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Students use a picture of themselves and create a trigonometry story, i.e. a word problem that pertains to their particular picture. This is a great application of SOH CAH TOA!

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This is a fun hands on project that allows students to see some of the practical applications of trigonometry. Students will build an Inclinometer (optional) then use it to measure angles of elevation to various objects. They will then take their measurements and calculate the height of the object

This is a fun project where the students will create an inclinometer and use it to find the height of a tall structure outside, such as a tall tree, using trigonometry learned in the unit. This is a great hands-on activity for everyone in the class, especially if you have students who are struggli

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Has students use indirect measurement using trigonometry to calculate the heights of various objects around school or in the community.

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This project is designed for students to be assessed on their understanding of sine and cosine functions along with sector area and arc length. It gets the students outside and measuring real-world data. Project has been attached as a word file so you can adapt it to your classroom. We used this

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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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The project is the core of what I have built my classroom around. Scaffolding learners to real world projects. This bundle includes the 105+ math projects I have written. This is over 2,700 pages of content.
21st Century Math Projects each scaffold through an authentic context and math skill buildi

My Trigonometry 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 Trigonometry Drive Instruction, Choose Your Own Adventure, Whodunnits, CSI, Person

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Students design and construct their own surveying tool to measure very tall objects outdoors. Everything you need for a compact trigonometry project.

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As the world becomes increasingly reliant on mobile technology, we have never been more connected. As a cell phone searches for a signal, its location is pinpointed and coordinated across a number of applications. Your precise location is used on a Google Map or even Facebook. Cell towers can determ

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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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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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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… a new set of Jedi Trainees have been brought under the tutelage of heroes of yesteryear. Although it is often unspoken, one of the secrets to mastering “the Force” is a concrete understanding of trigonometry. It turns out that the mental acuity required in

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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 Drive Instructi

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Right Triangles and Trigonometry Graphic Organizer/Reference Sheets FREEBIE!!!!
This product contains a two page teacher reference and a two page student fill-in version covering the main formulas from a Right Triangles and Trigonometry Unit in a Geometry "B" or Trigonometry course. Perfect for

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Ho Ho Ho. Bring holiday cheer into the math classroom with a Santa inspired Pythagorean Theorem and Distance 21st Century Math Project. Santa has come down with an untimely hamstring injury just days before Christmas Eve and causing all sorts of triangular chaos.
In this 19 page document you will

Put your advanced trigonometry skills to use as a civil engineer in this 21st Century Math Project. The Tunnel of Eupalinos is a mathematical marvel in which in 6 BC an aqueduct was constructed through a mountain. This feat is even more impressive because both ends of the tunnel were dug at the same

Follow along with Jacob and his family on their summer road trip! Along the way, they encounter many situations that require the use of geometry skills.
This project is a great follow-up to many 2nd semester topics of geometry, including:
1) Volume: Cones, pyramids, and cylinders
2) Circles: Centr

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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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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 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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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 practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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This PowerPoint includes 10 different real-life word problems in which students must use right triangle trigonometry to solve for missing values or angles. The PowerPoint is complete with custom animation so that pieces of the solving process are revealed, as well as the final answer.
I used this

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This 20 Trigonometry Task Card resource is very unique. It can be utilized in a clue gathering, puzzle solving, highly active and engaging activity for those learning about solving Trigonometry Problems by various methods or as an alternative to worksheet review for older students. What I love to

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A fun activity/project for student to demonstrate their knowledge of the trigonometric functions and their transformations.
Includes grading rubric!
art, project, fun, sine, cosine, tangent, graphs, transformations, function, applications

By far my favorite project of the year, this Geometry area project will have your students excited about math! My students thought this was challenging but "the best project they have ever done". For example projects and teacher resources for the project visit www.meghanbenson.com.
Students wor

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This assignment was developed for the WNCP Math 20-2 Fundamentals of Mathematics course. This project requires students to apply what they have learned about angle and triangle relationships to seek out fundamental design principles used in corporate logos and marketing.
Students will seek out a l

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Right Triangles - Geometry "B" Unit Six: Right Triangles Trig Bellwork/Exit Card/Station Questions
There are four different documents in this zip file:
The first is a set of 15 Bellwork ( sometimes called bell ringers, warm-ups, entrance tickets or class starters) questions that are presented in

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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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Students are the creators of a new wild roller coaster made out of trig functions! In this project, students have to incorporate a variety of trig and inverse trig functions into a seamless ride. This project provides practice with graphing trig functions, writing their equations and placing domain

