Now see if you can answer these questions:

Questions on simplifying trigonometric identites:

Worksheet:

trigonometric-identities-questions – questions for pupils using their knowledge of trionometric identities.

Now see if you can answer these questions:

Questions on simplifying trigonometric identites:

Worksheet:

trigonometric-identities-questions – questions for pupils using their knowledge of trionometric identities.

Questions on solving basic trigonometric equations:

Worksheets:

Trig identities and equations – a worksheet using knowledge of trig identities to solve trig equations.

**Presentation:**

**Chapter 8 Trig Graphs** – a PowerPoint outlining the important information in Chapter 8 that pupils need to learn. Details have been omitted from diagrams, so that you can add them as you go through the presentation with the students. I print the slide handouts for the students and they annotate them with the relevant details. This speeds up the teaching which helps you get more maths done!

These are the special Trigonometric Ratios that pupils need to learn

**Games:**

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.