Friday, 26 June 2015 | 0 Comments
I've had Make bingo for trig exact with radians on my To Do list for a while.
Over on MathsStarters Bingo, I've added a Trigonometry Exact Values (Radians) game. The degrees version has been there for a while.
Students really like Bingo, so it's nice to have a game for seniors.
If you're not familiar with this game, students draw a 3 × 3 grid and fill it with 9 answers from the first screen of the game, e.g. from this game…
…a student's grid might look like this:
Teacher presses Start, and the first question appears.
Our example student can cross of -½ (only once). The teacher can decide on the rule to win (e.g. first to complete a row, a column all their whole grid).
As always, feedback is welcome.
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