# Honors Algebra 2 Welcome!

Welcome to Honors Algebra 2!  I’m posting this info if you want to preview before our CTLS live class session on Monday.  See you then!!

Class Remind Code: Text @cdafk8h to 81010

Pre-Requisite Assignment (due Aug 28): Honors Algebra II Pre-Requisite Packet

Syllabus:  H Alg 2 Fall 2020 Syllabus      For STEM students: H Alg 2 Fall 2020 Syllabus STEM

Unit 1 Calendar: Unit 1 calendar FALL VIRTUAL 2020

Unit 1 Notes: UNIT 1 HA2 NOTES

Unit 1 HW Assignments: UNIT 1 HA2 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

Video examples for Lesson 1.1:  Properties of Exponents Review

# AP Statistics Welcome!

Welcome to AP Statistics!  I look forward to getting to know you.  I’m posting this as a backup to our CTLS sessions on the first day.

Please take this survey: AP Statistics First Day Survey

Syllabus: AP STAT SYLLABUS – Fall 2020

Pre-Requisite Assignment (due Aug 28): AP Stat PreReq Assignment

Join AP Classroom:  myap.collegeboard.org

1st period Code: WVWQXG

4th period Code: EAWVNN

Use your personal email for AP Classroom!

TEXTBOOKS – you will have a physical textbook that needs to be picked up according to the following schedule:

Wednesday August 19th, 2020 12 P.M. – 4 P.M.

1. 9th and 10th graders will pick up materials in the bus lot.
2. 11th-12th graders will pick up materials in front of the main building.
3. Students pick up times are according to last name

12:00-1:00 A-G

1:00-2:00  H-M

2:00-3:00  N-S

3:00-4:00  T-Z

Thursday August 20th, 2020 2 P.M. – 4 P.M.

1. ALL students will pick up materials in the bus lot
2. There are no assigned pick up times per alpha

# Fall 2020 Digital Learning!

Please log into the CTLS Student Portal to access your class information.

Harrsion Virtual Learning Plan

Looking forward to meeting everyone soon!

Remind Codes and Welcome Videos:

1st pd: Text @86ega3 to 81010

1st pd Welcome to 1st period!

3rd pd: Text @cdafk8h to 81010           3rd pd Welcome to 3rd period!

4th pd: Text @4pdapstat to 81010        4th pd: Welcome to 4th period!

# AP Statistics May 18 – 22 (the last week!)

This is the last big push for the AP Stat Exam on Friday!  I hope you’ve been doing the Stats Medic review, even if you didn’t submit them for grades.  Also, I hope you will participate in one or two of the mock exams I’ll be doing this week.  Those who did the one today thought it was beneficial!

Monday, May 18 –  Stats Medic Videos 7.3 and 7.6   – Do Unit 7 FRQ (2015 #4) – self score

If you weren’t able to do the Mock Exam  yesterday, here it is with the answer key.  I would strongly suggest that you do this!  Stats Medic Mock Exam 2020

Answer Key to Mock Exam: Stats Medic Mock Exam Answer Key 2020

Tuesday, May 19  – Watch the Stats Medic Videos in the Getting Ready for the AP Exam Section

ANOTHER Mock Exam at 4:00 today – different than the Sunday/Monday exam.  SENT Zoom link this morning!

Wednesday, May 20 – Mock Exam –  This is the one we did yesterday.  Mock Exam #2    Answer key: Mock Exam #2 Answer key

Thursday, May 21 – Study and last minute practice!    https://youtu.be/FAbJXhFZ4cs

Another FRQ with LINEAR stuff just in case:  Old Faithful FRQ      Key: Old Faithful FRQ with solutions and data

Make sure you have all your resources printed out, calculator charged and paper with header already filled out!

FRIDAY, MAY 22 – AP STATISTICS EXAM at 2:00 p.m.   GOOD LUCK!  I am 100% CONFIDENT that you will do well!

# Honors Algebra 2 May 17

To My Honors Algebra 2 Students:

I enjoyed being your Honors Algebra 2 teacher in person and through digital learning.  Although we didn’t have the time together that we should have, I’m very proud of you for sticking with it and doing your best under difficult circumstances.   Learning math online is NOT easy!   So I hope when we are back in the classroom, you will appreciate your next math teacher and your fellow classmates.  And hopefully I’ll get to be your teacher again in AP Statistics!  But until then…

I hope you have a great summer!   Take care and stay healthy!   Love,  Mrs. Jones

# Some of the issues with AP Exams – PLEASE READ!!!!!

Hopefully none of you had problems completing your other tests last week. If so, be patient as this is a totally new process for everyone involved – be thankful College Board has worked a way to get you to take the test. Read over these notes – especially about how to upload your answers to the test. Preparation will relieve you from some of the possible problems you may encounter this Friday.

Make sure your kids log-in 30 minutes prior to the exam. There was a log jam of students and they didn’t get in right away.

If they have the e-mail e-ticket, that is your best way to log in. Yes, you can log in through AP classroom, but those logins were delayed a little.

NOTE: There is a long security paragraph that they have to type in. They have to type all of it word for word. They could not publish it during the practice ones b/c it is a security issue. I am just giving you heads up of what happened.

