and effectively discover
the concepts behind Radian Measure
. You be the facilitator!
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Most students just accept equations and theorems as a given in math. But, in many cases, the theorems and equations are just an extension of what they already know or have previously studied. So, they are quite capable of discovering them on their own, given some guided instruction.
, the user can move and change objects with the click of a mouse. In this exercise, when you move any point, a new circle is formed. This allows the student to create several unique circles of their choosing. Geogebra
, then, automatically updates and displays all the new measurements.Through a step by step discovery process worksheet, students uncover the details/ideas behind Radian Measure. This allows them to clearly see its purpose and thus better understand its application. The graphics in Geogebra
are visually appealing and the lines in the circle are color coded to help students identify each of the measurements required. All very helpful to fully understand and to apply the concepts learned.
, a free program, is quickly and easily downloaded from the internet to both computers and tablets (as an app). Students can work individually in a computer lab or you can use a single computer and projector and work through the exercise as a group. Alternatively, you could use the flipped classroom model and have them complete the exercise at home allowing class time to further develop the ideas presented.
Four pdf pages of guided exercises, questions and calculations along with one geogebra file will provide your students with a complete resource to fully and independently explore this topic.
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