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over 18 weeks
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TEACHING and LEARNING My style of teaching is a Blended Model which includes differentiated instruction that meets the needs of all students, interactive learning, student driven problem solving, and demonstration techniques. Students will be responsible for weekly lessons and exit quizzes of 2-4 lessons per week. COURSE DESCRIPTION Pre-Calculus intertwines together previous study of algebra, geometry, and mathematical functions into a preparatory course for calculus. The course focuses on...
This class is taught in English.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES After completing Pre-Calculus, students will be able to: • Recall and apply basic algebra skills. • Explore symmetries of graphs, determine continuity and average rates of change of functions, use limits to describe end behavior, and find inverse functions algebraically and graphically. • Model real-world data with polynomial functions, use the Remainder and Factor Theorems, find real and complex zeros of polynomial functions, analyze and graph rational functions, and solve polynomial and rational inequalities. • Evaluate, analyze and graph exponential and logarithmic functions, apply properties of Logarithms, solve exponential and logarithmic equations, and model data using exponential, logarithmic and logistic functions. • Use trigonometric functions to solve right triangles, find values of trigonometric functions for any angle, and graph trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. • Use and verify trigonometric identities, solve trigonometric equations, use sum and difference identities to evaluate trigonometric expressions and solve equations, and use double-angle, power-reducing, half-angle, and product-sum identities to evaluate trigonometric expressions and solve equations.
Homework Policy • Homework will be assigned during every weekly meeting. • and checked by me and returned as soon as possible, • The problems must be written on your paper and have all work shown with answers to receive credit. • If you are unable to complete a problem, you must show evidence of effort. • Late assignments will be accepted for reduced credit.
2 files available upon enrollmentSupplies • Graphing Calculator DESMOS • Whiteboard , marker, and eraser • Pencils and Pens • Graph paper and Straight Edge • Binder, dividers, notebook paper for own purpose
Assessments: * weekly formative assessments to check for understanding including an interactive approach and a traditional paper pencil exit quiz. * at the end of a unit students will complete a guided review, then a summative assessment.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
For student reference purposes only: * Glenco Precalculus textbook McGraw-Hill Education ISBN: 978-0-07-664183-3 (student edition)
Ellen Hulliberger (Highly Qualified —MI)
Math & Chemistry Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
68 total reviews
117 completed classes
I am a highly qualified mathematics and chemistry teacher. I taught 10 years in the middle school and 10 years at the high school. I love teaching and believe in innovative ways to keep students motivated and engaged. I graduated from Grand...