Accelerated Geometry/Algebra II Welcome! July 31 – Aug 4

Welcome Students!!  I look forward to working with you this semester.  Here is some info for the first week.  Make sure you have the pre-requisite assignment completed by the first day of school and get your TI-84 graphing calculator by the end of the week!

Monday,  July 31:  Introductions/Pre-Requisite Assignment   HW:  Get syllabus signed and make sure Pre-Requisite packet is complete
Tuesday, August 1:  Go over questions on Pre-Req Assignment
Start first unit:  Circles Vocabulary and Central Angles/Arcs
Homework:  Practice WS on Circles Vocab and Arcs
Standards are listed on the Unit Calendar
Wednesday, August 2: Inscribed Angles and Inscribed Quadrilaterals
Power point: inscribed-angles
Thursday, August 3:  Pre-Requisite Assignment Quiz – will take problems directly from the assignment.  After quiz-  Secant and Tangent Angles   Notes:  August 3 Notes
 HW:  do last page of packet from class
Friday, August 4: Practice and Quiz over Circles and Angle Relationships in Circles
 NO HW

AP Statistics July 31 – August 4

Welcome to AP Statistics!  It’s going to be a great semester.  The most important tools you will need for this class are your graphing calculator (TI-84) and the Barron’s AP Statistics Book 9th Edition.

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Please make sure you have these by the end of the first week of class.  Also, I have attached a link to the pre-requisite assignment that needs to be completed by Wednesday, August 2nd.  See you on July 31st!

Fall Syllabus:  AP STAT SYLLABUS – Fall 2017-1vsenqn

Pre-Requisite Assignment: AP Stat PreReq Assignment

Please click on the following link for the Chapter 1 Calendar.  It contains our schedule, homework assignments and dates for assessments.

Plans for Chapter 1:  AP-Stat-Unit-1-Plan-Fall-2017-2hu3sbe   (standards listed here)

Monday, August 1st  – Syllabus/Intro/Pre-Requisite Packet  HW:  Get your syllabus signed, supplies (calculator and Barron’s book) and finish pages 1-8 in Pre-Requisite packet

Tuesday, August 2nd – Collected signed syllabus page.  We went over pages 4 – 8 of Pre-Requisite packet.  Did M&Ms Activities. HW:  Complete pages 9-12 of Pre-Req packet and the Activity 3 of M&M packet.    BRING YOUR CALCULATOR TO CLASS EVERY DAY!!!

FIRST QUIZ ON FRIDAY!!!

Wednesday, August 3rd –  Power Point on Outliers and Standard Deviation  tps4e_ch1_1.3.ppt

Link to online textbook: https://reg.macmillanhighered.com/Account/Unauthenticated?TargetURL=http://www.highschool.bfwpub.com/launchpad/tps4e/3716352

HW:  Complete the President’s Data sheet.  This will be your first graded assignment!!

Thursday, August 4th –  HW:  Start on page 7, #7-8, 40, 42, 46, 52, 69-74

Friday, August 5th – QUIZ over Chapter 1,  After quiz – Two-Way Tables and Distributions

Here’s a good website with more examples if you need them: http://www.stattrek.com/statistics/two-way-table.aspx?tutorial=ap

HW:  Textbook, p. 24, #20, 22, 27-32   AND Barron’s p. 50, #1-3, 9 and p. 54, #1 and 2

See me if you don’t have a Barron’s book yet!!!

CHAPTER 1 TEST ON TUESDAY!!!

 

Accelerated Geom/Algebra II May 15-19

Monday, May 15  – Solving Log and Exponential Equations  Notes from class: May 15 Notes

HW: Worksheet #1-18

Tuesday, May 16  – The Number “e”  HW:  p. 524, #13-23 and #27-36 all

Wednesday, May 17  – Solving Log and Exponential Equations/Applications  HW: Finish worksheet we started in class

Thursday, May 18 – Review Log and Exponential Functions   HW:  Finish review – I sent you the key on Remind

Friday, May 19 – Unit 7 Test:  Logarithmic and Exponential Functions – I will give out the final exam review after the test for those who are taking the final exam.  It will cover Units 4 -7 (Alg II only) and will be multiple choice!

