Everyone can do this if you put your mind to it!
We began with a warm-up on a pale yellow sheet that needs to be glued into your notebook. It has great notes on triangle congruence at the top, and at the bottom is the example that students worked out in class. This plus the hot pink sheet from block 5 make up good resources for this unit.
We also did a practice worksheet on triangle congruence in class, found out our quiz scores on first quiz (posted on gradebook), and learned to model a flowchart proof or explanation of why two triangles are congruent.
Homework 5 is very short (worksheet attached below); it involves deciding and describing what two parts of two triangles need to be congruent when only two congruent parts are given and you want to show the triangles congruent by a given reason. For example: two triangles are marked with one pair of corresponding angles congruent and the side next to it congruent. You are asked to find another part to make it SAS, so you need the sides on the other side of the angle to be congruent.