3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:K. Angles and Two-Dimensional Shapes
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  • Days:8
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Key Learning:  Classify angles in two-dimensional shapes and use knowledge of angles to solve problems.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 
How does classsifying angles help you solve problems?
   
Concept: Exploring Angles
Concept: Classifying
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Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can you determine if an angle is greater than, equal to, or less than a right angle? (A)
How are fractions and angle measures related? (A)
How is the measure of an angle related to a turn? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can you use benchmark angles to classify angles as right, acute, obtuse, straight, or reflex angles?  (A)
How can you draw angles in two-dimensional shapes? (A)
How can you use what you know about angles to solve problems? (ET)
Lesson Essential Question(s):
Additional Information:

Go Math!  Chapter 11-Lessons 11.1-11.6

 Assessment Diagnostic p.443 Ongoing p.457, Summative p 474A, Benchmark Mini-Assessment p. 32(Fl. Assmt. Guide)

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Vocabulary Report

  • angle - formed by two rays or line segments that meet at the same endpoint
  • right angle - an angle that forms a square corner and has a measure of 90°
  • obtuse angle - an angle that has a measure greater than 90° and less than 180°
  • degree (°) -  a unit for measuring angles and temperatures
  • straight angle - an angle that forms a line and has a measure of 180°
  • vertex -  the point at which two rays of an angle or two (or more) line segments meet in a two-dimensional shape
  • reflex angle - an angle that has a measure greater than 180° and less than 360°
  • clockwise - the direction the hands of a clock move
  • protractor - a tool for measuring the size of an angle
  • counterclockwise - the direction opposite from the way  hands of a clock move
  • acute angle - an angle that has a measure greater than 0° and less than 90°