# Algebra 2 September

September 30th/October 3rd

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• graph ceiling and floor functions
• Review for Test

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• pg.146
• practice test

Classroom activities will include:

• Checking and going over homework
• PP notes on ceiling and floor functions(linked below)
• pg. 146 (49-58)  finish in class
• Practice Test(page 1 and page 2)

Homework: Finish practice test

September 28th/29th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Transform graphs of functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

• Vocab activity
• Transformation outline
• Textbook pages

Classroom activities will include:

• Collecting stations
• Vocab activity
• Transformations outline
• textbook pages

Homework: page 139-141(6-10,42-47,75)

September 26th/27th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Graph constant, piecewise, absolute value, and step functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• Worksheet
• 5 stations(including two writing stations)
• page 146

Classroom activities will include:

HOmework:

• pg. 146(49-58)

September 21st/22nd

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Graph  constant, piecewise, step, and absolute value functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• Activity
• In class discussion of notes
• Group work
• Homework

Classroom activities will include:

• Go over quiz
• Go over homework
• Activity page 124
• Vocab for section 2.6
• Notes on special functions 2.6
• Worksheet in class in groups(page 1 and page 2)

Homework:

Finish worksheet

September 19th/20th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Find inverses of functions
• Determine if two functions are inverses

Student learning will be demonstrated:

• Warmup discussion
• Quiz
• Page 144

Classroom activities will include:

• Collect and go over homework
• Warmup to review for quiz
• Quiz
• Check binders
• Study notes(page 1 and page 2)
• Powerpoint 2.5

Homework:

Page 144-145(3-48 multiples of 3)

September 15th/16th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• perform operations with functions to write new functions
• find the composition of two functions

Student learning will be demonstrated:

• Warmup discussion
• Cooperatieve Learning activity
• Notes
• Homework

Classroom activities include:

• Go over homework
• Warmup
• Notes outline
• Cooperative learning activity
• Video notes
• Homework

HOmework:

page 115(25-29,35,36,43,44,60,65,66)

September 13th/14th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Find domain and range of a relation
• evaluate functional notation problems
• determine if a relation is a function

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• In class worksheet
• scrap paper from jeopardy
• page 107-108

Classroom activities will include:

• Check and go over homework
• Functional notes part 1
• In class worksheet(1-8)
• Functional notes part 2
• Finish worksheet
• Relations/Functions Jeopardy

Homework:

Page 107-108(1-15, 78-81)

September 9th/12th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• Review properties of exponents
• Use rational exponents to simplify algebraic expressions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• warm up discussion
• Exponent Puzzle
• Homework

Classroom activities will include:

• Collecting Extra Credit
• Warmup page 93(90,93)
• Smartboard notes to review properties of exponents
• Exponent Puzzle
• Smartboard notes on rational exponents

Homework:

Page 98-101(6-18,80,97-100)

September 7th/8th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• know the different sets of numbers
• Review properties and order of operations

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

• Test discussion
• EC assignment
• Posters
• pg.946

Student activities will include:

• Pass back tests and go over
• Intro to EC assignment(pg78-79) ...MUST SHOW WORK
• Groups posters on sets of numbers, properties, and order of operations
• In class notes...pg. 946(section 2.1)
• Go over pg. 946

Homework:

• No homework except to work on extra credit