Class Calendar April 20 - 24

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MATH Rtl--France

 

MATH Rtl--Minowitz

MATH--Moberg

PRE-ALGEBRA--Hatz

CC3 Pre-ALG--Minowitz

ALGEBRA I--France

ALGEBRA I--Rasmussen

CCA Algebra--Minowitz

 

CCA ALGEBRA--France

Mon - Lsn 8.1.2 = Factoring with Generic Rectangles

  • I can...
    • develop an algorithm to factor quadratic expressions without algebra tiles
  • CW = 8-13 through 8-16 (a,b)
  • HW = 8-17 through 8-23

Tues - Lsn 8.1.3 = Factoring with special cases

  • I can...
    • continue to practice factoring skills while learning about special cases
    1. quadratic expressions with missing terms
    2. quadratics taht are not in standard form
    3. quadratics with more than one possible factored form
  • CW = 8-24 through 8-26
  • HW = HW 8-29 through 8-34

Wed - Lsn 8.1.4 = Factoring Completely

  • I can...
    • initially factor expressions with a common factor and then again using the quadratic factoring method
  • CW = 8-35 through 8-38
  • HW = HW = 8-39 through 8-44

Thurs - Lsn 8.1.5 = Factoring Shortcuts

  • I can...
    • learn a quick way to factor perfect squar trinomials and quadratics that are a difference of squares.
  • CW = 8-45 through 8-47
  • HW = 8-49 through 8-53

Fri - Lsn 8.1.5 = Factoring Shortcuts

  • I can...
    • identify connections between different representations of quadratics
    • connect the intercepts and vertex of a parabola to a situation
  • CW = 8-55 and 8-56
  • HW = 8-58 through 8-63

 

 

GEOMETRY--Kocmound

 

GEOMETRY--France

Mon - Lsn 10.1.3 = Chords and Angles

  • I can...
    • recognize that an angle inscribed in a semicircle measures 90 degrees.
    • prove opposite angles of inscribed quadrilaterals are supplementary
    • develope different methods to find the length of the chord
    • use similar triangles to find the relationship between the lengths created by two intersecting chords.
  • CW= 10-25 through 10-28
  • HW = 10-31 through 10-37

Tues - Lsn 10.1.4 = Tangents and Secants

  • I can...
    • recognize a line tangentto a circle is perpendicular to the radius of the circle drawn to the point of tangency
    • apply my knowledge of tangents, chords, angles, and arcs to solve problems involving circles
  • CW = 10-38 through 10-41
  • HW = 10-43 through 10-49

Wed - Lsn 10.1.5 = Problems solving with circles

  • I can...
    • use the relationships that exist between angles, arcs, chords, and tangents of a circle to the point of tangency
    • find a circle that circumscribes a triangle
  • CW = 10-50 through 10-51
  • HW = 10-54 through 10-60

Thurs - Lsn 9.1.4 = Conditional Probability and Independence

  • I can...
    • begin to develop the concept of conditional probability
    • campare indpendent events with mutually exclusive events
    • connect independence to teh association of two variables
  • CW = 10-61 through 10-65
  • HW = 10-66 through 10-72

Fri - Lsn 9.1.5 = Two-Way Tables

  • I can...
    • calculate conditional probabilities from data arranged in relative frequency(probability) two-way tables
    • determine if two categorical variables, presnted on a two-way table are associated
  • CW = 10-73 and 10-74
  • HW = 10-78 through 10-84

 

 

ENG9--Crotteau

ENG9--Neumann

ENG9--Walsh

READING--Crotteau

SCIENCE--Swanson

SCIENCE--Ramin

 
 
 
 
 

BIOLOGY--Albarado

GRAPHIC IMAGING--Leque

SM ENGINES--Lee

 
 
 
 

 

IED--Kerr

COMP APPS--Huber

SPANISH--Anderson

Monday - study for Stan-change quiz tomorrow
 
 
 

SPANISH--Stephens

ADV. COMP APPS--Bennig

ART-Casey

ART-Haugen

 
 
 
 
 

FOODS-Feyma

 

CLOTHING-Poff

SM ANIMALS--Sauvola

PLANTS...--Sauvola

WILDLIFE...-Sauvola

 

PE--Badger

PE--Kaczmarski

HEALTH--Eckert

CHOIR--Schroetter

MWH--Willert

MWH--Knutson

Tue 17.4 Reading Strategies
Wed. 18.5 Reading Strategies
Thur. 20.4 Reading Strategies
Fri. Exam

 

MWH--Scharf