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Take a tour of trigonometry using degrees or radians! Look for patterns in the values and on the graph when you change the value of theta. Compare the graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent.

Take a tour of trigonometry using degrees or radians! Look for patterns in the values and on the graph when you change the value of theta. Compare the graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent.

Graphs from the Unit Circle: In this lesson, students use uncooked spaghetti to transfer lengths from the unit circle to a function graph on large butcher paper. In the process, they discover the key features of sine and cosine graphs. The activity is presented for students working in degrees, but another version of the handouts is provided for students working in radians.

Graphs from the Unit Circle: In this lesson, students use uncooked spaghetti to…

Great Tri-fold organizer  designed for your students to practice converting between degrees and radians.

Converting Degrees and Radians Foldable Organizer Tri-Fold

Great Tri-fold organizer designed for your students to practice converting between degrees and radians.

This set of task cards is designed for students to practice converting  between degrees to  and radians.   Included:  Two sets of 20 task cards, one with QR codes and one without. . The cards are organized as follows: Cards 1-10: Converting degrees to radiansCards 11-20: Converting radians to degreesThe problems include positive and negative angles and angles greater than 360 degrees.Student recording sheet with room for students to show work.

Converting Radians and Degrees Task Cards with QR and Quiz plus more

This set of task cards is designed for students to practice converting between degrees to and radians. Included: Two sets of 20 task cards, one with QR codes

Trigonometric Graphing: Explore the amplitude, period, and phase shift by examining the graphs of various trigonometric functions. Students can select values to use within the function to explore the resulting changes in the graph.

Trigonometric Graphing: Explore the amplitude, period, and phase shift by examining the graphs of various trigonometric functions. Students can select values to use within the function to explore the resulting changes in the graph.

Really good post about why we use radians versus degrees. Great read for students.

Really good post about why we use radians versus degrees. Great read for students.

Real, and irrational...: Trigonometry Unit Circle Fun - Made4Math!

Real, and irrational.: Trigonometry Unit Circle Fun - This looks a bit easier to make and read for my paper plate project.

In this no prep activity, students determine reference angles for positive and negative angles in both degrees and radians. and also use reference angles to find the six trigonometric functions of angles. Great Reinforcement  and  practice.    This can be used in Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Geometry, Algebra 2, and meets many Common Core Standards.

Trigonometry: Finding Reference Angles Evaluating Trig Functions

In this no prep activity, students determine reference angles for positive and negative angles in both degrees and radians. and also use reference angles to

Unit Circle Kit - I love the unit circle - it's SO useful!

Unit Circle Kit - I love the unit circle - it's SO useful! Ignore buying the product, but this is a great representation on the creataion of the unit circle.

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