The first few slides are guided notes to teach students how to use a protractor to measure/draw angles and a review of right, acute, and obtuse angles.
Then, there are activity boards for the game "The Angler." The boards are usually put in sheet protectors (there are three different boards depending on individual students' needs) and each student receives a game board, an "Angler" sheet, and a set of letter cards. The students flip over the lettered cards on the game board's corresponding space to create the name of an angle with the vertex always being Point M. The student then needs to find the angle on the board, use a protractor to measure it, and then write the necessary information on the game sheet. Students will need to record the name of the angle, the angle's measurement in degrees, and then whether it is a right, acute, or obtuse angle.
There is also an angles review sheet that can also be used for students.