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Algebra II Course Syllabus
Algebra II Schedule for the year
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Spring Semester:
Please find all work in Blackboard. Below is what you can see in blackboard.
Week 4/11/16

Be prepared, What questions do you have? What did you not understand?
Week 4/4/16 = Groups – College Prep?
Algebra II – Weekly Checklist
Next Unit – Sequences and Series
 Station B
Logic worksheets – find them here in Blackboard or at the table.
 Station C (Kapili Hahaina)
Come see me after each step to get your credit.
9. Showing Mrs. Cajudoy 50% and 100% on due dates of your program has been entered into your calculator.
50 % Due: April 6, 2016 100% Due: April 27, 2016
April 7, 2016 April 28, 2016H. You may now enter the equations of your graphs. (Use [2nd] [PRGM] 6: DrawF). To restrict domain and only use pieces of graphs, follow this example:
: DrawF (your equation) / (domain) [Enter] (Please see Step 6 for detail example)
***Note: To get the ≤ and ≥ symbols use [2nd] [MATH] [TEST] To get the / use the division signExecute your program!!
([2^{nd}] [PRGM] [EXEC] [choose your program name] [Enter] [Enter])
Extra and Optional Notes:
I. Use [CLEAR] to delete a line. Be careful…
J. Use [2nd] [INS] [Enter] to insert a blank line
K. If you wish to shade in a part of your graph, you may use the Shade command ([2nd] [PRGM]7: Shade) as follows:
:Shade ( , , ) [Enter]
Shade (bottom function where shading begins, top function where shading ends, # from 1 to 8 where 1 is the darkest shade)
L. To graph vertical lines that has points (2,4) 1^{st} point and (2,11) 2^{nd} point: use [2nd] [DRAW] [LINE]. The format of the command is the following:
:Line ( , , , )
Line (1st point x value, 1st point y value, 2nd point x value, 2nd point y value)
e.g. :Line (2,4,2,11)
 Station D (Practice ixl.com)
Look inside for your instructions for the week. Let me know if you have any nīnau.
 Station E (Practice Problems)
This weeks Practice Problems! Click here for your practice problems.
 Station F (Projects, Games, or Fun)
Look inside for your instructions for the week. Let me know if you have any nīnau.

Each week you will have one to two new video(s) in this Station. Watch your videos here!
Week 2/16/16
Stations

Be prepared, What questions do you have? What did you not understand?

Logic worksheets – find them here or at the table.

Come see me after each step to get your credit.
During the Week of 2/29/16 you will need to show me 100% of Step 6. Let me know if you need help. Please follow the instructions in your packet they have example and details of what to do!

Week 2/16 = Please come and see me for your login information for the following: www.ixl.com work on Algebra I R4, Algebra II Q1, and Q2. You should find this in the Algebra II section. I am able to track what you are working on in this program. Please stick to the section I have listed above.

Week 2/16 = Please come and see me for your login information for the following: www.ixl.com work on Algebra II Q4 and Q7. You should find this in the Algebra II section. I am able to track what you are working on in this program. Please stick to the section I have listed above.

2/16/16 = Dice game (Here is the Score Sheet) – Please read the instructions at the table and fill out the playing card for your team! Play with 2 people.

Each week you will have a new video in this Station. Watch your videos here!
Stations

Be prepared, What questions do you have? What did you not understand?

Logic worksheets – find them here or at the table.

During the Week of 2/1/16 you will need to show me 50% of Step 6. Let me know if you need help. Please follow the instructions in your packet they have example and details of what to do!
Come see me after each step to get your credit.

Week 2/1 = Please come and see me for your login information for the following: www.ixl.com work on S10, S12, and S14. You should find this in the Algebra II section. I am able to track what you are working on in this program. Please stick to the section I have listed above.
Week 1/25 = Natural Log Maze
Week 1/19 = Exponential Games – show me what you can do!

Week 2/1 = Please come and see me for your login information for the following: www.ixl.com work on R1, R2, and R3. You should find this in the Algebra II section. I am able to track what you are working on in this program. Please stick to the section I have listed above.
1/25/16 = Khan Academy – lets practice more!
1/19/16 = Khan Academy – lets practice more!
1/11/16 = Khan Academy – lets practice more!

2/1/16 = Instagram Review
1/25/16 = Calculating Compound Interest
1/19/16 = Dice game – Please read the instructions at the table and fill out the playing card for your team! Play with 2 people.

