**February 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations using matrices A.REI.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, students corrections of homework quiz

**February 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

Objective: Students will be able to write systems of equations and solve algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, homework quiz, sprint cards in groups

**January 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by elimination

**January 30th**

1) Warm-up on solving systems graphically

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: L3-1 p138 #7-12 all, 29 and p146 #14-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by substitution

**January 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**Week 2**

**January 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**January 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

4) Linear Relationships Sudoku

Objective: Students will be able to graph linear functions, as well as write equations to represent linear functions A.CED.2, F.IF.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion while making foldables

**January 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**January 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support if needed

3) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

4) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**January 22nd**

1) Getting to Know You Bingo

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

Objective: Students will be able to identify subsets of real numbers N.RN.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support

**Week 1**

**December 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Sprint Cards

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group discussion of sprint cards

**November 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on writing polynomials with irrational and complex roots

3) L5-5 p316 #22-28 even

Objective: Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to write a polynomial given the irrational and complex roots

**November 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with finding all of the zeros of a function in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, group presentations on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial

**November 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on using Rational Root Theorem to find all rational roots and then begin talking about how to find all roots, both real and imaginary.

3) L5-6 p322 #16-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial.

**November 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem

2) L5-4 p308-309 #21-28 all, 32-39 all

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions

**Week 13**

**November 22nd**

No Class - 1/2 Day

**November 21st**

****1) Warm-up

2) Midchapter 5 Quiz

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on warm-up, midchapter 5 quiz

**November 20th**

****1) Warm-up

2) The class will generate a list of "I can" statements for chapter 5

3) Students will work in groups on creating their midchapter 5 review based off of the "I can" statements

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on chapter 5 "I can" statements

**Week 12**

**November 17th**

No class - 1/2 Day

**November 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Factoring Puzzle in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring puzzle

**November 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Sprint Cards 5-1 - 5-3

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials, sprint cards

**November 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Substitution

4) p301 #20-24

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials, sprint cards

**November 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving polynomials by difference of square, sum of cubes and difference of cubes

3) Solving Polynomials Worksheet for homework

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**Week 11**

**November 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's work through homework for class p293 #20 and 25

3) Begin 5-3 Notes and examples on factoring polynomials

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of homework, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**November 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, y-intercept, zeros and multiplicity F.IF.7.c

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on multiplicity

**November 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, zeros and y-intercept F.IF.7.c

Assessment: teacher observation, Sprint cards in groups, small group and class discussions

**November 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

4) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

Objective: Students will be able to determine the end behavior and turning points for a polynomial F.IF.7.c

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on end behavior and turning points

**November 6th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

Objective: Students will be able to classify polynomials by degree and number of terms A.SSE.1.a

Assessment: teacher observation, student corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support Worksheet

**Week 10**

**November 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: Chapter 4 Test

**November 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go ovoer any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**November 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic inequalities

4) L4-9 p262 #26-28

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of quadratic inequalities A.CED.3

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**October 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: Chapter 4 Test

**October 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review #2 in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**Week 9**

**October 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go ovoer any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**October 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic inequalities

4) L4-9 p262 #26-28

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of quadratic inequalities A.CED.3

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**October 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic equations

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve systems of quadratic equations A.CED.3

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving systems of quadratics

**October 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers N.CN.1, N.CN.2, N.CN.7, N.CN.8

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on operations of complex numbers Cross Number Puzzle

**October 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on complex numbers

3) Venn Diagram of Imaginary and Real Numbers

Objective: Students will be able to solve an equation with a complex solution N.CN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of work on board, small group and class discussion of Venn Diagrams

**Week 8**

**October 20th - 1/2 Day**

**October 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) Tic-Tac-Toe

4) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to determine the number of solutions an equation has by using the disciminant A.REI.4.b

Assessment: teacher observation, student work on foldable, small group and class discussion on finding the discriminant through tic-tac-toe

**October 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on The Quadratic Formula

3) L4-7 p 245 #12-22 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula A.REI.4.b

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by the quadratic formula

**October 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on solving quadratics by square roots

4) Solving Quadratics by Square Roots worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations by square roots N.RN.2

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**October 16th**

1) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on simplifying radicals

3) p225 #1-16 all

Objective: Students will be able to simplify radicals N.RN.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on simplifying radicals

**Week 7**

**October 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) 4-1 - 4-5 Quiz

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation A.SSE.2, A.CED.1, A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, 4-1 - 4-5 Quiz

**October 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) 4-1 - 4-5 student generated review

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation A.SSE.2, A.CED.1, A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, students will generate their own review for the chapter 4 quiz and discuss their example problems in groups

**October 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discuss how to solve a quadratic equation by factoring

3) How does this help us graph quadratic equations?

