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Week 3 of 2nd Sem (Jan. 21-25, 2019)  Following are Mrs. Hodges' Lesson Plans for this week. They are subject to change depending on the students' understanding of the concepts which determines the speed at which we progress and the assignment that is made. Lesson 1.5 means Chapter 1, Section 5 in the textbook.  

Week 3

2nd Semester

Pre-Calculus

1st Hour

Algebra II

2nd  Hour

Algebra I

3rd & 4th  Hours

 

Geometry

5th & 6th Hours

Monday

 

Objective: Horizontal & Vertical Asymptote Review

Std.: 

Assignment: Worksheet

4.6  Complete the Square to solve Quadratics

Std.: A2.A.1.1

Assignment: 252-259

 

Objective: 5.4 Point-Slope Form of Linear Equations

Std.: A1.A.4.3

Assignment: 338-344

Objective: Continue with Properties of Parallelograms AND 6.3 Prove a Quadrilateral is a Parallelogram

Std.: G.2D.1.4 

Assignment: 388-395

Tuesday

 

Objective:  Use Factoring to determine asymptotes or holes

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Assignment: 

Objective: 4.7 Solve Quadratics using the Quadratic Formula

Std.: A2.A.1.1

Assignment: 260-267

 

Objective: Continue Above Lesson

Std.: A1.A.4.3

Assignment: 

Objective: 6.4 Properties of Special Parallelograms

Std.: G.2D.1.3

Assignment: 396-403

Wednesday

 

 

Objective: Use polynomial division to determine slant/oblique asymptotes

Std.: 

Assignment: 

Objective: Continue Above & Find types of Roots based on the Discriminant

Std.: 

Assignment: 260-267

Objective: 5.5 Standard Form of Linear Equations

Std.: A1.A.4.3

Assignment: 349-356 (Find x- and y-intercepts)

Objective: 6.5 Conditions for Rhombuses, 
Rectangles, Squares

Std.: G.2D.1.4

Assignment: 404-409

Thursday

 

 

 

Objective: Continue Above Lesson

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Assignment: 

Objective: 4.8 Use Quadratic Formula with Complex Roots

Std.: 

Assignment: 268-278

Objective: Continue Above & Graph in Standard Form

Std.: A1.A.4.3

Assignment: 

Objective: 6.6 Trapezoids & Kites

Std.: G.2D.1.4 

Assignment: 410-418

Friday

 

 

 

Objective: ACT Practice

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Assignment: 

Objective: Continue Above & ACT Practice

Std.: 

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Objective: Distinguish Parallel & Perpendicular Slopes

Std.: A1.A.4.2

Assignment: 357-362 & ACT Practice

Objective: Continue Above & ACT Practice

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SUPPLIES NEEDED

*Bring to class EVERY DAY!

Textbook 

Notebook and Notebook Paper

Pencils (NO PENS)

Scientific/Graphing Calculator (if you prefer using your own)

 

HOMEWORK

Problems will be assigned on a daily basis. I will try to allow time in class to work; however, any work not finished in class becomes homework. All homework is due the next day unless specified otherwise. Don’t ask if work should be turned in – if I assign it, it is considered important and MUST BE turned in. ALL assignments are to be done in PENCIL!

 

TESTS

Test dates will be made available ahead of time, so even if you miss the day before, you still must take the test. Makeup tests will be given BEFORE or AFTER school. You will have ONE week to make up a test. All tests must be done in PENCIL!

 

GRADING

Class/Homework/Quiz – 50%          Tests – 50%

 

TEXTBOOK WEBSITES

http://www.phschool.com

http://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com

 

ATTENDANCE

Attendance is a MUST for a good grade. You will find that good attendance and good grades usually run parallel. BE ON TIME because tardiness affects the entire class and you are missing valuable class instruction. You should be in your seat with all supplies and ready to work WHEN the tardy bell rings.

 

RULES AND POLICIES

*NO CELL PHONES OUT DURING CLASS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!

*Bring all supplies to class everyday.

*Be kind with words and actions.

*No food, drink (except water), or candy will be allowed.

*If it’s not yours, don’t bother it.

*Put your assigned work in the proper file. It is YOUR responsibility to get it turned in.

*Disruptive and/or disrespectful behavior will be noted on your personal note card and reported periodically to parents and to the principal.

*Any act of violence will result in immediate removal from my classroom.

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