I wanted to share this document I made because I used this lesson on Tuesday with my geometry class and it worked really nicely. I did it with them on a doc camera and shared their answers over the doc camera as well. We all really enjoyed especially the last problem which was written about a student. He really enjoyed the problem even though it poked fun at him. I did a terrible job after this lesson though with reinforcing all the angle relationships and their names. I just went over all the vocab- alternate interior/exterior etc. and had them do problems out of the book. In my defense, I just didn't have time to do anything more exciting. But at least we had a good intro to the topic I think.
The pictures came from
world.mitrasites.com and bookbuilder.cast.org. By the way, I'm still pretty new to this so is it best to cite pictures as I did above, in fine print below the picture, or should I try to restrict myself to only using pictures I myself have taken?
Parallel Lines and Transversals Worksheet