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Name: __ __ Due Date:__ __

Chapter

- Listen to Lecture & take notes. 5 pts for each day
- Listen to textbook reading & follow along. Answer questions orally. 5 pts.
- Make flash cards for the following terms: adjacent angles, congruent, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, line of reflection (mirror line), ordered pair, reflection (flip), reflex angle, rotation (turn), supplementary angles, translation (slide), and vertical (opposite) angles. 5 pts.
- Create a quizlet for the following terms: adjacent angles, congruent, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, line of reflection (mirror line), ordered pair, reflection (flip), reflex angle, rotation (turn), supplementary angles, translation (slide), and vertical (opposite) angles. 10 pts.
- Create a booklet with the following words: adjacent angles, congruent, acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle, reflex angle, supplementary angles, and vertical angles. 5 pts.
- Go to mathplayground.com and complete “Measuring Angles with a Protractor.” Write down your score. 5 pts. _____________
- Complete the following Worksheets 5 pts. each:

· 5.1- if you complete #4 you will get 5 additional points

· 5.2- if you complete #7 you will get 5 additional points

· 5.3

· 5.4- if you complete #4 you will get 5 additional points

· 5.5

· 5.6- if you complete #4-9 you will get 5 additional points

- Go to www.ixl.com/math/grade-6. 10 pts.

· Z.3 Angle Review: Measure and Classify

· Z.7 Transversal of Parallel Lines

· Z.16 Reflection, Rotation, and Translation

- In a group of 3-4 students create the following angles using your bodies, string, and scissors: adjacent angles, acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle, supplementary angles, and vertical angles. (Please see the teacher for additional information and materials) 10 pts.
- Red Folder Activities – Complete the activities in each folder and complete the attached worksheets. 10 pts.

- Create a PowerPoint using pictures you took to demonstrate different types of angles how we see them in our everyday life. On each slide attach a picture and tell us what type of angle it is, where you found, and other places you’ve seen it.
- Create a Board Game or game using the line of reflection, reflection, rotation, and translation.
- Write a paragraph explaining how angles and the measurement of angles are used when designing a house, business building, or even when building an engine.
- Create an animation video using reflection, rotation, and translation. See teacher for Rubric.

- Design a small business building. Write a paragraph discussing where you used angle measurements, what type of angles you used the most, and how you think your knowledge of angles and measurement assisted you in designing the building.
- Create 5 basketball strategies using angles. Why? Because predicting angles can help you be a star Player! Write descriptions of each strategy and discuss how they would help a team or player be successful.
- The Egyptians built the pyramids using a slant height angle of 44 degrees or 52 degrees because it helped make the pyramid stay strong for many years. To this day people are still trying to figure out how the Great Pyramid of Giza. Write a paper discussing your thoughts of how the pyramid was built and why you think archeologists haven’t figured out how it was built.

Grades:

40-55 = D 56-70 = C 71-85 = B 86-100 = A

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Parent signature/date contact phone #

(sig. & phone worth 5 points in the “C” level).