## Reflection: Intervention and Extension Final Exam Review Stations (Day 1 of 3) - Section 2: Review Stations

This year, I worked with a group of students who required more structure for this type of activity. I also felt the need for more intervention with respect to helping students (with even more detail than the hints provided). I was pleased by what happened when I set a timer. The kids did a good job of moving themselves and I was able to focus my energy on select students who required direct assistance.

Within this class, my students struggled with Questions #9-12 from Review Station 2. I spent most of time providing assistance on these tasks. The hint sheets were not sufficient for some students, so I provided more help by asking questions like:

1. What is the double angle or sum and difference identify?
2. What values do we need to substitute into the identity to evaluate ____________?
3. What values are we given?
4. How can we find what we need?

I found that I often had to remind students to think about the signs of the sine and cosine functions in the specified quadrant.

Intervention and Extension: Focusing the Review Lesson

# Final Exam Review Stations (Day 1 of 3)

Unit 11: Review
Lesson 1 of 3

## Big Idea: Students review by working through various stations at their own pace and receive immediate feedback on their work.

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Math, double angle formulas, Law of Cosines, trigonometric ratios, Precalculus and Calculus, area of triangle, Matrices, cramers rule, basic trigonometric equations, simplifying trigonometric equations, sum and difference formula, radians to degrees, Right Triangle Trigonometry, 12th Grade
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### Tiffany Dawdy

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