After doing the Feeling Trig Functions projects I learned how to graph different types of trig functions on a larger scale. Trig functions were something that I had trouble understanding on paper, but when given the opportunity to learn it hands with this activitey, I grew intellectually much faster. I really benefited from this style of learning and practicing. Somethings I struggled with in the begining with this activity was the unit circle. SInce algebra 2 and precalc I was always able to use a unit circle graph on a quiz or a test. This time around I had to memorize the units on the unit circle. A tactic I used was counting the number units on the x-axis in relation to the unit circle. For example, if the problem was sin(pi/2) I would count how many cards from zero on the x-axis then go to the unit circle and find the point of pi/2. This helped me make connections between the unit circle and trig functions. During the assement portion, I liked that we couldn't consult Mr. Cresswell. It added more of a challenge to the project. Having a partner helped me affirm my reasoning during the activity. All in all I really enjoyed this hands on activity and would reccomend it for future students.