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All aspects of graphing Sine, Cosine, Secant, Cosecant, Tangent and Cotangent are covered in this stations review! Students find period, amplitude, phase shift, vertical displacement, graph and write equations. There are 9 stations separated into focused topics. Setup the stations around the roo

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This BINGO activity consists of 20 problems and 30 unique bingo cards. The problems include the following skills:
*Using the sine, cosine, and tangent Ratios to find missing side lengths.
*Using the sine, cosine, and tangent Ratios to find missing angle measures.
This activity is a perfect way to

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In this project, students are asked to design their own mathematical app that can be used to review Right Triangle Geometry and Trigonometry concepts. Students will explain their apps game scenario for review. They are then asked to demonstrate how to solve 5 problems. They must explain in writin

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This is a great hands on activity. Students will create their own reference chart for when theta terminates in each of the 4quadrants. The chart looks like a bow tie. Students are given the trig tie, directions, and the pieces that need to be identified on the worksheet. Students are to cut out the

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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 v

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An unfortunate reality in our world is that homicides happen. In order to bring justice for the victims crime scenes have to be carefully dissected to bring about evidence to find and convict a criminal. One way this happens is through a careful analysis of the blood spatter. The shape of a blood sp

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I like to call this activity Putt-Putt-Geometry. It is 9 glorious holes of trigonometry application! This works great as a Trig unit project, end of year project, or test review (maybe 1 or 2 holes for review). The students can work in groups, pairs, or individuals. If your students are not prof

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Vectors Cheat Sheet - Graphic Organizer.
This is a concise graphic organizer that puts twelve of the most important formulas from the unit on Vectors into one place for easy reference. Vectors are usually taught in Trigonometry and PreCalculus.
There are 8 organizers to a page. Paste

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This is a great project idea to connect topics in Algebra 2 with the real world. This project could be presented after End of Course Exams. The students will take an Algebra 2 topic of their choice and relate to something in the real world. Some examples of real world problems the students could use

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Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really works to help reinforce your lessons. Task Cards and Station cards get your students engaged and keep them motivated. This set of 16 task cards will help students practice finding the derivative of Trigonometric Functions using the Chain Rule. This l

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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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A fun QR way of reviewing limits and derivatives! Students embark on a scavenger hunt for 22 turkeys. Each turkey has a unique QR code that will link to a calculus question. 1 turkey has a special bonus and 21 turkeys have a question on the following topics:
- Limits (graphically, algebraically)

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This activity is designed to help your Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry students review key concepts at the end of the unit on Applications of Trigonometry. There are 12 stations in the activity. Great fun for students to collaborate and cooperate.
Concepts include the following:
1. Writing vectors in

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If you would like to download just one of these files, contact me and I'll set up a listing for you. A single file (notes/homework/test) is $1. Activities can be purchased separately at the links below.
This file includes ~20 resource files for a unit on right triangle trigonometry.
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I use this project in my Honors PreCalculus and PreCalculus classes. It could also be used in Algebra 2. Students are required to create a "Khan Academy" style video explaining the connection between the unit circle and the sine/cosine graphs. My students LOVE this project and enjoy all of the creat

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Vectors - the Dot Product
This lesson is designed for PreCalculus or Trigonometry. Activity Based Learning with Task Cards and Foldables really work to help reinforce your lessons. Task, station cards, and foldables get your students engaged and keep them motivated.
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The Finding the Solar Parallax Trigonometry Unit includes 196 PowerPoint slides, lab activities, homework, and rubric. PowerPoint presentations are included to help guide students through each lab experiment as well as how to calculate the Law of Sines and understand basic sines, cosines and tangen

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Are you teaching Geometry? This bundle includes ALL of the geometry products in my store at an incredible savings of 55% off the price if you were to buy each product separately ($111.50 total). Plus, this bundle will continue to grow (as will the price). Purchase once and you will receive a notific

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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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There are six projects in this packet that I have used in Senior Math, Alegebra 2 and Precalculus. The first set of projects require students to use mirrors to create ratios for indirect measurement. Students also will extend the ratios to create equations (regression, correlation) and make predic

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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This is a bundles lesson covering how to determine the sinusoidal equation from specific points. Years ago, I used an online project called "If Only Nice Weather Could Last Year Round". However when I couldn't find it recently I created this one from scratch for use in my trigonometry class.
This

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