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Subject: 7th Grade Math Content Statement Use facts about complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles in a multi-step problem to write and solve simple equations for an unknown angle in a figure. Teacher: Jamie Wolek NJCCCS: 7.G.B.5 Monday Essential Questions: What should students know, understand, and be able to do? How can you classify the relationship between angles? What can you conclude about the angles formed by two intersecting lines? Definitions of adjacent, vertical, complementary and supplementary. Enduring Understandings Angles are present in everyday life. Knowing the relationship between angles allows you to determine missing information in a figure. Guiding Question(s) What does the term adjacent mean in everyday context? Where do you see angles in the world around you? Can angle pairs fall into more than one category? Can they be classified as none of the above? III: Anticipatory Set Ask students about angle measures and classifications they are already familiar with using the hands of a clock as a reference point. Give students a note sheet and include vocabulary they already know. Encourage them to start taking notes before they watch the video… indicate where new learning begins. IV. Procedures (Teaching Strategies, Activities, Technology, Materials) Review video and take notes on definitions and examples. Guided note sheet is provided for students to fill in. Students should answer textbook questions online so they can get immediate feedback about their understanding. Complete a written worksheet practicing new concepts. Provide a partial answer key so Tuesday Wednesday UNIT Geometry Cumulative Progress Indicator (CPI) Identify adjacent, vertical, complementary and supplementary angles. Find angle measures using adjacent, vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles. Thursday Friday Monday students can check their work. Teacher can track progress of online assignment. Questions cover classifying angle relationships, real world examples, and finding missing information. V. Assessment Students will turn in their notes so they can be checked for accuracy. Students will turn in a written worksheet. Two levels of the worksheet are provided to differentiate between class levels. All students are encouraged to work at the highest difficulty level possible. Complete and turn in practice questions. VI. Homework Enrichment worksheet incorporates equations. Students are expected to connect the geometry concepts to previous work with equations. In addition, they are asked to answer higher level questions. They need to create problems, answer open ended questions and provide reasoning. Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday