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**Anges**Mrs. Edwards**Contents**What is an angle? Types of basic angles Where do we find angles? Student practice Core standards Citations *Click* on the angles to guide you through your learning**What is an angle?**• An angle is when two straight half-lines (rays) meet together at an endpoint they share called a vertex. Vertex**Types of Basic Angles**There are three basic angles we are going to learn. *Right Angles *Acute Angles *Obtuse Angles *Click on each angle to learn more**Right Angles**A right angle comes together with one vertical line meeting one horizontal line at a 90 degree angle. It looks like this A square has 4 right angles!**Acute Angles**Acute angles are like baby angles and are cute! They are always less than 90 degrees “A” for acute angle**Obtuse Angles**Obtuse angles are wider than 90 degrees The “O” in obtuse reminds us it is Open wide**Where do we find angles?**In our food On the In the Street Alphabet Everywhere!!! K**Can you find each kind of angle?**Click to Reveal Angles**What angles can you find here?**Click to Reveal Angles**Are there any angles here?**Click to Reveal Angles**Can you find TWO of each angle?***Hint* Don’t forget to look in the letters Click to Reveal Angles**More angles practice!!!**Here is a song about the three different angles we learned and how to remember them. For more angle fun visit: BBC Angles Activity Squirt Angles Game**Student Assignment**Now that you have learned what the angles are and what they look like, your assignment is: Use a digital camera to make a Glogster poster about angles you found around your community. Be and let your personality show. Creative**Core Standards**Math Standard 3- Students will describe and analyze attributes of two-dimensional shapes. Objective 1.d- Identify right angles in geometric figures, or in appropriate objects, and determine whether other angles are greater or less than a right angle. Intended Learning Outcomes: *Connect mathematical ideas within mathematics, to other disciplines, and to everyday experiences. *Represent mathematical ideas in a variety of ways**Citations**Utah Lesson Plans. (2007, July 11). The angle tangle. Retrieved from http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/ preview?LPid=18973