# Coordinates and shapes: To illustrate and name parts of a circle

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will identify the properties of a circle, name the parts and find out about the relationships between the parts.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these nets will fold to make a cuboid?
a
a and b
a, b and c
c
Q2.
Opposite faces on a dice sum to 7. What number will be opposite 5?
3
6
Q3.
Look at the net. When folded, which face will be opposite 1?
2
3
4
6
Q4.
What's the maximum number of faces you can see on a cuboid from any angle?
4
6
Q5.
What do we call the point at the top of a pyramid?
Point
Vertex

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which part of the circle does the arrow represent?
Diameter
Q2.
Examples of which part of the circle are shown below?
Circumference
Diameter
Q3.
Examples of which part of the circle are shown below?
Circumference
Q4.
Use the given radius to calculate the diameter of the circle.
2.1 cm
21 cm