Unit Circle Activity Pack
This resources is designed for Trigonometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalculus. Having a solid background and grasp of the basic Trig functions is invaluable in higher math.
Look at all that's Included:
☑ Three versions of the Unit Circle,
one partially completed so that students can complete it, one with no information filled in which can be given as is, or used as a template for you to customize, and one totally filled in, to be used as a reference sheet. Very often I give pop quizzes with these. I may ask for just the first quadrant, or only the sine. I try to vary so that they don't memorize their way around the circle. It is strange to see a student in Calculus point their finger in a circle, while staring at the ceiling, just to find the sin of 7pi/6. There are lots of ways to vary these Unit circles. You can also use the template to write in the negative angles, or angles more than 2 pi.
☑ A table for students to fill in the values of the sine, cosine, and tangent for the important angles.
☑ A handout with questions about the values of the sine and cosine as the values move around the unit circle, great for discussion
☑ A worksheet for students to determine the sin, cos, tan of various angles around the unit circle. This can be used as an assessment, Homework, or enrichment
☑ A worksheet for students to determine the signs of the three trig functions under certain conditions. This can be used as an assessment, Homework, or enrichment
☑ A unique handout showing the students the BEST EVER method
for remembering the values of 30 45 60. My students use this no matter what course they are in. As easy as 1 - 2 - 3!
☑ An innovative reference handout showing the students how to remember the signs of the trig functions.
☑ All answer keys
Related resources you may like:
★ The Unit Circle Doodle Notes
★ Interactive Unit Circle GOOGLE Slides Resource
★ Fabulous Trig Reference Sheet
★ Trigonometry Radian - Degree Task Cards
★ Reference Angles
★ Print Graphs on Sticky Notes
★ More Trigonometry Resources
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