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Trigonometry Bundle

Trigonometry Bundle

This Trigonometry bundle covers all our current trig lessons. Every time we upload a new trigonometry lesson we will update this file. Get it now before the price goes up with new uploads! Currently included: Trigonometry Task Cards Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt Converting Between Radians and Degrees Multiplying Complex Numbers Periodic Functions Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt Trig Ratio STations Trig Relay Race Review Unit Circle Scavenger Hunt You may also like: 15 Poster - Quadratic Formula Scavenger Hunt Quadratic Function Activity Bundle 16 Sequences Task Cards - Geometric and Arithmetic Explicit Formulas The Algebra 2 Bundle - Quadratics, Polynomials, Trigonometry
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16 Trigonometry Task Cards - Word Problems Finding Unknown Sides and Angles

16 Trigonometry Task Cards - Word Problems Finding Unknown Sides and Angles

This is a set of 16 trigonometry task cards requiring students to use knowledge of basic trig functions to find unknown sides and angles. Students will be required to use all the trig functions and some inverses to find unknown values. We've also incorporated a little cross curricular fun by adding some of the most famous and tallest buildings into the word problems. These are sure to be a hit! You may also like: Algebra 2 Activity Bundle Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt nth Roots Scavenger Hunt Periodic Function Characteristics Scavenger Hunt Unit Circle Values Scavenger Hunt Converting Between Radians and Degrees Scavenger Hunt Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt - Finding Side Lengths and Angles Trig Ratios Stations - Featured Trigonometry Relay Race
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Trigonometry Relay Race (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7)

Trigonometry Relay Race (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7)

We've made a trigonometry version of our beloved relay race! In the trigonometry relay race, students are required to use knowledge of: - sine, cosine, tangent - inverse to determine angles - converting degrees to radians and radians to degrees - the unit circle - finding unknown sides using trig functions - exact values of common angles - relationships between sine, cosine and tangent Now with an answer key and equation bank! Our students always love the relay race and is our favorite review for students.
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Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt - Finding Side Lengths and Angles (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7

Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt - Finding Side Lengths and Angles (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7

In this scavenger hunt students will use trigonometric functions to determine missing side lengths or unknown angles. Students will use sine, cosine, tangent and their inverses. Students can start at any poster, solve the problem, and find the answer on another poster. If done correctly they will end up back where they started. Scavenger hunts are a great way for students to take ownership of their work and use self-assessment techniques. If you enjoyed this lesson please leave us feedback and a follow! You may also like: Linear Modeling Projects! Trig Ratio Stations Unit Circle Values Scavenger Hunt
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Trig Ratios Stations (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7)

Trig Ratios Stations (CCSS.HSF.TF.B.7)

This is a set of 10 stations requiring students to determine unknown side lengths or angles. QR codes are provided on each station for students to check their answers. Our students also needed extra practice identifying the proper sides of a triangle so that is included as well on 5 stations. We had our students start with these 5 first to make sure their understanding of triangle sides was adequate. This lesson was a resounding success on reviewing and practicing unknown side lengths and angles. Students were required to use sine, cosine and tangent. They will also need to know the inverse functions to solve for the unknown angles. You may also like: Unit Circle Values Scavenger Hunt Complex Number Scavenger Hunt nth Roots Scavenger Hunt
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9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

This bundle currently consists of six premium and two free resources, bought individually for a total of £18. Each resource is designed to address new elements of the GCSE math specification or the style of questions seen so far in the new GCSE sample, practice and actual papers. Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for further differentiation. Please read individual descriptions for each resource, this will indicate levels of differentiation included. Get in touch via numberloving@outlook.com
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Geometry/Shape Bundle 20% off

Geometry/Shape Bundle 20% off

Angles in a Triangle, Area of rectangles, triangles, trigonometry inc sine,/cosine/area/segments. Volume of cones/spheres ect, similar shapes/area/volume. All fully differentiated and suitable for new curriculum with plenty of problem solving, reasoning ect. Soltions for all tasks included.
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Miscellaneous Bundle 5

Miscellaneous Bundle 5

10 resources in total. Save £10 Another mix: Word Sudoku's, crosswords, flash cards, an ill-defined problem(as per 21CLD)
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Miscellaneous Bundle 3

Miscellaneous Bundle 3

15 resources in total. Save £15. Another mix of resources : Classroom posters, drill questions, crosswords, word searches, revision flash cards.
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Area of a Segment

Area of a Segment

A series of lessons (1-2) finding the area of a segment. It recaps the basics of finding the area of a sector and then develops it to using 1/2absinC to find the area of a segment. It allows pupils to master the skill and then develops it to more challenging questions and combining it with sine and cosine rule. All tasks are differentiated to 2 or 3 levels to allow the skill to be practiced and then to stretch and challenge the more able. All tasks have either worked solutions or typed solutions so that the pupils can self mark. This has been used with top set year 11, all pupils engaged and made good progress.
IanBrennan
Sine Rule Lesson

Sine Rule Lesson

This is a series of lessons (2-4) on using and applying Sine Rule. The lesson covers varying tasks on using an applying sine rule in various contexts. It allows the pupils to master the basics of Sine Rule and then applying it to multi step problems. It also links Sine Rule to bearing problems and Algebraic problems. All tasks are differentiated either 3 or 4 levels. All tasks have solutions so pupils can self mark with some of the solutions handwritten so pupils can see a full worked solutions. This has been used with classes of varying ability and all have been able to access the lesson up to their desired ability.
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