## Curriculum Expectation

### Overall Expectation

Demonstrate an understanding of the development and use of geometric and measurement relationships, and apply these relationships to solve problems, including problems involving real-life situations.

### Specific Expectation

Solve problems involving the side-length relationship for right triangles in real-life situations, including problems that involve composite shapes.

### Resources

## Learning Objectives/Big Idea

### Learning Objective

To be able to utilize the Pythagorean Theorem.

### Big Idea

Side-length relationship for right triangles are common in problems involving real-life situations.

## Binogi Related Resources

- THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
- THE ANGLES OF A TRIANGLE
- BOOKS BY BINOGI – CURRICULUM & TEXTBOOK ALIGNMENT
- THE PERIMETER OF A TRIANGLE
- THE AREA OF A TRIANGLE
- BINOGI WEBSITE

## Additional Resources – Lesson Plan Template

## Vocabulary

The following Bilingual and Add Your Language Glossary Sheets include terms from Binogi’s Pythagorean Theorem Videos.

## Interactive Game Booklet

## Flipped Classroom

Students are assigned to watch the Binogi videos on The Pythagorean Theorem prior to the lesson. (*Make sure students have an access to internet).* Then, they record at least 1 question and 1 interesting/surprising fact they learned from the videos to share with the class Padlet or Scrumblr.

## Language Friendly Pedagogy

Students can use the Concept Detective table to understand new concepts they are learning. They may include a description in English or a language of their choice. They can draw a picture or add an image to explain the meaning of one of the concepts they learned.