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WEEK 1 (APRIL 14-17)

* Watch Mr. Martens' YouTube Intro Video on homepage of this website

 

* ASSIGNMENT: YouTube Intro Review (click here)

 

* ASSIGNMENT: Check Your Marks (click here)

 

* Look over (or redo) Chapter 8 Unit Quiz in the "Math Files" tab before looking at the answer key.  Once complete, look at the answer key in order to learn from it.

WEEK 2 (APRIL 20-24)

* View the two simple changes to Mr. Martens' class (click here)

* Review sections 9.1 & 9.3 (maybe watch the YouTube lessons of those sections).  Don't do the homework assignments (we did them before Spring Break).  This review should take a maximum of 30 minutes.

* Review the 9.1 Quiz and Answer Key from the Math Files.  This should take a maximum of 15 minutes.

* ASSIGNMENT: Do the 9.3 Quiz from the Math Files (you don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper).  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  I will give you a link to the answer key in my feedback to your assignment.

WEEK 3 (APRIL 27 - MAY 1)

* Review 9.2 (part 1 & 2) by watching the YouTube lessons.  We have already covered this in class, but that was about 7 weeks ago.

ASSIGNMENT:  Do the following 9.2 Textbook Assignment (#1ab, 2, 3ab, 4ab, 8d, 9ac, 13, 15adf) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  I have shortened it compared to what we would have done in class, so only do the questions listed above.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

* ASSIGNMENT: Do the 9.2 Quiz (click here).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  I will give you a link to the answer key in my feedback to your assignment.

WEEK 4 (MAY 4-8)

* We are starting a new chapter this week!  This is an important chapter, especially if you are taking Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus at any point in the future

 

* Watch the YouTube lesson on 2.0.  It's a "review" of Math 10 Trigonometry.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lesson (click here)

ASSIGNMENT:  Do the 2.0 Handout (click here) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  The answers are on the second page (your answers for #3 may be slightly different than mine depending on the order you solved in). If you have questions, you can put them in the "posts" of our team or join me for office hours on Wednesdays between 9:45-10:45

WEEK 5 (MAY 11-15)

* Watch both YouTube lessons on 2.1.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lessons (lesson 1 & lesson 2)

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, May 15):  Do the following 2.1 Textbook Assignment (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  You may NOT use a calculator for #8 or #13 (you must memorize the ratios for the 30, 45, and 60 degree triangles and apply your knowledge of those)!  I have slightly shortened it compared to what we would have done in class, so only do the questions listed above.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

WEEK 6 (MAY 18-22)

* ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, May 22): Do the 2.1 Quiz WITHOUT A CALCULATOR (click here).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  I will give you a link to the answer key in my feedback to your assignment.

* Watch both YouTube lessons on 2.2 Part 1.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lessons (lesson 1 & lesson 2)

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, May 22):  Do the following 2.2 (Part 1) Textbook Assignment WITHOUT A CALCULATOR (pgs 96-99 #2ab, 3bc, 4, 5ab, 6, 8a, 11a, 12... you can use a calculator for #12) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

WEEK 7 (MAY 25-29)

* IMPORTANT!!!  Keep in mind that you will have some sort of summative assessment for this chapter so being honest with yourself (and Mr. Martens) about what you understand and don't understand is critical!  Section 2.2 has several questions that you may NOT use a calculator for and those questions are listed in the assignment below.  Part of the summative assessment will be without a calculator and will ask you to prove how you know the answers without a calculator so don't "cheat" your way through it!

 

* Watch both YouTube lessons on 2.2 Part 2.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lessons (lesson 1 & lesson 2)

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, May 29):  Do the Special Triangle and Quadrantal Angle handout WITHOUT A CALCULATOR (click here), show all of your work, and hand in picture(s) of your work.  Make sure you look at the answers on the back page and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, May 29):  Do the following 2.2 (Part 2) Textbook Assignment (pgs 96-99 #7, 15, 18) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

WEEK 8 (JUNE 1-5)

* ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 5): Do the 2.1-2.2 Quiz (click here).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  I will give you a link to the answer key in my feedback to your assignment.

* Watch the YouTube lesson on 2.3 Part 1.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lesson (click here)

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 5):  Do the following 2.3 (Part 1) Textbook Assignment (pgs 108-112 #1ac, 2a, 3b, 4ac, 5ac, 10, 24) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

WEEK 9 (JUNE 8-12)

* Watch the YouTube lessons on 2.4.  You can take notes if that helps you or look at the notes in the "Math Files" link as well.  That's up to you.  Here's a quick link to the YouTube lesson (click here)

ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 12):  Do the following 2.4 Textbook Assignment (pgs 119-124 #1a, 2a, 4bd, 5, 17, 19) and hand in picture(s) of your work.  Make sure you look at the answers in the textbook or at the full solutions and do your corrections.  Remember you can always post questions in Teams or join me for office hours on Wednesday at 9:45-10:45.

 

* ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 12): Do the 2.3-2.4 Quiz (click here).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  I will give you a link to the answer key in my feedback to your assignment.

* Next week is our last week of learning and I will be sending out some sort of short summative assessment for all of Chapter 2 (part of it will be no calculator).  Your mark in Chapter 2 will be a combination of your textbook assignments, quizzes, summative assignment, and my own judgment based on my perception of your learning based on evidence.  The best thing you could do to be prepared is to look over and understand your quizzes (and similar questions).  You will not need to memorize the sine or cosine law and I will give you the diagrams of the special triangles as well.

WEEK 10 (JUNE 15-19)

* Make sure you are completely ready for a short summative assessment before opening up the assignments below.  I am relying on your honesty for this assessment and it is the expectation that you are not using notes, your textbook, or any other type of help while doing it.  Also, they cannot be handed in late since my marks are due on Friday, June 19.

 

* ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 19): DO NOT OPEN THIS UNTIL YOU ARE READY!  This is the no calculator part of the summative assessment.  If you have a parent/guardian at home, let them know you are working on it and won't be allowed to use a calculator or have any kind of help.  If they are willing, there is a portion at the end of the assessment they can sign confirming that you did the assessment with no calculator and no help.  If you do not have a parent/guardian present, no problem (just be honest).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  Here is the link to the no calculator portion  (click here).

* ASSIGNMENT (due Fri, June 19): DO NOT OPEN THIS UNTIL YOU ARE READY!  This is the calculator part of the summative assessment.  If you have a parent/guardian at home, let them know you are working on it and won't be allowed to use a calculator or have any kind of help.  If they are willing, there is a portion at the end of the assessment they can sign confirming that you did the assessment with no calculator and no help.  If you do not have a parent/guardian present, no problem (just be honest).  You don't have to print it out, you can just answer on separate paper.  Hand in the copy of your answers (attach pictures or files, etc.).  Here is the link to the calculator portion  (click here).

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