: Moving one or both row husbands can change the angle so that, in the perimeter of the left part, the ga ba na can be moved. ACTIVITY Ask the student to observe carvings, carvings, divisions, etc. and a! Ask them to do it in their own words with respect to the angle at which the vaja opens.
>> Activity: ૩ • Ask the student to observe and describe in their own words the ‘corners’ formed between the closed position of the room door and the position after opening. Children should be given opportunities to touch the object and think about the angles formed at those points.
Activity: ૪ • Ask the students to observe the closed position and open position of the box lid and describe in their own words the angle formed between these two positions. . The teacher can use such situations to explain the concept of the corner. An angle is a figure formed by two rays starting from a common point.
These two rays are called the sides of the corner and the common point is called the vertex of the corner. When writing the name of a corner, the vertices are always in the middle and the sides rotate around it.
Activity: ૫ • Ask students to cut sticks / plastic rods and rubber tubes of the same size. Ask to connect the two ropes using a rubber tube as shown below.
SOP BABAT TELECONFERENCE BABAT MAHTVAPURN LETTER VANCHAVA LAYAK
Students can use scissors or bifurcation instead to illustrate the angle measurements as shown below. Encouraged students to observe the exposed area between a pair of ropes.