Reflection: Lesson Planning My Little Transversal: A multi-day project lesson - Section 3: Bringing it all Together

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My Little Transversal: A multi-day project lesson

Unit 5: Lines, Angles, and Algebraic Reasoning
Lesson 16 of 16

Objective: SWBAT apply their knowledge of angles by creating transversal problems using photos they take in or out of school.

Big Idea: Looking for a direct or an abstract connection to a concept can bring math content to life.

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Math, Geometry, modeling, transversals, Photography, Project Based Learning, real world connections, alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angle
  130 minutes
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