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Pacing Guide and Assignment Sheet

Day Date Topic Standard Learning Targets


1 Mon
8/25
Get to know you, syllabus
2 Tue
8/26
Wed
8/27
Hand out books

Pretest sections 1.1-1.4 (prior
knowledge)

MAKE SURE YOU GET A LAPTOP!!
Review of A1


3 Thu
8/28
Fri
8/29
1.5 problem solving skills; verbal models

Video -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qhm7-
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Review of A1 To be able to use a verbal model to
solve a problem
To be able to recognize patterns
To be able to use diagrams to help
solve problems
4 Tue
9/2
Wed
9/3
1.6 1.7
Solving linear inequalities and absolute
value functions
A2.5.4 Solve equations and inequalities
involving absolute values of linear
expressions
To be able to graph inequalities
To be able to solve inequalities
To be able to solve absolute value
equations
To be able to solve absolute value
inequalities
5 Thu
9/4
Fri
9/5
Quiz on 1.6-1.7
2.1 (including extension) Representing
relations and functions; continuous and
discrete functions
A2.5.1 Determine whether a relationship is
a function and identify independent and
dependent variables, the domain, range,
roots, asymptotes and any points of
discontinuity of functions. (use paper and
pencil methods and/or graphing
calculators where appropriate)
To be able to identify a function
To be able to identify the domain
and range
To be able to graph an equation in
two variables
To be able to write a function in
function notation
To be able to classify a function
Wiesbaden High School
Math Department
Algebra 2
6 Mon
9/8
Tue
9/9
2.2 Rate of change
2.5 direct variation
To be able to determine the slope,
or rate of change
To be able to classify lines by their
slopes
To be able to write and graph a
direct variation equation
To be able to identify direct
variation
7 Wed
9/10
Thu
9/11
2.3 graphing lines

A2.5.2 Graph and describe the basic shape
of the graphs and analyze the general form
of the equations for the following families
of functions: linear, quadratic, exponential,
piece-wise, and absolute value (use
technology when appropriate.)
To be able to graph linear functions
To be able to identify how the
values in a linear equation impact
the graph of the equation
8 Fri
9/12
Mon
9/15
Quiz over 2.1-2.3

2.4 writing the equation of a line
A2.5.5 Determine the equation of a
function as a variation or transformation of
the general form of the equation for the
basic family of the function
To be able to write the equation of a
linear function
9 Tue
9/16
Wed
9/17
2.6 scatter plots and line of best fit A2.5.2 Graph and describe the basic shape
of the graphs and analyze the general form
of the equations for the following families
of functions: linear, quadratic, exponential,
piece-wise, and absolute value (use
technology when appropriate.)
To be able to draw a scatter plot
To be able to use the correlation
coefficient to describe the data
To be able to find the line of best fit
both manually and using a
calculator
10 Thu
9/18
Fri
9/19
Quiz 2.4-2.6


A2.5.3 Describe the translations and scale
changes of a given function (x) resulting
from parameter substitutions and describe
the effect of such changes on linear,
quadratic, and exponential functions
To be able to graph an absolute
value equation
To be able to identify how the
values in an absolute value equation
impact the graph of the equation
11 Mon
9/22
Tue
9/23
2.7 transformations A2.5.3 Describe the translations and scale
changes of a given function (x) resulting
from parameter substitutions and describe
the effect of such changes on linear,
quadratic, and exponential functions
To be able to graph an absolute
value equation
To be able to identify how the
values in an absolute value
equation impact the graph of the
equation
12 Wed
9/24
Thu
9/25
2.8 linear inequalities A2.5.4 Solve equations and inequalities
involving absolute values of linear
expressions
A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to graph linear
inequalities
To be able to graph absolute value
inequalities
13 Fri
9/26
Mon
9/29
Test over chapters 1-2
14 Tue
9/30
Wed
10/1
3.1 Solve linear systems by graphing

3.2 Solve linear systems algebraically
A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to solve systems of
linear equations by graphing
To be able to solve systems of
linear equations by substitution
15 Thu
10/2
Fri
10/3
More 3.1-3.2 A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to solve systems of
linear equations by graphing
To be able to solve systems of
linear equations by substitution
16 Mon
10/6
Tue
10/7
Quiz 3.1 3.2

3.3 Graph systems of linear inequalities
and linear programming
A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to solve systems of
linear inequalities by graphing
To be able to find the optimal
solution to a linear programming
problem
17 Wed
10/8
Thu
10/9
3.4 Solve systems in three variables

A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to solve systems of
linear equations in three variables
18 Tue
10/14
Wed
10/15
3.5 Perform basic matrix operations To be able to identify the
dimensions of matrices
To be able to add and subtract
matrices
To be able to multiply matrices by a
scalar
19 Thu
10/16
Fri
10/17
Quiz 3.3-3.5

3.6 Multiply matrices

To be able to identify if two
matrices can be multiplied
To be able to multiply matrices
20 Mon
10/20
Tue
10/21
3.7 Evaluate determinants and apply
Cramers rule
3.8 Use inverse matrices to solve linear
systems
A2.5.4 Solve systems of linear equations
and inequalities in two variables by
substitution, graphing, and use matrices
with three variables
To be able to evaluate determinants
of matrices
To be able to apply Cramers Rule
to solve a system of equations in 2
or 3 variables
To be able to determine the inverses
of matrices
To be able to solve systems of
equations using inverse matrices
21 Wed
10/22
Thu
10/23
Test over chapter 3
22 Fri
10/24
Mon
10/27
4.1 Graph quadratic functions in standard
form
4.2 Graph quadratic functions in vertex
or intercept form

A2.1.5 Determine and interpret maximum
or minimum values for quadratic equations
A2.5.2 Graph and describe the basic shape
of the graphs and analyze the general form
of the equations for the following families
of functions: linear, quadratic, exponential,
piece-wise, and absolute value (use
technology when appropriate.)
A2.5.3 Describe the translations and scale
changes of a given function (x) resulting
from parameter substitutions and describe
the effect of such changes on linear,
quadratic, and exponential functions
To be able to graph a quadratic
function
To be able to identify the axis of
symmetry, vertex, and zeroes of a
quadratic function
To be able to explain how a
quadratic equation and its graph are
related, and how changes in one
effect the other
23 Tue
10/28
Wed
10/29
4.3 Solve x
2
+ bx + c by factoring
4.4 Solve ax
2
+ bx + c by factoring

End of quarter one
A2.1.4 Determine rational and complex
zeros for quadratic equations
To be able to factor a quadratic
equation
To be able to apply the zero product
property to solve a quadratic
equation
24 Thu
10/30
Mon
11/3
Quiz 4.1-4.4

4.5 Solve quadratic equations by finding
square roots


A2.1.4 Determine rational and complex
zeros for quadratic equations
To be able to simplify a square root
To be able to rationalize the
denominator of a fraction
To be able to solve a quadratic
equation using square roots