**October 12th**

1) Warm-up: Long Division

2) Notes and examples on Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division

3) Polynomial Long Division Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division

Assessment: teacher observation, groups work to finish scavenger hunt

**October 11th - Substitute in the Classroom**

**October 10th - PSAT**

**October 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Examples on graphing polynomials given in factored form

3) Graphing Polynomials Sprint Cards

4) Graphing Polynomials Homework Quiz

Objective: Students should be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, graphing polynomials sprint cards in groups

**October 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Review of End Behavior, Turning Points, y-intercept, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Objective: Students will be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, groups review factoring from Algebra 2, practice using clues to graph polynomials

**Week 6**

**October 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Function Matching Activity

3) p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions, as well as identify polynomial functions

Assessment: teacher observation, function matching in groups, group practice with identifying polynomials and writing linear equations

**October 4th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of polynomial functions review, function matching in groups

**October 3rd**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) Linear and Quadratic Function Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 1 Celebration

**October 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Sprint Card Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, sprint cards in groups

**October 1st**

1) Warm-up - #4 from chapter 1 review

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Review in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 1 review

**Week 5**

**September 28th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of polynomial functions review, function matching in groups

**September 27th**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) Linear and Quadratic Function Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 1 Celebration

**September 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Sprint Card Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, sprint cards in groups

**September 25th**

1) Warm-up - #4 from chapter 1 review

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Review in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 1 review

**September 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Review of one-to-one functions

3) Notes and examples on determining if two functions are inverses graphically and algebraically

4) Homework: S1.5 p126 #9-12, 14-22 even, 23-31 all

Objective: Students will be able to find inverses, as well as determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on determining if functions are inverses, group practice with finding inverses

**Week 4**

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on one-to-one functions

Objective: Students will be able to find inverses, as well as determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on determining if functions are inverses, group practice with finding inverses

**September 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions and work on corrections

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

Objective: Students will be able to compose functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on piecewise function homework quiz, group practice with function compositions

**September 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions

4) Begin Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

Objective: Students will be able to graph piecewise functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on piecewise function homework quiz, group practice with function compositions

**September 18th**

1) Warm-up on graphing Rational Functions

2) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on piecewise functions

4) Finish piecewise function worksheet for homework

Objective: Students will be able to graph piecewise functions

Assessment: teacher observation, Homework quiz corrections, small group and class discussion on piecewise functions

**September 17th**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Check and discuss Asymptotes worksheet

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior, gallery walk and homework quiz

**Week 3**

**September 14th - Substitute in Classroom**

1) Warm-up

2) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**September 13th - Substitute in Classroom**

1) Warm-up

2) Work on asymptote worksheet and in groups

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**September 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Make foldable on graphing rational functions

3) Notes and example on finding vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and end behavior

4) Aysmptote and end behavior worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**September 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes on Continuity

3) Domain, Range and Continuity worksheet in groups

****3) Homework quiz on domain, range and continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify domain, range and the continuity of a functions

Assessment: teacher observation, group discussion on practice worksheet, homework quiz

**September 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Continue working through worksheet on Domain and Range and go over any questions

3) Begin notes and examples on continuous functions

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function, as well as continuous and non continuous functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain, range and continuity

**Week 2**

**September 7th**

1) Warm-up Function Reveiw

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Make Domain and Range tool

4) Domain and Range worksheet (graphically)

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**September 6th**

1) Students will create posters of function families

2) Gallery Walks and class discussion on Function Families

3) Revisit list of characteristics of a thrilling Roller Coaster ride and make connections to function families

4) Watch a virtual roller coaster ride from the Cedar Point website.

5) Students will design and name their roller coaster on paper in groups.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**September 5th**

1) Warm-up: What makes a thrilling roller coaster ride?

2) Students will begin research on the function family graphic organizer

Watch a virtual roller coaster ride from the Cedar Point website.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families through the real world application of roller coaster.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families and how they help to make a thrilling roller coaster ride

**September 4th**

1) Discuss syllabus (return signed tomorrow)

2) Think/pair/share of Function Families

3) Create function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

## Week 1

**February 2nd**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

**February 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check asymptote worksheet and go over any questions

3) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

**January 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) Make foldable on graphing rational functions

3) Notes and example on finding vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and end behavior

4) Aysmptote and end behavior worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**January 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Domain, Range and Continuity worksheet in groups

****3) Homework quiz on domain, range and continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify domain, range and the continuity of a functions

Assessment: teacher observation, group discussion on practice worksheet, homework quiz

**January 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check worksheet on Domain and Range and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on continuous functions

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function, as well as continuous and non continuous functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain, range and continuity

**Week 2**

**January 26th**

1) Warm-up Function Reveiw

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Make Domain and Range tool

4) Domain and Range worksheet (graphically)

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**January 25th**

1) Bracketology in groups

2) Students will design and name their roller coaster on paper in groups.

3) Gallery Walk of function family roller coasters.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**January 24th**

1) Students will continue to research the different function families

2) Watch the virtual roller coaster again with the task of identifying the functions from our list.

3) The students will compose a written reflection on which function they believe will be the most thrilling and why?

Objective: Students will be able to design a roller coaster using the function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group creation of function family roller coaster

**January 23rd**

1) Warm-up: What makes a thrilling roller coaster ride?

2) Watch a virtual roller coaster ride from the Cedar Point website.

3) In a think/pair/share format students will revisit their function family graphic organizer and discuss how the functions relate to the driving question and create a list of questions that would need to be answered to design a roller coaster.

