enjoyed this presentation, very easy to follow and the powerpoint makes viewing so much easier then my clumsily standing in the way and showing students how to do the activity.
This sheet explores which triangles are possible or impossible to construct when given three side lengths. Students will practise using compasses and ruler to construct side-side-side triangles and also think about generalising so that the problem can be solved without drawing. This worksheet is based on a past SAT question.
Designed for use with a visualiserLearning objectives:To know what the acronyms SAS, ASA and SSS stand forTo understand the differences between SAS, ASA and SSSTo be able to construct SAS, ASA and SSS triangles using a ruler and a protractor.SASASASSSExtensionPlenaryExit TicketMarking Template