This guided note worksheet walks students through the process of labeling their points, plugging them into the formula, and then using the calculator to finish solving. Especially helpful for Specialized Support Students, students who need extra
Students work through an investigation of Sine, Cosine, and Tangent. They will determine the relationship between Sine and Cosine, and then apply it to the Tangent proportion. Finally students will compare the graphs of both Sine and Cosine based
Students will be assigned groups, and topics within the Rational and Radical Expression unit. They will create a PowerPoint, practice worksheet, quiz, and foldable/guided notes. The students will then present this information to the class, and
Students begin by walking around observing other group projects and completing the rubric. Students will then complete a peer evaluation rubric on their own group members, and answer corresponding questions.
English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies - History
Students will create a timeline of at least 25 historical events relating to Geometry. They represent this either as a PPT, Prezi, poster, etc. The students will also write an essay to go along with their timeline. They will investigate
Students preview the Law of Sines and Cosines lesson by completing an Anticipation Guide. First they agree/disagree with the given statement. Then they find information within their book or outside source to either support or refute the statement.