4) Using Zeros to Graph Quadratics Worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of solving quadratic equations by factoring followed by small group discussions reported to class on how this might make graphing quadratic functions easier

**October 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Factoring Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of quick factoring quiz from yesterday, group discussions during factoring scavenger hunt

**October 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Sprint Card practice in groups

3) Quick Factoring Quiz

4) Begin Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring sprint cards, quick factoring Quiz

**Week 6**

**October 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring, factoring maze in groups

**October 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Begin Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring, factoring maze in groups

**October 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

5) Begin notes on factoring

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form and write equations for quadratics in standard form A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions, homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

**October 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and work on corrections in groups

3) Check homework and go over any questions

4) Notes and examples on writing quadratics in standard form

5) Writing quadratics in standard form worksheet and L4-1 p199 #29-37 all (35-37 write equations in both vertex form and standard form)

Objective: Students will be able to write the equations for quadratics in standard form A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics, corrections on yesterdays homework quiz

**October 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics and writing equations in vertex form

4) Pass back tests and progress reports

5) Notes and examples on graphing quadratics in standard form

6) Practice Worksheet 4-2 #1-19 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, homework quiz on graphing and writing equations in vertex form, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics

**Week 5**

**September 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics and writing equations in vertex form

4) Pass back tests and progress reports

5) Notes and examples on graphing quadratics in standard form

6) Practice Worksheet 4-2 #1-19 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics, corrections on exit slip

**September 28th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #11 and 12

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #9 together with extra examples

4) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

5) Homework: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #15, 16, 19, 20, 24

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form, as well as write the equation for a parabola

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics

**September 27th**

1) 4-1 Vocabulary Support

2) Begin notes and examples on graphing quadratics in vertex form

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #1-8 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics

**September 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Celebration

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 3 Test

**September 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Review

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 3 review

**Week 4**

**September 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions if not finished yesterday

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 26, 27

Objective: Students will be able to graph systems of inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of graphing systems of inequalities

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

3) L2-7 p111 #23-30 in groups

4) Check classwork and go over any questions

Objective: Students will be able to write and graph absolute value functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of L2-7 p111 #23-30

**September 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Discovering Transformations of Functions" with 5th Block

3) Make foldable for transformations

4) 4-3-2-1 group practice with transformations

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, 4-3-2-1 group practice of transformations

**September 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

3) Discovering transformations of functions in groups

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Discovering Transformations activity

**September 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

3) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations using matrices A.REI.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, students corrections of homework quiz

**Week 3**

**September 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations using matrices A.REI.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, students corrections of homework quiz

**September 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

Objective: Students will be able to write systems of equations and solve algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, homework quiz, sprint cards in groups

**September 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by elimination

**September 12th**

1) Warm-up on solving systems graphically

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: L3-1 p138 #7-12 all, 29 and p146 #14-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by substitution

**September 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**Week 2**

**September 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

4) Linear Relationships Sudoku

Objective: Students will be able to graph linear functions, as well as write equations to represent linear functions A.CED.2, F.IF.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion while making foldables

**September 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**September 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support if needed

3) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

4) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**September 5th**

1) Getting to Know You Bingo

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

Objective: Students will be able to identify subsets of real numbers N.RN.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support

**Week 1**

**May 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 6-2 - 6-3 Puzzle in groups

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing as students work on their Snow Day Puzzle.

**May 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #28-44 even, 47

Objective: Students will be able to multiply binomial radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to multiply binomial radical expression on their 6-3 Practice Worksheet.

**May 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on adding and subtracting binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #1-18 all, 45

Objective: Students will be able to add and subtract radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to add and subtract radical expressions on the 6-3 practice worksheet.

**May 23rd**

1) Warm-up #43 and 44 from 6-2 practice Worksheet

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Dividing Radical Expressions

4) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #26-42 even and 45

Objective: Students will be able to multiply radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to divide radical expression on the 6-2 Practice Worksheet

**May 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2)) Notes and examples on Multiplying Radical Expressions

3) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #1-24 all and check in class

4) Begin Division of radicals if fime

Objective: Students will be able to multiply radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to multiply radical expressions on the 6-2 practice worksheet

**Week 16**

**May 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Paschal's Triangle

3) Expanding Binomials Worksheet in groups followed by a gallery walk to check student's work

Objective: Students will be able to expand binomials using Paschal's Triangle A.APR.5

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to expand polynomials with dsitribution vs. Paschal's Triangle

**May 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Sprint Cards

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group discussion of sprint cards

**May 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on writing polynomials with irrational and complex roots

3) L5-5 p316 #22-28 even

Objective: Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to write a polynomial given the irrational and complex roots

**May 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with finding all of the zeros of a function in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, group presentations on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial

**May 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on using Rational Root Theorem to find all rational roots and then begin talking about how to find all roots, both real and imaginary.

3) L5-6 p322 #16-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial.

**Week 13**

**April 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem

2) L5-4 p308-309 #21-28 all, 32-39 all

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions

**April 27th**

****1) Warm-up

2) Midchapter 5 Quiz

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on warm-up, midchapter 5 quiz

**April 26th**

****1) Warm-up

2) The class will generate a list of "I can" statements for chapter 5

3) Students will work in groups on creating their midchapter 5 review based off of the "I can" statements

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on chapter 5 "I can" statements

**April 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Factoring Puzzle in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring puzzle

**April 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Sprint Cards 5-1 - 5-3

4) p301 #20-24

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials, sprint cards

**Week 12**

**April 21st - 1/2 Day of School**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Sprint Cards 5-1 - 5-3

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials, sprint cards

**April 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and have students correct their work

3) Notes and examples on solving polynomials by difference of square, sum of cubes and difference of cubes

4) Solving Polynomials Worksheet for homework

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**April 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's work through homework for class p293 #20 and 25

3) Begin 5-3 Notes and examples on factoring polynomials

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of homework, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**April 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, y-intercept, zeros and multiplicity

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on multiplicity

**April 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, zeros and y-intercept

Assessment: teacher observati

**Week 11**

**April - 14th - No Class**

**April 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, y-intercept, zeros and multiplicity

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on multiplicity

**April 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, zeros and y-intercept

Assessment: teacher observation, Sprint cards in groups, small group and class discussions

