BIO.1AStudents will demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics of life and biological organization.
BIO.1A.1Develop criteria to differentiate between living and nonliving things.
BIO.1A.2Describe the tenets of cell theory and the contributions of Schwann, Hooke, Schleiden, and Virchow.
BIO.1A.3Using specific examples, explain how cells can be organized into complex tissues, organs, and organ systems in multicellular organisms.
BIO.1A.4Use evidence from current scientific literature to support whether a virus is living or nonliving.
BIO.1B.1Develop and use models to compare and contrast the structure and function of carbohydrates, lipids. proteins, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA)
Monday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review
Students: Complete Sections 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3
Tuesday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 2 Part 1
Teacher: Continue Cell sturcture and function
Students: Work select problems
Wednesday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 2 Part 2
Students: Vocabulary Review
Students: Annotate
Thursday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 2 Part 3
Students: Workbook pages
Teacher and students: Review for test on Friday
Friday
Students: Complete the do now
Students and Teachers: Review for test
Students: Complete the test
Monday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review Characteristics of Life
Students: Complete Characteristics of Life on p. 7
Teacher and students: Review the cell theory and its relationship to the characteristics of life
Teacher and students: Discuss the components of life
Students: Complete pp. 11, 14, 15
Students: Complete "Lifethe Final Frontier" A Case Study on the Characteristics of Life
Students: Review prefixes
Closure: Students annotate Biomolecules and Macromolecules on p. 10
Tuesday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 1 Part 1
Teacher: Continue with discussion of components of life
Students: Complete pp. 19, 21, 22
Teacher and students: Review practice questions
Students: Macromolecules boxing activity
Students: Review prefixes
Closure: Students annotate Complex Carbohydrates pp. 1314
Wednesday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 1 Part 2
Students: Vocabulary Review
Teacher: Teach Components of LifeEnzymes
Students: Interactive Notebook Activity
Students: Complete Macromolecules Worksheet
Teacher: Review state practice test
Students: Review prefixes
Closure: Students annotate "Enzymes and Activation Energy" p. 23
Thursday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 1 Part 3
Teacher and students: Review for quiz on Friday
Students: Vocabulary Review
Teacher: Teach Types of Eukaryotic Cells
Students: Complete Macromolecule Concept Map
Teacher: Review state practice test
Students: Review prefixes
Closure: Students annotate "Distinguishing between plant and animal cells" pp. 5253
Friday
Students: Complete the do now
Students: Comprehensive Review Week 1 Part 4
Students: Vocabulary Review
Students: Complete quiz
Teacher: Teach Viruses
Students: Complete Virus Worksheet
Teacher: Review state practice test
Students: Review prefixes
Closure: Students annotate "Viruses" pp. 5962
Homework
FB.6 Students will understand the interdependence of living organisms and their environment
FB.6.1 Compare and contrast biotic and abiotic factors.
FB.6.2 Use models to analyze the cycling of matter in an ecosystem (e.g., water, carbon dioxide/oxygen, nitrogen).
BIO.5.3 Analyze and interpret quantitative data to construct an explanation for the effects of greenhouse gases on the carbon dioxide cycle and global climate.
Standards
FB.5.2 Analyze and interpret data to support claims that different types of fossils provide evidence of the diversity of life that has existed on Earth and of the relationships between past and existing life on Earth.
FB.5.3 Obtain and communicate information to explain how DNA evidence and fossil records support Darwin’s theory of evolution.
FB.5.4 Investigate how biological adaptations and genetic variations of traits in a population enchance the probability of survival in an environment (natural selection).
BIO.4.1 Use model to differentiate between organic and chemical evolution, illustrating the steps leading to aerobic Heterotrophs and photosynthetic autotrophs.
BIO.4.2 Evaluate empirical evidence of common ancestry and biological evolution, including comparative anatomy, fossil record, molecular/biochemical similarities.
BIO.4.3 Construct Cladograms/Phylogenetic trees to illustrate relatedness between species.
BIO.4.4 Design models and use simulations to investigate the interaction between changing environments and genetic variation in natural selection leading to adaptation in populations and differential success of populations.
BIO.4.5 Use Darwin’s Theory to explain how genetic variation, competition, overproduction, and unequal reproductive success acts as driving forces of natural selection and evolution.
