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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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Unit Circle Mazes Students will practice fluency in identifying unit circle values for angles given in degrees or radians. Trigonometric functions include sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent. There are four versions included. Students use their solutions to navigate through th
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My Advanced Trigonometry & Unit Circle worksheets and activities all in a money saving bundle! You save significant money and time versus purchasing these separately! Included in this set are the following products which includes all of my Advanced Trigonometry & Unit Circle Whodunnits, CSI
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Unit Circle Doodle Notes for Algebra, Trig and PreCalculus Students love to doodle, and doodling has been shown to help them focus on the task at hand. The Wall Street Journal reports that “Doodling Helps People Stay Focused, Grasp New Concepts and Retain Information,” plus it is fun! This Dood
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Unit Circle Activity Pack This resources is designed for Trigonometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalculus. Having a solid background and grasp of the basic Trig functions is invaluable in higher math. Look at all that's Included: ☑ Three versions of the Unit Circle, one partially completed so that
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Your trigonometry students will love this self-checking circuit which requires them to refer to the unit circle. Aids in memorizing the unit circle. 32 questions total. May be used cooperatively, as homework, or even as a quiz! May be converted to a scavenger hunt. Great for ACT / SAT review.
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Unit Circle Triples Activity With this triples matching activity, students will practice fluency in identifying exact trigonometric function values for angles found on the unit circle. Functions include sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent. Cards 1-18 are angles given in degrees
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In this no prep activity, students determine reference angles for positive and negative angles in both degrees and radians. Students also use reference angles to find the six trigonometric functions of the special angles. This resource is appropriate for Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Geometry, and A
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This free guide will assist teachers in teaching the unit circle without memorization. By doing this activity, students will have a deep understanding of how degrees, coordinates, special right triangles, and the circumference of a circle all relate to form the unit circle. It includes a detailed l
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Interactive Unit Circle GOOGLE® Slides Resource . This can also be used with Microsoft One Drive® This digital Google slide resource is designed for Trigonometry, Geometry, or Algebra 2. Make learning the values of the unit circle fun and totally interactive! There are thirty movable boxes wi
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This game provides students with practice as they learn the basic trig function (sine, cosine, tangent) values for angles in the unit circle. There are 16 questions and 26 unique bingo cards. Print the bingo cards on card stock and laminate. Provide students with counting chips or washable markers t
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This is a unit bundle of lessons on Trigonometric Functions most likely for an Algebra 2 or Trigonometry course. It starts out with a review of right triangle ratios of sin, cos, and tan while introducing the reciprocal function ratios. Angles of rotation and coterminal angles are introduced so th
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Here is the second lesson in an eight lesson unit on Trigonometric Functions designed for Pre-Calculus Honors students who have a solid foundation in basic geometry. The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson: ✎ Two options of an 8-page Bound-Book Foldable® ✎ SMART Board
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My students look forward to the Unit Circle Project every year! This project takes the unit circle and has students transform it into anything they can imagine. You will be surprised and amazed at their creativity and focus. I have done this several years and continue to get new and unique projects
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This free item has two blank unit circles on a single 8.5" by 11" sheet of paper. Copy and cut in half to give students a chance to practice radian measure, degree measure, and the ordered pairs for each angle in one revolution. You may also be interested in: Trigonometric Graphs Stations Activity
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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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Unit Circle Trigonometry Cheat Sheet with hand trick memorizing details. This is my version of the unit circle on steroids. I have tweaked it over 10 years and finally created the perfect teaching tool to fit on one page! I have included a symbolic key for the range of inverse functions, alongs w
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Algebra 2 Honors: Angles and the Unit Circle This lesson is intended for Algebra 2 students with a general knowledge of right triangle properties. It is the introductory lesson of a six-topic unit on PERIODIC FUNCTIONS & TRIGONOMETRY. The file includes everything you need to teach the lesson:
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In this activity, students will practice evaluating expressions from the Unit Circle. They will need to know the trigonometric values for the common angles, as well as the measure of the angle in radians and degrees. For this "square puzzle", students will begin by cutting out the 16 squares. Then
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I made this project into a book. The book includes a cover page, and several pages covering topics including: Special Right Triangles, Radian Conversion, Special Angles, Sine, Cosine, and Tangent of special angles. Rubric included. If you set it to print two pages to one, not including the rubric a
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Trigonometry Unit Circle Flashcards I have complied a complete set of flashcards for the unit circle. 16 cards testing the conversion of radians to degrees 32 cards testing sin in radians and degrees 32 cards testing cos in radians and degrees 32 cards testing tan in radians and degrees Double s
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This is a unit circle showing basic angles in both degrees and radians. Sine and Cosine functions are shown as values on the x- and y-axis. Tangents are not shown.
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Unit Circle Values Trigonometry Two versions are included. With and without the snowy village clipart. Of course a key is included! Enjoy! Products you may also like... Unit Circle Cheat Sheet Graphing Trig Functions Trig Flash Cards Connect with Me Follow my WebsiteMath to the Core on
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This two page handout has a blank unit circle in degrees on the front and radians on the back. Charts are provided for the sin/cos/tan values as well as "ASTC" to remind students of positive/negative values in each quadrant. Each family of angles is color coded so students can see which angles are
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This sheet has a table of all six trigonometric functions for all the common angles. It also contains a picture of the unit circle with all the common angles in both degrees and radians and the points on the circle. All numbers are in fraction form and are rationalized.
