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 Algebra 2 depending upon your curriculum.
With over 100 questions
these activities are great reinforcement and practice. Problems are in both degrees and radians, include positive and negative angles, quadrantal angles, and all six trigonometric functions.
Students should not need a calculator for this activity.
✓ 30 Task Cards: #1 - 10 students only find reference angles; and #11 – 30 have students find the reference and use it to find the trig values of angles whose reference angles are 0, 30, 45, 60, and 90 degrees and/or their radian equivalent.
✓ Master List of Questions for your convenience
✓ Student response sheet
✓ Two 30 question handouts
with similar problems, one free response, one multiple choice for extra practice
✓ Two Additional 10 Question handouts
which can be used as an assessment, HW, or enrichment.
✓ Answer keys
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