BIO.4.6 Construct explanations for the mechanisms of speciation.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Cladograms activity
Review for test
Friday
Test
BIO.1E.1Construct models to explain how the processes of cell division and cell differentiation produce and maintain complex multicellular organisms.
BIO.1E.2Identify and describe the changes that occur in a cell during replication. Explore problems that might occur if he cell does not progress through the cycle correctly (cancer).
FB.4.4Obtain and communicate information to describe how mutations may affect genetic expression and provide examples.
BIO.3C.1Develop and use models to explain the relationship between DNA, genes, and chromosomes in coding the instructions for the traits transferred from parent to offspring.
BIO.3C.2Evaluate the mechanisms of transcription and translation in protein synthesis.
BIO.1E.1Construct models to explain how the processes of cell division and cell differentiation produce and maintain complex multicellular organisms.
BIO.1E.2Identify and describe the changes that occur in a cell during replication. Explore problems that might occur if he cell does not progress through the cycle correctly (cancer).
FB.4.4Obtain and communicate information to describe how mutations may affect genetic expression and provide examples.
BIO.3C.1Develop and use models to explain the relationship between DNA, genes, and chromosomes in coding the instructions for the traits transferred from parent to offspring.
BIO.3C.2Evaluate the mechanisms of transcription and translation in protein synthesis.
FB.4.1 Compare and contrast the basic structure and function of nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, RNA). FB.4.2 Obtain and communicate information illustrating the relationships among DNA, genes, chromosomes, and proteins to the basis of life.
FB.4.3 Use models (e.g., Punnett squares) and mathematical reasoning to describe and predict patterns of inheritance of single genetic traits from parents to offspring (e.g., dominant, and recessive traits, incomplete dominance, codominance, multiple alleles, sex linkage)
BIO.3B Students will analyze and interpret data collected from probability calculations to explain the variation of expressed traits within a population.
BIO.3B.1 Demonstrate Mendel’s law of dominance and segregation using mathematics to predict phenotypic and genotypic ratios by constructing Punnett squares with both homozygous and heterozygous allele pairs.
BIO.3B.2 Illustrate Mendel’s law of independent assortment using Punnett squares and/or the product rule of probability to analyze monohybrid crosses.
BIO.3B.3 Investigate traits that follow nonMendelian inheritance patterns (e.g., incomplete dominance, codominance, multiple alleles in human blood types, and sexlinkage).
BIO.3B.4 Analyze and interpret data (e.g., pedigrees, family, and population studies) regarding Mendelian and complex genetic traits (e.g., sicklecell anemia, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, colorblindness, and hemophilia) to determine patterns of inheritance and disease risk.
Refer to the Vocabulary Post (Go to the post link and review the vocabulary).
Refer to the Video Link (Go to the post link and review).
Monday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: What has claimed more lives than all of the human wars combined?
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPointViruses
Students: Complete Guided Notes
Video: Amoeba SistersViruses
Students: Complete the Amoeba Sisters Worksheet
Teacher and students: Vocabulary Review
Tuesday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Quiz: Notebook Quiz
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPointDNA and RNA
Students: Complete Guided Notes
Video: Amoeba SistersDNA and RNA
Students: Complete the Amoeba Sisters Worksheet
Teacher and students: Vocabulary Review
Wednesday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPointGenetics
Students: Complete Guided Notes
Video: Amoeba SistersGenetics
Students: Complete the Amoeba Sisters Worksheet
Teacher and students: Vocabulary Review
Thursday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Review for test on Friday
Students: Work on portfolios
Friday
Students: Complete the do now
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Review for the test
Students: Complete the do now
Week 7: September 1721, 2018
Monday
Students: Complete the do now
Do now Questions: 1. What role do pigments play in the process of photosynthesis? 2. What are electron carrier molecules? 3. What are the reactant and products of photosynthesis?
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPoint Photosynthesis
Teacher and Students: Complete guided practice
Video: Crash CourseATP/Photosynthesis
Students: Independent practice
Students: Interactive notebook activityPhotosynthesis
Teacher and Students: Review VocabularyKahoot
Students: Closure
Closure Questions: 1. What happens during the lightdependent reactions? 2. What happens during lightindependent reactions? 3. What factors affect photosynthesis?
4. Write the photosynthesis equation.
Tuesday
Students: Complete the do now
Do now Questions: 1. How do organisms store energy? 2. What cellular structures and molecules are
involved in photosynthesis? 3. How do photosyntheic organisms convert the sun's
energy into chemical energy?
