Reflection: Student Led Inquiry What's The Degree? - Section 4: Exit Ticket


As I circled the room, I noticed one of my students illustrated some fractions to assist him in solving the given set of problems.  I wanted to get  clarity on how this concept of why and how this help him problem solve. I captured his explanation on video. This made me realize that there is no set way to solve problems, students basically do what is comfortable for them.



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What's The Degree?

Unit 6: The Road to Angles, Points, and Turns!
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT determine how the turn of one angle can be measured in degrees.

Big Idea: Slips, Slides, and Turns are often seen throughout the day! Students will be able to determine the degree of an angle, and identify the given angle based on the degree.

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