Angles in a TriangleQuick View
TheMathsMarketTheMathsMarket

Angles in a Triangle

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This lesson covers the full range of attainments for missing angles in a triangle. It starts by recapping prior knowledge on angles on a straight line and around a point before moving onto the basics of angles in a triangle. This lesson allows the topic to be differentiated for a variety of attainment levels and could easily be adapted to meet the need of higher or lower attaining groups through missing out specific examples. The lesson does not look at the specific angle properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles, however, I do have a lesson on this available. This lesson spends time really allowing students to build an understanding of angles in a triangle and build change though the interleaving of previous learning on angles and through the involvement of forming and solving a variety of equations. The lesson includes; Starter Introduction to the topic in small chunks Opportunities to practice basic skills through a collaborative activity. Clear modelling through “I do” and “You Do” examples. Multiple choice questions to draw out misconceptions. Differentiated worksheet. A challenge question. The lesson includes the solutions and is fully animated which will make it perfect for delivering live remote lessons.
Angles & Parallel Lines (Double Lesson)Quick View
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Angles & Parallel Lines (Double Lesson)

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This is a double lesson package and includes 2 lessons on angles and parallel lines. The first lesson looks at recalling the rules of angles formed when a transversal crosses parallel lines. The second lesson looks at applying these rules to find missing angles. This lesson is appropriate for the full range of attainments. The lessons start by recapping prior knowledge before moving on to look at the new content. Pupils need a knowledge of basic geometry notation, angles on a straight line, around a point and in a triangle, quadrilateral and the angle properties of special triangles. This lesson allows the topic to be differentiated for a variety of attainment levels and could easily be adapted to meet the needs of higher or lower attaining groups through missing out specific examples. As with all the angle lessons the Maths Market has available, challenge comes from increasing difficult application of rules and through the interleaving of previous learning on angles and through the involvement of forming and solving a variety of equations. The lessons include; Starters Introduction to the topic in small chunks Opportunities to practice basic skills through collaborative activities. Examples and counterexamples Clear modelling through “I do” and “You Do” examples. Multiple choice questions to draw out misconceptions. Differentiated worksheets. Challenge questions. The lesson includes the solutions and is fully animated which will make it perfect for delivering live remote lessons.
Year 5 / 6 - Constructing triangles from angles and measures - Differentiated worksheetsQuick View
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Year 5 / 6 - Constructing triangles from angles and measures - Differentiated worksheets

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**3 differentiated worksheets** to be used in a lesson about drawing and constructing triangles from given measurements. Children are given an angle and a measurement which they need to construct the triangle from. All triangles have a starting point on a horizontal given line. LA: Angles that are a multiple of 10° and whole centimetre measurements. (e.g. 30° and 4cm) MA: Angles that are multiples of 10° and 5° and centimetre measurements including 0.5cm (e.g. 35° and 4.5cm) HA: Any angle and any measurement (e.g. 43° and 5.7cm) Downloaded sheets use Microsoft Publisher
Angles on a straight line, at a point and in a triangleQuick View
hclark08hclark08

Angles on a straight line, at a point and in a triangle

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This differentiated lesson looks at angles on a straight line, angles at a point and angles in a triangle. The worksheet is split into essential, excel and challenge. The challenge section looks at students combining angle facts that they have learnt. Answers are provided and there is a singing plenary to finish with. In this, students are to write the correct answer on their mini whiteboard and then it will play part of glee for the students.
Angles in a QuadrilateralQuick View
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Angles in a Quadrilateral

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This lesson covers the full range of attainments for missing angles in a quadrilateral. It starts by recapping prior knowledge on angles on a straight line, around a point and in a triangle before moving onto the basics of angles in a quadrilateral. This lesson allows the topic to be differentiated for a variety of attainment levels and could easily be adapted to meet the needs of higher or lower attaining groups through missing out specific examples. The lesson does not look at the specific angle properties of kites, trapeziums, parallelograms and rhombuses, however, I do have a lesson on this available. This lesson spends time really allowing students to build an understanding of angles in a quadrilateral and builds change though the interleaving of previous learning on angles and through the involvement of forming and solving a variety of equations. The lesson includes; Starter Introduction to the topic in small chunks Opportunities to practice basic skills through a collaborative activity. Clear modelling through “I do” and “You Do” examples. Multiple choice questions to draw out misconceptions. Differentiated worksheet. A challenge question. The lesson includes the solutions and is fully animated which will make it perfect for delivering live remote lessons.
Angle reasoning 'points' worksheetQuick View
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Angle reasoning 'points' worksheet

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Differentiated questions on angles in a triangle, straight line and parallel lines. The idea is for students to gain as many points as possible. Difficulty of question is indicated by amount of points on offer. Easy way to show differentiation of a task: 'Bill, you must get 20 points by end of this lesson. Ben, you must get 30 points by end of this lesson.&' Cheers, Michael
Angle Properties of Special TrianglesQuick View
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Angle Properties of Special Triangles