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPoint Cellular Respiration
Teacher and Students: Complete guided practice
Video: Amoeba SistersCellular Respiration
Students: Independent practice
Students: Interactive notebook activityCellular Respiration
Teacher and Students: Review for quiz on Wednesday
Students: Closure
Closure Questions: 1. What is cellular respiration? 2. What is the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration? What happens during the process of glycosis?
Wednesday
Students: Complete the do now
Do now Questions: 1. What role do pigments play in the process of photosynthesis? 2. What are electron carrier molecules? 3. What are the reactant and products of photosynthesis?
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPoint Photosynthesis
Teacher and Students: Complete guided practice
Students: Independent practice
Teacher and Students: Review VocabularyKahoot
Students: Closure
Closure Questions: 1. What happens during the lightdependent reactions? 2. What happens during lightindependent reactions? 3. What factors affect photosynthesis?
Thursday
Students: Complete the do now
Do now Questions: 1. Why do most organisms undergo the process of cellular respiration? 2. How do
cells release energy from food in the presence of oxygen? 3. How do cells release
energy from food without oxygen? 4. How do organisms obtain energy?
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher: Lecture via PowerPoint Photosynthesis
Teacher and Students: Complete guided practice
Students: Independent practice
Teacher and students: Review for test on Friday
Students: Review Vocabulary
Students: Closure
Closure Questions: 1. What happens during the lightdependent reactions? 2. What happens during lightindependent reactions? 3. What factors affect photosynthesis?
Friday
Students: Complete the do nowAdmit Ticket
Teacher and students: Review the do now
Teacher and students: Review for test
Students: Take test
Students: After the test, students will work on definitions for the upcoming chapter
Monday
Student: Complete the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review the Do Now
Teacher and Students: "Vocabulary Minute"
Teacher and Students: TTW do an anticipatory activity to introduce the lesson followed by a Powerpoint presentation; the students will complete their guided notes (Slides 110)
Teacher: Model "Building Atoms from the Periodic Table
Students: Model the activity presented. Next the students will work with an assigned partner to complete the building atoms activity with a partner.
Teacher and Students: Guided PracticeBohr Model and Lewis Dot Diagrams
Students: Independent PracticeComplete the Bohr Model and Lewis Dot Diagram Worksheet
Teacher and Students: Closure
Tuesday
Student: Complete the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review the Do Now
Teacher and Students: "Vocabulary Minute"
Teacher and Students: TTW continue with Powerpoint presentation; the students will complete their
guided notes for Slides 1114
Teacher and Students: TTW continue with Powerpoint presentation; the students will complete their
guided notes for Acids and Bases
Teacher and Students: Guided PracticeAcid and Bases Worksheet
Students: Independent PracticeComplete the Ionic vs Covalent Bonds Worksheet
Teacher and Students: Review for quiz on tomorrow
Wednesday
Student: Complete the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review the Do Now
Students: Take a quiz
Teacher and Students: Following the quiz, TTW do an anticipatory activity to introduce the lesson followed by a Powerpoint presentation; the students will complete their guided notes Properties of Water
Teacher: Review and model Water Properties Lab
Students: Conduct Water Properties Lab
Teacher and Students: Closure
Thursday
Student: Complete the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review the Do Now
Teacher and Students: "Vocabulary Minute"
Teacher and Students: TTW do an anticipatory activity to introduce the lesson followed by a Powerpoint presentation; the students will complete their guided notes during the lesson
Teacher: Model "Building Atoms from the Periodic Table
Students: Model the activity presented. Next the students will work with an assigned partner to complete the building atoms activity with a partner.
