BEFORE: Think-Pair-Share or Entrance Slip
1. Have students to think about transversal, corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles, and vertical angles. (These words should be on your word wall.)
2. Then have students to pair with an “elbow” partner to give at least one characteristic of two different words.
3. Lastly, the teacher will then call on 2-4 partners to share their characteristics. If any new terminology or characteristics are shared, please have students to record it.
DURING: Collaborative Groups
1. If you are in your gym, start your lesson there. If you are in your classroom, continue by letting the students know that they will be an angle. Explain to students that they should have a set of parallel lines and a transversal.
2. Students will then be able to stand or sit with their legs folded in the corner of the transversal line and be identified accordingly.
3. Students should also be able to give the calculations with the given situation that Angle 1 = 98 degrees. (This number can be changed as often as you like.) Have students take pictures of each type of angle. Students will then be able to create a storyboard or slideshow (Animoto may be used for storyboard) of starting from the beginning of the process to the end. (Click on rubric link)
AFTER: Think-Pair-Share/Exit Slip
1. Have students think about how what they created relates to a cheerleader and the movements or angles that are made. Have them to share their ideas.