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Angle Classification

Categories of angles based on measurements and relationships.

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Angle Classification
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RWA Angle Classification


Measuring and classifying angles in the real world


  • Acute angle
  • Obtuse anlge
  • Right angle

Student Exploration

How many angles can you identify in the world around you?

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Extension Investigation

1. Students will identify angles in their classroom or school and do a presentation on what they found. See an example here
2. Each student will bring or take a photo of an acute, right and obtuse angle and find the measure of each angle using a protractor.
3. Create your own angle video or angle dance to show your class.
Watch the video below for inspiration!

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