Teacher and Students: Guided PracticeBohr Model and Lewis Dot Diagrams
Students: Independent PracticeComplete the Bohr Model and Lewis Dot Diagram Worksheet
Teacher and Students: Review for the test tomorrow
Friday
Student: Complete the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review the Do Now
Teacher and Students: Review for the test
Students: Complete the test
Students: After the test, students will continue work on vocabulary
Students: If time permits, students will complete a reading activity on macromolecules
Algebra 1 Weeek 18: May 1418, 2018
Monday, May 14, 2018
Classwork: Simplifying Radicals Part 2
Homework: Practice Worksheet
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Classwork: Operations with Radicals
Homework: Study Guide Part 2
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Classwork: Students will take a test on radicals
Homework: Review for final exam
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Classwork: Enrichment
Homework: Review for final exam
Friday, May 18, 2018
Classwork: Enrichment
Topic: Simplifying Radicals
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 102
Homework: Complete the worksheet
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 103
Homework: Complete the worksheet
Friday, May 11, 2018
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 104
Homework: Complete the worksheet
Frequency and histogram
Tuesday
Pythagorean Theorem
Wednesday
Quiz
Thursday
Central tendency
Friday
Test
Monday
Easter Break
Tuesday
Pythagorean Theorem
Mixed Review
Wednesday
Quiz
Mixed Review
Thursday
Central tendency
Review for the test on Friday
Friday
Test
A1.AFLE.1: Distinguish between situations that can be modeled with linear functions and with exponential functions. a. Prove that linear functions grow by equal differences over equal intervals and that exponential functions grow by equal factors over equal intervals.
A1.AFLE.2: Construct linear and exponential functions, including arithmetic and geometric sequences, given a graph, a description of a relationship, or two inputoutput pairs (include reading these from a table).
A1.AFLE.5: Interpret the parameters in a linear or exponential function in terms of a context.
Monday
Solving quadratics: A look at all methods
Tuesday
A Comparing/Contrasting Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models
Wednesday
Solving Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations
Review for test on Thursday
Thursday
Test
Friday
Easter Break
A1.AREI.4: Solve quadratic equations in one variable. a. Use the method of completing the square to transform any quadratic equation in x into an equation of the form (x – p) 2 = q that has the same solutions. Derive the quadratic formula from this form. b. Solve quadratic equations by inspection (e.g., for x 2 = 49), taking square roots, completing the square, the quadratic formula and factoring, as appropriate to the initial form of the equation. Recognize when the quadratic formula gives complex solutions.
Monday
MAP Assessment
Tuesday
Topic: Quadratics (Solving by factoring/Quadratic Formula)
Homework: Practice Worksheet
Wednesday
Topic: Quadratics (Completing the Square)
Homework: Review Worksheet
Thursday
Student Holiday
Friday
Topic: Quadratics
Quiz on Solving by factoring, Quadratic Formula, and Completing the square
Homework: Review notes
MondayWednesday
Reinforcement Exercises
Review for exam
Study Guide Parts 1, 2, 3
Thursday
Third Term Exam/Make up/Review
Friday
Third Term Exam/Make up
A1.AAPR.3: Identify zeros of polynomials when suitable factorizations are available, and use the zeros to construct a rough graph of the function defined by the polynomial (limit to 1st and 2nd degree polynomials.).
A1.ACED.1: Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems. Include equations arising from linear and quadratic functions, and simple rational and exponential functions.
A1.ACED.2: Create equations in two variables to represent relationships between quantities; graph equations on coordinate axes with labels and scales.
A1.ACED.4: Rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations.
A1.FIF.4: For a function that models a relationship between two quantities, interpret key features of graphs and tables in terms of the quantities, and sketch graphs showing key features given a verbal description of the relationship. Key features include: intercepts; intervals where the function is increasing, decreasing, positive, or negative; relative maximums and minimums; symmetries; end behavior; and periodicity.*
A1.FIF.7a: Graph functions expressed symbolically and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated cases. a. Graph functions (linear and quadratic) and show intercepts, maxima, and minima.
A1.FIF.8a: Write a function defined by an expression in different but equivalent forms to reveal and explain different properties of the function. a. Use the process of factoring and completing the square in a quadratic function to show zeroes, extreme values, and symmetry of the graph, and interpret these in terms of a context.
A1.FIF.9: Compare properties of two functions each represented in a different way (algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables, or by verbal descriptions).
A1.ASSE.3a: Choose and produce an equivalent form of an expression to reveal and explain properties of the quantity represented by the expression. a. Factor a quadratic expression to reveal the zeros of the function it defines. b. Complete the square in a quadratic.
Monday, February 26, 2018
Topic: Graphing Quadratic Equations
Homework: Complete boxes 1 and 2
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Topic: Solving Quadratic Equations by factoring
Homework: Practice Worksheet 92 Select problems; Also review for Quiz
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Topic: Solving quadratics by factoring
Homework: Review notes
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Topic: All the above
Homework: Complete your study guide
Friday, March 2, 2018
Test
Review your notes.