**April 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

4) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

Objective: Students will be able to determine the end behavior and turning points for a polynomial

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on end behavior and turning points

**April 10th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

Objective: Students will be able to classify polynomials by degree and number of terms

Assessment: teacher observation, student corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support Worksheet

**Week 10**

**March 31st - Spring Break**

**March 30th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

Objective: Students will be able to classify polynomials by degree and number of terms

Assessment: teacher observation, student corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support Worksh

**March 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: Chapter 4 Test

**March 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review #2 in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**March 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go ovoer any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

Week 9

**March 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic inequalities

4) L4-9 p262 #26-28

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of quadratic inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**March 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic equations

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve systems of quadratic equations

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving systems of quadratics

**March 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on operations of complex numbers Cross Number Puzzle

**March 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on complex numbers

3) Venn Diagram of Imaginary and Real Numbers

Objective: Students will be able to solve an equation with a complex solution

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of work on board, small group and class discussion of Venn Diagrams

**March 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) Tic-Tac-Toe

4) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to determine the number of solutions an equation has by using the disciminant

Assessment: teacher observation, student work on foldable, small group and class discussion on finding the discriminant through tic-tac-toe

**Week 8**

**March 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) Tic-Tac-Toe

4) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to determine the number of solutions an equation has by using the disciminant

Assessment: teacher observation, student work on foldable, small group and class discussion on finding the discriminant through tic-tac-toe

**March 16th (1/2 Day)**

1) Warm-up

2) Quadratic Formula Bingo

**March 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on The Quadratic Formula

3) L4-7 p 245 #12-22 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by the quadratic formula

**March 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on solving quadratics by square roots

4) Solving Quadratics by Square Roots worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations by square roots

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**March 13th**

1) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on simplifying radicals

3) p225 #1-16 all

Objective: Students will be able to simplify radicals

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on simplifying radicals

**Week 7**

**March 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) 4-1 - 4-5 student generated review

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation

Assessment: teacher observation, students will generate their own review for the chapter 4 quiz and discuss their example problems in groups

**March 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discuss how to solve a quadratic equation by factoring

3) How does this help us graph quadratic equations?

4) Using Zeros to Graph Quadratics Worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of solving quadratic equations by factoring followed by small group discussions reported to class on how this might make graphing quadratic functions easier

**March 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Factoring Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of quick factoring quiz from yesterday, group discussions during factoring scavenger hunt

**March 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Sprint Card practice in groups

3) Quick Factoring Quiz

4) Finish Factoring Maze

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring sprint cards, quick factoring Quiz

**March 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group an

**Week6**

**March 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Sprint Card practice in groups

3) Quick Factoring Quiz

4) Finish Factoring Maze

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring sprint cards, quick factoring Quiz

**March 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring, factoring maze in groups

**March 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

5) Begin notes on factoring

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form and write equations for quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions, homework quiz

**February 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and work on corrections in groups

3) Check homework and go over any questions

4) Notes and examples on writing quadratics in standard form

5) Writing quadratics in standard form worksheet and L4-1 p199 #29-37 all (35-37 write equations in both vertex form and standard form)

Objective: Students will be able to write the equations for quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics,

**February 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics and writing equations in vertex form

4) Pass back tests and progress reports

5) Notes and examples on graphing quadratics in standard form

6) Practice Worksheet 4-2 #1-19 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics, corrections on exit slip

**Week 5**

**February 24th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #11 and 12

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #9 together with extra examples

4) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

5) Homework: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #15, 16, 19, 20, 24

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form, as well as write the equation for a parabola

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics

**February 23rd**

1) 4-1 Vocabulary Support

2) Begin notes and examples on graphing quadratics in vertex form

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #1-8 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics

**February 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Celebration

4) Begin thinking about Linear Programming problem

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 3 Test

**February 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Review

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 3 review

**February 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions if not finished yesterday (5th block)

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 21, 26, 27

Objective: Students will be able to graph systems of inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of graphing systems of inequalities

**Week 4**

**February 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions if not finished yesterday (5th block)

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 26, 27

Objective: Students will be able to graph systems of inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of graphing systems of inequalities

**February 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions (5th block)

3) L2-7 p111 #23-30 in groups

4) Check classwork and go over any questions

5) 2nd block move on to graphing linear inequalities

Objective: Students will be able to write and graph absolute value functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of L2-7 p111 #23-30

**February 15th (1/2 day - 2nd block only)**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

3) L2-7 p111 #23-30 in groups

4) Check classwork and go over any questions

Objective: Students will be able to write and graph absolute value functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of L2-7 p111 #23-30

**February 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Discovering Transformations of Functions" with 5th Block

3) Make foldable for transformations

4) 4-3-2-1 group practice with transformations

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, 4-3-2-1 group practice of transformations

**February 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

3) Discovering transformations of functions in groups

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Discovering Transformations activity

**Week 3**

**February 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations using matrices A.REI.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, students corrections of homework quiz

**February 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

Objective: Students will be able to write systems of equations and solve algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, homework quiz, sprint cards in groups

**February 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by elimination

**February 7th**

1) Warm-up on solving systems graphically

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: L3-1 p138 #7-12 all, 29 and p146 #14-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically A.REI.6

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by substitution

**February 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**Week 2**

**February 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically A.CED.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**Febraury 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

4) Linear Relationships Sudoku

Objective: Students will be able to graph linear functions, as well as write equations to represent linear functions A.CED.2, F.IF.8

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion while making foldables

**February 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**January 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support if needed

3) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

4) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities A.CED.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**January 30th**

1) Getting to Know You Bingo

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

Objective: Students will be able to identify subsets of real numbers N.RN.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support

**Week 1**

**January 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on simplifying expressions with rational exponents.

3) 6-4 Practice Worksheet #32-62 all

Objective: Students will be able to simplify expressions with rational exponents. N.RN.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on group work from yesterday on applying exponent rules to rational exponents.

