Lines and Angles

Why was the obtuse angle upset? Because it was never right! A valuable resource is loaded with background information on types of angles and lines. Learners review the characteristics of parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines, as well as naming and measuring angles with a protractor. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
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Instructional Ideas
  • Use the background information as an instructional tool, and give the exercises as in-class practice or homework
Classroom Considerations
  • Protractors are necessary for the exercises
Pros
  • The first six pages review different types of lines and angles with examples, while the last four pages consist of 44 practice problems
  • Exercises provide space for learners to write their answers
  • A great resource to reinforce and boost geometry skills
Cons
  • Answers are only provided for odd-numbered exercises