•  Unit 7: Quadratics, CAASPP Testing, & Semester 2 Finals

     

     Timeline: April 8 - June 7, 2019

    Homework Sheet

    Unit 7 Review Skills Worksheet

    Key Skills

    • Identify key elements of a parabola
    • Transform quadratic equations between any of the three forms: standard, vertex, and factored.
    • Graph quadratic functions given equations in standard form, vertex form, & factored form.
    • Write equations for parabolas.
    • Solve quadratic equations by factoring, taking the square root, completing the square, & using the quadratic formula.
    • Solve real-world applications, such as finding dimensions given area and objects under the force of gravity.
    • Solve system of equations (quadratic-quadratic and quadratic-linear).
    • Compare quadratic, linear, and exponential scenarios.

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    CIA: Graphing Quadratic Functions - Friday, April 19th

    Performance Task: Quadratic Functions - Tuesday, May 21st

    CIA: Solving with Quadratic Functions - Thursday, May 23rd

    Semester 2 Final - Wednesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 30th

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    Unit 6: Polynomials and Factoring

     

     Timeline: February 19 - March 23, 2019

    Homework Sheet

    Key Skills

    • Identify type of polynomial, its leading term, and its leading coefficient.
    • Add, subtract, & multiply polynomials.
    • Factor binomials, trinomials, and four-term polynomials.

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    CIA, part 1: Basic Operations with PolynomialsWednesday, March 6th

    Performance Task - Tuesday, March 19th

    (Application Problem)

    CIA, part 2: Factoring Polynomials - Thursday, March 22nd

  • Unit 5: Exponential Functions

     Timeline: January 24th - February 14th, 2019

    Homework Sheet

    Key Skills

    • Identify whether a sequence is geometric.
    • Write explicit and recursive equations for a geometric sequence.
    • Determine given value within a geometric sequence.
    • Graph exponential functions.
    • Understand how changing the parameters of an exponential function affect the graph of its parent function.
    • Write algebraic models to represent exponential scenarios that are stated verbally or graphically.
    • Distinguish between linear and exponential functions given in the following forms: tables of values, graphs, and equations.

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    Writing Recursive and Explicit Rules for a Geometric Sequence - Wednesday, January 30th

    (5 questions: Identify type of sequence & give next term, write a recursive rule, an explicit rule, and determine a given value for a geometric sequence)

     Graphing Exponential Functions - Tuesday, February 5th

    (Matching verbal or algebraic representations to graphic representations & Graphing an exponential equation) - Look at CIA Review #2, 5, 7 - 17 odds for practice.

    Performance Task - Tuesday, February 12th

    (Application Problem)

    CIA Thursday, February 14th

  • Unit 4: Exponents and Scientific Notation

     Timeline: December 17th, 2018 - January 23rd, 2019

    Homework Sheet

    Key Skills

    • Simplify powers involving integer exponents.
    • Simplify expressions involving rational exponents and radicals.
    • Use exponent rules to simplify products/quotients/powers involving powers.
    • Convert numbers between standard form & scientific notation.
    • Interpret answers generated by technology.
    • Determine how many times bigger/smaller one number is than another.
    • Solve problems with numbers written in scientific notation using basic operations (addition/subtraction/multiplication/division).

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    Exponents and Radicals - Friday, January 11

    Scientific Notation and Applications of Exponents - Wednesday, January 23

  • Unit 3: Systems of Linear Equations & Inequalities and Semester 1 Final

     Timeline: November 9th - December 14th

    Homework Sheet

    Key Skills

    • Understand the solution to a system is the point(s) that are solutions to all equations/inequalities in the system.
    • Solve linear systems of equations by graphing, substitution, & elimination.
    • Solve linear systems of inequalities by graphing.
    • Interpret the solution to a system in a given scenario.

