Angles and Arcs in Circles INB Pages

I never have time to post my INB pages during the school year!  Today, I want to share the pages that I made for the beginning of my circles unit.

This was the first lesson in my circles unit, so I needed to introduce some vocabulary first.  I gave my students a fill-in-the-blank page with diagrams so that we could discuss the vocabulary as we went.

This foldable for angles and arcs in circles is perfect for high school geometry students.  My students liked the class notes and we finished up the lesson with an activity.  I started the lesson with vocabulary and finished with an extra problem for honors students.

After that, we talked about arc measures, the Arc Addition Postulate, and congruent angles and arcs.  I compiled it all into one foldable.

This foldable for angles and arcs in circles is perfect for high school geometry students.  My students liked the class notes and we finished up the lesson with an activity.  I started the lesson with vocabulary and finished with an extra problem for honors students.

I included the explanations on the front of the foldable so that I would have room for examples inside.  Inside each flap, we did two examples together and I had them work two examples with their partners.  This foldable went pretty fast as we worked through it together in class.  Most of my students thought this lesson was pretty easy since I didn't include much algebra in it.

This foldable for angles and arcs in circles is perfect for high school geometry students.  My students liked the class notes and we finished up the lesson with an activity.  I started the lesson with vocabulary and finished with an extra problem for honors students.

After the foldable, I worked this spherical problem with my honors students.  They were shocked that I was "bringing back trig".  The fact that the radius of the sphere could be drawn to different points blew their minds at first.  I really liked this problem and included it on their test with different numbers.

This foldable for angles and arcs in circles is perfect for high school geometry students.  My students liked the class notes and we finished up the lesson with an activity.  I started the lesson with vocabulary and finished with an extra problem for honors students.

You can find this foldable here, in my Teachers pay Teachers store.


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