The concept in this lesson is to teach right, obtuse, and acute angles. This lesson incorporates students actively and physically making angles with other students in the floor. Pattern blocks are also explored to search for different types of angles.
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- To be able to define right angles, obtuse angles and acute angles.
- To be able to draw right angles, obtuse angles and acute angles.
- Handout of Definitions (for student folder, provide)
- Pattern Blocks
- Toothpicks (six per student)
- Paper (preferably tag board)