Monthly Archives: September 2019

Review!

On September 27th/30th we:

  • reviewed for our upcoming unit test with the following:
    • signed up for our “DeltaMath” account and completed the review activity.  If you were absent, the instructions can be found here.desmos-graph
    • When working on this assignment, there is a basic function we haven’t done yet (but are still able to do using transformations).  Here’s the Desmos graph of it!
    • were assigned the DeltaMath assignment and also the Chapter Review and Practice test in the worktext.

These are ALL of the review assignments I will be assigning, so please do not feel the need to finish them all for next class.  You will have next class to work on them, and will have opportunities to use both classes to ask questions.  Next class we will not be using the laptop cart.

You will have a unit test on October 3rd/4th and it will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.

Inverse Relations

On September 25th/26th we:

  • reviewed last day’s homework
  • learned about inverse relations (Here is the graph I used in Desmos)
  • were assigned section 4.5 in our worktext
  • got back our quiz on learning outcome #1

Next day we will be signing up to an online website called “DeltaMath” for our review activity.  If you do not want to disclose your personal information, please create a fake email account that doesn’t include your name for next day!

You will have a unit test on October 3rd/4th and it will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.

Here is the video from today:

Quiz and Combining Transformations

On September 23rd/24th we:

  • had our quiz on learning outcome #1
  • practiced putting all of our transformations together
  • were assigned Section 4.4 (if you get stuck on question 9, skip it and we’ll do it next day)

You will have a unit test on October 3rd/4th and it will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.

Here is the video from today:

Expansions and Compressions (continued)

On September 18th/19th we:

  • warmed up with a puzzle
  • handed in our signed course outlines if we hadn’t already!
  • learned about horizontal expansions and compressions (here’s a link to one of my desmos graphs)
  • were assigned questions from our workbook – Section 4.3 and Checkpoint 1 (from Chapter 4)

Next day you’ll have a quiz on the transformations we’ve learned so far.

Here is the video from today:

Vertical Expansions and Compressions

On September 16th/17th we:

  • warmed up with a puzzle
  • were introduced to Ken Kens
  • handed in our signed course outlines if we hadn’t already!
  • learned about vertical expansions and compressions
  • were assigned questions from the worktext (Section 4.3 – # 3, 5ac, 12 and Checkpoint 1 (on page 234) # 1 – 5)

You will have a quiz on single transformations on September 23rd/24th. You’ll hear more about this next class.

Here is the video from today:

Here are the whiteboard questions:

Transformations – Reflections

On September 12th/13th we:

  • warmed up with a puzzle
  • went over our homework from last day and handed in our signed course outlines from last day
  • entered our email addresses and names into my excel spreadsheet
  • learned about reflecting graphs
  • were assigned section 4.2 in our worktext

Here is the video from today:

Transformations – Shifts

On September 10th/11th we:

  • warmed up with a puzzle
  • were given our course outline
  • learned about transformations (today we were shifting our functions horizontally and vertically)
  • were assigned section 4.1 in the workbook
  • received our Review Check-Ins back . (Version A and Version B answers can be found here)
  • Here is today’s lesson!