical problems using
properties and theorems related to circles, quadrilaterals, and other
geometric shapes.
5A.
Determine the equation of a circle given its center and radius.
III.6The student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to solv
e
application problems, expressing answers in simplified radical form
or as decimal approximations, using Pythagorean triples when
applicable.
III.9The student will use inductive reasoning to make conjectures and
deductive reasoning to justify conclusions.
9A.
Recognize the limitations of justifying a conclusion through
inductive reasoning.
III.10The student will find the missing measures of sides and angles
in right
triangles
by applying
the right triangle definitions of sine,
cosine, and tangent.
III.11
The student will determine the areas and perimeters of regular
polygons, including inscribed or circumscribed polygons, given the
coordinates of vertices or other characteristics.
III.12The student will apply distance, midpoint, and slope formulas to
solve
problems and to confirm properties of polygons.
IV.15The student will calculate measures of arcs and sectors of a
circle from given information.
V.17The student will analyze sets of data from geometric contexts to
determine what, if any, relationships exi
st.
17A.
Distinguish between conclusions drawn when using deductive
and statistical reasoning.
17B.
Calculate probabilities arising in geometric contexts.
IV.1,VI.1,VII.1, V1I.4,VII.8
Chapter 10
:
Polygons and
Area
Chapter
11
:
Circles
Pacing
Guide for Informal Geometry B
Glencoe Geometry Concepts and Applications
Bibb County High School
V. Watkins
2007
–
2008
Month
Alabama C
ourse of Study
Standards
Alabama High School
Graduation Exam
Competencies
Chapters
October
Or
March
III.2 The
student will justify theorems related to pairs of
angles, including angles formed by parallel and
perpendicular lines, vertical angles, adjacent
angles,
complementary angles, and supplementary angles.
III.6
The
student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to
solve application problems, expressing answers in
simplified radical form or as decimal approximations, using
Pythagorean triples when applicable
.
III.10The
student will find the missing measures of sides
and angles in right triangles by
applying
the right triangle
definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent.
III.14
The
student will classify polyhedrons according to
their properties, including the numb
er of faces.
14A.
Identify Euclidean solids.
IV.16
The
student will calculate surface areas and volumes
of solid figures, including spheres, cones, and pyramids.
16A.
Develop formulas for surface area and volume of
spheres, cones, and pyramids.
16B. Calcula
te
specific missing dimensions of solid figures
from surface area or volume.
16C. Determine
the relationship between the surface areas
of similar figures and volumes of similar figures.
IV.1, ,V1I.4
Chapter
12
:
Surface Area
and Volume
Chapter
13
:
R
ight Triangles
and Trigonometry
Pacing
Guide for Informal Geometry B
Glencoe Geometry Concepts and Applications
Bibb County High School
V. Watkins
2007
–
2008
Month
Alabama Course of Study
Standards
Alabama High School
Graduation Exam
Competencies
Chapters
November
or
April
III.5 The
student will solve real

life and mathematical
problems using properties and theorems related to
circles,
quadrilaterals, and other geometric shapes.
5A.
Determine the equation of a circle given its
center and radius.
III
.
6
The
student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to
solve application problems, expressing answers in
simplified radical form or a
s decimal approximations, using
Pythagorean triples when applicable.
III.9
The
student will use inductive reasoning to make
conjectures and deductive reasoning to justify conclusions.
9A.
Recognize the limitations of justifying a conclusion
through inducti
ve reasoning.
IV.15The
student will calculate measures of arcs and
sectors of a circle from given information.
V.17
The
student will analyze sets of data from geometric
contexts to determine what, if any, relationships exist.
17A.
Distinguish between conclu
sions drawn when using
deductive and statistical reasoning.
IV.2,VI.1,VII.1,VII.2, VII.8
Chapter
14
:
Circle
Relationships
Chapter
15
:
Formalizing
Proof
Pacing
Guide for Informal Geometry B
Glencoe Geometry Concepts and Applications
Bibb County High School
V. Watkins
2007
–
2008
Month
Alabama Course of Study
Standards
Alabama High School
Graduation Exam
Competencies
Chapte
rs
December
or
May
III.13
The
student will identify the coordinates of the
vertices of the image of a given polygon that is translated,
rotated, reflected, or dilated.
II.3
Chapter
16: More
Coordinate Graphing and
Transformations
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