NOTE Part 2: Make sure they copy/paste their answers from a word document. From discussions, that is the BEST way to do it. Make sure they SUBMIT question 1 and then again SUBMIT question 2 (or whatever parts your individual exams may have). They will get a CONFIRMATION saying they have submitted correctly. I do not know 100% of the format of your individual exams, but I know a lot of us have similar approaches on format.

If you are going to take photos from your iPhone:

There is a lot of information out there now about the format of the pictures required for AP Testing.  Please take a look at the below information for iPhone users.  This summarizes steps that the students need to take to ensure the proper picture settings in a nice, easy way.

Where do students go to request a makeup exam? What information do they need?
Go to: cb.org/requestmakeup Students will need their original exam e-ticket for the exam they wish to makeup (that includes the unique makeup request key for that exam), AP ID, first and last name, email address, and the reason why they were unable to complete the exam. The makeup request key for the exam can also be found on the student’s MyAP homepage. The ENTIRE makeup request key must be copied exactly as shown. After completing all fields and clicking the submit button, a confirmation screen will appear and a confirmation email will be sent.

If a student had trouble attempting to request a makeup, they should try again – copying and pasting the exam-specific makeup key EXACTLY. Requests should be submitted within 48 hours of their original testing time.

How do students know that their makeup testing request was successfully submitted?
After submitting the submit button, a confirmation screen will appear. A confirmation email will also be sent. See below.

The student can’t recall if they saw the makeup test request confirmation screen or can’t find the confirmation email – what should they do?
If the student saw the confirmation screen or received a confirmation email, they should be confident that their request was successfully submitted. If there was an issue with submission of the makeup request, an error message would appear and neither confirmation (screen or email) would have been received. If they are having trouble locating the email, the student should search their email inbox or spam filter for an email sent by: ‘Advanced Placement Program’ with the subject line: ‘2020 AP Student Makeup Test Request Form Submitted’. If they can find no evidence of confirmation, it is possible that the student didn’t complete the process or click the submit button. In this case, the student should complete a ‘new’ makeup testing request form: cb.org/requestmakeup

The student was told that they did not ‘qualify’ to retest but believes they do – what should they do?
The first few questions of the form are designed to help students understand if they need to submit a makeup request. They are asked: Did you have technical difficulties? Did you have a significant interruption? If a student answers “no” to both, they are not considered eligible and will see a message like the one below telling them that they do not quality to retest.

If students feel that this was in error or that they might have incorrectly answered the initial questions and wish to start over, they should return to cb.org/requestmakeup and complete a ‘new’ makeup testing request form.

What is next for a student after completing the makeup testing request form?

Students will receive an email confirming their request has been received. Later, an email approving or declining the request will be sent the week of May 25. Students will receive approval for any of the following types of issues, or similar ones: sickness; significant interruptions from family members; battery failures; power outages; technical disruptions. Running out of time to submit a response on exam day is not a valid reason to request makeup testing. If approved, the E-ticket will be emailed two days prior to the makeup exam.

Does completing a makeup testing request form mean any responses submitted in the May exam will not be scored?

The makeup request form requires student to accept ““If the makeup request is approved, the original exam will not be scored.” If the makeup request is approved, any responses received for the May exam will not be scored.

In general, I’d recommend the following steps to get ready for the makeup
1) Don’t use the same device for Makeup.
2) Simplify the process as much as possible. Stop using multiple devices, etc.
3) Encourage using the demo.
4) https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/troubleshooting

# For those of you taking AP Exams….please READ……..

Here are some of the issues they’ve had during the first few days of AP testing.  Please read so this doesn’t happen to you!

• 🔎 Read the question VERY CLOSELY. Lots of students are missing points because they misread.
• Don’t wait until the final seconds to upload. Start uploading before the 5 minute window just to be safe.
• ⌨️ We recommend typing your response. It takes 10 seconds to copy/paste and is safer than uploads
• ✍️ If you hand write, upload the right format. iPhone images default to HEIC which will not work. Convert images to PNG or JPG
• You can change this setting in your phone so it takes JPG. Settings > Camera > Format > “Most Compatible”
• 🌐 Use ethernet instead of WIFI if you can. It seems like all of the uploading issues we are seeing had been on 4G or WIFI.

# Honors Algebra 2 May 11- 15 (Digital Learning Week 8)

This week we will be wrapping up the semester in Honors Algebra 2.  I have enjoyed being your teacher in-person and digitally!  I hope to see you all when we are back on campus!

Good luck on AP Exams!

Monday, May 11 – Check answers to WS #3  WS #3 Piecewise Functions KEY   (The numbering of the problems are off but the problems are correct.  #8 on the key is your #1!)

Last lesson for the semester!!  Step Functions – Video Lesson:  https://youtu.be/T-iObkqB0ss

Assignment:  WS #4  WS #4 Step Functions Only Spring 2020

Tuesday, May 12 – Check answers to WS #4  Key: WS #4 Step Functions Only KEY

Do the review for Unit 7:  WS #5 Test Review Spring 2020      Key:  HW #5 Answer Key Spring 2020

There is also an extra Delta Math assignment posted for this unit that you can do for EXTRA review.

Wednesday, May 13 –  Unit 7 Test  Unit 7 Test Spring 2020

You will need to print it out the test, work the problems ON THE TEST PAPER, take pictures or scan it and email it back to me by midnight tonight!  Make sure your name is written at the top of the test paper!