Unit Circle
Worksheets from each week are posted below.
Worksheet 1
Worksheet 2
Worksheet 3
Worksheet 4
Worksheet 5
Worksheet 6
Worksheet 7
Worksheet 8
Worksheet 9
Worksheet 10
Worksheet 11
Worksheet 12

You will NOT be expected to turn in worksheets. Workshop attendance and participation accounts for 10% of your final grade. You should sign up for the one that best fits your schedule and stick to that one! There are no makeup workshops and you cannot skip around to other workshops. Workshop starts the week of September 11. Your lowest three workshop grades will be dropped (i.e., you are allowed three unexcused absenses). You may only be excused from a workshop in exceptional circumstances with supporting documentation. Your course instructor will determine the validity of your excuse. Contact your professor if you have documentation for an excuse.

The problems on these worksheets will generally be more difficult than problems on the homework or examples in class. Instead of doing routine calculations, you will be asked to analyze and explain in a small group. The questions will aim to get you to think more deeply about the material you are learning in class. The point of these workshops is to spend 75 minutes discussing and thinking about the material taught in class. This should help you solidify your own understanding of the material, as well as that of your peers. Explaining a topic to others is one of the best ways to learn the material! Therefore, you will not be graded on correct answers, but instead you’ll be graded individually depending on your total engagement and effort in the workshop.

The grading will be based on the following 0-2 point scale:

  • 0 if the student was absent.
  • 1 if the student was not engaged, pulled out their phone or computer during the session, or was late to the workshop.
  • 2 if the student was engaged the entire period, actively working on the problems, and made progress on most of the problems.