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In the Titles:

- Roman Numerals refer to Chapter Numbers.
- Letters refer to Sections within a Chapter.

# Algebra 2 (Honors) - Spring 2019

## Unit: Algebra Review

**Jan 07 Class Introduction**

- Standards:
- Learning Outcome(s): Define Algebra 2
- Vocabulary: Variable, Solve, Ratio, Proportion
- Activities/Tasks:

- Teacher takes Role as students pass out and fill out Info Sheets
- Teacher defines Algebra 2 – Compare/contrast with previous classes
- Whole-class instruction: Teacher reads/explains PROWL and reviews dress code using student planners and class policy as references. "What is Mr. Leeson's favorite letter?" ("O")
- Class (with teacher participating as well) plays the Live Multiple Choice game - moving to A,B,C,D to answer Icebreaker questions posted on Pro Board.
- Teacher Introduces Classroom procedures: seating assignments, turning in work, and reviewing HW, fire escape, ...

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 08 Introduction to Algebra 2 and Solving for x**

- Standards:
- Learning Outcome(s):
- Vocabulary:
- Activities/Tasks:

- Whole-class instruction: Teacher reads/explains Class Policy, PROWL, and school rules. Review Classroom procedures: seating assignments, turning in work, and reviewing HW, group problems, etc.
- Whole-class instruction: Discuss/define Tier 2 terms that help introduce the course, in notes. List the "Order of Operations". Review how and WHY to solve for x.
- Cooperative: Each group is handed a list of problems that must be solved. To review Algebra 1, they should help each other so that each student can solve each type of problem in the future.

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 09 Introduction to Algebra 2, (1.1) Symbols vs. Math**

- Standards: SCI.9.SI.1 Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic

- SCI.9.SI.3 Plan and record step-by-step procedures for a valid investigation, select equipment and materials, and identify variables and controls

- Learning Outcome(s): Define Physical Science and Scientific Method
- Vocabulary: Scientific Method, Experimental Design (2)
- Activities/Tasks:

- Walk-in-Problems: questions about Scientific Method steps.
- Whole-class instruction: Teacher reads/explains Class Policy, PROWL, and school rules. Review Classroom procedures: seating assignments, turning in work, and reviewing HW, group problems, etc.
- Whole-class instruction: Discuss/define Tier 2 terms that help introduce the course, in notes: Variables, Constants, Dependent Variable, Independent Variable, Control, Placebo, Double Blind.
- Cooperative: Each group is handed a problem and must use Scientific reasoning to create an experiment to help solve the problem, then present their ideas to the class.
- Assign HW, go over first steps taken, remind class when HW is due

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 10 Pre-Test and Intro to Counting**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Groups design and perform the Pendulum lab
- Review for quiz tomorrow.

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing.
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 11 (1.1)Counting, adding, subtracting and multiplying in different bases. (1.2) Review of Exponents**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Groups design and perform the Pendulum lab
- Review for quiz tomorrow.

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing.
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 14 (1.2) Order of Operations Review and (1.3) Solving Linear Equations with 1 variable**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Unguided Practice from the previous day: Students request problems to be solved, by writing problems on the board. Teacher checks for completeness. Teacher solves problems requested by students.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher or Volunteer Student works more problems, silently, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing.
- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 15 (1.4) Solving Equations with more than 1 variable.**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Unguided Practice from the previous day: Students request problems to be solved, by writing problems on the board. Teacher checks for completeness. Teacher solves problems requested by students.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher or Volunteer Student works more problems, silently, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 16 (1.5) Using problem solving Strategies**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Unguided Practice from the previous day: Students request problems to be solved, by writing problems on the board. Teacher checks for completeness. Teacher solves problems requested by students.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher or Volunteer Student works more problems, silently, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 17 Test Chapter 1**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Test
- Review Test

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 22 Using and Solving Inequalities**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Review Test
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 23 Solving for x**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 24 2 Reasons teacher is depressed. 1) Students cheat. 2) Students need to learn how to solve for x. Review Test.**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 25 Solving for X**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 28 Solving for X and quiz**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 29 Review Functions, Function Notation, and Graphing Linear Functions (2.1)**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 30 Calculating and Graphing Slope (2.2 and 2.3)**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Jan 31 1) Solving for f(x) aka y when given an equation for a line (2.4) and 2) Intro to Best-Fit-Lines**

- Standards: Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic
- Learning Outcome(s): Design an experiment
- Vocabulary: Experimental Design
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Groups of 2 measure the circumference and the diameter of a circle (round objects found around WHS), graph the results using a spreadsheet, and SEE pi in the slope of the BFL.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Feb 01 Test**

- Standards: Solving for x and graphing
- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

- Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

**Feb 04 1) Finish Test and 2) Intro to Trig. (13.1-13.3)**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Students finish test from Friday.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces measuring and talks students through measuring all 3 dimensions of their ID... at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Student pairs measure multiple objects. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces The Unit Circle and talks students through the diagrams, pausing to define the units used for measuring Theta. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher and Volunteer Students ask questions, and silently write the answers, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work several sample problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 05 1) Review Test 2) Continue the Intro to Trig. (13.1-13.3)**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher reviews measuring and talks students through measuring ... at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Student pairs measure multiple objects. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher reviews The Unit Circle and talks students through the diagrams, defining the basic Trig functions. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher and Volunteer Students ask questions, and silently write the answers, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work several sample problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

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**Feb 11 Review Trig Functions. (13.1-13.3)**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher reviews measuring and talks students through measuring ... at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Student pairs measure multiple objects. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Intro New Topic: Teacher reviews The Unit Circle and talks students through the diagrams, defining the basic Trig functions. Q&A
- Use New Topic: Teacher and Volunteer Students ask questions, and silently write the answers, while students explain steps. Person at the board only writes what he/she is told to write. Q&A
- Guided Practice: Students work several sample problems, alone. Q&A. Class reviews problems... random students assigned to put solutions on the board, even if they are wrong.
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 12 Test on chapters 1 and 2 including basic Trig**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Test
- Review Test

**Feb 13 1) Review Test, and 2) Intro to Piecewise Functions (2.7)**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 14 Piecewise Functions continued (2.7)**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 15 1) Piecewise Functions continued (2.7) and 2) groups begin graphing the Trig functions**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 15 1) Groups finish graphing the Trig functions. 2) Piecewise WITH trig functions**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 15 Review Piecewise Functions**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 12 Test on Chapters 1,2,13**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Test
- Review Test

**Feb 15 1) Review Test 2) Inverse Trig Functions**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.

**Feb 15 Systems of Equations ... graphing**

- Activities/Tasks:

- Intro New Topic: Teacher introduces and works at least 3 examples while thinking aloud. Q&A
- Unguided Practice: Assigned and begun in class. Completed at home.