A1.ASSE.1bInterpret complicated expressions by viewing one or more of their parts as a single entity.
A1.FIF.7aGraph functions (linear and quadratic) and show intercepts, maxima, and minima.
Tuesday Division with exponents, Negative Exponents, & Zero Exponent
Homework Review Worksheet for Quiz
Wednesday Take a Quiz, then Radical Exponents
No homework
Thursday Review Quiz, Exponential Functions Lesson,
and start Working on Study Guide
Homework Finish Study Guide and Study for Test
FridayTest, and no homework
Monday, December 11, 2017
The students will review systems of equations. They will review the first part of a lengthy study guide.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Students will take the MAP test in the library. Following the test, students will focus on enrichment. They will also review for their test on Wednesday.
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Test: Systems of Equations
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Students will start their Final Exam Study Guide. Select problems will be assigned to complete at home.
Friday, December 15, 2017
Students will review their Final Exam Study Guide. Students will need to review their study guide, notes, and all materials given to them this semester.
Monday: Reinforcement assignments
Tuesday: Writing a function rule
Wednesday: Review Writing function rules; also graphing linear functions
Thursday: Review for test on Friday
Friday: Test (Chapter 4 Sections 1 through 5)
Topic:  Word Problems Review 
Classwork:  Twostep Word Problems Worksheet 
Homework: 
Twostep Word Problems Review Worksheet

Topic: 
Absolute Value Inequalities Review
Word Problems Review Part 2

Classwork:  Review Worksheet 
Homework: 
Review for quiz on Wednesday, September 27, 2015

Topic  Word Problems (Variety) 
Classwork  Quiz 
Homework  Review notes 
Topic  See previous topics 
Classwork  Study Guide #1 
Homework  Study Guide #2; Review for the TEST on Friday, September 29, 2017 
Topic  See each of the previous topics 
Classwork  Test #7 
Homework  Review your notes 
Topic:  Compound Inequalities 
Classwork:  Compound Inequalities Worksheet 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 36 #214 (Even) Form G

Topic:  Absolute Value Inequalities 
Classwork:  Compound Inequalities Review/Abs. Value Inequalities 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 36 #214 (Even); Review for quiz on Wednesday, September 13, 2015

Topic  Absolute Value Inequalities; Also refer to previous topics 
Classwork  Quiz 
Homework  Review notes 
Topic  See previous topics 
Classwork  Study Guide #1 
Homework  Study Guide #2; Review for the TEST on Friday, September 8, 2017 
Topic  See each of the previous topics 
Classwork  Test #6 
Homework  Review your notes 
Topic:  Inequalities and their graphs 
Classwork:  Inequalities Worksheet 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 34 #214 (Even)

Topic:  Compound Inequalities 
Classwork:  Compound Inequalities Worksheet 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 36 #214 (Even); Review for quiz on Wednesday, September 13, 2015

Topic  Absolute Value Inequalities; Also refer to previous topics 
Classwork  Quiz (Chapter 3 Sections 14, 6); Absolute Value Inequalities Worksheet 
Homework  Practice Worksheet 37 
Topic  See previous topics 
Classwork  Study Guide #1 
Homework  Study Guide #2; Review for the TEST on Friday, September 8, 2017 
Topic  See each of the previous topics 
Classwork  Test #5(Chapter 3) 
Homework  Review your notes 
Topic:  Proportions and Similar Figures 
Classwork:  Practice Worksheet 28 #115 (odd) 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 28 #214 (Even)

Topic  Absolute Value; Percent Error 
Classwork  Practice Worksheet Absolute Value 
Homework  Practice Worksheet 29 and 210 Select Problems; Also review notes for test on Friday, September 9, 2017 
Topic  See previous topics 
Classwork  Study Guide #1 
Homework  Study Guide #2; Review for the TEST on Friday, September 8, 2017 
Topic  See each of the previous topics 
Classwork  Test #4 (Chapter 2; Absolute Value Equations) 
Homework  Review your notes 
Topic:  Literal Equations/Solving Proportions 
Classwork:  Practice Worksheet 27 
Homework: 
Practice Worksheet 2; review for quiz on Wednesday

Topic  Rates, Ratios, and Conversions 
Classwork  Quiz (Chapter 2 Sections 5 through 7) Following the quiz, the teacher will teach ratios, rates, and conversions 
Homework 
Topic  Solving Proportions 
Classwork  Similar Figures and Proportions; Review for test on Friday 
Homework  Study Guide #2 
Topic  See each of the previous topics 
Classwork  Reinforcement Worksheets 
Homework  Review your notes 
Standards:  ACED.1  Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems. Include equations arising from linear and quadratic functions, and simple rational and exponential functions. (Chapter 2 Section 4). 
