A co-worker of mine asked would I plan a lesson observation with them on angles. A few years ago, I taught a similar lesson for an observation.
Basically, this resource contains:
A clear, detailed and differentiated lesson plan
A simple but colourful powerpoint to use as a guideline
3 activities differentiated into high, middle and low
Angle creators with arrows (just print, laminate and secure with a split pin).
This lesson aims to engage a variety of learners. By using the angle creator, visual and kinesthetic learners can practically make the different types of angles that are being taught in this lesson. (Acute, obtuse, reflex, right angle, straight line angle)
HA are extended by asking children to label the angles found in 2D shapes and how to measure them by using a protractor.
The plenary asks children to spot angles in the clock face.
A really enjoyable lesson.