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This form allows students to show mastery of identifying right angles, naming vertices, and naming angles. Can be used as practice, homework, a pre assessment, or a post assessment.
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Practice naming angles using 3 letters through 2 MAZES. Students will name angle 1 in each problem while navigating through the MAZES.Posted: 1/18/15 so 50% off through 1/21/15
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This is a coloring activity for a set of 14 problems on naming angles using 3 letters. There is also a naming angles maze product for $1.00. Posted: 2/26/16 so 50% off through 2/29/16
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Students practice determining if an angle is a right angle, acute angle or obtuse angle. Cards can be completed all at once or only a few at a time using the answer sheet to record which have been completed and which still need to be done. Once they have solved the problem, they use a device to scan
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Students Classify Angles and Name Angles from labeled and unlabeled diagrams. What’s Included: 27 Black and White Task Cards and 27 Identical Colored Task Cards Cards #1-19 Classify and Name Acute, Obtuse, and Straight Angles labeled with angle measurements. Right Angles denoted with right angle
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This activity requires students to measure, name, and classify a series of angles. It also includes a vocabulary section, basic constructions, and error analysis. I recommend it for an activity to get students comfortable with using a protractor while reinforcing basic ideas like angle naming conven
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This is a 100% original idea I thought up to help students in naming angles. This activity forces students to think about naming angles with three letters, and think about the relationships between vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles. I give a detailed tutorial on how to create a man
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Assess your students' knowledge of angle pair relationships while bringing out their creativity, artistic sides and personalizing it using their names. The complete set includes: -Student directions (both pdf and in EDITABLE form) -Tips and suggestions for the teacher -Grading Rubric -Twelve stude
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Students will use highlighters to distinguish between acute, obtuse and right angles. They will identify parts of an angle (vertex and sides), name angles using more than one method, and they will name all angles that share a common vertex. Students will also use highlighters to distinguish between
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I use this sheet to introduce the class to naming angles, line segments, and overlapping triangles. It introduces the class to parts and wholes and the standard overlapping triangles used in most proofs.It really helps me see which students who have a hard time visualizing and naming the angles and
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Students learn to recognize angles by name, and to draw and measure and then name the angles they’ve measured. They draw clusters of angles with different orientations, and calculate the measurements from known measurements without using the protractor. They add on angles of a given measure to ex
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After students have learned about naming angle pairs and their relationships, I have them complete this project with the city they live in. They are required to draw the city streets by hand or with a computer. I have them label the locations they choose to feature on their map, then describe the re
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This is a game for students of all ages (grades 3-10). Students will each have an individual dry erase board or a blank piece of paper. The power point slide projects an angle. Students must use reasoning skills to guess the angle measure. Either the teacher or a selected student (I have name the "V
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BUNDLE AND SAVE!!! This is a bundle of three of my Quiz, Quiz, Trade Cards that I already have listed. The set first has my Classify Triangle which is naming triangles according to given sides and angles. Second is my Naming Angles which deals with naming geometric angles such as alternate exterio
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A Powerpoint created to show students how to name angles and find measurements of missing angles in semi-complex figures.
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Make trigonometry practice fun! Students will practice recalling angles from the unit circle for given trig values in this bingo game. For instance, you read "sine theta equals 1/2" and if students have 30 or 150 degrees on their card, they cover that square. Five in a row wins BINGO! Also a great
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This resource can be used as a reference sheet or accommdation for students (especially ELLs) naming angle relationships when a transversal cuts through 2 parallel lines.
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This is a cooperative structure that reinforces the identification of angles. Students will identify acute, obtuse and right angles. Students will have a chance to have a brain break while still exercising their skills of identifying different angles.
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Students will get hands on practice identifying the different types of angles formed when parallel lines are cut by a transversal. They will also identify the relationship that those pairs of angles have with each other. Great activity as a formative assessment or a learning activity.
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This activity requires no prep for the teacher! Hooray! Just share the link and students start working! And students get immediate feedback. Such a fun way to practice naming angle pairs that are formed when two lines are cut by a transversal.Please note that this activity is for naming the angle pa
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Guide students to discover the concepts on their own! Little instruction required. Students do the work. Leads to retention, not repetition.Teaches identifying parallel, perpendicular, and skew lines, and the names of angles created when transversals are present (corresponding, alternate interior, a
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Worksheets to help your students practice naming angles- 3 different ways!
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Chunk your data collection with strategically targeted mini-assessments that evaluate student understanding for a small piece of content. Assessments don’t have to cover multiple standards and take hours to complete. Save time and have the data you need to differentiate learning.Use this product as:
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Students will work through a Google Form answering questions about angles in the real world. Students will be asked to look at 10 different pictures of real world things and tell whether they are either acute, obtuse, or a right angle.

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