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Different Kinds of Angles I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Content S ills: !eferences: "aterials: #al$e: 1.

Naming different kinds of angles 2. Constructing different kinds of angles B C!" #C $$$.%.2.2, 2.2.1 te&tbooks in 'ath ( flash cards, pieces of cartolina, two strips of cardboard )oined b* a fastener Sportsmanship 1. Visualize the different kinds of angles as acute, right, obtuse 2. Name different kinds of angles such as right angle, acute angle and obtuse angle Construct the different kinds of angles Show sportsmanship in a contest

III. Learning %&'eriences A. Pre'aratory Activities (. Drill $dentif* the parts of each angle below.

). !evie* Name the angles *ou can find in the drawing below.

+. "otivation Show the pupils different cutouts of angles. %sk+ ,hat can *ou sa* about the angles- %re the* the same,. Develo'mental Activities (. Presentation a. Showing cutouts of cartolina. 1. Show a piece of cartolina to the class.

. >a5e them group the angles that measure 12<. . $t looks like a s0uare corner. $t means more than 12 degrees but less than 1. 'ake other angles using the strips of cardboard with the right angle as the guide. $t measures 12 degrees. (.hich is bigger the right angle or the new angle formed:. %sk the pupils to put the cartolina closer. Call their attention to the lines that are perpendicular to each other. $ntroduce the word right angle. 7pen the strips wider to show angle %B8. /ispla* intersecting lines and see if the pupils can identif* the angles formed. #et them point to the s0uares that are formed at the 5erte&. 4i5e the pupils two strips of cardboard )oined together b* a fastener. 1.2. $ntroduce the word obtuse.. Name the kinds of angles. 12. /escribe the angle formed at B. 9. "resent a protractor and show them how to measure the angles. 6. $t measures less than 12 degrees. introduce the term degrees =<. #et them measure all other angles on the board or on displa*. . 3. Compare the new angle formed with the acute and the right angles.2<. more than 12< and less than 12<. $ntroduce the word ac$te. b. as a measure of angles.

let the pupils form an angle with their arms.hat kind of angle is in each number below- . .ould *ou feel bad. 2.. Ahe group with the most correct answers wins. Name the angles and tell whether the angle is right. what would *ou do. %val$ation %. .hat is a right angle.i&ing S ills 4roup . Call a member from each group as the contestant. Analysis-Abstraction a. Name at least 2 ob)ects with an acute angle. obtuse. obtuse or acute. 1. a. @sing two arms. A''lication #ook around us.=right. Name at least 2 ob)ects with right angles.hat is an acute angle. /o the* ha5e different measurements+. acute or right. . . Ahe group that has the most number of point wins.hat kind of angles did *ou formb.hat are the different kinds of angles. b. %ct 7ut ? Contest /i5ide the class into 6 groups.% right angle measures 12< . /. Name at least 2 ob)ects with an obtuse angle. I#. Aell whether each angle is obtuse. acute. 3.. Stud* this drawing.h*).2< C.hat is an obtuse angle.%n obtuse angle measures more than 12< but less than 1. %re the angles the samec. Name as man* angles as *ou can find. $f *our group did not win the contest.c. 0enerali1ation .ork ! Bemind the pupils the importance of cooperation in group acti5ities. Ahe pupil who will form the angle nearest to the correct measurement earns a point.%n acute angle measures less than 12< . Stud* this drawing below.

Assignment 'ake the following using cardboard or cartolina. %8 C DDDDD C. 'ake 2 cutouts of acute angles 2. 'ake 2 cutouts of right angle . B$4 ! acute angle 3.B. C%/ C DDDDD 3. A7" ! obtuse angle (. Name each kind of angle below. 1. 1. /%8 C DDDDD 6. C%N ! right angle #. 'ake 2 cutouts of obtuse angle 3. /% C DDDDD (. Stud* the drawing below. B%C C DDDDD 2. % $ ! right angle 2. 4 A ! acute angle 6. Construct the following angles using *our protractor. 1.