AP Statistics May 15 – 19, 22-24

Monday, May 15 – Last extra credit opportunity due – assignment is below

Choose 3 of the following problems for possible 5 bonus points each. MAXIMUM is 15 bonus points.  EACH problem must be labeled and on its own sheet of paper.  If I can’t read it, NO credit will be given

p. 521, #80     p. 695, #24    p. 695, #26    p. 765, #30       p. 765, #32      p. 792, #52

Tuesday, May 16 – AP Stat Field Day!

Wednesday, May 17 – Last day of class for seniors.  Final exam tomorrow – problems will come from the multiple choice problems in the Barron’s book – 5 Practice Tests at the back of the book!

Thursday, May 18 – Final Exam for Seniors  (Sophomores and Juniors  will re-locate)

Friday, May 19 and Monday, May 22 – Review for final exam (10th and 11 graders)

Wednesday, May 24 – Final exam for Sophomores  and Juniors

Have a great summer!!!

 

AP Stat May 8-12

Monday, May 8 – AP FRQ Practice #3

Tuesday, May 9 – AP Mult Choice Practice #4

Wednesday, May 10 – AP FRQ Practice #4

Thursday, May 11 – AP STAT EXAM    12:00 in the Freshmen Academy Cafeteria

Friday, May 12 – Movie Day

FINAL EXAM – Work all multiple choice problems in the 5 practice tests in the back of your Barron’s book.  I will take problems directly from there!

AP Statistics May 1 – 5

AP Exams begin this week!  I know most of you are taking multiple exams and will miss class at least once before the AP Stat exam.  You must complete 3 full practice tests before Thursday, May 11.  Each day we will do either a multiple choice or FRQ section of a practice test.  These WILL count as a grade so you need to take them seriously!  If you are present 6 out of the 8 days you should be able to complete 3 full practice exams without having to make anything up.  If you miss more than two classes, you will have to come in before or after school and make up those assignments, so think about if it’s worth it to miss class.

Also, homework for the next week and a half is to work out of your BARRON’s book – specifically the five full length practice tests in the back of the book.  Your final exam questions will come from those!!

Accelerated Geometry/Algebra II May 1-5

This week will be in full review mode for the Geometry EOC.  Each day we will focus on a particular unit.  Most of the practice problems are out of review books so I don’t have electronic copies.  If you are absent, check with me the next day or send me an email and I can try to email you the pages.  They will be pictures of the pages and you will need to print them out.

You will also be doing USA Test Prep assignments for homework.

Monday, May 1 – Probability   HW:  USA Test Prep

Tuesday, May 2 – Right Triangle Trig – HW:  USA Test Prep

Wednesday, May 3 -Similarity, Congruence  HW:  USA Test Prep

Thursday, May 4 – Circles  HW:  USA Test Prep

Friday, May 5 – Constructions and Practice in Computer lab   HW:  Complete USA Test Prep

EOC – Monday, May 8 and Tuesday, May 9 in Room 516

AP Stat Exam Tips

Please read through these tips…

AP Stat Exam Tips: http://apstatsmonkey.com/StatsMonkey/APExam_Tips/APExam_Tips.html

There are good tips on here for answering FRQs and some topic-specific things to watch out for!!  It’s worth the read!!    The only thing that is NOT correct on the tips page is there is NO penalty for getting multiple choice question wrong.  They used to do that, but don’t any more.  Answer ALL the multiple choice questions, even if you have to guess on a few!!!

AP Statistics April 24 – 28

Monday, April 24 – Ch. 10 and 11 Test HW:  Extra Credit Opportunity #3 – see yellow sheet for problems!!

Tuesday, April 25 – Inference on Regression (12.1) – Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests on Slope  HW:  Worksheet #1 and 2  just do the 95 % confidence intervals

Wednesday, April 26 – Inference on Regression (12.1)  Hypothesis Tests on Slope  HW:  Barron’s Topic 15 (8th ed) or Topic 13 (9th ed)

Thursday, April 27 – Inference on Regression (12.1) Helicopter Activity Poster and worksheet on Inference on Regression   HW:  Finish WS and turn in tomorrow!

Friday, April 28 – Practice all inference and Kahoot review   HW:  Barron’s – work through a practice test – there are 5 in the back of your book.  I have been taking test and quiz questions from there all semester!!

For the next two weeks we will do practice AP Exams – we will alternate between Multiple Choice and Free Response sections of the exam.  You will do a TOTAL of 3 practice exams.   If you miss class due to an AP exam, you are still responsible for 3 full practice exams.  They will count for a grade!