I created this activity, because I was just as bored as my students copying down definitions. The students receive a note sheet that has all the important angle relationships and a transversal example. The cards are placed around the room. Students move around the room in any order, copying down the definitions and identifying the relationships on the figure. Once they have copied this down, they use their knowledge to fill int the missing angles to the transversal figure on the page.
The note sheet also contains a QR code that links directly to Khan Academy's video on angle relationships.
Once the notes are complete and checked, they receive a slightly more challenging problem to solve the missing angles for. I collect these as an assessment for the days work so that they can keep their notes.