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Angles and Lines

Help students remember and learn angle properties and angle facts

sanita kanth

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of Angles and Lines

The path of Angles in GCSE
LESSON ONE Angles Review line and angle property in
Triangles and Quadrilaterals. Grade G The basics Grade for today's lessons begins with
G (starter)
up to E (main activities) WALT: To understand and recognise
all angle and use this knowledge
to workout unknown angles. HINT: your
planner may
be useful
here. Copy and complete the table clarifying the angle names and their properties.
Grade F HINT: your
planner may
be useful
here. Use angles properties of
Triangles and Quadrilaterals (STARTER)
and the angle facts to work out
unknown angles Grade E Plenary: Fill in the missing gaps on your think sheet The Angles in a ____(1)_____ and ____(2)_____is equal to 360 degrees.
____(3)_____ angles are smaller than a Right angle.
An obtuse angle looks like_____(4)_____.
An isosceles triangle has _____(5)_____ equal angles.
All reflex angle are above _____(6)_____degrees.
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