# LESSON PLANNING OF TYPES OF ANGLES

LESSON PLANNING OF TYPES OF ANGLES

Subject Mathematics

Students` Learning Outcomes

• Recall an angle and recognize acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex angles.

Information for Teachers

• The word angle is derived from the Latin word angulus, meaning “a corner”.
• In geometry, an angle is the figure formed by two rays, called the sides of the angle.
• Acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex angle are few of six types of angles.
• An angle whose measures less than 900 is called acute angle.

• An angle whose measure is exactly 900is called right angle.

• An angle whose measure is greater than 900and less than 1800 is called obtuse angle.

• An angle whose measure is exactly 1800is called straight angle [] straight line]

• An angle whose measure is greater than 1800and less than 3600 is called reflex angle.

Material / Resources

Writing board, chalk / marker, duster, geometry box, textbook

Introduction

• Take out your geometry box along and ask what is it?
• What is a geometry box?

• What is geometry?

• Why is geometry important?

• Ask students to think about why geometry is important in the “real world”. Write down any ideas that surface in the discussion; make sure that students are talking on the topics of art, architecture and engineering.

Development

Activity 1

• Provide one paper per student [try to get a better quality paper if possible]
• Ask students to fold it from middle and draw a line between.
• Label one column as KEY-WORD and other as I-KNOW.
• Draw horizontal lines so that they can write later.
• On outer side of the folded paper write ‘My Geometry Dictionary’ and your name.
• Show your personal geometry dictionary to the students and encourage them while writing new word after learning.
• Every word that students put in their dictionary will also be written on the board.
• Draw few figures, on the board, taken from Grade 4 lessons, ask students to discuss amongst each other and collect each group`s feedback verbally and produce the correct concept on board. For example;

o   Alphabets ‘V’ has …………………….angle whereas ‘L’ has …………. Angle.

o   Can you draw 120 degree angle by using protractor?

o   What is the angle between hours and minutes hands when it is 6 o`clock, 3 o`clock, 5 o`clock and 2 o`clock etc.

• Divide the class in groups and let them find answers, this will help recall taught concepts.

Sum up / Conclusion

• Windup today`s lecture by repeating key points learned today.
• Acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex are the types of angle.
• An angle is the figure formed by two sides.
• Angle less than 900 is called acute angle.
• An angle of 900 is called right angle.
• Greater than 900 and less than 1800 angle are called obtuse angle.
• Angle of exactly 1800 is called straight angle.
• Angle greater than 1800 and less than 3600 is called reflex angle.

Assessment

• Assign following question to the students to assess them.
• Draw the following table on the board and call students one by one and ask them to link the name of the angle with its properties.

• Assign homework to further strengthen their concepts regarding angles, e.g.
• o   Ask the students to observe your home and point out different items at which you think form one of the angle that you read in the class.
• o   Give them hint like, corner of TV that forms right angle (900)