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I do not know the requirements of the IB program. However, I have taught from the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project text: FST (Functions, Statistics and Trig). The text integrates transformational geometry with matrices to teach the trigonometric identities. It is an unusual text. I have always believed (used it for seven years) that the reading of the text was at a much higher level than the exercises. This is where I supplemented materials so that the exercises were at the same level as the readings. New York State has a required integrated curriculum Course I, II and III. Perhaps you will find what you wish in their materials. I hope that this gives you some ideas. -Marielouise, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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