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Homework Help: Education

Posted by yfaridi1 on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 12:13pm.

Hello! I'm working on a lesson plan on the Sum of the Angles of a Polygon. I know the whole process involves finding how many triangles there are (#of sides minus 2) and then multiplying by 180degrees. But my focus on this lesson plan is on 5th grade students. How much detail can I really go into? What is the best way to introduce/open this lesson and what sort of activities would be age appropriate?

I don't need someone to do the plan for me, I just need some ideas! Im trying to create a nice lesson plan while keeping the age of the students in mind.

Thank you!

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