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• 1. 10.1 Angles 10.3 Angle Relationships 1—Measure angles 2—Identify and apply angle relationships
• 2. Sort
• Sort the pictures into 4 categories and name each type of angle.
• 3. Angles
• 4. Concept Map
• Pick one type of angle and complete a concept map for it.
• Give the definition, draw a picture, and tell where you would find it in the real world.
• 5. Measuring and constructing angles
• What do you use to measure a line?
• What do you use to measure an angle?
• 6. Video
• Measuring acute angles video (time 1:10)
• Measure the 4 angles on your paper.
• 7. Drawing angles---Draw .
• Draw a ray with a measure of 75 °.
• Place the center point of a protractor on A. Align the ray with 0°.
• Use the scale that begins with 0°. Locate the mark labeled 75. Then draw the other side of the angle.
• 8. 10-3 Angle Relationships
• Video
• Handout page 8
• Write a definition for adjacent and vertical angles. Then draw a picture of both.
• 9. Complementary Angles
• 10. Supplementary Angles
• 11. Classify as complementary or supplementary
• http://www.321know.com/geo-comp-or-sup.htm
• 12. Page 423
• Example 3
• Your turn a, b
• Example 4
• Handout page 10
• 13. Quadrant Card List 4 types of angles with picture (from beginning of lesson) Definition and picture of Vertical angles Definition and picture of Supplementary angles Definition and picture of Complementary angles
• 14. Homework
• page 414: 8-17 (don’t draw, just classify)
• and page 424: 1-22