**September 2nd/5th**

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

- Strengthen quadratic solving skills(i.e. completing the square and quadratic formula)
- Use transformations to graph

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Review of quadratics worksheet
- Calculator and using transformations activity
- Reading and adding chapter summary

Classroom activities will include:

- Going over homework
- Quadratic review sheet
- Using transformations to graph worksheet
- Read chapter summary and add anything to notes

Homework: Read chapter summary and add anything to notes

**September 7th/8th**

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

- Graph quadratic equations in vertex form
- Review of chapter 1

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- In class participation during notes
- Practice Test

Classroom activities will include:

- Notes on vertex form
- Practice test
- Go over practice test
- List of topics to study for test

Homework:

STUDY FOR TEST!

**September 9th/12th**

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

- Review linear and quadratic equations
- Refresh basic characteristics of polynomials

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Test
- 2.1 Study Guide

Classroom activities will include:

- Warmup to review for test
- Test
- 2.1 Study guide

Homework:

Finish Study guide

**September 13th/14th**

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

- use synthetic substitution to evaluate a polynomial
- Use the factor and remainder theorem to tell the factors of a polynomial

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Study Guide
- Stations

Classroom activities will include:

- Go over study guide
- Synthetic substitution review
- Powerpoint 2.2 remainder and factor theorems
- Stations(test corrections,dividing poly wkst, sythetic div activity, writing activity, and remainder theorem wkst)

Homework:

Finish stations

**September 15th/16th**

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

- Sketch polynomial functions in factored form
- Find characteristics of polynomial functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Group activity
- Notes and graph activity
- worksheet

Classroom activities will include:

- Warmup
- Polynomial functions group activity
- Notes on sketching polynomial functions and group work
- Worksheet

Homework:

Finish worksheet

**September 19th/20th**

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

- Describe the end behavior of a polynomial function
- Find the local max and min of a graph
- Determine how many zeros and where they are located of a graph

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- In class discussion
- quiz
- worksheet

Classroom activities will include:

- Check and go over worksheet
- Warmup to review for quiz
- quiz
- check binders
- Powerpoint notes
- Worksheet

Homework:

**September 21st/22nd**

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

- Find zeros of a polynomial function

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Polynomial Worksheet
- Review sheet
- Examples in Notes

Classroom activities will include:

- Go over quiz
- Questions on homework, turn in
- Review Worksheet

Homework: FInish Review sheet

**September 26th/27th**

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

- Find zeros of polynomial functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Polynomial review worksheet
- Page 84
- Page 93

Classroom activities will include:

- Go over review sheet
- Collect homework
- Zero Theorem Powerpoint
- Page 84(14-22 even, 26,28)

Homework Page 93(1,3-5,8-10)

**September 28th/29th**

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

- Find Zeros of a polynomial function
- Graph polynomial functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

- Vocab activitiy
- Practice test

Classroom activities will include:

- Collecting page 84(4a block), worksheet (2b block)
- Vocab activity
- Practice test

Homework: study for test

**September 30th/October 3rd**

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

- Graph polynomial functions
- Divide functions using synthetic division
- Find zeros of polynomial functions

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Test

Classroom activities will inlcude:

- Go over practice test
- Test
- Extra credit

Homework: Extra credit page 854-855 (1-10,1-10,1-8)