Mr. Figueroa

Rm: B2503

Adv. Geometry & Level Geometry

Contact Information:

Email: joshua.figueroa@misd.org

Phone: (936)-276-4000 ext.84424

Conference Time:

Gold Day 9:03 - 10:45

 

Tutoring times:

Mon. Tue. & Thru.: 2:40 -3:30

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Schedule:

1st Gold -Level Geom. (7:20-8:57)

2nd Gold -Conference (9:03-10:45)

3rd Gold -Level Geom. (10:51-12:57)

4th Gold -Level Geom. (1:03-2:40)

5th Navy -Level Geom. (7:20-8:57)

6th Navy -Adv. Geom. (9:03-10:45)

7th Navy -Adv. Geom. (10:51-12:57)

8th Navy -P.L.C (1:03-2:40)


My name is Joshua Figueroa and I will be teaching Advanced Geometry and Level Geometry. I graduated High School in the small town of Crane, in West Texas. In the spring of 2013, I graduated from the University of Texas Permian Basin (U.T.P.B), in Odessa Texas, with a Bachelors of Science Mathematics. I taught my first couple of years in my home town before moving to Montgomery. 

I will upload all notes, practices and videos to Google Classroom.

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    Fall Semester

    Spring Semester


     First Six Weeks

    • Unit 1 - Geometric Reasoning
    • Unit 2 - Tools of Geometry
    • Unit 3 -  Geometric Proof

     Second Six Weeks

    • Unit 4 - Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
    • Unit 5 - Equations of Parallel & Perp. Lines
    • Unit 6 - Congruent Triangles


     Third Six Weeks

    • Unit 7 - Isosceles & Overlapping Triangles
    • Unit 8 - Relationships Within Triangles
    • Unit 9 - Inequalities Within Triangles
    • Fall Semester Review & Exam

     Fourth Six Weeks

    • Unit 10 - Polygons & Quadrilaterals
    • Unit 11 - Coordinate Geometry
    • Unit 12 - Transformational Geometry

     Fifth Six Weeks

    • Unit 13 - Similarity
    • Unit 14 - Right Triangles & Trigonometry
    • Unit 15 - Circle Measurement

    Sixth Six Weeks

    • Unit 16 - Theorems About Circles
    • Unit 17 - Area
    • Unit 18 - Surface Area & Volume
    • Unit 19 - Probability
    • Spring Semester Review & Exam

     


    Geometry Picture  Textbook: Pearson Texas Geometry (adopted 2015)

    In Geometry, students build on the foundations from K-8 and Algebra I.

     

    Students will explore concepts covering coordinate and transformational geometry; logical argument and constructions; proof and congruence, similarity, proof, and trigonometry; two- and three- dimensional figures; circles; and probability. In the logical arguments and congruence strand, students are expected to create formal constructions using a straight edge and compass. Though this course is primarily Euclidean geometry, students should complete the course with an understanding that non-Euclidean geometries exist. Within the course, students will begin to focus on more precise terminology and symbolic representations, and the development of proofs. Throughout the standards, to "prove" means a formal proof to be shown in a paragraph, flow chart, or two-column formats. Students will strengthen their mathematical reasoning skills in geometric contexts.

    Curriculum in this advanced course is modified through depth, complexity, and pacing as compared to the curriculum in the similar level course.

    The TEKS for Geometry can be found on the TEA website. Click here 

     

    Fall Semester

    Spring Semester


     First Six Weeks

    • Unit 1 - Geometric Reasoning
    • Unit 2 - Tools of Geometry

     Second Six Weeks

    • Unit 3 - Geometric Proof
    • Unit 4 - Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
    • Unit 5 - Equations of Parallel & Perp. Lines

     Third Six Weeks

    • Unit 6 - Congruent Triangles
    • Unit 7 - Isosceles & Overlapping Triangles
    • Unit 8 - Relationships Within Triangles
    • Fall Semester Review & Exam

     Fourth Six Weeks

    • Unit 9 - Inequalities Within Triangles
    • Unit 10 - Polygons & Quadrilaterals
    • Unit 11 - Coordinate Geometry

     Fifth Six Weeks

    • Unit 12 - Transformational Geometry
    • Unit 13 - Similarity
    • Unit 14 - Right Triangles & Trigonometry

    Sixth Six Weeks

    • Unit 15 - Circle Measurement
    • Unit 16 - Theorems About Circles
    • Unit 17 - Area
    • Unit 18 - Surface Area & Volume
    • Spring Semester Review & Exam

     


    Geometry Picture  Textbook: Pearson Texas Geometry (adopted 2015)

    In Geometry, students build on the foundations from K-8 and Algebra I.

     

    Students will explore concepts covering coordinate and transformational geometry; logical argument and constructions; proof and congruence, similarity, proof, and trigonometry; two- and three- dimensional figures; circles; and probability. In the logical arguments and congruence strand, students are expected to create formal constructions using a straight edge and compass. Though this course is primarily Euclidean geometry, students should complete the course with an understanding that non-Euclidean geometries exist. Within the course, students will begin to focus on more precise terminology and symbolic representations, and the development of proofs. Throughout the standards, to "prove" means a formal proof to be shown in a paragraph, flow chart, or two-column formats. Students will strengthen their mathematical reasoning skills in geometric contexts.

    Curriculum in this advanced course is modified through depth, complexity, and pacing as compared to the curriculum in the similar level course.

    The TEKS for Geometry can be found on the TEA website. Click here