What is included:
- Student handout for notes
- Teacher notes
The biggest mistakes students make while reading protractors are reading the wrong scale and or counting the tick marks incorrectly. .
Knowing what type of angle they see allows students to make sure their answer makes sense. Example: If the angle they see is an obtuse angle, their answer must be more than 90 degrees.
Knowing what degrees the ray is between allows students to count correctly. Example: If the ray is between 40 and 50 degrees, their answer cannot be 53 degrees - it must be more than 40 but less than 50 degrees.
Breaking down the steps have helped my students tremendously!
Be sure to check out the Where is Waldo? Reading Protractors Activity!
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