4) 4 corner roller coaster pictures

5) Students will create columns to research on the function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families through the real world application of roller coaster.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families and how they help to make a thrilling roller coaster ride

**January 22nd**

1) Discuss syllabus (return signed tomorrow)

2) Think/pair/share of Function Families

3) Create function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**Week 1**

**November 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Review tangent graphs

4) Practice graphing cotangent, cosecant and secant graphs

5) L4.5 p366 #13-16 in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph cotangent, cosecant and secant graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing cotangent, cosecant and secant graphs

**November 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Practice graphing tangent graphs

4) Pass out Chapter 1-4 Cumulative Review for students to begin working on

Objective: Students will be able to graph tangent graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing tangent graphs

**Week 12**

**November 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) CYU and Practice worksheet on writing sine and cosine equations

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing sine and cosine graphs

**November 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Finish notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine graphs

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing sine and cosine graphs

**November 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Talk about memorization tricks for the unit circle

3) Notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz

**November 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Modeling Circular Motion

4) Work on creating the unit circle

Objective: Students will be able to develop the unit circle

Assessment: teacher observation, students will work in groups to find the degrees, radians and coordinate pairs of the unit circle

**November 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Notes on Finding the Trig Function of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even and check in class

4) Students will work in groups on a worksheet about finding trig functions of any angle

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions of any angle

Assessment: teacher observation, practice worksheet with evaluating trig functions in groups

**Week 11**

**November 10th**

****1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on S4.3 Finding Trig Functions of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions of any angle

Assessment: teacher observation, practice with evaluating trig functions in groups

**November 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Right Triangle Memorization Quiz

3) Check homework and go over any questions

4) Homework Quiz

5) S4.2 p336 #61 and 62 followed by student presentation of work

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, special right triangle memorization quiz, homework quiz, application problems with trig functions

**November 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Examples of Trigonometric Ratios

3) SOH CAH TOA video

4) S4.2 p335 #2-24 even, 42-48 even and read p332-334 and try #56 and 58

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, practice with evaluating trig functions in groups

**November 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups followed by section 4.2 Notes

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, discovering SOH CAH TOA lab in groups followed by class discussion

**November 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish practice portion of M&M Lab

3) Begin discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups

Objective: Students will be able to convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees, as well as evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of M&M Lab, discovering SOH CAH TOA lab in groups

**Week 10**

**November 3rd**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Warm-up: Degrees vs. Radians

3) Discovering the Radian M&M lab

Objective: Students will be able to convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of article, M&M Lab

**November 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 3 Test

Objective: Students will be able to identify exponential growth and decay, graph exponential and logarithmic functions, expand and condense logarithms and solve Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 3 Test

**November 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 3 Review in groups

3) Extra reviews available

Objective: Students will be able to identify exponential growth and decay, graph exponential and logarithmic functions, expand and condense logarithms and solve Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

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

**October 31st**

1) Warm-up

2) MATHO on Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

Objective: Students will be able to solve Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving exponential and logarithmic equations

**October 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

3) p301 #2-18 even

Objective: Students will be able to solve Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on solving exponential and logarithmic equations

**Week 9**

**October 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

3) Condensing and Expanding Logarithms Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to graph logarithmic functions, as well as expand and condense logarithms

Assessment: teacher observation, gallery walk of graphs of logarithmic functions

**October 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphs of logarithmic functions

4) S3.3 p281 #37-40 all, 41, 43, 51, 56

Objective: Students will be able to graph logarithmic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups on graphing logarithmic functions

**October 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) L3.3 p281 #1-36 all, p289 #23-28 all

Objective: Students will be able to change between logarithm and exponential form, as well as use the change of base formula

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups on evaluating logarithmic expressions

**October 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check transformations of exponentail functions worksheet and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on S3.3 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

Objective: Students will be able to graph exponential functions, as well as change between logarithm and exponential form

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of transformations of exponential graphs

**October 23rd**

1) Warm-up: Practice with exponential growth, exponential decay and compound interest

2) Identifying exponential growth and decay, as well as transformations of exponential functions worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to work through situations involving exponential growth, decay and compound interest, as well as graph exponential growth and decay functions

Assessment: teacher observation, students application problems in groups

**Week 8**

**October 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Correct and Discuss work from yesterday (sub in the classroom)

3) Practice identifying and evaluating exponential functions

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student application problems in groups

**October 19th - Sub in the classroom**

1) Make Foldable

2) Finish Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

3) Extra Practice with Compound Interest and Exponential Growth and Decay

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student application problems in groups

**October 18th**

1) Warm-up review of yesterday's labs

2) Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student application problems in groups

**October 17th**

1) Introduction to exponential growth and decay with paper folding

2) Myth Busters video

3) Exponential growth and decay M&M lab

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student paper folding and M&M Labs

**October 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 2 Celebration

Objective: Students will be able to identify polynomials, write linear equations, graph polynomial functions, divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 2 Test

**Week 7**

**October 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check p215 #17-20 and 27-30 and go over any questions

3) Students generate review for chapter 2

Objective: Students will be able to identify polynomials, write linear equations, graph polynomial functions, divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, students will work to generate their own chapter 2 review

**October 11th - PSAT**

**October 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Read p202 and 203 examples 5 and 7

3) Try #27 on p215 and show me your work before moving on to p215 #27, 28, 29, 30 and one oblique asymptote graph

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, student refresher of rational root theorem in groups

**October 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Graphing Rational Functions with Oblique Asymtotes

3) p225 #27, 29, 30

Objective: Students should be able to graph rational functions with oblique asymptotes

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion

**Week 6**

**October 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) graphing Polynomials Sprint Cards

Objective: Students should be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, graphing polynomials sprint cards in groups

