A complete lesson on bearings problems with an element of trigonometry or Pythagoras’ theorem.
Activities included:
Starter:
Two sets of questions, one to remind pupils of basic bearings, the other a matching activity to remind pupils of basic trigonometry and Pythagoras’ thoerem.
Main:
Three worked examples to show the kind of things required.
A set of eight problems for pupils to work through.
Plenary:
A prompt for pupils to reflect on the skills used during the lesson.
Printable worksheets and answers included.
Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

Trigonometry Revision SINE COSINE and TANGENT Ratio Right Angle Triangle Revision. In detail step by step answers. Very Visual and engaging.
Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision.
Working out missing length / side/ angle for a right angle triangle.
Excellent Demonstration Videos', there is one for 3D Trigonometry as well.
Comprehensive explanations on SIN / COS/ TAN Ratios being used for side / length and Angle.
Comes with solutions / answers.
Has 'spot the wrong answer' questions to draw out deeper understanding.
Trigonometry SOH CAH TOA.

A set of questions in real-life scenarios, where pupils use SOHCAHTOA to find angles an distances.
Activities included:
Starter:
Some basic SOHCAHTOA questions to test whether pupils can use the rules.
Main:
A set of eight questions in context. Includes a mix of angle of elevation and angle of depression questions, in a range of contexts.
Printable worksheets and answers included.
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This is a set of 4 mastery worksheets on trigonometry involving the Sine rule, Cosine rule, area of triangles using trigonometry and exact trig values.
Each worksheet is split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic.
All answers are included for the questions.

A complete lesson on using sin, cos and tan to find an unknown side of a right-angled triangle. Designed to come after pupils have been introduced to the trig ratios, and used them to find angles in right-angled triangles. Please see my other resources for complete lessons on these topics.
Activities included:
Starter:
A quick reminder and some questions about using formulae triangles (e.g. the speed, distance, time triangle). This is to help pupils to transfer the same idea to the SOHCAHTOA formulae triangles.
Main:
A few examples and questions for pupils to try, on finding a side given one side and an angle. Initially, this is done without reference to SOHCAHTOA or formulae triangles, so that pupils need to think about whether to multiply or divide.
More examples, but this time using formulae triangles.
A worksheet with a progression in difficulty, building up to some challenging questions on finding perimeters of right-angled triangles, given one side and an angle.
A tough extension, where pupils try to find lengths for the sides of a triangle with a given angle, so that it is has a perimeter of 20cm.
Plenary:
A prompt to get pupils thinking about how they are going to remember the rules and methods for this topic.
Printable worksheets and answers included.
Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

The RAG sheets are designed to be marked by students as red, amber or green.
The worksheets in the ‘RAG Sheets’ series generally contain 10 questions, with animated answers for amber and green.
The aim is to encourage students to show workings, and to stop the annoying trait of students marking answers as completely incorrect, where most of the question has been answered correctly.
The sheets have been designed to look as close to examination questions as possible.
The have also generally been designed to start with the easiest questions and get gradually harder.
They are a new design I am trying out and sheets will be added to as I make them throughout the year.
Bundles will follow once I have built up enough sheets.
Enjoy!

Colourful differentiated ONESIE worksheet. Allowing students to show progression. Suitable for cover lessons - easy and cost effective to photocopy.
**Supplied with answers.**

A complete lesson on using SOHCAHTOA and Pythagoras’ theorem with problems in three dimensions.
Activities included:
Starter:
A set of recap questions on basic SOHCAHTOA and Pythagoras.
Main:
Examples and questions to dscuss, on visualising distances and angles within cuboids and triangular prisms, and understanding the wording of exam questions on this topic.
Examples and quick questions for pupils to try, on finding the angle of a space diagonal.
A worksheet, in three sections (I print this, including the starter, two per page, two sided so that you have a single page handout), with a progression in difficulty. Starts with finding the space diagonal of a cuboid, where the triangle pupils will need to use has been drawn already. The second section looks at angles in a triangular prism, and pupils will need to draw the relevant triangles themselves. The third section has exam-style questions, where pupils will need to identify the correct angle by interpreting the wording of the question. (eg “find the angle between the diagonal AE and the plane ABCD”).
An extension task looking at the great pyramid of Giza.
Plenary:
A final question to add a bit more depth, looking at the most steep and least steep angles up a ramp.
Printable worksheets and worked answers included.
Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

Trigonometry in all triangles
Involves a Pre and Post-assessment, Trigonometry in right angle triangles, Sine rule, Cosine rule, Area of a non-right angle triangle and a problem cards.

A complete lesson on using and applying Trigonometry to right angled triangles which is suitable for the new curriculum.
Pupils are given the chance to master the fluency of this topic aswell as work on reasoning and problem solving tasks.
All tasks are differentiated to 3 levels all with solutions and offer lots of consolidation as well as alot of challenge. Can be used with KS3/KS4.

Series of Lessons (2-3) on using and applying trigonometry with bearings, angles of elevation and angles of depression. This lesson has a recap of using and applying basic trigonometry in 2D using SOHCAHTOA.
All tasks include reasoning, problem solving aswell as mastering the fluency of the topic. All tasks include full solutions and worked examples so that pupils can self and peer mark. All tasks are fully differentiated to either 2/3/4 levels.

PowerPoint lessons for the following topic
Introduction
Solving basic equations
Sine and cosine rules
Identities
Graphs with radians
Solving equations with radians
They include:
Questions and answers
Animated parts of the answer for Q&A and demonstrations
Colours to support explanations.
For your use:
You can duplicate slides any type in new questions
To support your teaching and save time planning
As a basis for your observations lessons
To share with students to help them work outside the classroom
I hope this benefits you as it has done for me.
Kind regards.

Notes, examples, questions and answers illustrating the use of trigonometry in solving problems. Diagrams are given for many of the questions but some problems are included which require the construction of a sketch diagram. This unit of work is suitable for self-study and ranges from beginner to GCSE level.
Three exercises containing a total of over 60 questions (with separate answers) are included in this resource of 20 A4 pages.

A set of matching activities to help students practise finding the missing sides and angles in triangles using SOH CAH TOA.
This pack includes four activities:
1. Label the Sides Worksheet
A quick activity for students to label the sides as opposite, adjacent or hypotenuse to get them ready for using SOH CAH TOA.
2. Matching Activity 1 (Sin & Cos)
Students must use the sine and cosine ratios to find the missing sides in a set of triangles.
3. Matching Activity 2 (Sin, Cos & Tan)
Students must use sine, cosine and tangent ratios to find the missing sides.
4. Matching Activity 3 (Angles)
Students must calculate the missing angles in a set of triangles and match them to their answers.
All activities include answers and are easy to check as students can record their answers in a table, meaning you can quickly assess if they are on the right track.