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1 Activity 1 Classroom Rules & Regulations Policies & Procedures Course Curriculum / Syllabus LTF Activity: Interval Notation (Precal) 2 Pre-Assessment 3 & Functions and Their Properties 5 LTF Activity: - Describing Graphs (Precalculus) Twelve Basic Functions LTF Activity: Characteristics of Functions (Algebra 2) Twelve Basic Functions (cont.) 8 & Graphical Transformations Review of Basic Graphs and Transformations 1

2 10 LTF Activity: A Generic Function (Precalculus) [N-CN3] 11 Assessment: Lessons 1.2, 1.3 & 1.6 (Include LTF Assessments) [F-BF1c] 12 & Building Functions from Functions Note: Supplement Using Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities by Sullivan 3 rd Edition p87, 96 # s 13-20; p 99 # s 73-78; p 124 # s 59-66] ACOS 22 [F-BF1c] Parametric Relations and Inverses (Skip Parametric Equations until Section 6.3) ACOS #23, 24 [F-BF4c] & 18 LTF Activity: A Composition of Functions (Algebra II) 1.7 Modeling with Functions Stress Application of Domain and Range & The use of Technology Assessment Lessons 1.4, 1.5, 1.7 (Include LTF Assessments) ACOS # s 22, 23, 25 LTF Activities: 1. Composition of Functions Graphically (Algebra II) 2.Composition of Functions Explorations (Algebra II) 3.Graping from the inside out composition of Functions (Precalculus) Chapter Project Due Modeling the Growth of a Business Linear and Quadratic Functions and Modeling (Only Average Rate of Change) 2

3 20 21 Birmingham City Schools LTF Activity: Investigating Average Rate of Change (Algebra II) Fall AHSGE - Scheduled 2.3 Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree with Modeling (End Behavior & Intermediate Value Theorem - Using problems 25-28) (Pull in IVT Problems) Fall AHSGE - Scheduled 22 & 23 LTF Activity: Is There a Solution or Not? 24 Fall AHSGE - Scheduled 2.6 Graphs of Rational Functions Fall AHSGE - Scheduled ACOS #21 [F-1F7d] LTF Activity: *Rational Functions with Removable Discontinuity (Algebra II) *Rational Functions Long Run Behavior *Rational Functions Short Run Behavior *Transformations of Rational Functions *Rational Functions and Their Asymptotes (Precalculus) *RAT 2 EY (Precalculus) *Horizontal, Slant and Oblique Asymptotes 25 LTF Activity: End Behavior of Rational Functions(Precalculus) *Assign Class Project from Chapter 3: Analyzing a Bouncing Ball & Collecting the Data p. 318 Midpoint Ends / Progress Reports 26 Assessment Lessons 2.1, 2.3, 2.6 (Include LTF Assessments) 3

4 27 & Exponential and Logistic Functions ACOS #28, [F-BF5] Exponential and Logistic Functions (cont.) ACOS #28, [F-BF5] Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs ACOS #27,28 [F-BF5] LTF Activities: Exponential Growth and Decay (Algebra II) Solving Systems of Exponential, Logarithmic, and Linear Equations (Algebra II) E xponential Growth (Precalculus) Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs (cont.) ACOS #27,28 [F-BF5] 32 & Properties of Logarithmic Functions ACOS LTF Activity: Exponential and Natural Logarithmic Functions(Precalculus) Equation Solving and Modeling LTF Activity: Newton s Law of Cooling 36 Review 4

5 37 & Assessment: Sections 3.1, (Include LTF Assessments) 7.1 Solving Systems of Two Equations 7.2 Matrix Algebra ACOS # 11 17, 19 [A-RE19], [N-VM6 VM12] *Assign Class Project from Chapter 7: Male and Female Population Data p Multivariate Linear Systems and Row Operations ACOS #18 [A-RE18] 42 & Multivariate Linear Systems and Row Operations (cont d) ACOS #18 [A-RE18] 44 Review 45 Assessment: Weeks Assessment Review: P & 48 1 st 9-Weeks Exam Scheduled 5

6 Birmingham City Schools 49 Midpoint Ends / Progress Report Due & Complex Zeros and the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra [N-CN3] *Assign Class Project from Chapter 2: Modeling the Height of a Bouncing Ball p A.3 Fractional Expressions (Domain of an Algebraic Expressions, Operations with Rational Expressions, Compound Rational Expressions) & 57 6

7 & & 68 Midpoint Ends / Progress Report Due 69 7

8 70 Winter AHSGE - Scheduled 71 Winter AHSGE - Scheduled 72 & 73 Winter AHSGE - Scheduled 74 Winter AHSGE - Scheduled & Pre-Calculus Menu Activity LTF: Transformation Activity 80 Pre-Calculus Menu Activity (Due) LTF: Transformation Activity & Angles and Their Measure (Relationships Between Degrees and Radians) 4.1 Angles and Their Measure (cont d) 4.2 Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles [F-TF3] Exploration Activity #1 Constructing a 1- Radian Angle 8