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    Solving Linear Systems of Equations - Thursday, November 29

    Unit 3 CIA - Friday, December 7

    Semester 1 Final - Thursday, December 13, and Friday, December 14

    Semester 1 Final Answer Key

  • Unit 2: Number Systems cont., Functions & Models, & Linear Equations in Two Variables, Including Scatter Plots

     Timeline: September 17th - November 8th

    Homework Sheet

    Key Skills

    • Identify to which number system(s) a given number belongs & explain why it belongs there.
    • Be able to explain the difference between rational and irrational numbers.
    • Estimating roots that are irrational.
    • Convert repeating decimals into fractions.
    • Locate on a number line and compare the size of any real numbers.
    • Interpret and compare data described using different models: verbal descriptions, numeric descriptions/tables, algebraic expressions/equations, graphs, & visuals.
    • Interpret intercepts, maximums, & minimums (constraints) in context.
    • Determine domain (inputs) and range (outputs) for given graphs.
    • Determine rates of change (constant versus variable).
    • Explain the difference between relations and functions. Use vertical line test.
    • Identify, interpret, and evaluate functions. Use function notation. 
    • Graph linear, quadratic, exponential, square root, cube root, absolute value linear, and step functions using table of values.
    • Graph and describe piece-wise functions, such as distance-time graphs.
    • Write function rules (equations).
    • Find the inverse function of a given linear function.
    • Identify odd and even functions.
    • Identify the effect of changing parameters of a given function on its graph.
    • Graph linear equations in slope-intercept form and in standard form.
    • Write equations using slope-intercept form or point-slope formula given a graph, table of values, or scenario.
    • Write equations for lines parallel or perpendicular lines to given lines.
    • Interpret rate of change as slope of line.
    • Determine whether an equation represents a proportional or non-proportional relationship.  State the constant of proportionality when appropriate.
    • Construct and interpret scatter plots.  Describe patterns (clustering and outliers). Determine association (positive, negative, linear, nonlinear) and, if linear, the line of best fit.  Use the correlation coefficient to determine how well a model fits the data. Understand the difference between correlation and causation. Distinguish between interpolation and extrapolation.
    • Identify whether a sequence of numbers is arithmetic.
    • Write explicit and recursive equations for given linear sequences.

     

    Assessment Dates & Reviews (Click on assessment title to access its review)

    Number Systems & Estimating Roots - Tuesday, September 25th

    Functions, Interpreting Graphs, & Review - Thursday, October 11th

    Graph Families & Key Components - Tuesday, October 23rd

    Unit 2 CIA - Friday, November 2nd

    Scatter Plots and Parallel/Perpendicular Lines - Thursday, November 8th

  • Unit 1: Solving Linear Equations & Inequalities in One Variable; Number Systems

    Timeline: August 15th - September 13th

    Homework Sheet

    Homework Change:

    Tuesday, Aug. 21 - only do pp.7-8 and cross off the "For the situation below..." problem

    Key Skills

    • Understand sets and use set notation. (Sections 1-3, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8)
    • Identify to which number system(s) a given number belongs & explain why it belongs there. (Section 1-3)
    • Be able to explain the difference between rational and irrational numbers. (Section 1-3)
    • Evaluate roots when perfect square/cube radicands. (Section 1-3 for square roots/notes for cube roots)
    • Choose appropriate level of numerical accuracy in real-world applications (use dimensional analysis & perform error analysis). (p. 122 & Section 2-10)
    • Solve linear equations & inequalities involving rational numbers (Sections 1-8, 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 2-7, 3-1, 3-2, 3-3)
    • Justify each step in the solving process. (Handout)
    • Solve for a specified variable given a literal equation (Section 2-5)
    • Solve compound linear inequalities & graph their solutions on a number line. (Section 3-6)
    • Solve linear equations and inequalities involving absolute value. (Section 3-7)
    • Apply the above topics to answer questions involving real-world situations.

    Reviews & Assessment Dates

    Solving Linear Problems & Identifying Properties - Friday, August 31st

    Review

    Unit 1 CIA (Common Interim Assessment) - Thursday, September 13th

    Review

    On the answer key, the answers for #25 and #26 should be written as "y =" so replace the f-1(x) with y.