Year 7

Year 7

# Measuring and drawing angles

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will learn how to use a protractor to measure and be able to draw angles.

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## Video

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## Worksheet

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
The mathematical object to measure an angle is...
A compass
A protracter
Correct answer: A protractor
A ruler
Q2.
A standard protractor (the one that was used in the video) measures from 0 degrees to...
100 degrees
Correct answer: 180 degrees
270 degrees
90 degrees
Q3.
If I accidentally measured an angle from 180 degrees instead of 0 degrees, then I noticed that it measured to 150 degrees, what would the angle truly measure?
0 degrees
150 degrees
180 degrees
Correct answer: 30 degrees
Q4.
The middle point of the mathematical object, where we line up the point at which the two lines meet, and where we measure an angle, is called...
The cross
Correct answer: The crosshair
The hairline
The point
Q5.
I measure an angle accidentally from 85 degrees instead of 0 degrees and it measures 112 degrees. I have done this as accurately as possible. Does this mean that my angle is 27 degrees?
No

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the following best represents the definition of the word 'angle' in mathematics?
A mathematical object to measure an angle
A measure of how far you go around
Correct answer: A measure of turn that is measured in degrees
A thing measured with a ruler
Q2.
A full turn represents how many degrees?
180
270
45
Q3.
Three quarters of a turn would represent how many degrees?
180