Using a protractor create from paper or cardboard a series of triangles representing all possible variations of Theta in 10 degree increments. (eg: 0, 10, 20,...80, 90). Using the protractor as a fixed radius for the hypotenuse values of the created triangles, consider possible ways to show the varying relationships that exist between the sides as Theta changes between 0 degrees through 360 degrees.
This process should include the following:
Cooperatively Choose a Model
Create A Formal Proposal for Teacher Review
Consider Teacher Feedback
Make any Necessary Adjustments
...Then create your physical model
After model creation and analysis, construct a presentation for for your class and teacher which shall include a PowerPoint presentation of no less that 5 slides and no more than 15. Your presentation should address obstacles and difficulties encountered, and how they were overcome. All physical models should be suitable for display and shall be publicly posted either in the classroom, or somewhere within the school building for peer review.
A formal peer review shall be done on the class webpage in the form of a discussion post, and shall be completed appropriate to said venue with regard to commentary, language and content. This review/reflection is to be a graded activity of self and peer assessment skills.