Maths Teaching

April 7, 2008


Filed under: Jigsaw,Tarsia,Trigonometry — Maths Chick @ 10:11 am
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Trig Jigsaw made using the Tarsia software – match the sin, cos, tan of an angle to its correct value. Designed to reinforce the inverse trig function on a calculator. Pupils should work in small groups (2 or 3 per group)

Trig Dominoes – 12 pairs of questions and answers on basic trig (finding sides and angles). The dominoes should form a continuous loop, so there are no start or finish cards. Designed for work in small groups.


1 Comment »

  1. Great! I have actually written an article about how to use SOH CAH TOA to find an angle’s value .

    Comment by 4RM.ME — February 21, 2011 @ 7:43 pm | Reply

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