

Chapter
1 


Students will be able to define a real
numbers and their subsets. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods

1.1
Real Numbers 


Students will be able to simplify
expressions with exponents. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods

1.2a
Exponents 


Students
will be able to simplify expressions with fractional
exponents and convert them between the fractional exponent form
and the radical form. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods.

1.2b
Radicals 


Students
will be able to simplify algebraic expressions with
exponential and fractional exponents. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Apply the binomial theorem to expansion of
binomials.

1.3a
Algebraic Expressions 


Students
will be able to simplify albebraic expressions with
rational exponents. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Apply the binomial theorem to expansion of
binomials.

1.3b
Algebraic Expressions 


Students
will be able to simplify fractional expressions with
exponents and/or radicals. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Apply the binomial theorem to expansion of
binomials.

1.4a
Fractional Expressions 


Students
will be able to define a function or nonfunction and solve
a function given a specific input. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Apply the binomial theorem to expansion of
binomials.

1.4b Fractional Expressions 











Chapter 2 


Students
will be able to solve an algebraic equation with one first
degree variable. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Apply the binomial theorem to expansion of
binomials.

2.1
Equations 


Students
will be able to define and solve quadratic
equations by factoring and completing the square. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods

2.3a
Quadratic Equations 


Students
will be able to solve quadratic equations using the
quadratic formula. Students will also be able to calculate
the determinant of a quadratic equation and identify the type of
root or roots that solve it. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods. Use discriminanats of quadratic equations
to characterize the nature of the solutions to the
equations.

2.3b
Quadratic Equations 


Students
will be able to add, subtract, multiply, divide complex
expressions as well as simplify quadratic equations containing
complex answers. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods.

2.4
Complex Numbers 


Students
will be able to solve an equation containing absolute
values, solve equations of a degree greater than two using
grouping and solve equations which contain a rational
exponent. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods.

2.5a
Other Types Of Equations 


Students
will be able to solve an equation radicals and by using
usubstitution. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: Solve a variety of equatins using
appropriate methods.

2.5b
Other Types Of Equations 


Students
will be able to solve single and dual inequalities and
display resultant answers in bracket form. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: 
2.6
Inequalities 











Chapter 6 


Students
will be able to define and solve supplementary
complementary, right, obtuse, acute, terminal and cotermainal
angles in deciamal degree or degree/minute/second format as well
as radians. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
6.1 Angles 


Students
will be able to convert decimal or degree/minute/second
degrees to radians and vice versa. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
6.1 Angles (Cont.) 


Students
will be able to identify and use the six trigonometric
functions: sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, and
cotangentin along with the PythagoreanTheorem. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
6.2a
Trigonometric Functions of Angles



Students
will be able to identify and use the six trigonometric
functions: sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, and
cotangent, their inverses and Pythagorean Identities. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
6.2b
Trigonometric Functions of Angles 











Chapter 8 


Students
will be able to use the Law of Sines to solve for given
triangles. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
8.1
Law of Sines 


Students
will be able to use the Law of Cosines to solve
triangles. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
8.2
Law of Cosines 

11/1719 
Students
will be able to use scalar multiplication, addition and
subtraction to combine vectors. Students will be able to
determine the magnitude and direction of a given vector as well
as solve real world applications involving vectors. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
8.3
Vectors 

11/20 
Chapter Test Review 


11/23 
Chapter Test 








Chapter
7 

11/3012/3 
Students
will be able to convert decimal or degree/minute/second
degrees to radians and vice versa. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
7.1
Verifying Trigonometric Identities 

12/37 
Students
will be able to solve trigonometric equation involving
sine, tangent functions as well as with multiple
angles. Students will be able to solve trigonometric
equatins by factoring. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: . 
7.2 Trigonometric Equations 

12/810 
Students
will be able to use addition and subtraction formulas of
trigonometric functions to find complementary angles, exact
values and verify rreductin formulas. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment.
SPI: . 
7.3
Addition & Subtractions Formulas 

12/1114 
Students
will be able to use multiple angle formulas of
trigonometric functions to find given values of an unknown
angle, verify identities, find exact values of an expression and
express trigonometric expressions given in one function in
another function. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
SPI: . 
7.4 MultipleAngle Formulas 

12/15 
Chapter Test Review 


12/16 
Chapter Test 


12/1718 
Final Exam Review 


12/2122 
Final Exams 









