Monday 22nd June
LI: To measure angles in degrees
Firstly, have a go at the true or false question. Think about your answer and then check to see if you got it correct.
Then work your way through the Powerpoint presentation which will help you understand more about angles.
Tuesday 23rd June
LI: To measure with a protractor
Mental Starter-Beat the Clock (times tables)
Today we are going to be using a protractor to measure angles.
Have a go at this true or false question. Remember to use correct mathematical vocabulary to explain your reasoning.
Let's do a recap from Year 4. The video will help you to recall how to accurately measure angles using a protractor.
Now complete pages 57, 58 and 59 from your Power Maths Workbook.
Wednesday 24th June
LI: To accurately measure angles with a protractor
Complete the True or False activity below:
For your next activity, we would like you to make a poster to show someone how to use a protractor to measure angles.
Include this vocabulary somewhere on your poster: clockwise, anticlockwise horizontal, vertical angle, protractor, right angle, acute, obtuse, reflex
Don't forget to email us photos of these so we can share them on our class web-page!
Now we are going to try an angles quiz. You will need to draw on your knowledge of acute, obtuse and reflex angles:
Finally for today, please work through your Power Maths Workbook-pages 60, 61 and 62.
Thursday 25th June
LI: To draw lines and angles accurately
So we should be feeling pretty confident with using protractors to measure angles. Today we are going to be drawing angles. You will need a ruler as well as a protractor for this lesson.
How did you do with that? It took me longer than I thought it would!
Let's watch this video which explains how to accurately draw angles using a protractor:
Now see how you get on with your Power Maths Workbook questions on pages 63, 64 and 65. It's really important to use your measuring equipment accurately.
Let's finish the lesson with a game:
Friday 26th June
LI: To calculate angles on a straight line
*For the lesson today, the key fact you need to remember is that angles on a straight line always total 180 degrees.*
Let's try the reasoning question for today (True or False):
Let's read some information that will explain in more detail about calculating angles on a straight line. Please note down any key information in your exercise book so you can refer back to it in future lessons.
I'd now like you to work through some examples from a powerpoint. I will also add the answers to these questions.