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TabletClass Math Curriculum Features:

  • Fully explained lessons on every topic
  • Fully explained example problems ranging from basic to advanced
  • Focused on academic achievement and mastery of concepts
  • Cover topics in-depth
  • Designed as college preparatory math
  • Can be used independently or as a supplemental curriculum

TabletClass Math makes homeschooling Geometry easy. We include the right amount of instruction your child needs to excel.

Our teacher, John Zimmerman, cares about your child’s success. He guides students every step of the curriculum with clear and understandable instruction that will help build their confidence in math.

Geometry Curriculum Summary

This course is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter. Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics. Additionally, the course focuses on problem solving skills so it provides excellent preparation for college entrance tests such as the SAT and ACT.

Students will first learn about various basic concepts to include: points, lines, angles and planes. Next the course introduces the student to the study of logic which is the foundation of geometric proof. Students will learn about the role theorems and postulates play in geometry.

Each respective chapter of the course focuses students on the essential topics of high school geometry. Numerous topics will be studied in depth to include: triangles, quadrilaterals, congruence and similarity, transformations, right triangles, trigonometry, circles, area and volume.

Note: the course does teach and challenge students to write geometric proofs, as it is a key skill in understanding the importance of logic in mathematics.

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Geometry Scope & Sequence

Chapters

Sections

Videos

Chapters

Sections

Videos

Chapter 1: Foundations for Geometry

This chapter will introduce students to the key terms and concepts in geometry. Students will learn how to write the notation for various geometric expressions like angles, lines, rays, planes, points and segments. Lastly, the concept of theorems and postulates are introduced and their importance explained.

Sections:

  • 1.1 Points, Lines and Planes
  • 1.2 Line Segments and Rays
  • 1.3 Angles
  • 1.4 Theorems and Postulates
Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof
In this chapter students will study the role of logic and proof in geometry. Students will learn how to identify the hypothesis and conclusion in conditional statements and write the converse. In addition, students will learn more about the properties of lines and angles. Lastly, students will learn the structure of a geometric proof and study the steps to write an entire proof on their own.

Sections:

  • 2.1 Conditional Statements and Converses
  • 2.2 Algebra Properties
  • 2.3 Deductive and Inductive Reasoning
  • 2.4 More on Angles and Lines
  • 2.5 How to Plan and Write a Proof
Chapter 3: Perpendicular and Parallel Lines, Polygons
In this chapter students will study the relationships of perpendicular and parallel lines. Several important properties will be covered essential to solve common problems in geometry. A critical section in this chapter is dedicated to theorems that state when two or more lines are parallel. Students are also introduced to polygons and their types.

Sections:

  • 3.1 Parallel Lines and Transversals
  • 3.2 Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  • 3.3 Proving Lines Parallel
  • 3.4 Introduction to Polygons
Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles
Congruency is a core concept in geometry. Students will learn the concept of congruency by studying the properties of congruent triangles. After an introduction to congruent figures students will focus on learning to prove triangles are congruent using the SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS and HL Theorems.

Sections:

  • 4.1 Congruent Figures
  • 4.2 Proving Congruent Triangles: Side-Side-Side and Side-Angle-Side Theorem
  • 4.3 Proving Congruent Triangles: Angle-Side-Angle and Angle-Angle-Side Theorem
  • 4.4 Proving Congruent Triangles: Hypotenuse-Leg Theorem
Chapter 5: Properties of Triangles
In this chapter students will learn the various properties of triangles. Several definitions and theorems will be introduced about the medians, altitudes and bisectors of triangles. In addition the chapter has an important section on the inequalities found in triangles between sides and angles.

Sections:

  • 5.1 Medians, Altitudes and Bisectors
  • 5.2 Bisector Theorems
  • 5.3 Triangle Inequalities
Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals
In this chapter students will learn the various properties and type of quadrilaterals. The first two sections focus on the properties of parallelograms to include proving a quadrilateral is a parallelogram. Next, additional sections look in-depth at trapezoids, special quadrilaterals to include the rhombus and theorems involving midpoints in quadrilaterals and triangles.