ACED.4  Rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations. For example, rearrange Ohm’s law V = IR to highlight resistance R. (Chapter 2 Section 5). 
Standards:  A1ASSE.1a  Interpret parts of an expression, such as terms, factors, and coefficients. (Review from last week's test) 
ACED.1  Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems. Include equations arising from linear and quadratic functions, and simple rational and exponential functions. (Chapter 2 Sections 1, 3, and 4)  
AREI.3  Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with coefficients represented by letters. (Chapter 2 Section 2)  
ACED.4  Rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations. For example, rearrange Ohm’s law V = IR to highlight resistance R. (Chapter 2 Section 5) 
Standards:  A1ASSE.1  Interpret expressions that represent a quantity in terms of ints context. 
A1ASSE.1a  Interpret parts of an expression, such as terms, factors, and coefficients.  
A1ASSE.1b  Interpret complicated expressions by viewing one or more of their parts as a single entity. 
Topic: Variables and Expressions; Order of Operations and Evaluating Expressions
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 11 and Practice Worksheet 12 #119 (Odd)
Homework: Practice Worksheet 11 and 12 #220 (Even)
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Topic: Real Numbers and the Number Line
Classwork: Practice 13 #148 (Select problems); Review for quiz on Wednesday
Homework: Review for quiz on Wednesday
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Topic: Properties of Real Numbers (Also the topics above)
Classwork: Quiz (Lessons 11 through 13, and classroom rules) Following the quiz, the teacher will start on Lesson 14: Properties of Real Numbers and the Number Line
Homework: Practice Worksheet 14 #115 (Odd)
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Topic: Distributive Property (Also the topics above)
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 17 #115 (Odd); Study Guide
Homework: Review the study guide
Friday, August 11, 2017
Topic: All of the topics above
Classwork: Test (Chapter 1 Sections 1 through 4, and 7)
Homework: Review notes
Standards:  AREI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike. 
AAPR.1:  Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.  
AREI.6 :  Solve systems of linear equations algebraically, exactly, and graphically while focusing on pairs of linear equations in two variables.  
FIF.7: 
Graph functions expressed symbolically and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated cases.
b. Graph square root and piecewise defined functions, including absolute value functions.

Monday
Assignment: Review previous quiz; Review for Final Exam
Tuesday
Assignment: Review for Final Exam (1st, 3rd); Final Exam2nd Block
Wednesday
Assignment: Review for Final Exam (3rd); Enrichment activity 2nd; Final Exam1st Block
Thursday
Assignment: Enrichment Activity (1st and 2nd); Final Exam3rd Block
Friday
Assignment: Enrichment activity
Tuesday
The students will complete the do now. Next the teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher and students will also review the previous homework and previous test. The students will review Mississippi, California, and Florida state test practice problems on a variety of topics. The students will also complete study guide for quiz on Wednesday. Students will take a mini quiz. Homework will be assigned.
Wednesday
The students will complete the do now. Next the teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher will review the students for the quiz. The students will take a quiz on state practice test review problems. If time permits, students will continue reviewing state practice test questions. Homework will be assigned.
Thursday
The students will complete the do now. Next the teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher and students will also review the previous homework and previous test. The students will review Mississippi, California, and Florida state test practice problems on a variety of topics. The students will also complete study guide for test on Friday. Students will take a mini quiz. Homework will be assigned.
Friday
The students will complete the do now. Next the teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher will review the students for the quiz. The students will take a quiz on state practice test review problems. If time permits, students will continue reviewing state practice test questions. Homework will be assigned.
Homework for April 1721, 2017
Monday: Complete the review questions that you were given on Thursday, April 13, 2017
Tuesday: Study Guide; review for quiz on Wednesday
Wednesday: Review questions
Thursday: Study guide; review for test on Friday
Friday: Review questions; prepare for quiz on Monday
Lesson Plans April 1014, 2017
Monday
The students will complete the do now. The teacher and students will review the do now. The students will review their third term test, especially problem areas. The teacher will introduce the students to the Pythagorean Theorem. The teacher and students will do a guided practice. Then the students will do independent practice. Next the teacher and students will review previously learned concepts (State test review). Homework will be assigned.