**January 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Students will finish their Snow Day Puzzle

3) Students will review their exponent rules in their groups and try to apply those rules to rational exponents.

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing as students work on their Snow Day Puzzle.

**January 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 6-2 - 6-3 Puzzle in groups

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing as students work on their Snow Day Puzzle.

**January 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #28-44 even, 47

Objective: Students will be able to multiply binomial radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to multiply binomial radical expression on their 6-3 Practice Worksheet.

**January 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on adding and subtracting binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #1-18 all, 45

Objective: Students will be able to add and subtract radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to add and subtract radical expressions on the 6-3 practice worksheet.

**Week 18**

**January 6th**

1) Warm-up #43 and 44 from 6-2 practice Worksheet

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Dividing Radical Expressions

4) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #26-42 even and 45

Objective: Students will be able to multiply radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to divide radical expression on the 6-2 Practice Worksheet

**January 5th**

1) Warm-up #13-20 and 46 from Practice Worksheet 6-1

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Multiplying Radical Expressions

4) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #1-24 all

Objective: Students will be able to multiply radical expressions. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to multiply radical expressions on the 6-2 practice worksheet

**January 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Roots and Radical Expressions

3) 6-1 Practice Worksheet #1-12 in class, #21-45 for homework

Objective: Students will be able to find the nth root. A.SSE.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students work to evaluate nth roots

**Week 17**

**December 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Exponent Puzzle

3) Exponent Rules Quiz

4) Unscramble the Christmas Carols

Objective: Students will be able to apply exponent rules. N.RN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students apply exponent rules to complete the puzzle, Exonent rules quiz

**December 19th**

1) Exponent Scavenger Hunt in pairs

2) Simplifying exponents puzzle

Objective: Students will be able to apply exponent rules. N.RN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students apply exponent rules to complete the scavenger hunt and puzzle

**Week 16**

**December 16th - Boot'em to the Curb**

**December 15th**

1) Warm-up review/summary of exponent rules

2) Check homework and go over any questions from when the substitute was here

3) Simplifying exponents penguin picture

Objective: Students will be able to apply exponent rules. N.RN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students apply exponent rules t create their penguin

**December 14th - Substitute in the classroom**

1) p360 #1-18

Objective: Students will be able to apply exponent rules. N.RN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students apply exponent rules

**December 13th - Substitute in the classroom**

1) Assemble and complete exponent rule book with substitute

Objective: Students will be able to apply exponent rules. N.RN.1

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions as students discover exponent rules

**December 12th - Snow Day**

**Week 15**

**December 9th - Boot'em to the Curb**

**December 8th**

1) Chapter 5 Celebration

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Students will be able to expand binomials using Paschal's Triangle A.APR.5

Students will be able to apply transformations of polynomials F.BF.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group discussion as students prepare their own chapter 5 Review

**December 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Students will be able to expand binomials using Paschal's Triangle A.APR.5

Students will be able to apply transformations of polynomials F.BF.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group discussion as students prepare their own chapter 5 Review

**December 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Refresher on transformations of polnomials

3) 4-3-2-1 Practice with trasformations of polynomials

4) Begin chapter 5 Review

Objective: Students will be able to apply transformations of polynomials F.BF.3

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to apply transformation to polynomials, 4-3-2-1 practice with transformations

**December 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Paschal's Triangle

3) Expanding Binomials Worksheet in groups followed by a gallery walk to check student's work

Objective: Students will be able to expand binomials using Paschal's Triangle A.APR.5

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to expand polynomials with dsitribution vs. Paschal's Triangle

**Week 14**

**Decmeber 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Sprint Cards

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group discussion of sprint cards

**December 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on writing polynomials with irrational and complex roots

3) L5-5 p316 #22-28 even

Objective: Students will be able to write polynomials with irrational and complex roots N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to write a polynomial given the irrational and complex roots

**November 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with finding all of the zeros of a function in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, group presentations on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial

**November 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on using Rational Root Theorem to find all rational roots and then begin talking about how to find all roots, both real and imaginary.

3) L5-6 p322 #16-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to use the Rational Root Theorem to solve any polynomial N.CN.7

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on how to find all of the rational roots of a polynomial.

**November 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem

2) L5-4 p308-309 #21-28 all, 32-39 all

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using synthetic division A.APR.6

Students will be able to use the Remainder Theorem A.APR.2

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions

**Week 13**

**November 22nd**

****1) Warm-up

2) Midchapter 5 Quiz

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on warm-up, midchapter 5 quiz

**November 21st**

****1) Warm-up

2) The class will generate a list of "I can" statements for chapter 5

3) Students will work in groups on creating their midchapter 5 review based off of the "I can" statements

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on chapter 5 "I can" statements

**Week 12**

**November 18th**

****1) Warm-up

2) The class will generate a list of "I can" statements for chapter 5

3) Students will work in groups on creating their midchapter 5 review based off of the "I can" statements

Objective: Students will be able to graph polynomials - F.IF.7.c

Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on chapter 5 "I can" statements

**November 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Factoring Puzzle in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on factoring puzzle

**November 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Students will work with a partner to make corrections to their homework quiz