Sections:

  • 6.1 Parallelograms
  • 6.2 Proving Quadrilaterals are Parallelograms
  • 6.3 Trapezoids
  • 6.4 Special Quadrilaterals
  • 6.5 Quadrilaterals, Triangles and Midpoints
Chapter 7: Similarity
This chapter covers all the rules a student will need to know to work with powers, exponents, radicals and rational exponents. Also, important applications of these rules are coved to include scientific notation, compound interest, Pythagorean Theorem and the Distance and Mid-Point formula. Special emphasis is placed on solving radical and rational root equations.

Sections:

  • 7.1 Ratios and Proportions
  • 7.2 Similar Polygons
  • 7.3 Similar Triangles
Chapter 8: Transformations
In this chapter students will learn to apply transformations to images. Sections in the chapter focus on the transformations of reflections, rotations, dilations, translations and glide reflections. An emphasis is placed on developing the skills to construct the graphs of transformations found in common geometry problems.

Sections:

  • 8.1 Reflections
  • 8.2 Rotations and Dilations
  • 8.3 Translations and Glide Reflections
Chapter 9: Right Triangles and Trigonometry
In this chapter students will learn a wide array of concepts about right triangles. Sections in the chapter look at similar right triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem and special right triangles. For most students the section on trigonometry will be their first introduction to the topic. The chapter ends on a section that applies right triangle trigonometry to solving word problems.

Sections:

  • 9.1 Similar Right Triangles
  • 9.2 The Pythagorean Theorem
  • 9.3 Special Right Triangles
  • 9.4 Trigonometric Ratios
  • 9.5 Right Triangle Word Problems
Chapter 10: Circles
In this chapter students will learn the important properties and relationships found in circles. First, students will learn the parts of a circle and understand the properties of a tangent line. Additional sections will explore key theorems about arcs, chords and inscribed circles. Lastly, the chapter looks at other angle and segment relationships found in circles.

Sections:

  • 10.1 Introduction to Circles and Tangents
  • 10.2 Arcs and Chords
  • 10.3 Inscribed Angles
  • 10.4 Other Angle Relationships in Circles
  • 10.5 Segment Lengths and Circles
Chapter 11: Area and Volume

In this chapter students will learn how to find the area, surface area and volume of various geometric figures. Sections will explain the formulas to find area, surface area and volume of figures to include cubes, circles, cylinders, prisms, pyramids and others shapes. An entire section explains how to find the area of regular polygons. Lastly, students will learn how to find the area of sectors and arc lengths found in circles.

Sections:

  • 11.1 Area of Basic Figures
  • 11.2 Surface Area of Basic Figures
  • 11.3 Volume of Basic Figures
  • 11.4 Area of Regular Polygons
  • 11.5 Area of Circles/Sectors and Arc Length
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A Complete Curriculum Designed for Homeschoolers

TabletClass Math provides a full suite of comprehensive course support material with every membership at no extra cost.

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Fully Explained Lesson Per Topic

The Lesson Video presents the key enabling concepts for the given topic. The video includes illustrations to help students visualize the concepts as well as the discussion of typical errors made by students. Lessons are in-depth offering objectives, and include a variety of problems with demonstration on how to solve.

These are not short, incomplete lessons that sometimes leave students frustrated and confused. We cover everything a student needs to learn on that specific topic.

Sample Video

Fully Explained Example Problems & Solutions 

In addition to the lesson video, every topic includes example videos covering a wide range of problems on that topic. The videos are titled Example Set: A, Example Set: B, etc.

Problems are reviewed from basic to advanced and include word problems. They offer full explanations on how to solve, with each step demonstrated in the video. These videos help strengthen students’ proficiency on the topic.


Sample Video

Section Preview Worksheets cover all problems found in the Example Set videos. Ideally this file should be printed so the student can work on them either prior to watching videos, or along with the videos depending on how comfortable they are with the material.

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Resources included with every membership.

