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## ALEX Lesson Plans

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Subject: Mathematics (4)
Title: Pizza Problems: An Angle Investigation
Description: This investigative lesson allows students to identify angle measurements as part of a larger angle. Students will deconstruct 180 degree angles into equal parts.  This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.

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Subject: Mathematics (4)
Title: Don't Retract When It's Time To Protract
Description: Students are introduced to a new kind of measuring using a basic protractor, then learn to measure angles. Students reinforce the concept by using a ruler and protractor to draw angles of a specified measure.

## ALEX Podcasts

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Angles
Overview:
This is a student-narrated PowerPoint about angles.  The student defines different types of angles such as right, acute, obtuse, straight, vertical, interior, and exterior.  She also describes angle measurement and application of angle measurement.

## Web Resources

### Assessments

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Go Bananas over Angles!
http://www.oswego.or...
Banana Hunt is an online interactive activity that can be used in a whole-class setting, cooperative groups, small groups, or with individuals. This fun website will have your students going "bananas" over recognizing angles. The interactive game ask, "How many bananas can you find in 10 searches?". The game has a large circle with an angle with a monkey on the end of one of the rays. Students will drag the monkey(ray) to the location of the banana by creating the correct angle. Students will press "search". If the students find the right location(angle) on the circle of the banana they will receive 10 bananas.

### Informational Materials

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Measuring Distances and Angles
http://www.e-learnin...
This site begins with a detailed tutorial explaining how we use distances and angles in the real world. There are 10 exercises to complete at the end.

### Interactives/Games

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Go Bananas over Angles!
http://www.oswego.or...
Banana Hunt is an online interactive activity that can be used in a whole-class setting, cooperative groups, small groups, or with individuals. This fun website will have your students going "bananas" over recognizing angles. The interactive game ask, "How many bananas can you find in 10 searches?". The game has a large circle with an angle with a monkey on the end of one of the rays. Students will drag the monkey(ray) to the location of the banana by creating the correct angle. Students will press "search". If the students find the right location(angle) on the circle of the banana they will receive 10 bananas.

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Measuring Distances and Angles
http://www.e-learnin...
This site begins with a detailed tutorial explaining how we use distances and angles in the real world. There are 10 exercises to complete at the end.

### Learning Activities

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ABC Teach - Measurement
http://www.abcteach....
These "Everyday Measurements" worksheets give students an opportunity to measure everyday objects and/or complete perimeter.

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Go Bananas over Angles!
http://www.oswego.or...
Banana Hunt is an online interactive activity that can be used in a whole-class setting, cooperative groups, small groups, or with individuals. This fun website will have your students going "bananas" over recognizing angles. The interactive game ask, "How many bananas can you find in 10 searches?". The game has a large circle with an angle with a monkey on the end of one of the rays. Students will drag the monkey(ray) to the location of the banana by creating the correct angle. Students will press "search". If the students find the right location(angle) on the circle of the banana they will receive 10 bananas.

### Teacher Tools

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Go Bananas over Angles!
http://www.oswego.or...
Banana Hunt is an online interactive activity that can be used in a whole-class setting, cooperative groups, small groups, or with individuals. This fun website will have your students going "bananas" over recognizing angles. The interactive game ask, "How many bananas can you find in 10 searches?". The game has a large circle with an angle with a monkey on the end of one of the rays. Students will drag the monkey(ray) to the location of the banana by creating the correct angle. Students will press "search". If the students find the right location(angle) on the circle of the banana they will receive 10 bananas.

## Thinkfinity Informational Materials

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Subject: Mathematics
Title: Number and Operations Web Links
Description: This collection of Web links, reviewed and presented by Illuminations, offers teachers and students information about and practice in concepts related to arithmetic. Users can read the Illuminations Editorial Board's review of each Web site, or choose to link directly to the sites.
Thinkfinity Partner: Illuminations