Finding missing angles - Parallel lines (GCSE)

January 13, 2017 Annabel H

Use the four rules of parallel lines to find the missing angles on this worksheet

This worksheet provides questions on finding missing angles in a light hearted way.  Allows for building rapport and also ensure that they do lots of questions quickly.

An extension task could see the students name the rules or create their own questions

You could also probe why they have to answer the questions in a specific order, which questions are easy/hard and why these rules are necessary in real life.


[Please note this is not my resource and was taken from TES)

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