Each week you will have a new video in this Station. Watch your videos here!
9/29/15 & 9/30/15
Quadratics TEST
September 1st & 2nd– Properties of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form
September 3rd & 4th – Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing/Factoring
September 7th – Labor Day
September 8th & 9th – Completing the Square
September 9th – Faculty Meeting
September 10th & 11th – Complex Numbers and Roots
September 14th – Spirit Week & Grade Check
September 14th & 15th – The Quadratic Formula
September 16th & 17th – Solving Quadratic Inequalities
September 18th & 21st – Curve Fitting with Quadratic Models
September 22nd & 23rd – Operations with Complex Numbers
September 23rd – Faculty Meeting
September 24th & 28th – Review Day / Practice Day
September 25th – No School
September 28th – Grade Check
September 29th & 30th – Quadratic TEST
8/24/15 & 8/25/15
Functions TEST
5/1/15
May 4th – Grade Check
May 4th – 8th – Series and Sequences Lessons
May 11th – Grade Check
May 11th and 12th – Review Days
May 13th – Sub day in class please study for your FINAL! Make your Cheat Shirts!!!
May 14th and 15th – Algebra II FINAL
May 18th & 19th – Steps 10 & 11 Kāpili Hahaina Due (Presentation Day)
May 20th – Last Day of School
May 22nd – Grade Check
4/1/2015
April 3rd – Good Friday
April 6th – Grade Check
April 6th & 7th – Step 9 (50%) Kāpili Hahaina Due
April 10th – KS – InService Day
April 18th – Hoʻolauleʻa
April 20th – Grade Check
April 24th – ʻAha Mele
April 25th – Junior Prom
April 27th & 28th – Step 9 (100%) Kāpili Hahaina Due
3/1/2015
March 2nd – Grade Check
March 2nd & 3rd – Step 6 (100%) Kāpili Hahaina Due
March 3rd & 4th – Solving Rational Equations and Inequalities
March 5th & 6th – Review Day
March 9th & 10th – Rational and Radical Functions TEST
March 11th & 12th – Rational / Irrational Group Work – Video Day
March 13th – TEN MARK Day – Sub in the class today
March 16th & 17th – Review SAT Day
March 18th – Prepare for Sequences and Series
March 19th – 27th – Spring Break
2/1/2015
Please see the February Newsletter from class for what is going to happen next!
February 2nd – Grade Check
February 2nd & 3rd – Step 6 (50%) Kāpili Hahaina Due
February 3rd & 4th – Exponential and Logarithmic TEST
February 5th – CAR DAY
February 6th – Pōʻalima ʻUlaʻula
February 9th & 10th – Variation Functions
February 11th & 12th – × & ÷ Rational Expressions
February 13th – KS – InService Day
February 16th – President’s Day
February 17th – Grade Check
February 17th & 18th – + & – Rational Expressions
February 19th & 20th – Rational Functions
February 23rd & 24th – Solving Rational Equations and Inequalities
February 25th & 26th – Radical Expressions and Rational Exponents
February 27th & March 2nd – Radical Functions
1/1/2015
Please see the January Newsletter from class for what is going to happen next!
12/08/14 – Updates
Please see the December Newsletter from class.
Please see your Review for your December 2014 Midterm. MIDTERM Days are 12/15 and 12/16. Good Luck!
11/19/14 – Updates
November 20th & 21st – Investigating Graphs of Polynomial Functions
November 24th & 25th – Transforming Polynomial Function
November 26th & December 1st – Curve Fitting with Polynomial Models
December 2nd & 3rd – Review Day
December 4th & 5th – Polynomial TEST
8/4/14 – Welcome Back
We will be using iCloud a lot this year. I will post links here once in a while. Here is one to test out. It will be a numbers file that you can use during your first test.
SPRING — FINALS
Please start to review all of your notes from the entire year. Take a look in Blackboard too.
Spring 2014 Quarter 3
January 2014 – What we are going to learn:
We are going to start off our new semester with setting goals for our NWEA scores. Then we will move into Complex numbers and Roots (1/10 & 1/13), The Quadratic Formula (1/14 & 1/15), Solving Quadratic Inequalities (1/16 & 1/17), Curve Fitting with Quadratic Models (1/21 & 1/22), and Operations with Complex Numbers (1/23 & 1/24). As you can see we have a jam packed month ahead. So please do half sheets of homework at home and practice sheets are to be done on your own time, but come to class the next day with questions from the practice sheets.
Monthly Teacher Tip
Always check Blackboard and my Blog for updates
https://blackboard.ksbe.edu
https://blogs.ksbe.edu/brcajudo
For Success in Algebra II:
 Follow directions
 Listen and take notes
 Turn in work on time.
 Participate in class
 Study
 Complete work to the best of YOUR ability.
Upcoming Events
NWEA testing—Jan. 8th and 9th
HOSA District @ KKHS—Jan. 20th – 8am 2pm
Grade Checks— Jan. 21st and Feb. 3rd
Winter Ball—Jan. 25th
Review Day—Jan. 27th and 28th
Game Day—Jan. 29th and 30th
Complex Numbers and Quadratics TEST—Jan. 31st and Feb. 3rd
2013 Quarter 2
Around the Vertex in 80 Days is Due Wednesday 11/27/13.