**October 5th**

1) Warm-up; p193 #9-12, 17 and 21

2) Factoring review

3) Discuss zeros and multiplicity

4) S2-3 p193 #34, 36, 38, 40 and 41

Objective: Students will be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, groups review factoring from Algebra 2, practice using clues to graph polynomials

**October 4th**

1) Warm-up: p193 #5 and 6

**1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations**

2) Discuss and present p193 #1-4 if not enough time yesterday

3) Notes and examples on end behavior, turning points and zeros

Objective: Students will be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points and zeros to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, groups brainstorm clues from Algebra 2 for graphing polynomials

**October 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

3) S2-3 p193 #1-4 all 1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations

4) Group presentations of graphing polynomials by transformations

Objective: Students will be able to use transformations to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, group practice and presentations of graphing polynomials using transformations

**October 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Function Matching Activity

3) p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions, as well as identify polynomial functions

Assessment: teacher observation, function matching in groups, group practice with identifying polynomials and writing linear equations

**Week 5**

**September 29th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of polynomial functions review, function matching in groups

**September 28th**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) Linear and Quadratic Function Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 1 Celebration

**September 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Sprint Card Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, sprint cards in groups

**September 26th**

1) Warm-up - #4 from chapter 1 review

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Review in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 1 review

**September 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on one-to-one functions

4) Notes and examples on determining if two functions are inverses graphically and algebraically

5) Homework: S1.5 p126 #9-12, 14-22 even, 23-31 all

Objective: Students will be able to find inverses, as well as determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on determining if functions are inverses, group practice with finding inverses

**Week 4**

**September 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions and work on corrections

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

Objective: Students will be able to compose functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on piecewise function homework quiz, group practice with function compositions

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on piecewise functions

4) Finish piecewise function worksheet for homework

**September 20th**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

**September 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check asymptote worksheet and go over any questions

3) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

**September 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Make foldable on graphing rational functions

3) Notes and example on finding vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and end behavior

4) Aysmptote and end behavior worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**Week 3**

**September 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Domain, Range and Continuity worksheet in groups

****3) Homework quiz on domain, range and continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify domain, range and the continuity of a functions

Assessment: teacher observation, group discussion on practice worksheet, homework quiz

**September 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on continuous functions

3) Group practice with continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify continuous and non continuous functions

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

**September 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check bookwork on Domain and Range and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on continuous functions

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function, as well as continuous and non continuous functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain, range and continuity

**September 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check and discuss back side of domain and range worksheet

3) Notes and examples on finding domain algebraically

4) p95 #95 #9-19 odd

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**September 11th**

1) Warm-up Function Reveiw

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Make Domain and Range tool

4) Domain and Range worksheet (graphically)

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**Week 2**

**September 8th**

1) Bracketology in groups

2) Students will design and name their roller coaster on paper in groups.

3) Gallery Walk of function family roller coasters.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**September 7th**

1) Students will continue to research the different function families

2) Watch the virtual roller coaster again with the task of identifying the functions from our list.

3) The students will compose a written reflection on which function they believe will be the most thrilling and why?

Objective: Students will be able to design a roller coaster using the function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group creation of function family roller coaster

**September 6th**

1) Warm-up: What makes a thrilling roller coaster ride?

2) Watch a virtual roller coaster ride from the Cedar Point website.

3) In a think/pair/share format students will revisit their function family graphic organizer and discuss how the functions relate to the driving question and create a list of questions that would need to be answered to design a roller coaster.

4) 4 corner roller coaster pictures

5) Students will create columns to research on the function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families through the real world application of roller coaster.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families and how they help to make a thrilling roller coaster ride

**September 5th**

1) Discuss syllabus (return signed tomorrow)

2) Think/pair/share of Function Families

3) Create function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**Week 1**

**May 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Reveiw

Objective: Students will be able to prove identities, evaluate sum and difference identities, solve trig functions, find missing angles and side lengths using Law of Sines and Cosines and find the area of a triangle.

Assessment: teacher observation and small group discussion over review

**May 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the area of a triangle

3) Area of a triangle Trashketball

Objective: Students will be able to find the area of a triangle.

Assessment: Students will have to check their work with me in order to be able to shoot for extra points for their team (trashketball).

**May 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Solving Trig Equations Tic-Tac-Toe

3) Law of Sines and Cosines Scavanger Hunt

Objective: Students will be able to find the missing angles and side lengths using Law of Sines and Cosines

Assessment: Students will check their tic-tac-toe solutions with their partner and must also check with me before proceeding onto the scavenger hunt. Also, students will not be able to proceed from one question to the next in the scavenger hunt without the correct answer.

**May 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Practice using Law of Cosines and check angles and side lengths with rulers and protractors

3) Law of Cosines coloring activity

Objective: Students will be able to find the missing angles and side lengths using Law of Cosines

Assessment: Students will be able to check their work on the Law of Cosine practice worksheet with rulers and protractors. I will also be able to quickly asses students work on the coloring activity by checking to see if their pictures are colored correctly.

**May 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Application problem of Acute Angle (won't be able to solve until the end of class)

2) Create triangles with spaghetti that can be solved by Law of SInes

3) Practice using Law of Sines and check angles and side lengths using rulers and protractors

4) Law of Sines coloring activity

Objective: Students will be able to find the missing angles and side lengths using Law of Sines

Assessment: Students will be able to check their work on the Law of Sine practice worksheet with rulers and protractors. I will also be able to quickly asses students work on the coloring activity by checking to see if their pictures are colored correctly.

