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In our More About Angles Lesson Plan, students apply vocabulary to angles and explore the relationship of angles and their names to a transversal. This lesson also demonstrates the relationship of angle measurement to types of angles.  Utilize concept imagery to reinforce understanding as students develop their chart with the name, definition and drawn representation of angle relationships.

## More About Angles Lesson Plan Includes:

• Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
• Instructional Content Pages about Angles.
• Hands on homework activities giving students practice on applying vocabulary of angles, types of angles, and their relationship.
• Common Core State Standards

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In our More About Angles Lesson Plan, students apply vocabulary to angles and explore the relationship of angles and their names to a transversal. This lesson also demonstrates the relationship of angle measurement to types of angles.  Utilize concept imagery to reinforce understanding as students develop their chart with the name, definition and drawn representation of angle relationships.

Sample Classroom Procedure / Teacher Instruction

1. Begin by explaining to students that they are going to add on to their current knowledge of angles by learning different names for types of angles.
2. While reading the content pages, review the basic vocabulary. Use the additional resources to enhance understanding.
3. Introduce the notes on angle relationships. Have students follow along by providing them with a blank chart so that they can name, define, and draw examples of angle relationships.
4. While reading the content pages on advanced angle relationships, have students follow along by providing them with a blank chart so that they can write the name, definition, and draw an example. Use the additional resources to enhance understanding of angles.
5. Have students practice by drawing examples or by naming angles given on a whiteboard.
6. Distribute the activity page to students. Students should have either an extra sheet of paper to glue down pieces or should be checked for accuracy by the teacher upon completion.
7. Distribute the practice page. Have students work independently or with a partner.
8. Distribute the homework page.
9. Ask students to discuss why it is important to name angles.
10. Allow for responses and discussion.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.4.GA.1, None for Grade 5, None for Grade 6

Class Sessions (45 minutes): 1 classes