• Essential Questions
    (subject to change) 
     
    Unit 1: Congruence, Proof, and Construction 
    ·  Why is precise language helpful in expressing geometric ideas?
    ·  How are solving and proving different?
    ·  How does geometry describe our world?
    ·  What can be learned from doing formal constructions?
    ·  How can transformations be described mathematically?
    ·  How do you use deductive reasoning to draw conclusions?
    ·  How does classifying make communication easier? 
     
    Unit 2: Similarity, Right Triangles, and Trigonometry
    ·  What does it mean that figures are similar?
    ·  What properties of a figure change when it is shrunk or expanded?
    ·  How is similarity recognized and applied in the real world?
    ·  How does similarity relate to trigonometry?
    ·  When can estimation be used instead of exact solutions?
    · How can trigonometry be used with non-right triangles?
    ·  How do you use logical reasoning and deduction to support a conjecture?
     
    Unit 3: Circles
    ·  How do you know which representation of pi should be used in a given problem?
    ·  How is similarity used in describing geometric shapes?
    ·  How are solving and proving different?
    ·  How does the classification of geometric objects make communication better?
    ·  How does precise language help us express mathematical ideas?
    · How do you use deductive reasoning to draw conclusions?  
     
    Unit 4: Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations
    ·  How are equations used to represent patterns observed from graphing?
    ·  How are solving and proving different?
    ·  How do you know when you have proven something?
    ·  How do algebra and geometry work together in the coordinate plane?
    ·  How does classifying of geometric objects make communication better?
    · How do you use deductive reasoning to draw conclusions?  
     
    Unit 5: Geometric Measurement and Dimensions
    ·  Why is visualization beneficial in geometry?
    ·  How precise must a measurement be?
    ·  When is estimation better used instead of exact measurements?
    ·  How does geometry describe the structure of our world?
    ·  How can space be defined through numbers and measurement?
    ·  How do you determine which unit of measurement to use in a problem when several different units are known?
    ·  How do formulas relate observed patterns?