This is a ready-to-print and use activity to help your students practice using the theorems and postulates for parallel lines cut by a transversal. This activity will have students up and moving as they actively "work the room" to discuss and answer questions about missing angles and missing values in the angles formed by transversals. Note: Some of the problems require simple algebra.
Simply print the slides on brightly colored paper and hang them around the room. Give students a copy of the student response page, and allow them time to get up, get talking, and get working on these straight-forward problems. By the time students are done with all the stations, they will be more confident about solving these problems using the postulate for corresponding angles and the theorems for parallel lines cut by a transversal.
Great alternative to "another worksheet". Students love to get up and move as they learn. Great as a common core activity and great for cooperative learning. Could also be used as review before the test or as task cards for learning centers or tutoring.