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Ch 35: 6th-8th Grade Geometry: Angles

About This Chapter

This chapter on 6th-8th grade geometry angles will teach middle school students about acute, obtuse, and right angles through engaging video lessons and multiple-choice practice questions. The lessons are short, less than 10 minutes, and discuss each angle individually before moving on to the next.

Geometry: Angles - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter will supplement and reinforce geometry information learned in the classroom with video instruction and practice quizzes and tests. These lessons help students recognize the formula for a right angle, as well as define and identify examples of acute, obtuse, and right angles. Each video has a tagged timeline, so students can easily jump to specific topics in order to review information.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
What is an Acute Angle? - Definition, Description, and Examples Students learn the definition and characteristics of an acute angle, as well as how to recognize examples of these angles.
What is an Obtuse Angle? - Definition, Description, and Examples Students explore the definition and examples of obtuse angles, and discuss the major characteristics of this type of angle.
What is a Right Angle? - Definition, Formula, and Quiz Discussion on the formula of a right angle, and its main features. Students are quizzed on their ability to identify right angles.

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