1. Section Worksheets:

  • Full set of worksheets per section topic include problems and written answer keys with corresponding video solutions (aka Example Set Videos)
  • Students can print worksheet assignments to work on prior to viewing corresponding solution videos or follow along with the solution videos
  • 1000s of problems covered to include wide range of problem types from basic to advanced and word problems
  • Designed to have students practice and fully master core academic skills
  • Extra worksheets and answer keys available for added practice

Download Sample Section Preview

Download Sample Extra Practice

2. Chapter Notes:

  • Comprehensive summary notes of all concepts covered​ within a chapter including specific steps to solve problems
  • Designed to be a written learning reference for all course material (like a textbook)
  • Perfect aid to study for quizzes and tests

Download Sample Notes

3. Chapter Quizzes:

  • Online quiz offers instant feedback includes answer keys, so students know what they need to revisit
  • Designed to check for skill level, critical thinking, and overall comprehension
  • Covers core academic standards
  • Assessments are challenging and test for proficiency

Download Sample Quiz

Note: Chapter and final course tests are available in the optional Parent Resources.

All documents can be:

  • Viewed in browser
  • Printed
  • Saved

(Requires Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader)

Comprehensive Lessons
Fully Explained Lesson Per Topic

The Lesson Video presents the key enabling concepts for the given topic. The video includes illustrations to help students visualize the concepts as well as the discussion of typical errors made by students. Lessons are in-depth offering objectives, and include a variety of problems with demonstration on how to solve.

These are not short, incomplete lessons that sometimes leave students frustrated and confused. We cover everything a student needs to learn on that specific topic.

Sample Video

Extensive Examples
Fully Explained Example Problems & Solutions 

In addition to the lesson video, every topic includes example videos covering a wide range of problems on that topic. The videos are titled Example Set: AExample Set: B, etc.

Problems are reviewed from basic to advanced and include word problems. They offer full explanations on how to solve, with each step demonstrated in the video. These videos help strengthen students’ proficiency on the topic.


Sample Video

Section Preview Worksheets cover all problems found in the Example Set videos. Ideally this file should be printed so the student can work on them either prior to watching videos, or along with the videos depending on how comfortable they are with the material.
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Bonus Resources
Included with every membership.

1. Section Worksheets:

  • Full set of worksheets per section topic include problems and written answer keys with corresponding video solutions (aka Example Set Videos)
  • Students can print worksheet assignments to work on prior to viewing corresponding solution videos or follow along with the solution videos
  • 1000s of problems covered to include wide range of problem types from basic to advanced and word problems
  • Designed to have students practice and fully master core academic skills
  • Extra worksheets and answer keys available for added practice

2. Chapter Notes:

  • Comprehensive summary notes of all concepts covered within a chapter including specific steps to solve problems
  • Designed to be a written learning reference for all course material (like a textbook)
  • Perfect aid to study for quizzes and tests

3. Chapter Quizzes:

  • Online quiz offers instant feedback includes answer keys, so students know what they need to revisit
  • Designed to check for skill level, critical thinking, and overall comprehension
  • Covers core academic standards
  • Assessments are challenging and test for proficiency

Note: Chapter and final course tests are available in the optional Parent Resources.

All documents can be:

  • Viewed in browser
  • Printed
  • Saved

(Requires Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader)

Download Sample Section Preview

Download Sample Extra Practice

Download Sample Notes

Download Sample Quiz

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“Our family has been using TabletClass for three years and plan on finishing up our homeschool math using this program. Our son completed Pre-Algebra through Algebra 2. Now our daughters are starting it. The concepts are taught in easy to understand bits. TabletClass is suited to students with a wide range of math abilities. The format is simple, clear and understandable. TabletClass tutorials make using the program comprehensible for even the most non computer savvy student or mom. Mr. Zimmerman uses an engaging style of teaching, making math less intimidating to non-math students, while gifted students are not bored. The students can set their own pace. The classes are available on a wide range of platforms. The program is very economical for any size family.”

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