Apply trigonometric functions to the real-world of architecture
with this mini-project. In this student-tested and approved
project, students design the front of a building using different roof styles. Students determine the use of the building, draw scale drawings, and use trigonometric functions to determine roof heights and lengths. This product is appropriate for students who are relatively new to applying trigonometric functions to problems and was originally used by Algebra 2 students.
Included in this resource:
- Student pages for all parts of the project
- EDITABLE rubric
- Teacher guidelines
NOTE: This is an open-ended project, so there is not an answer key.
This project is available in the following bundles
- Algebra 2 Unit 13Trigonometry
- Algebra 2 Mega Curriculum Bundle including Trigonometry
Trigonometry Resources Include:
- Trigonometric Functions: Notes, Practice and Card Sort for Trigonometry
- Trigonometric Functions: Architecture Mini-Project for Real-World Trigonometry
- Trigonometric Function:Word Problems Practice/Review Activity for Trig Functions
- Trigonometric Functions:Practice and Review Activity on Trig - Math Detective
- Trigonometric Functions: Cosecant, Secant and Cotangent Practice and Review
- Law of Sines: Notes and Practice for Law of Sines (Trigonometry)
- Law of Sines: Task Cards for Practice and Review Activity
- Law of Cosines: Notes and Practice on the Law of Cosines
- Trigonometry: Law of Cosines Coded Message activity for law of cosine
- Trigonometry:Angles of Depression and Elevation- Notes and Practice
- Trigonometric Functions:Mixed Practice and Review of Trigonometric Functions
This purchase is for one teacher only.
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