**Week 16**

**May 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Notes and examples on angles of elevation and depression

4) Practice worksheet in groups

Week 13

**April 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Practice graphing tangent graphs

4) Pass out Chapter 1-4 Cumulative Review for students to begin working on

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine, cosine and tangent graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, cumulative review

**April 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) CYU and Practice worksheet on writing sine and cosine equations

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing sine and cosine graphs

**April 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Finish notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine graphs

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz, group practice with graphing sine and cosine graphs

**April 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Talk about memorization tricks for the unit circle

3) Notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine

Objective: Students will be able to graph sine and cosine graphs

Assessment: teacher observation, unit circle memorization quiz

**April 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Modeling Circular Motion

4) Work on creating the unit circle

Objective: Students will be able to develop the unit circle

Assessment: teacher observation, students will work in groups to find the degrees, radians and coordinate pairs of the unit circle

**Week 12**

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

**April 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Students will work in groups on a worksheet about finding trig functions of any angle

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions of any angle

Assessment: teacher observation, practice worksheet with evaluating trig functions in groups

2) Notes and examples on S4.3 Finding Trig Functions of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions of any angle

Assessment: teacher observation, practice with evaluating trig functions in groups

**April 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on S4.3 Finding Trig Functions of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions of any angle

Assessment: teacher observation, practice with evaluating trig functions in groups

**April 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Right Triangle Memorization Quiz

3) Check homework and go over any questions

4) Homework Quiz

5) S4.2 p336 #61 and 62 followed by student presentation of work

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, special right triangle memorization quiz, homework quiz, application problems with trig functions

**April 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Examples of Trigonometric Ratios

3) SOH CAH TOA video

4) S4.2 p335 #2-24 even, 42-48 even and read p332-334 and try #56 and 58

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, practice with evaluating trig functions in groups

**Week 11**

**April 14th - No Class**

**April 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups followed by section 4.2 Notes

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, discovering SOH CAH TOA lab in groups followed by class discussion

**April 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework (practice from M&M lab) and go over questions

3) Begin discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups

Objective: Students will be able to convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees, as well as evaluate trig functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of M&M Lab, discovering SOH CAH TOA lab in groups

**April 11th - SAT**

**April 10th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Warm-up: Degrees vs. Radians

3) Discovering the Radian M&M lab

Objective: Students will be able to convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of article, M&M Lab

**Week 10**

**March 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

3) S3.4 p289 #1-22 all

Objective: Students will be able to expand and condense logarithms

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups on expanding and condensing logarithms

**March 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Gallery Walk to check homework

3) Begin notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

Objective: Students will be able to graph logarithmic functions, as well as expand and condense logarithms

Assessment: teacher observation, gallery walk of graphs of logarithmic functions

**March 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphs of logarithmic functions

4) S3.3 p281 #37-40 all, 41, 43, 51, 56

Objective: Students will be able to graph logarithmic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups on graphing logarithmic functions

**March 21st - Sophomores Gone**

1) Warm-up

2) L3.3 p281 #1-36 all, p289 #23-28 all

Objective: Students will be able to change between logarithm and exponential form, as well as use the change of base formula

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups on evaluating logarithmic expressions

**March 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check transformations of exponentail functions worksheet and go over questions

3) Notes and examples on S3.3 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

Objective: Students will be able to graph exponential functions, as well as change between logarithm and exponential form

Assessment: teacher observation, student presentations of transformations of exponential graphs

**Week 8**

**March 17th**

1) Warm-up: p261 #1-6

2) Practice graphing transformations of exponential functions

3) Notes and examples on S3.3 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

Objective: Students will be able to graph both exponential and logarithmic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, students work in groups to graph logarithmic functions using transformations

**March 16th - 1/2 Day (No Class)**

**March 15th**

1) Warm-up: Practice with exponential growth, exponential decay and compound interest

2) Identifying exponential growth and decay, as well as transformations of exponential functions worksheet

Objective: Students will be able to work through situations involving exponential growth, decay and compound interest, as well as graph exponential growth and decay functions

Assessment: teacher observation, students application problems in groups

**March 14th**

1) Warm-up review of yesterday's labs

2) Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

3) Make foldable

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student application problems in groups

**March 13th**

1) Introduction to exponential growth and decay with paper folding

2) Myth Busters video

3) Exponential growth and decay M&M lab

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student paper folding and M&M Labs

**Week 7**

**March 10th**

1) Warm-up review of yesterday's labs

2) Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

3) Make foldable

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student application problems in groups

**March 9th**

1) Introduction to exponential growth and decay with paper folding

2) Myth Busters video

3) Exponential growth and decay M&M lab

Objective: Students will be able to identify examples of exponential growth and decay

Assessment: teacher observation, student paper folding and M&M Labs

**March 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 2 Celebration

Objective: Students will be able to identify polynomials, write linear equations, graph polynomial functions, divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 2 Test

**March 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check p215 #17-20 and 27-30 and go over any questions

3) Students generate review for chapter 2

Objective: Students will be able to identify polynomials, write linear equations, graph polynomial functions, divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, students will work to generate their own chapter 2 review

**March 6th**

1) Finish Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division Scavenger Hunt

2) Read p202 and 203 examples 5 and 7

3) Try #27 on p215 and show me your work before moving on to p215 #17-20 and 28, 29, 30

Objective: Students will be able to divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division, as well as be able to solve polynomials using the rational root theorem

Assessment: teacher observation, groups work to finish scavenger hunt, student refresher of rational root theorem in groups

**Week 6**

**March 3rd**

1) Warm-up; p193 #9-12, 17 and 21

2) Factoring review

3) Discuss zeros and multiplicity

4) S2-3 p193 #34, 36, 38, 40 and 41

Objective: Students will be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points, zeros and multiplicity to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, groups review factoring from Algebra 2, practice using clues to graph polynomials