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This lesson covers the full range of attainments on the angle properties of special triangles. It starts by recapping prior knowledge on angles on a straight line, around a point and basic angles in triangles before moving onto the angle properties of a variety of triangles. This lesson allows the topic to be differentiated for a variety of attainment levels and could easily be adapted to meet the needs of higher or lower attaining groups through missing out specific examples. The lesson focuses on the angle properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles. If this is the first lesson looking at angles in a triangle I recommend you spend a lesson first looking at basic angle facts in a triangle. I do have a lesson on this available. This lesson spends time really allowing students to build an understanding of angle properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles. Challenge comes through interleaving of previous learning on angles and through the involvement of forming and solving a variety of equations. The lesson includes; Starter Introduction to the topic in small chunks Recapping of prior knowledge Opportunities to practice basic skills through a collaborative activity. Clear modelling through “I do” and “You Do” examples. Multiple choice questions to draw out misconceptions. Differentiated worksheet. A challenge question. The lesson includes the solutions and is fully animated which will make it perfect for delivering live remote lessons.
Angles on straight line and triangle very low abilityQuick View
hclark08hclark08

Angles on straight line and triangle very low ability

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Differentiated lesson for a low ability class looking at angles on a straight line and in a triangle. The smart board goes through how to answer the questions and gives some for students to complete on their mini whiteboards. Differentiated worksheet for students to complete with answers. The plenary activity is a 'singing' plenary, where students are presented with a question to complete on their mini whiteboards and then it will play part of glee if students get it correct.
Forming and solving equations from anglesQuick View
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Forming and solving equations from angles

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Forming and solving equations from angles in a triangle, angles on parallel lines or angles in polygons. PPT with starter activity. Worksheet included with differentiated and graded questions. Plenary activity and a lesson plan.
Missing angles in trianglesQuick View
emilyironsideemilyironside

Missing angles in triangles

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This is a lesson that I did with my year 6 class once we had revised missing angles around a whole turn and on a straight line. The lesson contains lots of differentiated opportunities for practice on whiteboards. The PowerPoint has printable worksheets for your LAs, MAs and HAs with the answers so that you can same some of your valuable teacher time!
Angles Consolidation / Revision Differentiated Worksheet + AnswersQuick View
jamescleggjamesclegg

Angles Consolidation / Revision Differentiated Worksheet + Answers

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This sheet is designed to help pupils revise or consolidate the following: - Angles on a straight line - Angles around a point - Angles in a triangle - Angles in Isosceles Triangles - Vertically Opposite Angles Each of the above has graded questions (Mild, Medium or Hot) and progresses through from simple solutions to tougher answers where algebraic application is required. Pupils also have to fill in their reflections on the topics at the end in the review box so assessment is made easy. All answers are included. Please feel free to alter to suit your groups and leave a review to give feedback. Thanks, James
Calculating missing angles (straight line & Triangles) Thoughts and CrossesQuick View
onitmathsonitmaths

Calculating missing angles (straight line & Triangles) Thoughts and Crosses

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Resource; Calculating missing angles on a straight line and in a triangle - Thoughts and Crosses. Could also be treated as a calculating missing angles – differentiated worksheet covering different styles of questions that may be asked on the foundation tier exam. Contains; 1. 16 questions on thoughts and crosses, moving from foundation level to exceeding. 2.Cross Curricular link encourages literacy with the pupils, pupils speaking to each other and explaining to how solve problems (this is a massive focus in our school). 3. 16 answers provided. 4. Set of instructions to ensure the task runs smoothly. 5. Printable version – white version. 6. Please download file and ensure you don’t just drag and drop to google drive as this can cause issues with the viewing the file. Printing Tip: This resource has been designed to display on board or print on A4. If you wish to print, select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or fit to page option on your print settings) in order for it to print correctly on A4. Tip 2: You could laminate and reuse for other classes. This could be printed in colour and used over and over again. Saving you time and money on the printing costs. File Type; PDF Idea behind task; To develop pupil’s mathematical discussions and thinking/reasoning skills. To encourage pupils to think about what they are writing down in the exam. By speaking to their partner it means their explanation and answers must make sense. Good practice for the exam to ensure they show full working out and to check their answer makes sense. Check the preview! If you do purchase my resource, please do rate and review my resources. I really appreciate reviews and feedback, I aim to develop constantly and love to ensure my resources are up to date and differentiated to all ability levels but please do try to be constructive!  @ onitmaths@gmail.com Terms of use; Please use only by the customer buying the resource.
Missing Angles year 6Quick View
emilyironsideemilyironside

Missing Angles year 6

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This is an entire 2 lessons on working out the missing angles on a straight line, around a whole turn and lesson 2 is about finding missing angles in triangles with the prior learning. The lesson includes lots of differentiated practice questions and a printable differentiated worksheet for independent work at the end. The answers are on the last slide. Blue = LA Orange = MA Red = HA
Angle Properties of Special QuadrilateralsQuick View
TheMathsMarketTheMathsMarket

