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Learning unit: Teaching trigonometry using proportional thinking

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

Learning unit: Teaching trigonometry using proportional thinking

By Lynette Winter

This unit is designed to help tutors who teach courses that use trigonometric (trig) formulae (e.g., sine, cosine and tangent functions). It develops teaching activities for teaching problem solving with trig formulae to promote learner understanding. Since trig functions represent ratios between the elements of a triangle, they provide a prime opportunity to develop learners’ proportional thinking skills.

Overview: setting the scene, tutors outcomes, and resources you will need
Section 1: description of the numeracy involved
Section 2: student activity examples
Section 3: other contexts that demonstrate teaching trigonometry
Section 4: assessment activity




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