**March 2nd**

1) Warm-up: p193 #5 and 6

**1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations**

2) Discuss and present p193 #1-4 if not enough time yesterday

3) Notes and examples on end behavior, turning points and zeros

Objective: Students will be able to use clues such as end behavior, turning points and zeros to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, groups brainstorm clues from Algebra 2 for graphing polynomials

**March 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

3) S2-3 p193 #1-4 all 1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations

4) Group presentations of graphing polynomials by transformations

Objective: Students will be able to use transformations to graph polynomials

Assessment: teacher observation, group practice and presentations of graphing polynomials using transformations

**February 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Function Matching Activity

3) p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions, as well as identify polynomial functions

Assessment: teacher observation, function matching in groups, group practice with identifying polynomials and writing linear equations

**February 27th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

Objective: Students will be able to both write equations and graph linear and quadratic functions

Assessment: teacher observation, class discussion of polynomial functions review, function matching in groups

**Week 5**

**February 24th**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) Linear and Quadratic Function Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, Chapter 1 Celebration

**February 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Sprint Card Review

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, sprint cards in groups

**February 22nd**

1) Warm-up - #4 from chapter 1 review

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 Review in groups

Objective: Students will be able to graph rational functions, graph piecewise functions, find inverses and determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion of chapter 1 review

**February 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on one-to-one functions

4) Notes and examples on determining if two functions are inverses graphically and algebraically

5) Homework: S1.5 p126 #9-12, 14-22 even, 23-31 all

Objective: Students will be able to find inverses, as well as determine if functions are inverses

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on determining if functions are inverses, group practice with finding inverses

**February 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions and work on corrections

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

Objective: Students will be able to compose functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on piecewise function homework quiz, group practice with function compositions

**Week 4**

**February 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

**February 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on piecewise functions

4) Finish piecewise function worksheet for homework

**February 15th - No Class 1/2 day**

**February 14th**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

**February 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check asymptote worksheet and go over any questions

3) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

**Week 3**

**February 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Make foldable on graphing rational functions

3) Notes and example on finding vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and end behavior

4) Aysmptote and end behavior worksheet in groups

Objective: Students will be able to domain, range, continuity, asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and end behavior

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on continuity, asymptotes and end behavior

**February 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Domain, Range and Continuity worksheet in groups

****3) Homework quiz on domain, range and continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify domain, range and the continuity of a functions

Assessment: teacher observation, group discussion on practice worksheet, homework quiz

**February 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on continuous functions

3) Group practice with continuity

Objective: Students will be able to identify continuous and non continuous functions

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

**February 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check bookwork on Domain and Range and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on continuous functions

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function, as well as continuous and non continuous functions

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain, range and continuity

**February 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check and discuss back side of domain and range worksheet

3) Notes and examples on finding domain algebraically

4) p95 #95 #9-19 odd

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**Week 2**

**February 3rd**

1) Discusion of gallery walk of function family roller coasters.

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Make Domain and Range tool

4) Domain and Range worksheet (graphically)

Objective: Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on calculating a functions domain and range

**February 2nd**

1) Bracketology in groups

2) Students will design and name their roller coaster on paper in groups.

3) Gallery Walk of function family roller coasters.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**February 1st**

1) Students will continue to research the different function families

2) Watch the virtual roller coaster again with the task of identifying the functions from our list.

3) The students will compose a written reflection on which function they believe will be the most thrilling and why?

Objective: Students will be able to design a roller coaster using the function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group creation of function family roller coaster

**January 31st**

1) Warm-up: What makes a thrilling roller coaster ride?

2) Watch a virtual roller coaster ride from the Cedar Point website.

3) In a think/pair/share format students will revisit their function family graphic organizer and discuss how the functions relate to the driving question and create a list of questions that would need to be answered to design a roller coaster.

4) 4 corner roller coaster pictures

5) Students will create columns to research on the function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families through the real world application of roller coaster.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families and how they help to make a thrilling roller coaster ride

**January 30th**

1) Discuss syllabus (return signed tomorrow)

2) Think/pair/share of Function Families

3) Create function family graphic organizer

Objective: Students will be able to identify the 12 basic function families.

Assessment: teacher observation, small group and class discussion on function families

**Week 1**

**May 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Notes and Examples on Sum and Difference Identities

**May 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Proving Trig Identities Quiz

**May 18th**

1) Finish Proving Identities Sprint Cards

2) Proving Trig Identities Worksheet #2

**May 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Gallery Walk of 5-1 Proving Identities Worksheet

3) Proving Identities Sprint Cards

**May 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish 5-1 Proving Identities Worksheet

**Week 16**

**May 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check student work from yesterday.

3) Students will work in groups on 5-1 Proving Identities Worksheet

**May 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes on Fundamental Identities

3) Students will work in groups to prove the identities that they found were true on their calculators yesterday.

**May 11th**

Substitute in the classroom - work on final exam review

**May 10th**

Substitute in the classroom - work on final exam review

**May 9th**

1) Pass back chapter 4 tests and go over any questions.

2) Students will work in groups on recognizing identities using their graphing calculators (2 worksheets).

