Geometry: Explore, Learn, Prove


geometry headerAre you teaching a lesson on parallel lines? What about a lesson on the interior and exterior angles of polygons? If so, our Geometry lessons are the perfect resources for you!  We released our first one, Parallel Lines and Angles, this past fall. Since then, we've released four more. The lessons broaden the content of the tools in the Practice and Prove Geometry Series.

As with the lessons in our popular Algebra 1 Course, you'll find the following in the new Geometry lessons:

  • Alignment to all state standards
  • Compatibility with the PC, iPad, Chromebook, and other mobile devices
  • Interactivity and instructional feedback


Each lesson contains five sections: Get Ready, Learn, Practice, Review, and Quiz. Here’s what each section provides.

Get Ready

In Get Ready students are introduced to the lesson. They receive an overview, along with the lesson’s objectives and key vocabulary terms. Students may also practice prerequisite concepts and access guided notes.

get ready


The bulk of the instructional content is in Learn. Each page provides interactive components and guided practice. A palette is always available so that students can enter answers with appropriate math notation. As students work through the guided-practice problems, they receive immediate feedback. Congratulatory feedback reassures students; instructive feedback helps students persevere through mistakes.



To help students confirm what they have learned, practice provides additional problems similar to those found in Learn. Students receive immediate and instructive feedback. Once they finish, students can save, print, or send a summary of their results.



Review provides students with a lesson summary and access to additional practice resources and printable materials.



Finally, students assess their understanding of the lesson content with Quiz. Unlike Practice, students do not receive immediate feedback. Instead, their answers and work are submitted to a results page where they are then marked. Students can save, print, or send their results.


So check out the Geometry Lesson Series page. More lessons are coming soon!


About Author

Staci Lyon

Staci Lyon is a mathematics curriculum specialist with Curriculum Pathways. She taught high school mathematics for 12 years in Wake County and Granville County. She also taught with North Carolina Virtual Public School. She received both a M.Ed. degree in Instructional Technology and a B. S. degree in Mathematics Education from North Carolina State University. Working alongside a team, she enjoys developing the award winning online math resources for Curriculum Pathways that allow teachers to integrate technology into their classrooms. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.

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