Angle Properties of Special Quadrilaterals

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This lesson covers the full range of attainments on the angle properties of special quadrilaterals. It starts by recapping prior knowledge on angles on a straight line, around a point, angles in a triangle, angles and parallel lines and basic angles in quadrilateral before moving onto the angle properties of a variety of triangles. This lesson allows the topic to be differentiated for a variety of attainment levels and could easily be adapted to meet the needs of higher or lower attaining groups through missing out specific examples. The lesson focuses on the angle properties of trapeziums, kites, parallelograms and rhombuses. If this is the first lesson looking at angles in a quadrilateral I recommend you spend a lesson first looking at basic angle facts in a quadrilateral. I do have a lesson on this available. This lesson spends time really allowing students to build an understanding of angle properties in a trapezium, a kite, a parallelogram and a rhombus. Challenge comes through interleaving of previous learning on angles and through the involvement of forming and solving a variety of equations. The lesson includes; Starter Introduction to the topic in small chunks Recapping of prior knowledge Opportunities to practice basic skills through a collaborative activity. Clear modelling through “I do” and “You Do” examples. Multiple choice questions to draw out misconceptions. Differentiated worksheet. A challenge question. The lesson includes the solutions and is fully animated which will make it perfect for delivering live remote lessons.
Missing angles 3 lessonsQuick View
emilyironsideemilyironside

Missing angles 3 lessons

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These are three lessons that I did with my year 6 class. Lesson 1: looks at finding the missing angle on a straight line and around a whole turn. On the PowerPoint, there is a printable worksheet which is differentiated for LA, MA and HA mathematicians. The answers are on the next slide. You could use these to get the class to self-mark and save your valuable teacher time! Lesson 2: revises learning from day before then moves onto finding the missing angles in triangles. My class had a basic knowledge of the features of an equilateral and isosceles prior to this but the lesson offers a brief opportunity to revise the features. On the PowerPoint, there is a printable worksheet which is differentiated for LA, MA and HA mathematicians. The answers are on the next slide. Lesson 3: this is a reasoning lesson during which I sent out my LAs to work with my TA on MA work from day before. The lesson looks at opposite angles and finding missing angles in diagrams that contain triangles. There is a Word document worksheet for MAs and HAs.
Missing angles - Star Wars mathsQuick View
lindsayjonlindsayjon

Missing angles - Star Wars maths

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In this lesson children will be taught to find missing angles: - on lines - in turns - in triangles - in quadrilaterals - on intersections The presentation and worksheets are Star Wars themed. Some of my reluctant mathematicians are really excited for the new film coming out, so this should capture their attention. Can differentiate by the two worksheets. I encouraged the chn to show all their working in column method, to assess security with written methods of calculation at the same time.
Line Symmetry in Shapes GamesQuick View
FullShelfFullShelf

Line Symmetry in Shapes Games

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A fun Upper Primary maths game for line symmetry in 2D shapes: Contains a set of 54 shape cards for consolidation of lines of symmetry through fun activities such as snap, pairs and by using the game board that is also included (self-checking – answer card included). Originally designed for Key Stage 2 (KS2) Year 4 / Year 5 (Y4 and Y5) - or Second Level Primary 5 and 6 in Scotland - but may suit older classes for revision. Ideal as a challenge for early finishers. Symmetrical shapes such as squares, rectangles, other quadrilaterals, triangles, pentagons, hexagons and other polygons (regular and irregular) are included, plus shapes that are non-symmetrical. PDF format. Colour and black and white versions included.   SAVE as part of this Angles and Symmetry Activities BUNDLE   Print and laminate for repeated use Consider using different coloured card for additional sets so as not to muddle them up You might want to enlarge board to A3 if using with larger groups Teacher’s notes and student instruction cards included The cards can be used on their own too, with students working in pairs on a pile and self-checking with the answer card To differentiate for less able learners, provide mirrors Students could also draw lines of symmetry onto laminated cards using a dry-wipe pen to see if they would reflect in them   MORE KS2 MATHS ACTIVITIES… Angles Activities BUNDLE Area and Perimeter Activities BUNDLE Maths Word Problems Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE Maths Puzzles Worksheets (Fun KS2 Challenges) BUNDLE Mental Maths Activities Year 5 /6 BUNDLE Money Games BUNDLE Multiplication and Division Activities BUNDLE Place Value Activities BUNDLE Please explore more at FullShelf Resources
Basic angle facts revision/recap lessonQuick View
JaggersMathsJaggersMaths

Basic angle facts revision/recap lesson

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Complete lesson on all of the basic angle facts. Ideal for a higher ability class as a one lesson recap on the basic facts. Covers angles on a straight line, angles around a point, angles in a triangle, angles in an isosceles triangle, angles in a quadrilateral and vertically opposite angles. Includes: > Starter asking students to write down as many angle facts as they can. Share ideas as a class. Great AFL tool for upcoming topic. > 6 Quick questions. Find the solutions and tell me how you knew. > Solutions and correctly worded reasoning. > Differentiated worksheet. Angle problems using the basic rules. Spot the mistake. Algebra and angles. Extension task included. Full solutions provided. > Difficult but basic past exam question that many students got wrong. >