Basic Math  Abate
Weekly outline

Hi, Everyone!Please work on the review packet or math workbook I sent home.Please work on math 4 days per week for 2030 minutes each session.All work will be due on April 10.After spring break the entire class will be starting a geometry unit. Please have a compass and straight edge by Monday April 20.Thank you,Mrs. Abategabate@carmelunified.org

Please practice the following 2 math skills this week:
Skill 1: Practice using a compass
Watch the video below entitled "How to Use a Compass" or "How To Use A Compass by Lorri", and spend 20 minutes using the compass. Make any shapes and designs you can! Make sure to have an old magazine or stack of papers below the paper you are working on to stabilize your work. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.
Skill 2: Copy a line segment
Watch the video below entitled "Segment Copy". Create 10 line segments of different lengths and copy each one. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.

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Skill 3: Bisect a Segment
Watch the video below entitled "Bisect a Segment". Practice this skill 710 times. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.
Skill 4: Construct Perpendicular Bisectors
Watch the video below entitled "Constructing a Perpendicular Bisector" and "How to Construct a Perpendicular Line Through a Point ( Part 1)" . Practice each skill 5 times each. Snap a photo of your 2 best constructions and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.

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Skill 5: Construct a Square
Watch the the video below entitled, "Construct a Square". There are 2 methods demonstrated in this video. The first method is minutes 17 and method 2 is from minutes 713. Next, a third method is demonstrated in the video entitled, "How to Construct a Square Inscribed in a Circle". Choose the method you like best. Practice making a square 3 times. Snap a photo of your best work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit. On the page, tell me which method you used and why you liked it best.
Skill 6: Construct a Rectangle
Watch the video below entitled "Construct a Rectangle (not a square)". Practice making a rectangle 3 times. Snap a photo of your best work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.

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Skill 7: Construct an Equilateral Triangle
Watch the video below entitled, "How to Construct An Equilateral Triangle". Practice this skill 5 times. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.
Skill 8: Construct an Isosceles Triangle
Watch the video below entitled " Straightedge and Compass 7Isosceles Triangle". Practice this skill 5 times. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.

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Skill 9: Copy an Angle
Watch the video below entitled, "How to Copy an AngleGeometry". Practice this skill 57 times. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.
Skill 10: Bisect an Angle
Watch one or both of the videos below entitled, "Bisect an Angle" or "Howto Video series: How to Draw an Angle Bisector". Practice this skill 5 times. Snap a photo of your work and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.

Geometry: Constructions Assessment
This week your task is to create a DRAFT of a business logo ( the business may be real or fictional) or a family crest using only your compass and a straight edge. Make sure the name of the business or your family name is included in some way. On a separate paper, list all of the geometry construction skills you used (there were 10 of them) to create your work of art. Snap a photo of your DRAFT and send it to Mrs. Abate for credit.
The final copy of this project will count as your FINAL EXAM. The final will need to be colored or painted for full credit.
Get Creative! Design your logo on paper, poster board, a piece of wood or anything that looks interesting to you. Also, feel free to check Google images or Pinterest for inspiration.

All work and final project due no later than 12:00 noon on Thursday, June 4, 2020.
There is NO additional final for this course.
Have a wonderful summer vacation!!!