Write It Wednesday-Angles

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SWBAT create a response to an open-ended question involving angles.

Big Idea

Can you write about angles?


5 minutes
  • POD

As students enter the room, they will have a seat, take out their Problem of the Day (POD) sheet and begin to work on the question on the SMARTboard. The POD allows students to use MP 3 continually based on the discussions we have about the problem each day.

The POD today will be a review of the meanings of the vocabulary we have learned during the unit. I want students to recall what they know as they prepare to solve the Write It Wednesday question today since it draws on their knowledge of supplementary angles and vertical angles.

What is the difference between vertical and adjacent angles?


30 minutes

Students will work through the steps we use for Write It Wednesday

  1. Respond to the Write It Wednesday question
  2. Turn your response in
  3. Receive a classmate’s paper to critique and provide feedback
  4. Offer a score on a four-point scale
  5. Receive your paper and make improvements to your answer based upon the feedback you received

While students are working/writing, I will walk around and answer questions and help guide students through providing feedback and identifying gaps that might exist.




5 minutes

To end class today, student volunteers will come up to the document camera and share their response to the question. We can also look at answers that need improvement and offer suggestions if the author is struggling with formulating an answer.