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This resource has 3 foldable pages. The first page introduce angle of elevation and has students complete a real life problem where they calculate that angle measure. The second page introduces angle of depressions and has students complete a real life problem where they calculate a depression angle
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A fun foldable to introduce angles in standard position, positive angles, negative angles, coterminal angles, and quadrantal angles.
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These are guided notes I use with my students when introducing angles and angle relationships including complementary, Supplementary, Adjacent, and vertical angles. They fill in the notes while either watching a video or on the board and then we do the questions tab as a guided practice before movin
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This graphic organizer will be used by students when introducing angles. They will look around their classroom to find the angles that are listed. This helps them to be able to see angles in their lives. Can be easily edited to fit your needs or the needs of your class!
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I made this graphic organizer to visualize these key concepts: 1) review of previous vocabulary – intersecting lines, parallel lines, parallel planes, & perpendicular lines 2) introduce new lines – skew lines & transversal 3) introduce new angle pairs – corresponding, alternate interior, &am
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Introduce or review Complementary, Supplementary, Adjacent, and Vertical angles. Students fill in the guided notes and answer simple questions to aid in understanding. Answer key included. Like these doodle notes? Check out my Rational Numbers Doodle Notes, too!
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Graphic organizer to help students organize and differentiate between the circle theorems and formulas in geometry. Usually use as a review after theorems have been initially introduced.
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Use this math wheel to introduce or review angles. Students can keep this graphic organizer in their notebooks as a resource/study tool. The sections of the wheel include: 1) Supplementary 2) Complementary 3) Vertical 4) Adjacent 5) Find Missing Angles * There are examples/notes in each section.
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A fun foldable to introduce the six trig functions of any angle. The foldable starts with reviewing basic terminology then introduces trig functions in terms of x, y, and r then has numerous examples.
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This foldable is to introduce or review types of angles. (Reviewing types of angles: acute, obtuse, right, and straight) Key Included. Similar Resources: Pythagorean Theorem Foldable Mean, Median, Mode, Range Foldable Perimeter, Area, Volume Foldable Graphic Organizer Circle Foldable Graphic
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The attached is a four-page packet that starts with the triangle sum theorem proof using 2 parallel auxiliary lines to show that the three angles of a triangle should add up to 180 degrees. The packet continues to two practice problems applying the triangle sum theorem then goes into breaking polyg
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Reference sheet or anchor chart with different types of lines and angles that students complete. (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting, right,acute,obtuse) Great for introducing these concepts and having something for them to look back on in the folders/notebooks.
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A foldable for interactive notebooks that goes over the four new relationships introduced in the 8th grade TEKS with parallel lines cut by a transversal. Color code the diagram and write the rules and notes in the blank space provided.
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This is a page of notes I use to introduce and define the different types for angle pairs. It is a half page insert.
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This graphic organizer helps students visualize the thought process and steps involved in writing and solving equations based on angle relationships. Before using, students should already have some experience solving equations and have been introduced to complementary, supplementary, vertical, and a
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Are students struggling to understand how to classify triangles by their sides and/or angles? Whether in the elementary or middle grades, or in 10th grade geometry, this colorful, easy-to-follow, one-page graphic organizer will make it easy for students to determine which triangle is which. It als
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notes, practice, and 25 task cards for your high school geometry class Introduces relationship between sides and angles, triangle inequality, pythagorean theorem and pythagorean inequality. Happy solving! from the miss jude math shop
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The Outstanding Math Guide (OMG) contains a complete set of differentiated reproducible graphic organizers that are aligned to Common Core standards. The graphic organizers can be used to introduce or review math concepts. The graphic organizers contain simple steps, examples and vocabulary of all k
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The Outstanding Math Guide (OMG) contains a complete set of differentiated reproducible graphic organizers that are aligned to Common Core standards. The graphic organizers can be used to introduce or review math concepts. The graphic organizers contain simple steps, examples and vocabulary of all k
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Proofs are a very difficult topic for most students to grab. Starting off with some basic proofs after some basic geometry concepts have been introduced develops a good solid foundation. This packet gives an introduction to proofs, a good mix of the basic theorems, properties, postulates and theor
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Use this math wheel to introduce or review polygons. Students can keep the organizer in their notebooks or binders as a resource/study tool. The Polygons wheel sections include: 1) What is a polygon? 2) Triangle 3) Quadrilateral 4) Pentagon 6) Septagon (there’s a second wheel include
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Introduce geometry to your students with this lesson. Not only is it hands-on and engaging for the students, they will also get a head-start into geometry with a great concept understanding of sides and angles. Students will sort 20 different polygons onto graphic organizer mats. The mats force th
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This product was created to help students classify quadrilaterals using properties, explore coordinate proofs, and solve related math problems. Students will create a two-sided foldable. They will cut out the rectangle, discarding the white margin. They will fold the panels into the middle, and cu
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This lapbook covers several major Geometry concepts taught in grades K-9 (circles, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, coordinate graphs, polygons, 3-d shapes, etc.); use this to introduce concepts and lay a foundation for understanding Geometry in a visual, concrete way through hands-on activities a
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