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(Used for Tiffin Year 7 scheme of work)
(a) Recognise notation to reference angles, triangles and sides.
(b) Know the sum of the angles in a triangle, angles on a straight line and angles around a point.
(c) Understand alternate, corresponding, cointerior and vertically opposite angles. Know that (interior) angles in a quadrilateral sum to 360. know angle properties of parallelograms.
(d) Recognise that base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal.
(e) Introduce and use algebraic angles.
(f) Be able to construct diagrams from written information about vertices/sides/angles.
(g) Construct angle proofs (including proving a triangle is isosceles, or two lengths are equal, or a line bisects an angle).
(Do not use) Polygons and Interior/Exterior Angles
This resource has been replaced with "GCSE Interior & Exterior Angles". Left here for legacy purposes.
Yr8 Bearings (soon to be deleted)
Please use the GCSE Bearings resource instead. This resource is soon to be deleted.
Covers geometric problems (involving lengths, angles and area) found in Intermediate Maths Challenges and Olympiads.
Full Coverage: Angles
GCSE question compilation which aims to cover all types of questions that might be seen on the topic of angles (including interior and exterior angles of polygons but excluding bearings, which is separate). Students can complete this set of questions interactively on the DFM Homework Platform. Also contains answers.
IGCSEFM Geometric Proof
Based on the AQA syllabus. Proofs involving angles.
Full Coverage: Bearings
GCSE question compilation which aims to cover all types of questions that might be seen on the topic of bearings. Students can complete this set of questions interactively on the DFM Homework Platform. Also contains answers.
GCSE Interior & Exterior Angles
Interior and exterior angles of polygons, including tessellation problems.
Interior/Exterior Angles Team Challenge
Students get into groups and have 12 puzzles on interior/exterior angles to solve. All questions courtesy of the UKMT.
Covers measuring bearings, constructing bearings, map scale and bearings using angle laws. (Excludes cosine rule/trigonometry questions)