Looking for a distance learning resource that will engage your students as they convert between angle measures expressed in radians and degrees? This sequencing activity, created in Google Slides™, is an interactive way for students to convert back and forth between degrees and radians. It is perfect for the digital classroom!
Two versions of the sequencing activity are included!
• Version 1: Converting angle measures from degrees to radians
• Version 2: Converting angle measures from radians to degrees
To complete the activity, students will start by converting the angle measure on their digital student worksheet from degrees to radians or radians to degrees depending upon which version they are interacting with. If the conversion is done correctly, their answer will be at the top of a digital card on the previous slide. Students cut and paste the card with the correct answer on it onto the slide with the student template before dragging it to the next available spot on the template. Then, learners convert the angle measure on this new card and continuing on with the activity. Students are finished when they have cut and pasted all cards onto the template in the appropriate order.
When you purchase this product, you are purchasing a PDF file with a link to the activity made in Google Slides™. This link allows you to download the activity into your personal Google Drive™. Furthermore, the PDF also includes step-by-step instructions for sharing the file with your students as well as an answer key!
Check out the preview for an even closer look at this no-prep, paperless resource!
This sequencing activity is a digital version of my Converting Radians and Degrees Sequencing Activity. The only difference between the two is that this one is paperless and the other is not.
Please Note: In order to use this activity in your classroom, you must have internet access and both you and your students must free Google™ accounts. If you do not have Google™ accounts, they are very easy to set up. Go to Google’s website and type “Google account creation page” into the search bar to learn more!
This activity aligns perfectly with my Triangular and Circular Trigonometric Functions Unit. Click here to check it out!!