Spotting corresponding and alternate angles on parallel lines can be tricky for many pupils. This stripped-back worksheet focuses on identifying corresponding and alternate angles rather than calculating missing angles.
Sections A and B consist of the same five diagrams of pairs of parallel lines and a transversal. Students will identify one pair of corresponding or alternate angles on each diagram in sections A and B, respectively. Answers may vary here, providing a good opportunity for discussion with your student or class.
Section C's diagram comprises five parallel lines and two transversals, with each angle labelled with a letter. Students will list pairs of corresponding and alternate angles from this diagram, meaning students have to look at the same angles from multiple perspectives and ensure they do not confuse angles on transversals with angles on parallel lines.