**Week 15**

**May 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

**May 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Check and discuss angle of elevation and depression worksheet

4) Work on chapter 1-4 Cumulative Review

**May 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Notes and examples on angles of elevation and depression

4) Practice worksheet in groups

**May 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Review tangent graphs

4) Practice graphing cotangent, cosecant and secant graphs

5) L4.5 p366 #13-16 in groups

**May 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Practice graphing tangent graphs

4) Pass out Chapter 1-4 Cumulative Review for students to begin working on

**Week 14**

**April 29th - 1/2 Day**

School Assembly

**April 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) CYU and Practice worksheet on writing sine and cosine equations

**April 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Finish notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine graphs

**April 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Talk about memorization tricks for the unit circle

3) Notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine

**April 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Modeling Circular Motion

3) Work on creating the unit circle

**Week 13**

**April 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Modeling Circular Motion

3) Work on creating the unit circle

**April 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Students will work in groups on a worksheet about finding trig functions of any angle

**April 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on S4.3 Finding Trig Functions of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even

**April 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) S4.2 p336 #61 and 62 followed by student presentation of work

**April 18th**

1) Special Right Triangle Memorization Quiz

2) Examples of Trigonometric Ratios

3) SOH CAH TOA video

4) S4.2 p335 #2-24 even, 42-48 even and read p332-334 and try #56 and 58

**Week 12**

**April 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups followed by section 4.2 Notes

**April 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework (practice from M&M lab) and go over questions

2) Begin discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups

**April 13th**

SAT

**April 12th**

SAT

**April 11th**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Warm-up: Degrees vs. Radians

3) Discovering the Radian M&M lab

**Week 11**

**April 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 3 Celebration

**March 31st**

1) S3.5 p301 #2-18 even

2) Mathematics of Finance Worksheet

3) Chapter 3 Review

**March 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) MATHO (practice with solving logarithmic and exponential equations)

**March 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

**March 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

3) S3.4 p289 #1-22 all

**Week 10**

**March 25th - No School**

**March 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Gallery Walk to check homework

3) Begin notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

**March 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphs of logarithmic functions

4) S3.3 p281 #37-40 all, 41, 43, 51, 56

**March 22nd - Sophomores Gone**

1) Graphing Exponentials Worksheet #15-21 odd

2) L3.3 p281 #1-36 all, p289 #23-28 all

**March 21st**

1) Warm-up: p261 #1-6

2) Practice graphing transformations of exponential functions

3) Notes and examples on S3.3 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

**Week 9**

**March 18th**

1) Warm-up: Practice with exponential growth, exponential decay and compound interest

2) Identifying exponential growth and decay, as well as transformations of exponential functions worksheet

**March 17th**

1) Warm-up review of yesterday's labs

2) Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

3) Make foldable

**March 16th**

1) Introduction to exponential growth and decay with paper folding

2) Myth Busters video

3) Exponential growth and decay M&M lab

**March 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 2 Celebration

**March 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check p215 #17-20 and 27-30 and go over any questions

3) 4-3-2-1 Review

**Week 8**

**March 11th**

1) Finish Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division Scavenger Hunt

2) Read p202 and 203 examples 5 and 7

3) Try #27 on p215 and show me your work before moving on to p215 #17-20 and 28, 29, 30

**March 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division Scavenger Hunt

**March 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on polynomial long division and synthetic division

3) Begin Polynomial Long Division Scavenger Hunt

**March 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Graphing Polynomials Homework Quiz

3) Review Synthetic Division

**March 7th**

1) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Graphing polynomials sprint cards in groups

**Week 7**

**March 4th**

1) Warm-up; p193 #9-12, 17 and 21

2) Factoring review

3) Discuss zeros and multiplicity

4) S2-3 p193 #34, 36, 38, 40 and 41

**March 3rd**

1) Warm-up: p193 #5 and 6

**1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations**

2) Discuss p193 #1-4

3) Notes and examples on end behavior, turning points and zeros

**March 2nd - Snow Day!**

**March 1st - Snow Day!**

**February 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

3) S2-3 p193 #1-4 all 1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations

**Week 6**

**February 26th - Snow Day**

**February 25th - Snow Day**

**February 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish Function Matching Activity

3) p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

**February 23rd**

1) Pass back tests and discuss retake process

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

**February 22nd**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) SAT Practice

**Week 5**

**February 19th**

1) Warm-up - #5-9 on the Chapter Review

2) Chapter 1 Sprint Card Review

**February 18th**

1) Warm-up - #4 from chapter 1 review

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on finding the inverse of a function

**February 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on one-to-one functions

3) Notes and examples on determining if two functions are inverses graphically and algebraically

4) Homework: S1.5 p126 #27, 28, 29, 31

**February 16th**

1) Warm-up on Piecewise Functions

2) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

3) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

February 15th

1) Pass back homework quiz from last week. Students will make corrections in their groups.

2) Check 12 Basic Functions Worksheet and discuss

3) Begin reviewing relations and functions

1) Pass back homework quiz from last week. Students will make corrections in their groups.

2) Check 12 Basic Functions Worksheet and discuss

3) Begin reviewing relations and functions

**Week 4**

**February 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

**February 11th**

1) Make foldable for graphing rational functions

2) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on piecewise functions

4) Finish piecewise function worksheet for homework

**February 10th**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

4) Read p99-101 and work on 12 Basic Functions Worksheet

**February 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check asymptote worksheet and go over any questions

3) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

**February 8th**

1) Students will put Section 1.2 p95 #12, 19, 21, 22, 26 - 54 even on the board for discussion.

2) Notes and examples on asymptotes and end behavior.

3) Asymptote worksheet in groups

**Week 3**

**February 5th**

1) Students will work on corrections on mini domain, range and continuity quiz

2) Class discussion on vocabulary sheets from reading

3) Students will work in groups on Section 1.2 p95 #12, 19, 21, 22, 26 - 54 even.

**February 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Mini domain, range and continuity quiz

****3) Read p86-92 about increasing/decreasing intervals, boundedness, local and absolute extrema and symmetry with vocabulary sheets to help guide reading.

