October 28th/31st
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Find inverses of functions
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 review problems
 Quiz
Classroom activities will include:
 Going over homework
 Review problems in class on white board
 Quiz
Homework: None
October 26th/27th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 perform operations on functions and to determine the domains of the resulting functions
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 independent notes
 page 128
Classroom activities will include:
 Collecting homework
 Read 4.2(pages 124127) and take independent notes (SUB HERE ON 26th)
 page 128131 (written exercises 13,510,1922)
Homework: Finish classwork if necessary
October 24th/25th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able:
 Review properties of functions
 Find the domain and range of a function
 Find the inverse of a function
 Composose functions
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 Extra Credit
 Group work(crossword puzzle and review sheet)
 Homework
Classroom activities will include:
 Collect extra credit
 Go over tests
 Read 4.1 and take independent notes
 Two groups: onecrossword puzzle, tworeview sheet of functions
 Notes of 4.1
Homework: page 122123(212 even, 16,17)
October 18th/19th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Graph a system of linear inequalities
 Find the feasible region of a system of inequalities
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 Practice Test
 Test
 Extra Credit
Classroom activities will include:
 Go over practice test
 Test

EC page 116
Homework: Extra Credit
October 14th/17th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Graph a system of linear inequalities
 Find the feasible region of a system of inequalities
Student learning will be demonstarted by:
 Linear programming project
 Practice Test
Classroom activities will include:
 Go over 8 and 9 on practice test
 Power point over linear programming
 Lego Linear programming Project
 Practice test
Homework: Finish practice test and study for test
October 12th/13th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Graph a system of inequalities
 Find the feasible region of a system of inequalities
Student learning will be demonstrated:
 homework
 quiz
 linear programming worksheet
 Practice test
Classroom activities will include:
 collecting homework and taking questions
 Quiz
 linear programming worksheet
 Practice Testnumbers 8 and 9
Homework: practice test # 89
October 10th/11th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Graph a system of inequalities
 Find the feasible region of a system and find maximum or minimum values via linear programming
Student learning will be demonstrated by :
 Vocab
 pg. 115 classwork
 Linear programming wkst
Classroom activities will include:
 Go over answers to page 98(4A only)
 Go over 3.3 outline
 Vocab definitions via frayer model
 Page 115(16) in class review
Homework: Finish page 115
October 6th/7th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 solve and graph polynomial inequalities in one variable
 graph polynomial inequalities in two variable and the solution set of a system of inequalities
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 textbook classwork
 3.3 outline
Classsroom activities include:
 Go over homework
 Pass back tests
 Notes 3.2
 Group classwork: page 103 (16)
 3.3 outline
Homework: Finish outline if necessary
October 4th/5th
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Solve and graph linear inequalities
 Solve and graph absolute value inequalities
Student learning will be demonstrated by:
 Partner problems
 Puzzle
 Homework
Classroom activities will include:
 Binder Checks
 Collect extra credit
 Partner Problems review
 Notes from page 9697
 Whats my Line review puzzle
Homework: page 9899 (110,2325,2730)