3) Check homework and go over any questions

4) Factoring sprint cards in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, students correction of homework quiz, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials sprint cards

**November 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) Solving polynomials by substitution

5) L5-3 p301 #20-24 all

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, homework quiz, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials by substitution

**November 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and have students correct their work

3) Notes and examples on solving polynomials by difference of square, sum of cubes and difference of cubes

4) Solving Polynomials Worksheet for homework

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials to find the x-intercepts of a graph - A.REI.11

Assessment: teacher observation, students correction of homework quiz, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**Week 11**

**November 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's work through homework for class p293 #20 and 25

3) Begin 5-3 Notes and examples on factoring polynomials

Objective: Students will be able to factor polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of homework, small group and class discussions on factoring polynomials

**November 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, y-intercept, zeros and multiplicity

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on multiplicity

**November 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph a polynomial using it's end behavior, turning points, zeros and y-intercept

Assessment: teacher observation, Sprint cards in groups, small group and class discussions

**November 8th - No School**

**November 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

4) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

Objective: Students will be able to determine the end behavior and turning points for a polynomial

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on end behavior and turning points

**Week 10**

**November 4th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

Objective: Students will be able to classify polynomials by degree and number of terms

Assessment: teacher observation, student corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support Worksheet

**November 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: Chapter 4 Test

**November 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review #2 in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**November 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go ovoer any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review in groups

Objective: Students will pass the chapter 4 test

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on chapter 4 review

**October 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic inequalities

4) L4-9 p262 #26-28

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of quadratic inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**Week 9**

**October 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic equations

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve systems of quadratic equations

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving systems of quadratics

**October 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on operations of complex numbers Cross Number Puzzle

**October 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on complex numbers

3) Venn Diagram of Imaginary and Real Numbers

Objective: Students will be able to solve an equation with a complex solution

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentation of work on board, small group and class discussion of Venn Diagrams

**October 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) Tic-Tac-Toe

4) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to determine the number of solutions an equation has by using the disciminant

Assessment: teacher observation, student work on foldable, small group and class discussion on finding the discriminant through tic-tac-toe

**October 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on The Quadratic Formula

3) L4-7 p 245 #12-22 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by the quadratic formula

**Week 8**

**October 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on solving quadratics by square roots

4) Solving Quadratics by Square Roots worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations by square roots

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of work on the board, small group and class discussion on solving quadratics by square roots

**October 20th**

1) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on simplifying radicals

3) p225 #1-16 all

Objective: Students will be able to simplify radicals

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions on simplifying radicals

October 19th

1) Warm-up

2) Quiz over 4-1 - 4-5

3) Begin notes and examples on simplifying radicals

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation

Assessment: teacher observation, chapter 4 quiz

1) Warm-up

2) Quiz over 4-1 - 4-5

3) Begin notes and examples on simplifying radicals

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation

Assessment: teacher observation, chapter 4 quiz

**October 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check reviews and go over any questions

3) More practice with 4-1 - 4-5

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation

Assessment: teacher observation, students will generate their own review for the chapter 4 quiz and discuss their example problems in groups

**October 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) 4-1 - 4-5 student generated review

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations, as well as graph a quadratic equation

Assessment: teacher observation, students will generate their own review for the chapter 4 quiz and discuss their example problems in groups

**Week 7**

**October 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discuss how to solve a quadratic equation by factoring

3) How does this help us graph quadratic equations?

4) Using Zeros to Graph Quadratics Worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor and solve quadratic equations

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of solving quadratic equations by factoring followed by small group discussions reported to class on how this might make graphing quadratic functions easier

**October 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Factoring Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of quick factoring quiz from yesterday, group discussions during factoring scavenger hunt

**October 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Sprint Card practice in groups

3) Quick Factoring Quiz

4) Finish Factoring Maze

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring sprint cards, quick factoring Quiz

**October 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring, factoring maze in groups

**October 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

5) Begin notes and examples on factoring

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form and write equations for quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions, homework quiz

**Week 6**

**October 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Factoring Maze in groups

Objective: Students will be able to factor quadratic expressions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of factoring, factoring maze in groups

**October 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form and write equations for quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions, homework quiz

**October 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on writing quadratics in standard form

4) Writing quadratics in standard form worksheet and L4-1 p199 #29-37 all (35-37 write equations in both vertex form and standard form)

Objective: Students will be able to write the equations for quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics,

**October 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back exit slips and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Practice Worksheet 4-2 #1-19 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratics in standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-2 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics, corrections on exit slip

**October 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back tests and go over questions. Hand out Progress Reports.

3) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

4) Classwork: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #19 - 22, 24

5) Exit slip on graphing in vertex form and writing equations in vertex form

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form, as well as write the equation for a parabola

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics, Exit slip

**Week 5**

**September 30th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #17 and 21

2) Check homework and go over any questions.

