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2018-2019
Algebra II - Course Syllabus
Mrs. Michelle Bridges HYPERLINK "mailto:mbridges@oneidaschools.org" mbridges@oneidaschools.org
(423) 569-8818
Algebra II is a year-long, required course and is a graduation requirement including a 3-part state test. This TNReady test must be used as their second semester test per the state.
Course Content (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
1st Nine Weeks
Solving Multi-Step Equations
Linear Functions and Slope-Intercept Form
Families of Functions
Absolute Value Functions and Graphs
Two-Variable Inequalities
Solving Systems with both two and three variables
Quadratic Functions and Transformations
Standard Form of a Quadratic Function
Factoring Quadratic Expressions
Quadratic Equations
The Quadratic Formula
Complex Numbers
Quadratic Systems
2nd Nine Weeks
Polynomial Functions
Polynomials, Linear Factors, and Zeros
Solving Polynomial Equations
Dividing Polynomials
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Polynomial Models in the Real World
Rational Exponents
Solving Square Root and Other Radical Equations
Inverse Relations and Functions
Exploration and Properties of Exponential Functions
Logarithmic Functions as Inverses
Properties of Logarithms
Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Natural Logarithms
3rd Nine Weeks
Rational Functions and their Graphs
Rational Expressions
Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
Solving Rational Equations
Mathematical Patterns
Arithmetic Sequences
Geometric Sequences
Geometric Series
Probability
Probability of Multiple Events
Conditional Probability
Analyzing Data
4th Nine Weeks
Standard Deviation
Samples and Surveys
Normal Distribution
Exploring Periodic Data
Angles and the Unit Circle
Radian Measure
The Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Functions
Reciprocal Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Identities
Solving Trigonometric Equations Using Inverses
Right Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios
Course Supplies
Pencils
Textbook (brought daily to class and taken home to complete assignments)
Loose Leaf College-Ruled Paper
Calculator an inexpensive recommendation is a TI-30XS or downloading one on their phone. However, we will use the TI-Nspire (Non CAS model) calculators in the classroom. These calculators are not loaned to students so it may be necessary for them to stay for tutoring to have calculator access. Should you wish to purchase one, you can find used or refurbished TI-Nspire CXs on eBay and Amazon at a reduced price.
Math Binder (3-ring) 1-1/2 recommended (with pockets). The binder is to keep class notes, handouts, work, tests, vocabulary, etc....MUST stay organized. This will be checked periodically for a grade.
Dividers (for binder 5 needed) Miscellaneous, Notes/Procedures, 1st Sem. Assignments, 2nd Sem. Assignments, Tests/Quizzes
Grading Nine Weeks Average (subject to change)
Activity Points/Project 10%
Classwork/Homework/Participation 30%
Tests/Quizzes 60%
Semester Average (subject to change)
Nine Weeks Average 42.5%
Nine Weeks Average 42.5%
Semester Test/State Test 15%
Please note that the state test is given in three parts during the testing window mandated by the state department. This window typically occurs the latter weeks of April through the first weeks of May. These tests are extremely challenging and your child must take it very seriously when preparing to take them.
Parents/guardians and students will be able to monitor grades in Skyward. There is information in the guidance office regarding instructions to set up an account.
Additional work/activities are NOT offered for extra credit in this class. A student may improve his/her grade by attending after school tutoring. Math tutoring is available 2-4 days a week after school at no cost to the student.
Assignment Policy
All assignments are expected to be completed by the given due date or time. Arranging for any make-up work is the responsibility of the student. If the student has homework, it will be minimal if he/she used their time in class wisely. Absent work will be made up according to the school handbook policy.
Activity Points/Project
Students will be expected to complete activity points or complete a project each nine-weeks grading period. This is NOT extra credit.
Tests/Quizzes
Students will be given quizzes and tests periodically. If your child doesnt take an active part in his/her learning, grades will begin dropping quickly. 60% of the nine weeks average is tests/quizzes. Struggling students are encouraged to take advantage of all opportunities to help raise scores Students may occasionally be assigned test corrections as a homework assignment. It is important that your child reworks missed skills if given the opportunity to help them on future tests/quizzes.
Classroom Rules
Not following the classroom rules or procedures will result in a referral for disciplinary action.
**Be on time (that means in your seat and working when the bell rings). The school attendance/tardy policy will be followed.
**Be prepared (bring your own pencil, paper, book, notebook, and assignment to class daily)
**Be respectful to everyone and use your manners
**Do your own workyou will NOT be successful if you copy a classmates work
**Listen, participate, and follow directions
**All handbook rules will be enforced
It is up to you to make this class enjoyable and fun for all, so please do your part!
Pearson Math XL
This year we are pleased to announce the addition of MathXL for our high school students. MathXL for School is a powerful online tutorial, homework, and assessment program that provides personalized practice and instruction for all levels of math students. It engages students in active learningit is self-paced, accessible anywhere with Web access, and adaptable to each students learning style. MathXL includes intervention and remediation for struggling students, extra practice for on-level students or challenging assignments for students who are advanced.
HYPERLINK "http://www.remind.com" www.remind.com
Remind is a way for me to communicate important information and due dates to students and parents. This is a one-way text only; replies will NOT be forwarded to me. If you would like to receive this information via text message, please text @mwbalg2 to 81010 to join.
Personal Statement
My goal is that every student learns and feels successful in math. I want each of you to earn the highest grade possible; however, learning the material is what you need most. Good grades will follow. However, it will be challenging and requires commitment from you. Students are expected to do all assignments to the best of their ability and seek help if they have trouble. Assignments are necessary to help learn the required material. Practice is essential to learning algebra. Please feel free to contact me at any time during the year if you have any questions. I do not have planning period this year but I will return any call or email as soon as possible. It has been my experience that a student gets as much out of a class as they put into it.
Mrs. Michelle Bridges
Teacher: Mrs. Michelle Bridges
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:mbridges@oneidaschools.org" mbridges@oneidaschools.org
Phone: (423) 569-8818
Planning time: Fall 2018 None / Spring 2019 None
I fully understand the above information that has been discussed with me and I agree to abide by all the rules and expectations listed.
______________________________________________________ __________________
Student Signature Date
I have reviewed the attached information with my child and I fully understand the rules and expectations of Mrs. Bridges Algebra 2 course.
__________________________________________________ __________________
Parent/Guardian Signature Date
P.S. I use the email address turned into our office. Please contact the office immediately if your email address or home address changes during the school year.
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