# Finding Trig Functions Through a Point Practice Book

I created this finding trig functions through a point practice book to give my trigonometry students practice finding the sine, cosine, and tangent of a point on the coordinate plane.

This put together so many of the concepts we had learned in this unit and the previous unit. Itâ€™s so exciting to see all of the pieces begin to fall together.

Here are the step-by-step directions I gave my students

I gave them a practice booklet to, well, give them some practice.

My students were quick to point out that the graphs for our last two examples were upside down in the book. Oopsâ€¦

I did fix it in the file before I uploaded it, though.

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I love, love, love the discovery you are getting your students to do. I find the best classes I have taught have been when students make their own connections. Great work ðŸ™‚

So much fun to read! Doesn't it feel great to become a more experienced teacher and see things that didn't go well at first go well now? ðŸ™‚ How many students are in your trig class?

Excellent article. I enjoyed a lot while reading. Thanks for Sharing.

This is awesome. Thank you for sharing this info. The interactive notebook info is great. Thank you for this comprehensive look at this unit. http://www.timefliesedu.com

This is great, thanks for sharing all the pictures with examples.

I love everything you do! I use it so much! Do you have the Trig SBG sheet to download somewhere?

How do you fold the "finding sine, cosine and tangent of points on coordinate plane" paper to make a booklet?