**February 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on continuous functions

3) Group practice with continuity

**February 2nd**

1) Warm-up - Finish back side of domain and range worksheets and discuss

2) Notes and examples on continuous functions

**February 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Front side of Domain and Range worksheet in groups

3) Students will put their work on the board for class discussion

**Week 2**

**January 29th**

1) Gallery Walk to check homework

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Notes and examples on finding the domain and range of a function

**January 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's present work for p17 #19 and 27

3) Group work: p25 #5-10, 16, 17, 20, 25, 27, 41 and 43, p36 #7, 9, 15, 23, 65

**January 27th**

1) Students will put group work/answers from yesterday's homework on the board for discussion.

2) Vocabulary review of linear function in groups followed by class discussion.

3) Group work: p17 #19 and 27,

**January 26th**

1) Read section P.1 p3-9

2) Notes and examples on interval set notation

3) Group review work: p9-11 #6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 20, 26, 28, 38, 40, 41, 48, 49, 50, 67-72 (whatever is not completed in class will be homework)

**January 25th**

1) Getting to Know You

2) Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) Real Number puzzle in groups

**Week 1**

**January 22nd**

No Class

**January 21st**

Final Exam

**January 20th**

Begin Final Exam

**January 19th**

Final Exam Review

**January 18th**

No Class

**Week 18**

**January 15th**

1) Warm-up - Final Exam Review

2) Methods of Counting Quiz

**January 14th**

1) Warm-up - Final Exam Review

2) Methods of Counting Investigation 1 Problem 4, 5 and 6

3) OYO and student presentation of work

**January 13th**

1) Warm-up - Final Exam Review

2) Methods of Counting Investigation 1 Problems 2 and 3

**January 12th**

Snow Day!

**January 11th**

1) Warm-up - Final Exam Review

2) Methods of Counting Think About This and Investigation 1 Problem 1

**Week 17**

**January 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 5 Part B Celebration

**January 7th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on finding the area of a triangle

3) Area of a triangle Trashketball

**January 6th**

1) Warm-up

2) Mixed Law of Sines and Cosines practice

**January 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discovering Law of Cosines

3) Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Practice Worksheet

**January 4th**

1) Pass back tests and go over questions

2) Discovering Law of Sines

3) Application of Law of Sines Worksheet and p440 #40

**Week 16**

**December 18th**

1) Chapter 5 part 1 Celebration

**December 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Work on chapter 5 part 1 Review

**December 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on solving trig equations

3) Solving trig equations worksheet in groups

**December 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on solving trig equations

3) Solving trig equations worksheet in groups

**December 14th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check work from sub on Thursday and go over any questions

3) Work in groups to prove double-angle identities

4) Begin notes on solving trig equations

**Week 15**

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

**December 10th**

1) Substitute in classroom - Trig identity worksheet and p425 #1-9 odd and 11-15 all

**December 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) More practice with Sum and Difference Identities

**December 8th**

1) Warm-up

2) Pass back quizzes and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on sum and difference identities

4) L5-3 p425 #2-10 even

**December 7th**

1) Warm-up - Trig Identity Puzzles

2) Trig Identity quiz

**Week 14**

**December 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Discuss/check sprint cards if needed

3) Proving Identities Quiz

3) Begin notes and examples on Sum and Difference Identities

**December 3rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Student presentation of classwork/homework on board

3) Proving Identities Sprint Cards

**December 2nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check student work from yesterday.

3) Students will work in groups on 5-1 Proving Identities Worksheet

**December 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes on Fundamental Identities

3) Students will work in groups to prove the identities that they found were true on their calculators yesterday.

**November 30th**

1) Pass back chapter 4 tests and go over any questions.

2) Students will work in groups on recognizing identities using their graphing calculators (2 worksheets).

**Week 13**

**November 27th**

No School

No School

**November 26th**

No School

No School

**November 25th**

No Class - 1/2 Day of School

No Class - 1/2 Day of School

**November 24th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 4 Celebration

**November 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapters 1-4 Cumulative Review

**Week 12**

**November 20th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Check and discuss angle of elevation and depression worksheet

4) Begin working on chapter 1-4 Cumulative Review

**November 19th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Notes and examples on angles of elevation and depression

4) Practice worksheet in groups

**November 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Review tangent graphs

4) Practice graphing cotangent, cosecant and secant graphs

5) L4.5 p366 #13-16 in groups

**November 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Practice graphing tangent graphs

**November 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Unit Circle Memorization Quiz

3) Finish notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine graphs

4) CYU in groups

**Week 11**

**November 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Talk about memorization tricks for the unit circle

3) Notes and examples on graphing sine and cosine graphs

**November 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Modeling Circular Motion

3) Work on creating the unit circle

**November 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over questions

3) Students will work in groups on a worksheet about finding trig functions of any angle

**November 10th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on S4.3 Finding Trig Functions of Any Angle

3) S4.3 p347 #26-36 even

**November 9th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz

4) S4.2 p336 #61 and 62 followed by student presentation of work

**Week 10**

**November 6th**

1) Special Right Triangle Memorization Quiz

2) Examples of Trigonometric Ratios

3) SOH CAH TOA video

4) S4.2 p335 #2-24 even, 42-48 even and read p332-334 and try #56 and 58

**November 5th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups followed by section 4.2 Note

**November 4th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework (practice from M&M lab) and go over questions

2) Begin discovering SOH CAH TOA in groups

**November 3rd**

NO SCHOOL

**November 2nd**

1) Pass back tests and go over any questions

2) Warm-up: Degrees vs. Radians

3) Discovering the Radian M&M lab

**Week 9**

**October 30th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 3 Celebration

**October 29th**

1) S3.5 p301 #2-18 even

2) Mathematics of Finance Worksheet

3) Chapter 3 Review

**October 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) MATHO (practice with solving logarithmic and exponential equations)