3) Homework Quiz

4) Begin notes and examples on writing equations in standard form

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form and standard form

Assessment: teacher observation, homework quiz, small group and class discussions graphing quadratics in standard form jigsaw

**September 29th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #11 and 12

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #9 together with extra examples

4) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

5) Homework: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #15, 16, 19, 20, 24

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form, as well as write the equation for a parabola

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics and writing equations for quadratics

**September 28th**

1) 4-1 Vocabulary Support

2) Begin notes and examples on graphing quadratics in vertex form

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #1-8 all

Objective: Students will be able to graph quadratic functions in vertex form

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussions of 4-1 practice worksheet on graphing quadratics

**September 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Celebration

4) Begin thinking about Linear Programming problem

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 3 Test

**September 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Review

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 3 review

**Week 4**

**September 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions if not finished yesterday

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 26, 27

Objective: Students will be able to graph systems of inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of graphing systems of inequalities

**September 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

3) L2-7 p111 #23-30 in groups

4) Check classwork and go over any questions

Objective: Students will be able to write and graph absolute value functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of L2-7 p111 #23-30

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Students will make corrections on homework quizzes

3) Finish "Discovering Transformations of Functions" with 5th Block

4) Make foldable for transformations and group practice

5) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, 4-3-2-1 group practice of transformations

**September 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discovering transformations of functions in groups

Objective: Students will be able to describe transformations of functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Discovering Transformations activity

**September 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations using matrices

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, students corrections of homework quiz

**Week 3**

**September 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

Objective: Students will be able to write systems of equations and solve algebraically

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion, homework quiz, sprint cards in groups

**September 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by elimination

**September 14th**

1) Warm-up on solving systems graphically

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: L3-1 p138 #7-12 all, 29 and p146 #14-20 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems algebraically

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems by substitution

**September 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

Objective: Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving systems graphically

**September 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

4) Linear Relationships Sudoku

Objective: Students will be able to graph linear functions, as well as write equations to represent linear functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion while making foldables

**Week 2**

**September 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**September 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support if needed

3) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

4) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of Clue activity

**September 7th**

1) Getting to Know You Bingo

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

Objective: Students will be able to identify subsets of real numbers

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of 1-2 Vocabulary Support

**Week 1**

**May 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 6-2 - 6-3 Puzzle in groups

**May 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #2-44 even

**May 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions

4) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #1-42 even

**May 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Roots and Radical Expressions

3) 6-1 Practice Worksheet #1-32 all and 35-42 all

**May 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Scavenger Hunt if more time is needed

3) Simplifying exponents penguin picture

4) Simplifying exponents puzzle

**Week 16**

**May 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Exponent Rules Scavenger Hunt

**May 12th**

1) Finish Gallery Walk

2) p360 #1-18 practice with exponent rules

3) Correct and discuss p360 #1-18 in class

**May 11th**

1) Pass back tests and go over questions

2) Groups will work on last 3 exponent rules in their exponent rule book

3) Each group will be assigned an exponent rule to make a poster of

4) Gallery walk to check exponent rules

**May 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Assemble exponent book

3) Chapter 5 Part C Celebration

4) Complete first 4 exponent rules in exponent rule book

**May 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 2 Review

**Week 15**

**May 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Gallery Walk if need too

3) Notes and examples on Polynomial Models in the Real World with examples from 5-8 Practice Worksheet

**May5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Paschal's Triangle

3) Expanding Binomials Worksheet in groups followed by a gallery walk to check student's work

**May 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Sprint Cards

**May 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on writing polynomials with irrational and complex roots

3) L5-5 p316 #22-28 even

**May 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with finding all of the zeros of a function in groups.

**Week 14**

**April 29th - 1/2**

No class

**April 27th**

1) Notes and examples on synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem

2) L5-4 p308-309 #21-28 all, 32-38 even

3) Check work in class and go over any questions

4) Begin talking about Rational Roots if time

**April 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 1 Celebration

**April 25th**

****1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 1 Review #1 and 2

**Week 13**

**April 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Factoring Puzzle

**April 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Factoring sprint cards in groups

**April 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) Solving polynomials by substitution

5) L5-3 p301 #20-24 all

**April 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving polynomials by difference of square, sum of cubes and difference of cubes

3) Solving Polynomials Worksheet for homework

**April 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's work through homework for class p293 #20 and 25

3) Begin 5-3 Notes and examples on factoring polynomials

**Week 12**

**April 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

**April 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

**April 13th**

SAT

**April 12th**

SAT

**April 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

3) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

**Week 11**

**April 1st - No School**

**March 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

4) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

**March 30th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

**March 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

**March 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review #2 in groups

**Week 10**

**March 25th - No School**

**March 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go ovoer any questions

3) Chapter 4 Review in groups

**March 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic inequalities

4) L4-9 p262 #26-28

**March 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic equations

**March 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

**Week 9**

**March 18th - 1/2 Day of School - No Class**

**March 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

**March 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on complex numbers

3) Venn Diagram of Imaginary and Real Numbers

**March 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) Tic-Tac-Toe

4) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

**March 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on The Quadratic Formula

3) L4-7 p 245 #12-22 even

**Week 8**

**March 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on solving quadratics by square roots

4) Solving Quadratics by Square Roots worksheet

**March 10th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on simplifying radicals

3) p225 #1-16 all

**March 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Review and go over any questions

3) Quiz over 4-1 - 4-5

**March 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) 4-1 - 4-5 Review

**March 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discuss how to solve a quadratic equation by factoring

3) How does this help us graph quadratic equations?

4) Using Zeros to Graph Quadratics Worksheet in groups

**Week 7**

**March 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Factoring Scavenger Hunt

**March 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Sprint Card practice in groups

3) Quick Factoring Quiz

4) Finish Factoring Maze

**March 2nd - Snow Day**

**March 1st - Snow Day**

**February 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Group practice with putting equations in standard form, pulling out GCF and when a leading coefficient is negative

3) Factoring Maze in groups

**Week 6**

**February 26th - Snow Day**

**February 25th - Snow Day**

**February 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on factoring

3) Early Release Due To Snow

**February 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

**February 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphing quadratics in standard form

4) Practice Worksheet 4-2 #1-19 all

**Week 5**

**February 19th**

1/2 Day of School - No Class

**February 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on writing quadratics in standard form

4) Writing quadratics in standard form worksheet and L4-1 p199 #29-37 all (35-37 write equations in both vertex form and standard form)

**February 17th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #17 and 21

2) Check homework and go over any questions.

