# alternate and corresponding angles

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I have used various resources from various places SSA but all come together to make a pretty nice lesson. 24 June - Learn about alternate, corresponding and co-interior angles, and solve angle problems when working with parallel and intersecting lines. Two acute angles #a# and #a'#, formed by different parallel lines when intersected by a transversal, lying on the same side from a transversal, are called corresponding. (1), Sort and Compare Shapes Using Some Geometrical Language to Describe Their Features (1), Recognise Static Images in Embedded Situation (1), Produce Representations of Simple Shapes (2), Use Properties of Shapes to Classify Shapes into Classes Using Appropriate Language (2), Have Awareness of the Attribute of Length and its Descriptive Language (1), Compare, Order and Match Objects by Length (1), Use Uniform Units Appropriately to Quantify Length, Assigning Number and Unit to the Measure (2), Have Awareness of the Attribute of Mass and its Descriptive Language (1), Compare, Order and Match Objects by Mass (1), Use Uniform Units to Appropriately Quantify Mass (2), Have and Awareness of the Attributes of Capacity and its Descriptive Language (1), Compare, Order and Match Objects by Capacity (1), Use Informal Units to Measure Capacity (2), Use Uniform Units Appropriately to Quantify Capacity (2), Is Aware of the Attribute of Time and can use its Descriptive Language (1), Clock Times, Days of the Week and Months and Key Events (1), Describe the Features and Purpose of Clock Faces (1), Know Clock Times to Half-Hour, Days of the Week and Months of the Year (2), Understand Some Simple Everyday Location Words (1), Uses Everyday Location Words to Describe Positions (2), Has Awareness of the Visual Nature of Information in a Pictograph (1), Can Make and Respond to Information in a Simple Pictograph, Can Make and Respond to Information in a Pictograph, Bar or Column Graph (2), Read, Make and Interpret Simple Graphs (2), Distributive Laws to Expansion of Algebraic Expressions (8), Index Laws With Numerical/Algebraic Expressions (9), Distributive Law to Expand Expressions Including Binomials and Collect Like Terms (9), Factorising Algebraic Expressions By Taking out Common Algebraic Factors (10), Simplify Algebraic Products and Quotients Using index Laws (10), Apply the Four Operations to Simple Algebraic Fractions with Numerical Denominators (10), Factorising Monic Quadratic Expressions (10), Rearranging Formulas to Solve for a Particular Term (10), Estimate Measure and Compare Angles Using Degrees (5), Classifying Triangles and Describing Quadrilaterals (7), Corresponding, Alternate and Co-Interior Angles (7), Calculate the Perimeter and Area of Rectangles (5), Formulas for the Area of Rectangles Triangles and Parallelograms (7), Formulas for the Perimeter and Area of Parallelograms Trapeziums Rhombuses and kites (8), Features Of Circles – Area and Circumference (8), Calculating the Area of Composite Shapes (9), Surface Area and Volume of Right Prisms (9), Surface Area and Volume of Right Pyramids (Year 10A), Surface Area and Volume of Spheres (Year 10A), Surface Area and Volume of Cones (Year 10A), Finding Coordinates On a Cartesian Plane (7), Describing Possible Everyday Events and Order Their Chances of Occurring (4), Identify Everyday Events Where One Cannot Happen if the Other Happens (4), Describing Probabilities and Equally Likely Outcomes (5), Describing Probabilities Using Fractions, Decimals and Percentages (6), Comparing Observed Frequencies With Expected Frequencies (6), Complementary Events and Sum of Probabilities (8), Two/Three-step Chance Experiments and Independence (10), Surveying for Data then Interpret and Compare Data Displays (2/3), Constructing Data Displays and Dot Plots (5), Identify and Investigate Issues with Numerical Data (7), Calculating Mean, Median Mode and Range for a set of data (7), Calculating Mean, Median, Mode and Range from a Frequency Table (7), Describing and Interpreting Data Displays using Median, Mean and Range (7), Back to Back Stem and Leaf Plots/Describing Histograms (9), Compare Data Displays Using Mean, Median and Range to Describe and Interpret Numerical Data Sets in Terms of Location (centre) and Spread (9), Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers (6), Dividing Decimal Numbers by Other Decimal Numbers (7), Common Uses of Halves Quarters and Eighths of Shapes (2).