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1 Centerville High School Curriculum Mapping Algebra II 1 st Nine Weeks Chapter/ Lesson Common Core Standard(s) 1-1 SMP1 1. How do you use a number line to graph and order real numbers? 2. How do you identify properties of and use operations with real numbers? 1-2 A2.1.2.e A2.1.8b SMP1 1-3/1-4 A2.1.2.e A2.1.8a A2.1.8b A2.1.8c 1-5 A2.1.8b SMP1 SMP2 Key Questions Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments 1. How do you evaluate algebraic expressions? 2. How do you simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms? 1. How do you solve a linear equation? 2. How do you use linear equations to solve real-life problems? 3. How do you rewrite equations with more than one variable? 4. How do you rewrite common formulas? 1. How do you use a general problem solving plan to solve real life problems? 2. How do you use other problem solving strategies to help solve real life problems? Origin Graph Coordinate Opposite Reciprocal Numerical expression Base Exponent Power Order of operation Variable Algebraic expression Value of the expression Mathematical model Terms Coefficient Like terms Constant terms Equivalent Identity Equation Linear equation Solution Equivalent Verbal model Algebraic model 1. Teacher made quiz 2. Teacher made test 3. Homework 4. Miscellaneous assessments 1

2 2 1-6/1-7 A2.1.6a A2.1.6b A2.1.6c A2.2.1a A2.2.1b A2.2.1d A2.2.1c 2-1 A2.1.1e A2.1.8a A2.1.8c A2.1.4a A.2.2.4b SMP8 2-2/2-3 A2.2.4a SMP7 SMP8 1. How do you solve simple inequalities? 2. How do you solve compound inequalities? 3. How do you solve absolute value equations and inequalities? 4. How do you use absolute value equations and inequalities to solve real life problems? 1. How do you represent relations and 2. How do you graph and evaluate linear 1. How do you find the slope of a line? 2. How do you classify parallel and perpendicular lines? 3. How do you use slope to solve real life problems? 4. How do you use the slope intercept form of a linear equation to graph linear equations? 5. How do you use the standard form of a linear equation to graph linear equations? 2-4 A2.2.3a 1. How do you write linear equations? 2. How do you write direct variation equations? 2-6 A2.2.3c A2.1.4a A2.1.8c A2.1.6a A2.1.6b A2.1.6c 1. How do you graph linear inequalities in two variables? 2. How do you use linear inequalities to Linear inequalities Graph Compound inequality Absolute value Relation Domain Range Function Ordered pairs Coordinate plane Equation Independent variable Dependent variable Graph Linear function Function notation Slope Parallel Perpendicular y- intercept Slope-intercept form Standard form x-intercept Direct variation Constant of variation Linear inequality

3 2-7 A2.1.4a A2.1.8c A2.1.7a A2.1.7b A2.1.7c A2.1.7d SMP8 2-8 A2.2.1a A2.2.1b 2-5 A2.2.4c A2.2.4d 3-1/3-2 A2.2.3a A2.2.3c A2.1.4a A2.2.2a A2.2.2b 3-3 A2.1.4a A2.1.6c A2.1.6b A2.2.3b SMP5 SMP6 3-6 A2.2.2a A2.2.2b A2.2.3a A2.2.3c SMP3 SMP5 1. How do you represent piecewise 2. How do you use piecewise functions in real life problems? 1. How do you represent absolute value 2. How do you use absolute value functions to model real life situations? 1. How do you use a scatter plot to identify the correlation shown by a set of data? 2. How do you approximate the best fitting line for a set of data? 1. How do you graph and solve systems of linear equations in two variables? 2. How do you use linear systems to 3. How do you use algebraic methods to solve linear systems? 4. How do you use linear systems to model real life situations? 1. How do you graph a system of linear inequalities to find the solutions of the system? 2. Use systems of linear inequalities to 1. How do you solve systems of linear equations in three variables? 2. How do you use linear systems in three variables to model real life situations? Piecewise functions Step function Vertex Scatter plot Positive correlation Negative correlation Relatively no correlation System of 2 linear equations System of linear inequalities System of 3 linear equations 3

