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1

Keywords:

angle properties

Students complete a table about angle properties of four geometrical shapes.

5

1

Keywords:

angle properties

Students complete a table about angle properties of four geometrical shapes.

4

6

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

lines

parallel

perpendicular

Students select the best word from a list of geometric terms to fill in the gaps on a set of maths notes about lines and angles.

5

1

Keywords:

alternate angles

angle properties

angles

co-interior angles

corresponding angles

parallel lines

Students use the angle properties of parallel lines to work out angles in a grid of parallel streets with one angle given.

5

2

Keywords:

alternate angles

angle properties

angles

parallel lines

triangles

Students use their knowledge of angle properties of parallel lines and angles on a straight line to identify similar angles and to calculate the sum of three angles giving appropriate explanations.

5

0

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

exterior angles

interior angles

regular polygons

Using a diagram of a regular hexagon, students calculate its interior and exterior angles.

5

1

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

exterior angles

interior angles

regular polygons

Students calculate the interior and exterior angles of a regular octagon and explain their calculations.

4

3

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

matching

Students select the correct name for angle diagrams (e.g. obtuse etc.) and write the names of three angles identified in a shape.

5

2

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

interior angles

parallel lines

supplementary angles

Students use their knowledge of angle properties to identify missing angles identified on a street map.

5

3

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

Students draw diagrams to demonstrate their understanding of three angle properties: angles at a point, adjacent angles on a straight line and vertically opposite angles.

5

2

Keywords:

angle properties

angles

circles

right angles

tangents

Students calculate the size of marked angles using their knowledge of angle properties: the angle between a tangent and a radius, the sum of angles in a triangle and the sum of angles in a quadrilateral.