10/21/13 and 10/22/13 – Read through all projects coming up this quarter. You will see your assignments for today down below. Have Boolean Step 3 ready for me to check in class on 10/22/13 and 10/23/13.
This quarter will be about the following:
quadratic relations and equations… Interpret the structure of expressions; and Write expressions in equivalent forms to solve problems. Build a function that models a relationship between two quantities; and Build new functions from existing functions. Construct and compare linear, quadratic, and exponential models and solve problems. Interpret expressions for functions in terms of the situation they model.
10/21/13 and 10/22/13 –
1. Review this song to gear you up for the next unit… How to memorize the Quadratic Formula … Parabola using Quadratic Song… Quadratic Rap… Fireworks!!! Quadratic Formula… Quadratic Formula Rolling Deep… Quad Solve Video… Pop Goes the Quad…
2. Please review the different forms you will be testing on these! Review the quadratic formula too!
3. Turn in this when you are done today! Around the Vertex in 80 Days.
4. Turn in this when you are done today! Stretching the Quads.
5. Please review Using the TI83 or TI84 for Maximums, Minimums and Zeros sheet.
6. Do pages 18, 19, and 20 today in class.
7. This will be due on November 4th and 5th I will not except late work.
8. Function Venn Diagrams use the Quadratic Function for these two pages. Due: November 14th and 15th.
9. Please follow the instructions on the Quadratic Web Cluster page. Due: November
18th and 19th
10. Have this mini project done by November 21st and 22nd.
11. Please ask questions about this next sheet. Take your Time. Due November 25th and 26th.
12. When working on these pages (Graphing Families of Quadratic Functions) please put on your thinking caps! Due: December 2nd and 3rd.
13. That is all for now!!!!
8/19/13 – subject to change if classes move along quicker
A  Tuesday  8/20/2013  Arithmetic Sequences and Series 
B  Wednesday  8/21/2013  Arithmetic Sequences and Series 
A  Thursday  8/22/2013  Arithmetic Sequences and Series 
B  Friday  8/23/2013  Arithmetic Sequences and Series 
A  Monday  8/26/2013  Geometric Sequences and Series 
B  Tuesday  8/27/2013  Geometric Sequences and Series 
A  Wednesday  8/28/2013  Geometric Sequences and Series 
B  Thursday  8/29/2013  Geometric Sequences and Series 
A  Friday  8/30/2013  TEST 
B  Wednesday  9/4/2013  TEST 
8/5/13 – Graphs of Functions and Algebra – Interactive Tutorials — Free tutorials using java applets to explore, interactively, important topics in precalculus such as quadratic, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, polynomial, absolute value functions and their graphs. Equations of lines, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas and parabolas are also explored interactively. Graph shifting, scaling and reflection are also included. The definition and properties of inverse functions are thoroughly investigated. A graphical approach to 2 by 2 systems of equations is included.
Function Notation — Throughout mathematics, we find function notation. Function notation is a way to write functions that is easy to read and understand. Functions have dependent and independent variables, and when we use function notation the independent variable is commonly x, and the dependent variable is F(x). In order to write a relation or equation using function notation, we first determine whether the relation is a function.
Graphing Linear Equations: Examples
2013 Spring Semester Topics
Foundations for Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Function
Rational and Radical Functions
Properties and Attributes of Functions
Sequences and Series
1/22/13 and 1/23/13 – TEST on Foundations for Functions
1/17/13 and 1/18/13 – Curve Fitting with Linear Models
1/15/13 and 1/16/13 – Transforming Linear Functions
1/11/13 and 1/14/13 Introduction to Parent Functions
1/9/13 and 1/10/13 – Exploring Transformations
1/7/13 and 1/8/13 – NWEA Testing
12/6/12 – Here are the topics for the Midterm – December 2012 – Algebra II – Trigonometry, Complex Numbers, Quadratic and Polynomials – Midterm Review – Cajudoy’s Notes Part 1 – Part 2
11/30/12 – Lesson – Finding Real Roots of Polynomial Equations
11/20/12 – Lessons to study – Polynomial Functions – Multiplying Polynomials – Dividing Polynomials – Factoring Polynomials
11/6/12 – SAT Prep – SAT subject test information – answers to SAT subject test practice
10/31/12 – Haunted House Graphing
10/24/12 – graphing Quadratics_booklet_with_venn
10/22/12 – Reminder 101 sign up – Sign up here to receive the latest information about Algebra II class.
4/23/12 – 2012_FINAL_study guide
4/1/12 – Currently working on Exponential and Logarithmic Functions:
CORE STANDARD:
Use laws of exponents to derive laws of logarithms. Use laws of logarithms to solve problems. Solve exponential and logarithmic equations. Solve problems that can be modeled using equations involving exponents and logarithms.