**October 27th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations

**October 26th**

1) Warm-up

2) Gallery Walk to check homework

3) Notes and examples on properties of logarithmic functions

4) S3.4 p289 #1-22 all

**Week 8**

**October 23rd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on graphs of logarithmic functions

4) S3.3 p281 #37-40 all, 41, 43, 51, 56

**October 22nd**

1) Warm-up: p261 #1-6

2) Notes and examples on S3.3 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

3) S3.3 p281 #1-36 all and p289 #23-28 all

**October 21st**

1) Warm-up: Practice with exponential growth, exponential decay and compound interest

2) Identifying exponential growth and decay, as well as transformations of exponential functions worksheet

**October 20th**

1) Warm-up review of yesterday's labs

2) Population Growth, Radioactive Urikium Spill and Monetary Growth problems in groups

3) Make foldable

**October 19th**

1) Introduction to exponential growth and decay with paper folding

2) Myth Busters video

3) Exponential growth and decay M&M lab

**Week 7**

**October 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Chapter 2 Celebration

**October 15th**

1) Check p215 #17-20 and 27-30 and go over any questions

2) Homework Quiz

3) 4-3-2-1 Review

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**October 14th**

1) Finish Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division Scavenger Hunt

2) Read p202 and 203 examples 5 and 7

3) Try #27 on p215 and show me your work before moving on to p215 #17-20 and 28, 29, 30

**October 13th**

1) Warm-up

2) Polynomial Long Division and Synthetic Division Scavenger Hunt

**October 12th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on polynomial long division and synthetic division

**Week 6**

**October 9th**

1) Check homework and go over any questions

2) Graphing polynomials sprint cards in groups

**October 8th**

1) Warm-up; p193 #9-12, 17 and 21

2) Factoring review

3) Discuss zeros and multiplicity

4) S2-3 p193 #34, 36, 38, 40 and 41

**October 7th**

1) Warm-up: p193 #5 and 6

2) Discuss p193 #1-4

3) Notes and examples on end behavior, turning points and zeros

**October 6th**

1) Warm-up: p169 #1-6 all and 8-12 even

2) Finish function matching

3) S 2-3 p193 #1-4 all 1) graph parent function, 2) describe transformations, 3) graph new function using the transformations

**October 5th**

1) Pass back tests and discuss retake process

2) Linear and quadratic function review in groups

3) Function matching activity

**Week 5**

**October 2nd**

1) Chapter 1 Celebration

2) SAT Practice

**October 1st**

1) Warm-up

2) Check chapter 1 review and go over any questions

3) Chapter 1 sprint cards in groups

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**September 30th**

1) Warm-up - #8 and 9 from chapter 1 review

2) Notes and examples on finding the inverse of a function

3) Homework: Chapter 1 Review

**September 29th**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on one-to-one functions

3) Notes and examples on determining if two functions are inverses graphically and algebraically

4) Homework: S1.5 p126 #27, 28, 29, 31

**September 28th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check homework and go over any questions

3) More practice with compositions

**Week 4**

**September 25th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check Homework and go over any questions

3) Homework Quiz on Piecewise Functions

4) Notes and examples on function operations and function compositions

5) S1.4 p116-117 #2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19

**September 24th**

1) Make foldable for graphing rational functions

2) Pass back homework quiz and make corrections

3) Notes and examples on piecewise functions

4) Finish piecewise function worksheet for homework

**September 23rd**

1) Finish posters of graphing rational functions

2) Gallery Walk and discussion of posters

3) Homework Quiz on graphing rational functions

4) Read p99-101 and work on 12 Basic Functions Worksheet

**September 22nd**

1) Warm-up

2) Check asymptote worksheet and go over any questions

3) Groups will work on graphing rational functions on p95 #55, 56, 57, 59 and 61 and make posters of their work.

**September 21st**

1) Warm-up

2) Notes and examples on asymptotes and end behavior.

3) Asymptote worksheet in groups

**4) Progress Report sent home! Needs to be signed and returned.**

**Week 3**

**September 18th**

1) Warm-up

2) Students will work in groups on Section 1.2 p95 #12, 19, 21, 22, 26 - 54 even.

3) Check homework and go over any questions

3) Begin notes and examples on asymptotes and end behavior.

**September 17th**

1) Warm-up

2) Finish notes and examples on continuous functions

3) Read p86-92 about increasing/decreasing intervals, boundedness, local and absolute extrema and symmetry with vocabulary sheets to help guide reading.

**September 16th**

1) Warm-up

2) Check domain and range worksheet and go over any questions

3) Notes and examples on continuous functions

**September 15th**

1) Warm-up

2) Domain and Range worksheet in groups (whatever is not completed is homework)

**September 14th**

1) Gallery Walk to check homework

2) Function review and standardized test prep in groups

3) Notes and examples on finding the domain and range of a function

**Week 2**

**September 11th**

1) Warm-up

2) Student's present work for p17 #19 and 27

3) Group work: p25 #5-10, 16, 17, 20, 25, 27, 41 and 43, p36 #7, 9, 15, 23, 65

**September 10th**

1) Students will put group work/answers from yesterday's homework on the board for discussion.

2) Vocabulary review of linear function in groups followed by class discussion.

3) Group work: p17 #19 and 27,

**September 9th**

1) Read section P.1 p3-9

2) Notes and examples on interval set notation

3) Group review work: p9-11 #6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 20, 26, 28, 38, 40, 41, 48, 49, 50, 67-72 (whatever is not completed in class will be homework)

**September 8th**

1) Getting to Know You

2) Syllabus (please return signed tomorrow)

3) Real Number puzzle in groups

**Week 1**

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