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This Keynote presentation shows how to derive the ordered pairs in the unit circle. It's a good introduction for trigonometry
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Have your students create their own unit circle with this foldable template. When they are finished, they will have a multi-level, very organized unit circle with room to write tons of information! This is a great addition to your Precal interactive notebook.
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This scavenger hunt has 15 problems in which students will evaluate trigonometric functions at any angle. This can be used with a unit circle or without. Print out the 15 problems and place them around your room. Give each student an answer worksheet and assign them a place to start. You can do th
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The graphics are Microsoft Smart Art graphics and can be easily changed to match your school colors or presentation theme. Here, the unit circle presented as a collection of divisions in radians first by eighths, then by twelfths and then as a division in angles first by 45 degrees, then by 30 deg
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PowerPoint teacher led lesson: An introduction to the Unit Circle. Explains how radians are used, that there is more than one radian answer for a location on the unit circle, how to find positive & negative coterminal angles, how to convert radians to degrees & back to radians. Also introd
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This is an activity to help students visually understand the patterns in the Unit Circle. They will cut out special right triangles and place these on a handout with pictures of the Unit Circle to help them find the missing angles and coordinates. Students will have a deeper understanding of patte
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This is an dynamic,interactive demonstration for Unit Circle in trig.sin,cos ratios do not depend of the length of the radius. And similarly for the remaining functions.Therefore, we may choose any radius we please. Typically, we take r = 1. That is called the UNIT CIRCLE.
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Allows students to visualize the right triangles within the unit circle to find the trigonometric functions. The attach file is the same unit circle students build (see produce listing as Unit Circle Parts)
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This is a simple twist on a common trigonometry assignment. Instead of having students fill out a unit circle on paper turn it into an event and have students draw the unit circle from memory on the board in front of their peers. This adds an extra element to the knowledge and confidence level need
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In this maze activity, students will evaluate ALL 6 trigonometric functions. It is imperative for students to learn all 6 functions before assigning this activity. This product is included in the Trigonometry Maze Bundle, which is also found in my store.
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This worksheet will give a visual of how the special right triangles determine the value of sine, cosine, tangent, and reciprocal ratios.
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This self checking worksheet gives the student a value in radians (pi/4 or 7pi/6) and asks the student to find all 6 trig functions (sine, cosine, tangent and their reciprocals). Once the student is finished, the punch line to a riddle is revealed.
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You are purchasing a set of 10 activities designed to span a typical unit on the unit circle. Topics cover degree to radian conversions, evaluation of points on the unit circle, identifying quadrants based on sine, cosine and tangents, periodic function with amplitude, period and an application of
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This is a Powerpoint presentation to accompany your introduction to the Unit Circle. It shows how the unit circle is built using Special Right Triangles.
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This is a great worksheet for helping students learn the unit circle for special triangles and trigonometry.
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Students love this game! This is a classroom activity designed to help students practice radian measures and their locations on the unit circle. (You could also use this activity during a unit on polar graphing.) I use this activity after introducing radian measure but before teaching the trigono
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This is a hands on activity that allows students to practice using the unit circle to determine the values of sine and cosine. The activity contains two sets of dominoes. One set that has the angles measured in radians, and a second set that has the angles measured in degrees.
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The Mathsmith Some problems include pop culture references Most answers are "pretty". If you like this check out and BUY the test that goes with it!!
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This item includes eight quizzes for finding exact values using the unit circle with six questions each. Keys are included
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Two page worksheet with answer key helps students discover where the numbers on the unit circle come from using the Pythagorean theorem and SOH CAH TOA. Includes guided instructions that may be used in class or for absent students. Students will fill in signs for quadrants, reference points (cosin
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This is a unit circle that includes reminders about the quotient identities and reciprocal identities.
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Would you like a different way for your high school students to review the unit circle, trig functions of special angles and using the Pythagorean Identity? This board game is fun for the students while they sharpen their skills and deepen their understanding of important concepts. They will draw a
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This non-calculator activity will engage the students in creating the graphs for y=sin r, y= cos r and y = tan r from the unit circle. Students use the x-coordinate, the y-coordinate, or the quotient of the y-coordinate and x-coordinate to graph the three functions.
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Unique, interesting, fun & effective ! Every title in the series of “Can you guess which one?“ games comes in three formats: Smart Notebook, Power Point and pdf, all of which are highly interactive. They are a great way to teach, reinforce or review any topic. Its informal yet challenging app
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Partner Math - Secondary Style Partner Math is a great format for secondary students. Students work individually to complete an assignment and then they check with their partner. If they don't have matching answers, they have to work together to figure out the error. In order to be successfu
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Do you need a class starter, review, or enrichment activity on sine, cosine, and tangent values? If so, this is it! Unit Circle Dominoes are quick and easy to use in the classroom. Students can work in pairs or individually to complete the puzzle of dominoes. This activity includes sine, cosine, and
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This activity will get your students to understand difficult concepts about sine and cosine graphs: • Where does this graph even come from? • Why does the graph repeat itself infinitely? • How do different numbers effect the graph when they are inserted into different places in the equation? This is
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