Topic 7 Year 7 Mathematics
Mathematics  
Topic  Angles  
No of lessons  8  
When is it happening  Term 2 Year 7 week 12  
Key Knowledge that students should know at the end of 'Topic'  This is the knowledge that students will meet for the first time in this topic 
This unit covers estimating, measuring, drawing and calculating angles. Students describe, classify and identify types of angles using clear vocabulary, and measure and draw angles accurately. Students revise facts involving angles around a point, angles at a point on a straight line and vertically opposite angles from experiences in primary school. Students will begin to generalise these angle facts. Students explore and clarify definitions of parallel lines and perpendicular lines, and use rules around corresponding, alternate and allied angles. This will be built upon and applied in the following unit when exploring properties of quadrilaterals. Students being to formulate equations to show relationships between angles using the angle facts that are introduced in this unit. This is first done numerically before introducing unknown angles. Through this, students begin to solve equations with one unknown. 

This is knowledge that students may have met before but will need to deepen their understanding 
Comparing and classifying angles Estimating angles. Using a protractor to measure angles Use a protractor to draw angles Find missing angles that partition a known angle. Introduce the vocabulary of ‘vertically opposite’ angles Understand properties of parallel lines. Explore intersections formed with two lines and a transversal. Understand and identify vertically opposite angles. Identify alternate angles. Understand equality of alternate angles for parallel lines. Understand and identify allied angles. Understand and identify corresponding angles 

Key Skills that students should be able to demonstrate at the end of 'Topic'  This is the skills that students will meet for the first time in this topic 
Basic introduction to angles as a measure of turn Basic angle vocabulary Basic introduction to angles as a measure of turn Basic angle vocabulary Know how many degrees are in a full turn / half a turn Writing algebraic expressions and inequalities Know how many degrees are in a full turn / half a turn Writing algebraic expressions and equalities Know how many degrees are in a full turn / half a turn Familiarity with basic angle vocabulary Familiarity with basic angle facts and vocabulary Familiarity with parallel line notation Understand basic angle properties of parallel lines Know parallel line region and transversal vocabulary Understand basic angle properties of parallel lines Know parallel line region and transversal properties 

This is skills that students may have met before but will need to develop  Using a protractor to measure and draw angles.  
Key vocabulary that students should know and understand  Using a protractor to measure and draw angles.  
This is Skills that they may have met before but will need to develop.  Using a protractor to measure and draw angles.  
Key Vocabulary that students should know and understand at the end of 'Topic' 
Transversal, Perpendicular, Alternate, Corresponding 

The Big Question 
Can I measure and draw angles accurately? 

Key questions that students should be able to answer at the end of the 'Topic' 
Can I measure and draw angles accurately?  
Can I estimate the size of the angle of a given shape?  
Can I measure and draw angles accurately?  
Do I know the properties of the angles?  
Can I find the value of any missing angles?  
Can I identify and draw parallel lines?  
Can I find the missing angles of two intersecting lines?  
Can I identify and calculate missing alternate angle? 

Can I identify and calculate missing corresponding and allied angles? 