Remember in a two column geometric proof, the statements go on the left side and the reasons on the right side. The reasons should be postulates and axioms. The given statement is almost always first in this kind of proof.
Indirect proofs are done in paragraph form. You first assume that the statement you are to prove is false. Then you use deductive reasoning and come up with two statements that cannot both be true. There is the contradiction that shows the earlier assumption is false, therefore the statement that is to be proven is true.