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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with geometry practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the cour

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Also included in: CSI: Geometry Curriculum BUNDLE -- 9 Crime Scene Investigations

Instead of giving students the unit circle to memorize, it’ll be more meaningful for your students to see how the unit circle comes about and why the coordinates are what they are. This project is meant to help students in both remembering the unit circle and understanding it. There are 2 worksheets

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This is a project that I use with my Geometry students to show them how to use right triangle trigonometry to indirectly measure things outside like trees, buildings, etc.
The project uses a homemade clinometer made using a protractor, drinking straw, and a weight. -- you can also use an app
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At dusk, it … happens. Crop Circles have become a pastime of sorts around the world. Originally considered to be the work of aliens, they’ve baffled millions with their elaborate designs and timeliness of their work. With knowledge of the unit circle, radians and degrees students will be able to con

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions & Unit Circle -- Pre-Calc Curriculum - Essential Bundle

Students will use their creativity to think outside of the box to create an artistic representation of the Unit Circle. My students loved this project! I also had the students create their own rubric to accompany the project. I found that students made the rubric more challenging than I would have

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Students use inverses of sin, cosine, and tangent to find missing angles in furniture construction designs. Perfect real world application for trigonometry!
The set includes 6 drawings with a total of 21 missing angles. Students will also need to use knowledge of angle relationships (such as para

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Also included in: Trigonometry Bundle

Shadow Activity - Similar Triangles and Trigonometry (Geometry Outdoor Activity)
Common Core Aligned Activity or Lab Project
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This is a student led activity or project where students have an opportunity to apply similar triangles and trigonometry concepts in a real world situat

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Help students to visualize mathematical concepts rather than just memorize formulas. Too often we use direct instruction to present important mathematical concepts such as the Pythagoras Theorem and then wonder why students are not able to apply the theorem in different situations.Students will add

In this project, students apply what they know about right triangle trigonometry to estimate the height of a tall object on campus. They create their own clinometer and use it to collect data. Students love getting outside to collect data, and they love working with a real-life application of thes

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This is an activity for teachers looking to do a real life activity on angles of elevation or angles of depression. Students learn how to use clinometers and calculate the height of something tall using trigonometry. There is also an extension for teachers to use introducing statistics and box and w

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In this 6 page application or project activity, groups of students use their knowledge of sinusoidal functions to determine the functions that model the hours of daylight over a year. Cities around the world are explored, both on the same longitude and then same latitude to see how the sinusoidal

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"In math class, you have learned about the Pythagorean Theorem. You have also seen examples of how the Pythagorean Theorem is used in ‘real life.’ For this task you will create your own “real life” Pythagorean Theorem word problem and model using the following steps..." Students will create and solv

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Use math to calculate speed and altitude while building and flying rubber band rocket planes. It's a fun way to learn how math can help solve real-world problems. Students love it!
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Experiment with aerodynamic design.
Calculate speed (rate) using the formula R

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This project calls upon students to display their knowledge of trig values for 0, 30, 45, 60, and 90 degrees, and their ability to draw and label a unit circle, including the special right triangles that can be included in this. Can be used as a summary project at the end of a trig unit. Also great

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This bundle includes my ENTIRE library of Algebra 2 notes, activities and projects PLUS all future Algebra 2 resources. Interactive notebook foldables and notes, math detectives, coded messages, paper chains, task cards, projects and more fill this 500+ page bundle. Current bundle of resources val

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Grab the 6 most popular PreCalculus Projects and SAVE. These student-tested and approved projects include:
- Quadratic Functions Roller Coaster Design Project
- The Trigonometry Triple Regatta Boat Race
- Unit Circle Inquiry Project
- Law of Sines and Cosines and area of non-right triangles r

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This is a cooperative learning activity for groups of two to create and solve their own word problem to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find a missing length. It should be given after students are familiar with Pythagorean Theorem word problems and after examples are provided. The teacher's initials

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Alternative assessment or bonus activity for your trigonometry unit! Students demonstrate their understanding of trigonometric functions by rewriting a holiday (or other) song. They can do it as a group or individually. Also makes a good music video project!

Apply trigonometric functions to the real-world of architecture with this mini-project. In this student-tested and approved project, students design the front of a building using different roof styles. Students determine the use of the building, draw scale drawings, and use trigonometric functions

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Also included in: Trigonometry Bundle Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit 13

The purpose of this project is to give your students a deeper understanding of the use of trigonometry in analyzing various types of triangles. It will also provide them with an interesting and colorful way to display various triangles and their properties and dimensions in a single area so that th

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This bundle of resources includes my ENTIRE library of Pre-Calculus foldables, activities and projects PLUS all future Pre-Calculus resources. Interactive notebook foldables and notes, math detectives, coded messages, paper chains, task cards, projects and more! This bundle, when complete, will be o

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This project needs to be assigned / completed before you teach them how to graph the sine and cosine functions. It can be used for everyone, even middle school students (though they wouldn’t be doing it for the sine / cosine aspect). Maybe I’m “old-school”, but I like to have my students do the fi

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In this packet, you will find:
- building pictures to practice finding the arrays, writing the corresponded multiplication fact and a word problem.
- Multiplication facts cards and Multiplication word problems cards to assign the students so they can get the number of stories and windows they will n

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