Class Agenda #42

Opener:

  • What does a linear function look like?
  • What does a quadratic function look like?
  • What does the equation of a circle look like?
  • Are there other kinds of functions?

Work Return

Consent Forms

Team Problem Solving Task: A New Kind of Graph

Delta Math: “Graphs of Trig Functions” — available until Sunday at midnight

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Class Agenda #41

What does it mean to demonstrate mastery on these Student Learning Targets?

  • Habit 1: I can make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

  • Habit 7: I look for and can make use of structures and patterns.

  • Triangles 2: I understand the relationships between different trigonometric ratios.

  • Unit Circle 2: I can use the unit circle to extend the definitions of trigonometric functions to all real numbers.

Due at the end of class today: Problem Set #14

Weekend Homework: Delta Math – Trig Functions

 

Class Agenda #41: Supernovas

Opener: Problem #6 on Problem Set #14

Work Time

Learning Target Review

Check In Quiz

Class Agenda #40: Brainiacs

Opener:

Give at least three trigonometric ratios that are equivalent to sin(43π/36).

Problem Set #14: Due at the end of class tomorrow – Thursday, May 30, 2013.

  • You should think of this as an exam.  Give your best, most precise, most elegant, and most complete answers to each question/problem.

  • But don’t copy off each other, and don’t plagiarize.  It’s easy to tell when you’re doing that.

  • You have all of class today to work on these problems and ask questions.  You’ll have approximately 20 minutes during tomorrow class to do the same.

Also Note: Problem Set #13 was due yesterday at 3:30.  If you have it right now, I’ll take it.

Class Agenda #40: Monarchs

Opener:

Give at least three trigonometric ratios that are equivalent to sin(43π/36).

Problem Set #14: Due at the end of class on Friday, May 31, 2013.

  • You should think of this as an exam.  Give your best, most precise, most elegant, and most complete answers to each question/problem.

  • But don’t copy off each other, and don’t plagiarize.  It’s easy to tell when you’re doing that.

  • You have all of class today to work on these problems and ask questions.  You’ll have approximately 20 minutes during tomorrow class to do the same.

Also Note: Problem Set #13 was due yesterday at 3:30 pm.  If you have it right now, I’ll take it.

Class Agenda #40: Supernovas

Opener:

Give at least three trigonometric ratios that are equivalent to sin(43π/36).

Problem Set #14: Due at the end of class tomorrow – Wednesday, May 29, 2013.

  • You should think of this as an exam.  Give your best, most precise, most elegant, and most complete answers to each question/problem.

  • But don’t copy off each other, and don’t plagiarize.  It’s easy to tell when you’re doing that.

  • You have all of class today to work on these problems and ask questions.  You’ll have approximately 20 minutes during tomorrow class to do the same.

Also Note: Problem Set #13 is due today at 3:30.

Class Agenda #39

Circle of 1000 Truths: Check-in (~5 minutes)

  • Complete Side 1 of the check-in quiz without using a calculator.
  • How did you do? Grade yourself on Habit 1 and SLT UC2.

Work Time: What do you need to know?

  • When do two angles have the same sine or cosine?
  • Use Delta Math to uncover TWO BIG IDEAS for SLT Unit Circle 2.
  • Unit Circle 2:  I can use the unit circle to extend the definitions of trigonometric functions to all real numbers.

Circle of 1000 Truths: Revisit and Reflect

  • Complete Side 2 of the check-in quiz without using a calculator.
  • How did you do? Grade yourself on Habit 6 and SLT UC2.
  • Reflect: How is your second response different from your first response? Is your second response better?

Problem Set #13 Due Tuesday 5/28