Week 1 (Feb 5) – factors, multiples, prime factorization, GCF and LCM, number types

Week 2 (Feb 12) – Radicals

Week 3 (Feb 19) – exponent laws, combining laws, integral (negative) exponent law

Week 4 (Feb 26) – rational exponent laws, connection to chapter 1

Week 5 (Mar 5) – conversion of measurement units, start of surface area and volume of prisms and pointy shapes

Week 6 (Mar 12) – finishing off measurement, surface area and volume of spheres and hemispheres

Week 7 (Apr 2)- solving trig equations

Week 8 (Apr 9) – intro to polynomials and simplifying/expanding

Week 9 (Apr 16) – more expanding, perfect squares, trinomials, BEDMAS

Week 10 (Apr 23) – factoring GCF, factoring simple trinomials, factoring difference of squares

Week 11 (Apr 30) – making connections between units in preparation for the midterm exam

Week 12 (May 7) – introduction to patterns, graphing, intercepts

Week 13 (May 14) – domain and range, set and interval notation, functions, function notation

Week 14 (May 21) – interpreting functions, distance formula

Week 15 (May 28) – slope, parallel and perpendicular lines, equations of lines, desmos

Week 16 (Jun 4) – equations of lines, genearl form, slope-point form, rate of change

Week 17 (Jun 11) – systems of linear equations, solving by graphing, substitution and elimination

# May 29

Plan for the day:

**Warmup**: Measurement Monday

Lesson: Finding the equation given two clues

**Complete:** Lesson 2

OVERDUE : Week 15 blog post

# May 26

Plan for the day:

**Warmup**: Factoring Friday !!

– skills check on slope (post a copy of your skills check in your class notebook – title – “skills check ch 8”

– Lesson: Equations of lines (linear)

patterns equation graph

Explore using desmos (create your own using sliders)

check your understanding (select graphing and formulas)

*By the end of class you will be able to:
*

*-determine the slope and y-intercept of a line from an equation*

– to graph an equation using slope and y-intercept

– to write a linear equation for a line

– to graph an equation using slope and y-intercept

– to write a linear equation for a line

IXL – check your understanding – from a graph

IXL – check your understanding – from an equation

**Complete:**__ __Chapter 9 Lesson 1 pg 557 Lesson 2 pg ? AND Week 15 blog post!

# May 25th

Plan for the day:

Warmup: slope review (choose slope) (slope from graph)

– team time (discuss homework)

Lesson: Slope of Parallel () and perpendicular () lines

Explore perpendicular lines with geogebra

check your understanding

__By the end of class you will be able to:__

*Describe how you know if two lines are parallel or perpendicular**Draw lines that are parallel and perpendicular**Identify parallel and perpendicular lines from a graph, chart or pattern*

**Complete:** Chapter 8 Lesson 6 (Pg 540)

**start thinking about ** Blog post Week 15

# May 24th

Plan for the day:

**Warmup**: finding slope (quizizz – 167993)

**Lesson:** Slope – part 2

__By the end of class you will be able to:__

*draw a line given a slope**use the slope formula to find a slope or a missing part of the coordinate**determine mathematically that three points are collinear are not*

**Complete:**C*hapter 8 Lesson #5*

**Final exam review**:flashback 1a

Extra slope practice: (online practice)

# May 23rd

Plan for the day:

- warmup: Trig Tuesday!
- Lesson: Looking at slope

__By the end of the class you will be able to:__*explain the difference between rise and run**describe the steepness of a line using a number**explain how the steepness connects to trig**explain the difference between a positive and negative steepness*

*understand how the slope of different sections of a line relate* - Complete: Lesson 4

Week 14 post done?

# May 19

Plan for the day:

- warmup : Factoring Friday!

*answer key will be posted in the class notebook* - introduction to DESMOS

*(select the ? mark in the top right hand corner, select tables, restriction then sliders and follow the instructions)* - Lesson: distance between points

Complete: Lesson 1 chapter 8, week 14 blog post due SUNDAY

# May 18

Plan for the day:

Relations and Functions Test

**When you finish:**

- student self reflection
- download chapter 8 and 9 assignment and highlight all assigned questions
- work on week 14 blog post