Day 
Date 
Topic 
Standard 
Assignment 
1. 
2/7/11

Degrees and Radians

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences. 
Read Sections 2.1 & 2.2 Work page 65 Q1Q10

2. 
2/8/11

Coterminal, Supplementary, Complementary, and Reference Angles

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position. 
Page 65 #125 odd, find 2 coterminal angles (one positive & one negative) for 119 odd

3. 
2/9/11

Trig Functions on Unit Circle

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle. e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
Due 2/10/11Learning Task
Due 2/14/11 Page 72 #114 all, 21, 22 Page 78 #131 odd, 33, 45, 43

4. 
2/10/11

Trig Functions on the Unit Circle

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle. e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
Due 2/14/11 Page 72 #114 all, 21,22 Page 78 #131 odd, 33, 45, 43 
5 
2/12/11

Finding the trigonometric value of any Angle
Practice Quiz on Unit Circle
If you were out today, be sure to look at the attachments below to find the practice quiz (03.05 Practice Quiz Unit Circle.pdf) and the notes from today (03.05 Notes.pdf) 
MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.

WS Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle

6

2/14/11

Quiz on unit Circle
Rotary Motion
If you want to watch a video about angular velocity, go here: http://www.khanacademy.org/video/introductiontoangularvelocity?playlist=Physics

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle. e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
Page 143 #15 All, 911 All
ANSWERS are now attached below

7

2/15/11

Trig Functions in the real world

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle. e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle.  
Work on County Fair Learning Task

8

2/16/11

Trig Functions in the real world

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle. e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
Finish County Fair Learning Task

9

2/17/11

Review
For Review in Class, we did a powerpoint question review that is very similar to what the non calculator portion of the test will be like. The Powerpoint is attached below.

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle.
e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
WS Introduction to Trigonometry Review

10

2/18/11

Test

MA3A2. Students will use the circle to define the trigonometric functions.
a. Define and understand angles measured in degrees and radians, including but not limited to 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, their multiples, and equivalences.
b. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of general angles in standard position.
c. Find values of trigonometric functions using points on the terminal sides of angles in the standard position.
d. Understand and apply the six trigonometric functions as functions of arc length on the unit circle.
e. Find values of trigonometric functions using the unit circle. 
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