Applying Multiple Circle Theorems

Applying Circle Theorems
Applying Circle Theorems
Applying Circle Theorems
Applying Multiple Circle Theorems

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Applying Multiple Circle Theorems

Students learn about applying multiple circle theorems to solve complex problems. The relevant circle theorems are angle about a centre and circumference, angles in a cyclic quadrilateral and angles in the same segment. More able students combine the various theorems to derive a proof.The start of the lesson is used ot recap the individual theorems so students can combine them later in the lesson. The plenary assesses progress through a typical exam style question.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to apply a single circle theorem.
  • Most students should be able to apply multiple circle theorems to solve complex problems
  • Some students should be able to prove the angle at the centre, cyclic quadrilaterals and angles in the same segment circle theorems.
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