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Basic Geometry
Title: Basic Geometry
Overview: This colorful podcast explores some of the basic concepts of geometry. Students will learn the difference between regular and irregular polygons, characteristicsof quadrilaterals, lines of symmetry, and congruence. Save to ALEX 
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Classifying Angles
Title: Classifying Angles
Overview: Watch as three sixth grade students explore different kinds of angles found on their school campus. Throughout the podcast, they give the definition for each type of angle. Then you are asked to identify the angles represented in pictures they took. Watch carefully, because after you have the opportunity to identify the angles, they illustrate the correct response. This interactive podcast is sure to help anyone who is learning how to classify angles. Save to ALEX 
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Name that Triangle
Title: Name that Triangle
Overview: This student written and produced podcast introduces the types of triangles. A game show format is used. It would serve as a good engagement video at the introduction of this concept. Save to ALEX 
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Shape Up! Using Food to Learn About Polygons
Title: Shape Up! Using Food to Learn About Polygons
Overview: This podcast is based on a section of Shape UP! Fun With Triangles and Other Polygons written by David A. Adler. Students use slices of bread to make polygons, ranging from quadrilaterals to decagons. A review of the names of the polygons is included. It is designed to be viewed after the book is read to students and before they begin the handson activity. Save to ALEX 
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Shape Up!! With Pretzels
Title: Shape Up!! With Pretzels
Overview: This podcast is based on activities found in David A. Adler's book Shape Up! Fun With Triangles and Other Polygons. In this podcast, we focused on types of triangles and angles. Students enjoy the hands on activities created by Mr. Adler, as well as a little snack time afterwards. This activity provides a concrete visual that students can use in other geometry activities. 
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