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Hitting The Target, Learning Angles Through Sports

Name: Hitting The Target, Learning Angles Through Sports Brief Description of the Site: Here's an original approach to learning geometry, specifically angles. "Hitting the Target" is designed to help children develop a better understanding of angles through games that students can play individually or with others
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Name:Hitting The Target, Learning Angles Through Sports

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Here's an original approach to learning geometry, specifically angles. "Hitting the Target" is designed to help children develop a better understanding of angles through games that students can play individually or with others (a collaborative approach). Because children can relate to sports, it can be an excellent vehicle for teaching mathematics. Students choose a sport, and the game involving that sport begins.

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The learning process is based on a linear learning method, starting with snooker (measuring angles), then football (right-angles) and then tennis or cricket (acute and obtuse angles). Topics with links to explore are calculating and measuring angles, recognizing familiar types of angles, recognizing right-angles, how to recognize acute and obtuse angles. Definitely a cool site.

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Simon Jobling
Walsall, West Midlands UK

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