9 Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles (cont d) LTF Activity: Trig Ratios 85 & 86 Cumulative Review 87 Cumulative Review 88 Semester Exams: _2 nd, 4 th & 6 th Periods & 91 Semester Exams: _1 st, 3 rd & 5 th Periods Semester Exams: _7 th Period & Make-up First Semester Ends Second Semester Begins January Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles (Review) Trigonometry Extended: The Circular Functions [F-TF3], [F-TF4] Exploration 2: Exploring the Unit Circle Trigonometry Extended: The Circular Functions (cont d) 95 & Graphs of Sine and Cosine Sinusoids ACOS #29, [F-TF6] *Assign Class Project from Chapter 4: Modeling the Motion of a Pendulum p Graphs of Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and Cosecant ACOS #29, [F-TF6] 9

10 Graphs of Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and Cosecant (cont d) Assessment - LTF Activity (Teacher s Choice): 99 & Window Pane Graphing of Trigonometric Functions 2. Analyzing Trigonometric Functions Using Graphical Displays 4.6 Graphs of Composite Trigonometric Functions Class Activity: The Unit Circle Project Graphs of Composite Trigonometric Functions (cont d) [F-TF7] & Inverse Trigonometric Functions (Don t discuss inverses graphically) 4.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions (cont d) ACOS #26 ACOS #26 (Don t discuss inverses graphically) Solving Problems with Trigonometry Solving Problems with Trigonometry (cont d) 108 Assessment: Sections *Class Project from Chapter 4: Due 10

11 109 & Fundamental Identities *Assign Class Project from Chapter 5: Modeling the Illumination of the Moon p Proving Trigonometric Identities Proving Trigonometric Identities (cont d) Sum and Difference Identities ACOS #30, [F-TF9] 114 & Multiple Angle Identities ACOS# Assessment: Sections The Law of Sines Progress Reports Go Home 118 & The Law of Sines (cont d) 5.6 The Law of Cosines *Class Project from Chapter 5: Due The Law of Cosines (cont d) 121 Assessment: Chapter Vectors in the Plane [N-VM1], [N-VM2], [N-VM3], [N-VM4], [N-VM5] 11

12 123 & Dot Product of Vectors LTF Activity: Motion Defined Parametrically 6.3 Parametric Equations and Motion LTF Activity: Slopes of Curves LTF Activity: Parametric Equations [N-VM1], [[N-VM3], [N-VM4], [N-VM5] ACOS #20, # Polar Coordinates [N-CN4] 127 Assessment: Sections Graphs of Polar Equations [N-VM4], [F-TF4] 128 & Graphs of Polar Equations (cont d) LTF Activity: 1. Graphing Polar Equations 2. Special Points on Polar Curves and Intersections of Two Polar Curves De Moivre s Theorem and nth Roots [N-CN3], [N-CN4], De Moivre s Theorem and nth Roots (cont d) [N-CN5], [N-CN6] 132 Assessment: Chapter & Conic Sections and Parabolas ACOS #20, [G-GPE2] Ellipses Exploration 1 Graphing an Ellipse Using Its Parametric Equations p.595 ACOS #20, [G-GPE3] 12

13 Report Card Period Ends Ellipses (cont d) LTF Activity Module 2: Cone Exploration and Optimization Hyperbola ACOS #20, [G-GPE3] 138 & Translations and Rotation of Axes Assessment: Sections Polar Equations of Cosines Polar Equations of Cosines (cont d) Three-Dimensional Cartesian Coordinate System [G-GMD2] Report Cards Go Home 143 & Three-Dimensional Cartesian Coordinate System (cont d) 145 Assessment: Chapter Basic Combinatorics 13

14 The Binomial Theorem Exploration 1: Exploring the Binomial Coefficient p 652 *Do Exploration Problems 148 & The Binomial Theorem (cont d) LTF Activity: Binomial Theorem Probability Exploration 1: Testing Positive for HIV p 664 *Do Exploration Problems [S-MD1], [S-MD2], [S-MD3], [S-MD4], [S-MD5] 151 Assessment: Sections Sequences 153 & Series ACOS #5, # Computer Web Activity: Series and Sequences 9.6 Mathematical Induction 156 Assessment: Sections Statistics and Data (Graphical) 158 & Statistics and Data (Algebraic) LTF Activity: Curvilinear Data- Activity 2 Assign: Statistical Project Based Activities 14

15 Statistics and Data (Algebraic) (cont d) Exploration 1: Interpreting Histograms p 708 *Class Project from Chapter 9: Due Statistical Literacy 162 Assessment: Chapter & Limits and Motion: The Tangent Problem LTF Activity: Slopes of Secants Lines and Limits See page 16 for additional information on limits Limits and Motion: The Area Problem Limits and Motion: The Area Problem (cont d) 168 & 169 Assessment: Sections LTF Activity: Logistic and Gompertz Curves More on Limits More on Limits (cont d) 15

16 173 & Numerical Derivatives and Integrals Assessment: Chapter 10 Cumulative Review for Semester Exam 1 st, 3 rd & 5 th Periods SEMESTER EXAM 2 nd, 4 th & 6 th Periods SEMESTER EXAM th Period & Make-up SEMESTER EXAM nd Semester & Report Card Period Ends 180 Teacher Workday 16

17 Chapter 10: An Introduction to Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals Additional Reference Source: Precalculus by Michael Sullivan Lesson 13.1 Finding Limits Using Tables and Graphs 13.2 Algebra Techniques for Finding Limits 13.3 One-Sided Limits; Continuous Functions *Do Algebraically and Graphically 4, 9, The Tangent Problem; The Derivative 13.5 The Area Problem; The Integral 17

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