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Steve Wood

swood@asm.ac.ma

Course: Algebra 2

Building on their work with linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, students ext

end their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical function

s.Students work closely with the

expressions that define the functions, and continue to expand their abilities to mode

l situations and to

solve equations, including solving quadratic equations over the set of complex num

bers and solving

exponential equations using the properties of logs.Students experience mathematic

s as a coherent,

useful, and logical subject that makes use of their ability to make sense of problem

situations

**Expectations for Success:
**

1. Respect: Showing respect to the Teacher as well as your classmates and

things in the classroom

2. Responsibility: You are expected to bring all essential materials with you to

class to be a productive student. This includes: Notebook, Paper, Pencil or

Pen, Book, Assignment or Homework. As a responsible student, you will be

expected to be organized, aware of all assignments and deadlines, and hold

yourself academically accountable.

3. Effort: You will be expected to try your very best each and every day. You will

ask questions when you do not understand, and set up arrangements for

after school help if needed.

4. Accountability: You are expected to be in class everyday and on-time. If you

are not able to make it to class or are sick, please be responsible and send an

email to notify me that you will not be in attendance. I can then send you

what we covered and work missed so that when you arrive, you will not be

behind.

5. Academic Honesty: You are expected to do your own work and learn the

material for yourself. This will help build retention of the material and provide

more of a foundation and stepping stone for a successful math career in high

school and college.

**Materials Needed for class:
**

1. Notebook: 3 ring binder or large spiral notebook with enough room and paper

for all notes and handouts, etc for the whole year

2. Notebook paper for notes, homework exercises, warm-ups, etc

3. Writing utensils: Pen or pencils

4. Graphing Calculator: for upper levels this is essential, but not required for

Algebra or Geometry however will be useful to have and know how to

operate. TI-84 or TI-84Plus are great ones to have

**5. Optional: colored pencils, markers, tape, scissors, glue, etc. We will be
**

making posters, foldables, graphic organizers, projects, and might be useful

to have.

**Class Structure/Operating Schedule:
**

My class is a very organized and hand’s on learning environment. There will

be a mix of lecture to deliver the new content, followed by guided practice through

small group work, activities, games, posters, then independent practice. There will

be lots of formative assessments through the week through warm-ups of content

from previous days as well as activities to monitor achievement. Homework is a

chance for students to practice the new content, make mistakes and learn from

them and practice to improve. Therefore, homework is checked for completion

rather than right or wrong. Students will be keeping a detailed notebook which will

include all notes and activities and handouts in a structured, organized way which

will be monitored and checked before each unit test. When it comes to

assessments, I like to end the week with a review day of content covered and

allowing students to clear up any questions they may still have. Tests will then

usually be on a Monday following the review. I believe the most important aspect of

testing is not necessarily the score but the mastery of the content and retention of

material. I will allow students to retake a test after they complete a revision

assignment, but will average all the scores together for a final grade. They will

have to arrange a time after school to retake a test in advance but must be done

within a week of the test given.

Grade Scale:

A+

A

AB+

B

BC+

C

CD+

D

DF

97100

94-96

90-93

87-89

84-86

80-83

77-79

74-76

70-73

67-69

64-66

60-63

↓60

Units of Study

Unit 1 Review of Algebra 1

Unit 2 Operations with Polynomials

Unit 3 Factoring Polynomial Expressions

Unit 4 Solving Rational and Radical Expressions and Equations including Complex

#’s and operations

Unit 5 Quadratic Functions

Unit 6 Composition of Functions and Inverses

Unit 7 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Unit 8 Sequences and Series

Unit 9 Statistics and Probability

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