Listly by tydcconway
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A geometric tool, that students can use to create geometric figures.
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I can have my students create graphs of angles that are taught in the lesson
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A video that is entertaining that teaches the terms: parallel, perpendicular, right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, and how to label and name angles.
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This video is good for an intro into the lesson.
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This is a video the explains how to measure angles.
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This is very important that my students can know how to use a protractor to measure angles, and know how to solve for the angle measures.
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Estimate each angle and compare your estimate with a protractor.
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This game is good for practice on angle measures and is a little challenging. (it took me about 12 tries to get the perfect angle.) Students must know what 45, 90, 180 degree angles look like.
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Website that explains Z, F, and C properties of angles with parallel lines.
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Shows many examples so students can easily identify the angles and know the relationship between the angles.
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A game that practices classifying angles based on their measurements using a Tic Tac Toe game.
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This game is good for practice on identifying, acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles.
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An interactive website that shows the properties of vertical angles.
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Students can discover the properties of vertical angles and solve for angles measures.
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A interactive website that illustrates definition of Angle Bisector.
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Students will discover that angle bisector cuts the angle into two equal pieces.
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Practice finding complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.
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This game is great for review and practice
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This video thoroughly explains linear pairs.
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.The educator does a good job explaining linear pairs and how to find them.