Reflection: Exit Tickets Acute, Obtuse, and Right Angles - Section 3: Closer


This exit slip was a great way for me to see how my students were progressing with the concept of the three types of angles.  I use exit slips frequently in order to gauge two things; one being the student progress and the other being an indicator of my teaching practices.  If I begin to examine the exit slips from a lesson and the majority of the students did not answer correctly, I can assume my teaching needed to be refined in some way.  I might not necessarily have taught the lesson poorly but maybe my focus wasn’t as targeted as it should have been.  I use this as instant feedback and alter future lessons I may teach that are similar. 

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Acute, Obtuse, and Right Angles

Unit 7: Geometry
Lesson 1 of 22

Objective: Students will be able to identify acute, obtuse, and right angles.

Big Idea: Kinesthetic activities help when reviewing our angle types.

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