3) Homework Quiz

4) Begin notes and examples on writing equations in standard form

**February 16th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #11 and 12

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #9 together with extra examples

4) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

5) Homework: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #15, 16, 19, 20, 24

**February 15th**

1) 4-1 Vocabulary Support

2) Begin notes and examples on graphing quadratics in vertex form

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #1-8 all

**Week 4**

**February 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Celebration

4) Begin thinking about Linear Programming problem

**February 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 3 Review

**February 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions if not finished yesterday

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 26, 27

**February 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

3) L2-7 p111 #23-30 in groups

4) Check classwork and go over any questions

**February 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Students will make corrections on homework quizzes

3) Finish "Discovering Transformations of Functions" with 5th Block

4) Make foldable for transformations and group practice

5) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

**Week 3**

**February 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discovering transformations of functions

**February 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

**February 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

**February 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

**February 1st**

1) Warm-up on solving systems graphically

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: L3-1 p138 #7-12 all, 29 and p146 #14-20 even

**Week 2**

**January 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Linear Relationships Sudoku puzzle and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

**January 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

4) Linear Relationships Sudoku

**January 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

**January 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

3) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

**January 25th**

1) Getting to Know You Activity

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

**Week 1**

**January 22nd**

Final Exams (1st and 2nd Block)

**January 21st**

Final Exams (4th and 5th Blocks)

**January 20th**

Final Exam Review

**January 19th**

Final Exam Review

**January 18th**

1) Pass back Chapter 6 Tests and go over any questions

2) Final Exam Review

**Week 18**

**January 15th**

1) Check reviews and go over any questions

2) Chapter 6 Celebration

**January 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Notes and examples on Solving Radical Equations

3) Chapter 6 Review

**January 13th**

1) Warm-up from Chapter 6 Review

2) Notes and examples on Solving Radical Equations

**January 12th**

Snow Day!

Snow Day!

**January 11th**

1) Warm-up - Rational Exponents Chain

2) 6-4 Practice Worksheet #32 - 61

**Week17**

**January 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Groups work through 6-4 Practice Worksheet #13-21 odd and 22 - 30 even

3) Student presentations of work

**January 7th**

1) Finish 6-2 - 6-3 Puzzle for Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Rational Exponents

3) 6-4 Practice worksheet #1-11 in groups

**January 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 6-2 - 6-3 Puzzle in groups

**January 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on binomial radical expressions

4) 6-3 Practice Worksheet #2-44 even

**January 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and students will work in their groups to correct

3) Notes and examples on rationalizing denominators (6-2)

4) L6-2 p371 #43-51 all

**Week 16**

**December 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 6-1 - 6-2 Quiz

**December 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions

4) 6-2 Practice Worksheet #1-30 even

**December 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Roots and Radical Expressions

3) 6-1 Practice Worksheet #1-32 all and 35-42 all

**December 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Scavenger Hunt if more time is needed

3) Simplifying radicals penguin picture

4) Simplifying radicals puzzle

**December 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Exponent Rules Scavenger Hunt

**Week 15**

**December 11th - Boot'em to the Curb**

**December 10th**

1) Substitute in the classroom - p360 #1-18 practice with exponent rules

**December 9th**

1) Pass back tests and go over questions

2) Groups will work on last 3 exponent rules in their exponent rule book

3) Each group will be assigned an exponent rule to make a poster of

4) Gallery walk to check exponent rules

**December 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Assemble exponent book

3) Chapter 5 Part C Celebration

4) Complete first 4 exponent rules in exponent rule book

**December 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 3 Review

**Week 14**

**December 4th**

1) Warm-up review on Paschal's Triangle and Modeling Polynomials

2) Review Transformations of Polynomials

3) L5-9 p343 #7-12 all in groups and check as a class

**December 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Polynomial Models in the Real World with examples from 5-8 Practice Worksheet

**December 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on Paschal's Triangle

3) Expanding Binomials Worksheet in groups followed by a gallery walk to check student's work

**December 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 2 Celebration (Lessons 5-4 - 5-6)

3) Students will work on finding patterns in Paschal's Triangle

4) Begin notes and examples on Paschal's Triangle

**November 30th**

1) Warm-up on Rational Root Theorem

2) Group review and presentations of writing polynomials with rational, irrational and complex roots.

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Review

**Week 13**

**November 27th**

No School

No School

**November 26th**

No School

No School

**November 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 5-4 - 5-6 Sprint Cards

**November 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Continue talking about writing polynomials with irrational and complex roots

3) L5-5 p316 #22-28 even

**November 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) More practice with the Rational Root Theorem

3) Begin notes and examples on writing polynomial equations with irrational and complex roots

**Week 12**

**November 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with finding all of the zeros of a function in groups.

**November 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on using Rational Root Theorem to find all rational roots and then begin talking about how to find all roots, both real and imaginary.

