Angle is the measure of turn. An understanding of angle begins with students exploring turning left and right, clockwise and anticlockwise. Students move on to measure angles and construct angles and shapes using protractors.
Level 1 Angle
Achievement Objectives 
Learning Outcomes 
Unit title 
GM11
GM13 
 show a quarter turn and a half turn in a number of situations
 see that two quarter turns equals one half turn
 recognise the ‘corner’ of a shape that is equivalent to a quarter turn

Turns

Level 2 Angle
Achievement Objectives 
Learning Outcomes 
Unit title 
GM21

 understand clockwise and anticlockwise directions
 understand that quarter half turns may be begun from any direction and not just from lines parallel to the classroom walls or other fixed lines

Clockwise

Level 3 Angle
Achievement Objectives 
Learning Outcomes 
Unit title 
GM31

 measure angles using degrees

Measuring Angles

 identify and construct right, acute and obtuse angles
 begin to appreciate the degree, unit of measurement of angle
 know the degree value of angles that are simple fractions of a whole turn
 know that the angle at a point is 360^{o}

Simple Angles

Level 4 Angle
Achievement Objectives 
Learning Outcomes 
Unit title 
GM41

 identify angles in the environment
 measure an angle using a protractor
 use angles to travel at a bearing
 anticipate the path of a ball as it bounces off a wall
 use rotational symmetry to create a logo

All about angles

GM41
GM46 
 construct triangles with specified dimensions using two different techniques
 design and construct nets for threedimensional objects
 name basic threedimensional objects, especially those made with equilateral triangles

Building with Triangles

GM41
GM45 
 investigate the relationship between the diagonals and lengths of a rectangle
 investigate the relationship between the angle of the diagonal and length of rectangles sides
 use rulers, compasses and protractors accurately

Quadrilaterals