Tuesday
The students will complete the do now. The teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher and students will review the previous homework. The teacher will introduce the students to graphing square root functions. The teacher and students will do a guided practice. The students will do an independent practice. Next the teacher and students will review previously learned concepts (State test review). Homework will be assigned.
Wednesday
The students will complete the do now. The teacher and students will review the do now. The students will report to the library for the MAP Assessment. Once the students have completed the assessment, they will do enrichment problems.
Thursday
The students will complete the do now. The teacher and students will review the do now. The teacher will review with the students for the upcoming test. The students will complete their study guides. Homework will be assigned.
Friday
The students will complete the do now. The teacher and the students will review the do now. The teacher will review with the students. The students will take their test (Chapter 10 Sections 1 and 5).
Monday: Review for exam
Tuesday: Review for exam
Wednesday: Exam Part 12nd and 3rd Period
Thursday: Exam Part 2 2nd and 3rd Period; Part 11st Period
Friday: Part 21st Block
Monday
Topic: Solving Quadratic Functions
Classwork: p. 564 #836 (Even)
Homework: Practice Worksheet 93
Tuesday
Topic: Factoring to solve quadratic equations
Classwork: p. 571 #836 (Even)
Homework: Practice 94; review for quiz on Wednesday
Wednesday
Topic: Quadratics
Classwork: Quiz; p. 579 #731(Odd)
Homework: Practice Worksheet 95
Thursday
Topic: Quadratics
Classwork: p. 586#715 (Odd)
Homework: Study Guide
Friday
Topic: Quadratics
Classwork: Test
Homework: Complete 3rd Nine Weeks Exam Study Guide
Monday
Student Holiday
Tuesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will reveiw the Do Now. Next the teacher will review the previous test with the students. The teacher will introduce the students to quadratics and their properties. The teacher and the students will do a guided practice, "Lesson Check" on p. 549 #16 (all) and "Lesson Check" on p. 556 #16 (all). The students will do independent practice on select problems on p. 550 #830 (Even) and pp.556557#832.
Wednesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The teacher will review the homework. The teacher will introduce solving quadratic functions. The teacher and the students will do guided practice, "Lesson Check" on p. 556 and p. 563 #17 (all). The students will do independent practice on select problems on pp. 556557 #832 (Even) and p. 564 #836 (Even). Homework will be assigned.
Thursday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The teacher will review the homework. The teacher will review the students for the upcoming test. Students will complete part one of the study guide. Homework will be assigned.
Friday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The teacher will review with the students prior to testing. The students will take a test on Chapter 9 Sections 14. Homework will be assigned.
Homework
Monday
Practice Worksheet 91 and 92 (Select problems)
Tuesday
Practice Worksheets 92 and 93 (Select problems)
Wednesday
Practice Worksheet 94 #226 (Even)
Thursday
Study Guide #120 (all)
Friday
Review vocabulary
Monday
Topic: Factoring Trinomials
Classwork: p. 515 #1028 Even
Homework: Factoring Trinomials Worksheet #115 (all)
Tuesday
Topic: Factoring Trinomials
Classwork: p. 520 #826 (Even)
Homework: Study Guide #120
Wednesday
Topic: Factoring Trinomials
Classwork: Quiz
Homework: Factoring Special Cases #115
Thursday
Topic: Factoring Trinomials
Classwork: Study Guide Part #2
Homework:
Friday
Topic: Factoring Trinomials
Classwork: Test
Homework: Review notes
Monday
Topic: Multiplying Special Products
Classwork: Practice 84 Form G #116 (all), #2739 (all), #4655 (all); p. 508 #2530 (all), #3650 (all)
Homework: Multiplying Special Products Worksheet #115
Tuesday
Topic: Factoring Polynomials
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 85 and 86 Select Problems
Homework: Factoring by using GCF Worksheet #120 (all); Review Worksheet
Wednesday
Topic: Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials
Classwork: Quiz Chapter 8 Sections 4 through 6
Homework: Review for upcoming test
Thursday
Topic: Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials
Classwork: Study Guide Part 1
Homework: Study Guide Part 2
Friday
Topic: Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials
Classwork: Test (Chapter 8 Sections 4 through 6)
Homework: Review vocabulary
Lesson Plans January 30, 2017February 3, 2017
Monday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and the students will review the Do Now. The teacher will review the previous test with the students. The teacher will access prior knowledge with the students in a discussion about polynomials. The teacher will lecture about adding and subtracting polynomials to the students. The teacher and students will do a guided practice using Lesson Check on p. 489. The students will do independent practice on pp. 489490 #840 (Even) and #41, 42. Homework will be assignment.
Tuesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The students will review the previous homework. The teacher will allow the students to explore with multiplying and factoring polynomials. The teacher will lecture on multiplying and factoring polynomials on p. 492. The students and teacher will do a guided practice on p. 494. The students will do independent practice on p. 495 #1036 (Even). Afterwards, the students will review for the quiz on Wednesday. Homework will be assigned.
Wednesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students review prior to taking the quiz. Following the quiz, the teacher will discuss multiplying binomials. The students and teacher will do a guided practice on p. 501 #17 (all). The students will do an independent practice on pp. 501502 #840. Homework will be assigned.
Thursday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The students will review the previous quiz. The students will also review the previous homework. The teacher will lecture on multiplying special cases. The teacher and students will complete a guided practice on p. 507 #18 (all). The students will complete pp. 507508 #919 (all), #2530 (all). The teacher will also review. The students will complete their study guides in small groups or individually. Homework will be assigned.
Friday
The students will complete the Do Now. The teacher and students will review the Do Now. The students will review the previous homework. The teacher will review prior to the students taking the test. After the students complete the test, they will complete a reinforcement activity.
Homework:
MondayPractice Worksheet 81 #232 (Even), #38
TuesdayPractice Worksheet 82 #214 (Even), #3248 (Even)
WednesdayPractice Worksheet 83 #214 (Even); Also review for test on Friday
ThursdayPractice Worksheet 84 #218 (Even), #2838 (Even); Also review study guide for test on Friday
FridayReview notes
Monday
The students will complete the Do Now. The students and teacher will review the Do Now. The teacher will review with the students for their upcoming test on Wednesday. Students will review some of the challenging problems from their previous test. The teacher will review exponential growth and decay. Students will complete select problems. Students will graph exponential functions and linear functions. Students will distinguish between the graphs of each. Students will review real world problems and determine whether they are linear functions or exponential functions. Students will need to distinguish between the exponential growth and decay problems. Finally, students need to solve the real world problems. Students will also review compound interest problems. They will find the balance in each banking account after a given period. Homework will be assigned (See below.)
Tuesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The students and teacher will review the Do Now. The students will also review for the test on Wednesday. Students will then complete study guide problem #119 (Odd). The teacher will review arithmetic sequences. Next, the teacher will discuss geometric sequences and the students and teacher will do a guided practice together. Homework will be assigned.
Wednesday
The students will complete the Do Now. The students and teacher will review the Do Now. The teacher will review with the students prior to taking their test. The students will take their test. Following the test, the students will practice arithmetic and geometric sequences. Homework will be assigned.
Thursday
The students will complete the Do Now. The students and teacher will review the Do Now. The teacher will review with the students for a quiz on Friday. The students will review state practice test taking strategies. Students will review calculator strategies. Students will be given state test style practice questions. Students will discuss each problem and the approach for solving each. Homework will be assigned.
Friday
The students will complete the Do Now. The students and teacher will review the Do Now. The teacher will review with the students prior to the quiz. The students will take a quiz on arithmetic and geometric sequences. Following the test the students will do Mixed Review Worksheet.
Homework
Monday
Exponential Review Worksheet p.457 #1017
Tuesday
Study Guide #220 (Even); Review for test on Wednesday
Wednesday
Arthmetic and Geometric Sequences Review Sheet
Thursday
Review Worksheet; Review for quiz on Friday
DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis Vocabulary
DNA
RNA and Protein Synthesis
16. Operatorshort DNA region, adjacent to the promoter of prokaryotic
operon, that binds repressor proteins responsible for controlling the rate of transcription of the operon
18. Homeotic genea class of regulatory genes that determine the identity of body parts and regions in an embryo; mutations in these genes can transform one body part into another
19. Mutationchange in the genetic material of a cell
20. Point Mutationgene mutation in which a single base pair in DNA has been
changed