3) L5-6 p322 #16-20 even

**November 18th**

1) Notes and examples on synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem

2) L5-4 p308-309 #21-28 all, 32-38 even

3) Check work in class and go over any questions

4) Begin talking about Rational Roots if time

**November 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part 1 Celebration

**November 16th**

****1) Finish Factoring Puzzle

2) Chapter 5 Part 1 Review

**Week 11**

**November 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Factoring Puzzle

**November 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Factoring sprint cards in groups

**November 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) Solving polynomials by substitution

5) L5-3 p301 #20-24 all

**November 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving polynomials by difference of square, sum of cubes and difference of cubes

3) Solving Polynomials Worksheet for homework

**November 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's work through homework for class p293 #20 and 25

3) Begin 5-3 Notes and examples on factoring polynomials

**Week 10**

**November 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on multiplicity

3) L5-2 p293 #20, 21, 25: 1) Factored Form 2) Standard Form 3) D,L,E,Y,Z,M

**November 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Polynomials, Linear Factors and Zeros up through problem 2

3) Groups will read through problem 3 on p290 and one group will present work to class.

4) 5-1 - 5-2 Sprint Cards in groups

**November 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on determining end behavior and turning points

4) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #22-33 all and 36-38

**November 3rd**

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

**November 2nd**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) 5-1 Vocabulary Support on own

3) Notes and examples on classifying polynomials by the degree and number of terms.

4) Go back and make corrections on 5-1 Vocabulary Support

5) 5-1 Practice Worksheet #1-21 odd and 41-46 all

**Week 9**

**October 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

**October 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Part 2 Review #2

**October 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Part 2 Review in groups

**October 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) Notes and examples on solving systems of quadratic equations

**October 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on operations of complex numbers

3) 4-8 Cross Number Puzzle

**Week 8**

**October 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on complex numbers

3) Venn Diagram of Imaginary and Real Numbers

**October 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the discriminant with foldable

3) L4-7 p245 #26-36 even

**October 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on The Quadratic Formula

3) Quadratic Formula Matho

**October 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on solving quadratics by square roots

4) Solving Quadratics by Square Roots worksheet

**October 19th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Notes and examples on simplifying radicals

3) p225 #1-16 all

**Week 7**

**October 16th**

1) Chapter 4 Part 1 Celebration

2) Begin talking about simplifying radicals

**October 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Part 1 Review #4-10 and go over any questions

30 4-3-2-1 Review

**October 14th**

(PSAT for 2nd Block)

1) Warm-up

2) Check Chapter 4 Part 1 Review #1-3 and go over any questions

3) Students will work on Chapter 4 Part 1 Review #4-10

**October 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Factoring Scavenger Hunt

3) Begin Chapter 4 Part 1 Review #1-3

**October 12th**

1) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

2) Notes and examples on finding the zeros of a quadratic by factoring

3) Factoring Scavenger Hunt

**Week 6**

**October 9th**

1) Check factoring maze and go over any questions

2) Pass back factoring homework quizzes and discuss

3) Factoring scavenger hunt

**October 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on factoring

4) Factoring in maze

**October 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on factoring

3) 4-4 Practice Worksheet: #1, 2, 8, 14, 18 and 22 in class and #3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 20, and 21 for homework

**October 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on writing quadratics in standard form

4) Pre-factoring puzzles

**October 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on writing quadratics in standard form

3) Writing quadratics in standard form worksheet

**Week 5**

**October 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish 4-2 Jigsaw

3) 4-2 Practice Worksheet #1-19

**October 1st**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #17 and 21

2) Check homework and go over any questions.

3) Homework Quiz

4) Begin notes and examples on graphing in standard form

**September 30th**

1) Warm-up - 4-1 Practice Worksheet #7 and 11

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #9 together with extra examples

4) Notes and examples on how to write an equation for a parabola using 4-1 Practice Worksheet #13 and 14

5) Homework: 4-1 Practice Worksheet #8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 19, 20, 24

**September 29th**

1) Make transformations foldable

2) More practice with transformations of functions

3) Begin notes and examples on graphing quadratics in vertex form

4) 4-1 Practice Worksheet #1-6 all

**September 28th**

1) Pass back Chapter 3 Test and go over any questions. Discuss retake process.

2) Notes and examples on transformations of functions.

**Week 4**

**September 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 3 Celebration!

3) 4-1 Vocabulary Support

**September 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check chapter 3 review #1-4 and go over any questions

3) Students will work on chapter 3 review #5-9 in groups

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**September 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) More practice with graphing systems of inequalities

4) Begin working on chapter 3 review #1-4

**September 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphing systems of inequalities

4) L3-3 p153 #16, 18, 26, 27

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on graphing and writing absolute value functions

3) L2-7 p111 #23-28 (identify vertex and axis of symmetry and then graph) and #29 and 30 in groups.

4) Check group work with a gallery walk and discuss

**5) Progress Report Sent Home! Needs to be signed and returned.**

**Week 3**

**September 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check sprint cards and go over any questions

3) Pass back homework quiz and discuss

4) Notes and examples on solving systems using matrices

5) 3-6 Practice Worksheet

**September 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically

4) Writing system of equation sprint cards in groups (whatever is not completed in groups is homework)

**September 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by elimination

4) Homework: p146 #36-42 even

**September 15th**

1) Warn-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Homework Quiz on solving systems of equations graphically

4) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations by substitution

5) Homework: p146 #14-20 even

**September 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving systems of equations graphically

3) L3-1 p138 #7-12 all and 29

**Week 2**

**September 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Algebra "Clue" class discussion

3) Make a foldable for graphing and writing linear equations

**September 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish "Clue" Activity on solving linear equations and inequalities in groups.

**September 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Class Review of Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities

3) Begin "Clue" activity in groups

**September 8th**

1) Getting to Know You Activity

2) Discuss Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) 1-2 Vocabulary Support in groups followed by a class discussion

**Week 1**

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