What I have prepared for you today is...
On one side students should make congruent arcs for angles that are as such.
In the examples section students write down which angles (such at <1 = <2 or in some cases m<1 + m<2 = 180)
On the other side students have a cheat sheet for the four transversal theorems, as well as some other must-know vocabulary.
Finally if you cut along the dashed lines, students have a built in study guide where they can read a theorem, think about what angles might be congruent or supplementary and then open the flap so they can see if they were correct.
(Depending on your PowerPoint Software you may need to move the arrows down on page two before printing. Print pages back to back)