Textbook: Geometry - Holt, McDougal -Common Core edition
In South Carolina College- and Career – Ready (SCCCR) Geometry, students build on the conceptual knowledge and skills they mastered in previous mathematics courses in areas such as algebraic thinking, geometry, measurement, probability, and proportional reasoning.
The Key Concepts in this course are listed below.
- Constructions, Transformations, and Coordinate Geometry (G.CTC)
- Reasoning and Proof (G.RP)
- Lines and Angles (G.LA)
- Triangles (G.T)
- Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons (G.QP)
- Circles (G.C)
- Three-Dimensional Figures (G.TD)
Standards in the Key Concept Constructions, Transformations, and Coordinate Geometry are meant to be applied throughout the course in order for student to make critical connections among geometric relationships synthetically (without coordinates) and analytically (with coordinates). Students also construct logical arguments and formal proofs to geometric relationships throughout the course as they develop their deductive reasoning skills and understanding of more sophisticated theorems based on simpler axioms introduced early in the course.