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Name:

Unit Title: Right Triangle Trig without the Unit Circle (Unit in 0078608627)

Lesson title: Angle of Inclination and Depression

Date:

Duration of Lesson: 90 min.

Day Number:

Grade Level: 11th/12th

State Standards Addressed:

I.A.4 Evaluate all six trigonometric functions

using the right triangle and wrapping

function definitions.

Students will be able to use angle of elevation and

angle of depression to model applied problems.

Students will be able to solve applied problems using

right triangle trigonometry.

The purpose of this lesson is to enable students to model and solve applied problems using right

triangle trigonometry .

Materials Needed for the Lesson

Overhead and transparencies OR Promethean board, graphing calculators, handouts for each

student, pencils, paper

How will problem solving be incorporated into the lesson?

Students will be using a limited amount of given information to solve applied problems.

How will the material in this lesson be connected to previously learned material and how does this

lesson pave the way for future lessons?

Students have been learning about right triangle trigonometry. Today they will use what they have

been learning in order to model and solve applied problems. This will prepare students to gather

real life data and find measures of objects using right triangle trigonometry tomorrow.

How will appropriate technology be incorporated into your instruction?

Throughout the lesson and homework time, the students will be allowed to use their calculators to

check their algebraic calculations. The overhead projector/Promethean board will be used so all

students can easily see the notes/examples.

Accommodations

Depending on the disability, the student will be accommodated accordingly. Each point of

instruction will be given both verbally and in writing. All students will have the opportunity to

practice examples while the guidance of myself and my mentor teacher is available.

Instructional Procedure:

z

c Homework Review (10-15 min)

c Quick warm-up (10-15 min including going over problems)

Warm-Up

find how far Bob is horizontally from the castle.

2) Find the measure of angle A.

3) Find the distance between Bob's eyes and the top of the

castle.

I. Applications of Right Triangle Trigonometry

a) A person's line of sight is the line from the observer's eye to the object.

b) The angle of elevation is the angle between the line of sight and the horizontal if

the object being observed is above the horizontal

c) The angle of depression is the angle between the line of sight and the horizontal

if the object being observed is below the horizontal

of elevation

depression

b) Find the

from the woman

to the paint can.

from the woman to

the injured man.

angle of elevation to the top of the flagpole is

27. If her eyes are 5.4 ft from the ground,

draw a picture to model her situation and find the

height of the flagpole.

Name:

Date:

Homework: Finish today's class work for a grade and do pages 490-491, numbers 35, 39,

41, 43, 51. Round decimal answers to the nearest hundredth.

I. Find the missing length:

1) A surveyor measures the angle to the peak

2) A 20 ft ladder forms an angle of

of a hill from point A, as shown in the diagram.

40 with the ground when placed

Calculate the height of the hill.

against a brick wall. How far is the

base of the ladder from the wall?

3) A bird on top of a 200 ft bridge tower sees a man standing on the lower part of the

bridge (which is 50 ft above the ground). The angle of depression from the bird is 26. How far

is the man from the base of the bridge tower?

the man to the bird was 48, what would be the distance

between the bird and the man?

5)

6)

III.

7)

8)

9) From the top of a 200-ft lighthouse, the angle of depression to a ship in the ocean is 23.

How far is the ship from the base of the lighthouse?

10) A 20-ft ladder is leaning against a building. If the base of the ladder is 6 ft from the base

of the building, what is the angle of elevation of the ladder? How high does the ladder reach on

the building?

11) A 600-ft guy wire is attached to the top of a communication tower. If the wire makes an

angle of 65 with the ground, how tall is the communication tower?

12) An airplane is flying at an elevation of 5150 ft, directly above a straight highway. Two

motorists are driving cars on the highway on opposite sides of the plane, and the angle of

depression to one car is 35 and to the other is 52. How far apart are the cars?

z See Class Work: Angle of Elevation and Depression

Review/Closure (20 min)

z

z

Have each group put the answer to one of the class work exercises on the

Promethean Board. Students will take the notes and class work home to help with

homework and will turn the class work assignment in tomorrow.

Assign homework.

Homework: Finish today's class work and do pages 490-491, numbers

35, 39, 41, 43, 51

1. How do you tell whether an angle is an angle of depression or an angle of elevation? - Use the

observer's horizontal line of sight. If the angle is above the horizontal line of sight, it is an angle

of elevation. If the angle is below the horizontal line of sight, it is an angle of depression.

2. When would I use the term angle of inclination? If the line of sight follows a physical object,

such as an inclined plane or a hillside, we use the term angle of inclination. In this case, the line of

sight is not horizontal, but is parallel to the inclined plane or hillside.

Evaluation/Assessment of Student Learning

Throughout the lesson, I will be asking the students questions and listening to their feedback. If I

see very puzzled looks when I explain a concept, I will try to explain it in a different way that may make

more sense. While students are working on the assignment, I will move around the room watching them

work and answering questions. Students will turn in the Angle of Elevation and Angle of Depression

worksheet tomorrow for a classwork grade and each group will be responsible today for putting one of the

answers up on the Promethean Board. I can use this information as a formative assessment. This section

will also be on the next quiz and on the unit test.

Self Assessment and Revision:

During the course of the lesson, I will need to pay attention to the clock and to my students to see

if I am giving them too much information at once. I will also take notes on the lesson after I give it and

answer the following questions:

What went well and why?

What didnt go so well and why?

If I were to re-teach this lesson, this is how I would change it.

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