1. All Online WSQ submissions for all units. (this include all notes in SSS packets completed fully)
2. All PQ's and PT's in spiral notebook for all units
3. All required blog submissions (WPP, SP, SV) for the unit based on the WSQ chart. See below for details
QUIZZES FOR EACH TEST MUST OCCUR BEFORE YOU TAKE THE EXAM.
THIS MUST HAPPEN AT 7AM AT LEAST ONE DAY BEFORE THE EXAM
(example: for Unit J, quizzes must be taken Monday or Tuesday morning)
- Unit H - Quizzes 1-9
- Unit I - no quizzes. SP/WPP instead
- Unit J - Quizzes 1-4 + SP5,SP6
- Unit K - Quizzes 1-9 + SP7 + WPP 7 or 8
- Unit L - Quizzes 1-3 + WPP 9 + WPP10
Monday, January 14th 3pm - Unit H - TIME CHANGE TO MONDAY MORNING OR MONDAY DURING LUNCH (35 MINUTES ONLY!)
Tuesday, January 15th 3pm - Unit I
Wednesday, January 16th 7am, lunch, AND 3pm (must come at all times) - Unit J
Thursday, January 17th 3pm - Unit K TIME CHANGE TO THURSDAY MORNING OR MONDAY DURING LUNCH (35 MINUTES ONLY!). IF THESE DO NOT WORK, PLEASE SCHEDULE ANOTHER AFTERNOON WITH MRS. KIRCH
Friday, January 18th 3pm - Unit L
Thursday (4th) and Friday (5th/6th), January 24th-25th during class time - Math Analysis Final Exam
Friday 12:30pm sharp until 1:30 or 2pm - group meeting with Mrs. Kirch to go over final grades + PQs and activities that you missed during class while you were taking the final exam.
DETAILS ON ASSIGNMENTS:
- WPP (word problem playlists) - read directions, information, instructions, etc here.
- SP - Student Problems. Write your own problem neatly on a piece of paper. If the concept includes a template, you should print out a template and do the problem on there to make sure you include all parts. You should be using pen or marker to write it so it stands out clearly. Explain your work verbally to the side as you are working it out. Take a picture of your problem and put both as "new post" on your blog as well as added to the "Student Problems" playlist that is embedded on that page of your blog. In your post, make sure to include a few sentences underneath of (1) What is this problem about? and (2) What does the viewer need to pay close attention to in order to not make a mistake?
- SP1 - Unit E Concept 1
- SP2 - Unit E Concept 7
- SP3 - Unit I Concept 1
- SP4 - Unit I Concept 2
- SP5 - Unit J Concept 5 (see important details here)
- SP6 - Unit J Concept 6 (see important details here)
- SP7 - Unit K Concept 10
- SV - Student Problems. Write your own problem and solve it. You will be explaining your work verbally on a video, which can be recorded on any good-quality video device. This video must be uploaded online (YouTube, SchoolTube, Vimeo, etc) and then embedded as a "new post" on your blog as well as added to the "Student Videos" playlist that is embedded on that page of your blog. In your post, make sure to include a few sentences underneath of (1) What is this problem about? and (2) What does the viewer need to pay close attention to in order to not make a mistake?
- SV1 - Unit F Concept 6 or 10
- SV2 - Unit G Concept 8 (extra credit)
- Unit K Fibonacci Assignments - all information should be in the Unit K SSS. Please ask if you need clarification.
On Monday, January 14th, you will work with the class in groups on Unit M and will stay on schedule with the class, held accountable to the dates on the WSQ charts. All make-up work must occur on your own time according the schedule above.