4 Curriculum Mapping Algebra II 2 nd Nine Weeks Unit/ Chapter/ Lesson Indiana Standard(s) 4-1 A2.2.2c A2.2.2d 4-2 A2.2.2c A2.2.2d 4-3 A2.2.2c A2.2.2d 4-4/4-5 A2.2.2c A2.2.2d 5-1 A2.3.4a A2.3.4c Key Questions Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments 1. How do you add and subtract matrices, multiply a matrix by a scalar, and solve matrix equations? 2. How do you use matrices in real life situations? 1. How do you multiply two matrices? 2. How do you use matrix multiplication in real life situations? 1. How do you evaluate determinates of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices? 1. How do you find and use inverse matrices? 2. How do you use inverse matrices in real life situations? 3. How do you solve systems of linear equations using inverse matrices? 4. How do you use systems of linear equations to 1. How do you graph quadratic 2. How do you use quadratic functions to Matrix Dimensions Entries Equal Scalar Scalar multiplication Properties of matrix multiplication Determinant Identity matrix Inverses Quadratic function Parabola Vertex Axis of symmetry 1. Teacher made quiz 2. Teacher made test 3. Homework 4. Miscellaneous assessments 4

6 6-1/6-2 A2.6.1a A2.6.1b A2.1.2e A2.1.4a A2.1.1a A2.1.1d A2.5.6a 6-3/6-4 A2.1.5b A2.1.5c A2.5.3a A2.5.3b A2.5.7a A2.5.7b A2.5.7c 6-5 A2.5.2a 6-6 A2.1.5a A2.1.1f A2.1.4a 1. How would you use properties of exponents to evaluate and simplify expressions involving powers? 2. How would you use exponents and scientific notation to solve real life problems? 3. How would you evaluate a polynomial function? 4. How would you graph a polynomial function? 1. How would you add, subtract, and multiply polynomials? 2. How would you use polynomial operations to 3. How do you factor a polynomial expression? 4. How do you use factoring to solve a polynomial equation? 1. How do you divide polynomials and relate the result to the remainder theorem and the factor theorem? 2. How do you use polynomial division in real life problems? 1. How do you find the rational zeros of a polynomial function? 2. How do you use polynomial equations to Scientific notation Polynomial function Leading coefficient Constant term Degree Synthetic substitution Factor by grouping Quadratic form Polynomial long division Synthetic division Rational zeros 6-7 A2.1.5a A2.1.5d A2.1.5e A2.1.5f SMP5 6-8 A2.5.4a A2.5.5a A2.5.5b 1. How do you use the fundamental theorem of algebra to determine the number of zeros of a polynomial function? 2. How do you use technology to approximate the real zeros of a polynomial function? 1. How do you analyze the graph of a polynomial function? 2. How do you use a graph of a polynomial function to analyze real life situations? Repeated solution Local maximum Local minimum 6

7 Curriculum Mapping Algebra II rd Nine Weeks 3 Unit/ Chapter/ Lesson Indiana Standard(s) Key Questions Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments 7-1 A2.1.4a A2.3.6a 1. How do you evaluate the nth roots of real numbers using both radical notation and rational exponent notation? 2. How do you use the nth roots to solve real life problems? 7-2 A2.7.1a 1. How do you use properties of rational exponents to evaluate and simplify expressions? 2. How do you use properties of rational exponents to 7-3 A2.6.2a A2.6.2b A2.6.2c A2.6.3a A2.6.4a A2.1.3a A2.1.2d A2.1.3b 7-4 A2.1.2a A2.1.2b A2.1.2c 7-5 A2.1.1c A2.1.1b A2.1.1e 1. How do you perform operations with functions including power 2. How do you use power functions and function operations to solve real life problems? 1. How do you find the inverse of linear 2. How do you find the inverse of non linear 1. How do you graph square root and cube root 2. How do you use square root and cube root functions to find real life quantities? Nth root index Simplest form Like radicals Power function Composition Inverse relation Horizontal line test Radical functions 1. Teacher made quiz 2. Teacher made test 3. Homework 4. Miscellaneous assessments 7

8 7-6 A2.3.6b 1. How do you solve equations that contain radicals or rational expressions? 2. How do you use radical equations to 8-1 A2.7.1b A2.7.1c 8-2 A2.7.1b A2.7.1c 8-3 A2.7.2a A2.7.2b A2.7.2c 8-4 A2.7.2a A2.7.2b A2.7.2c 8-5 A2.7.3a A2.7.8a A2.7.8b 8-6 A2.7.3b A2.7.4a A2.7.4b A2.7.4c A2.7.4d A2.7.5a A2.7.6a A2.7.6b A2.7.7a 9-1 A2.6.6a A2.6.6b A2.6.6c A2.6.6d 1. How do you graph exponential growth 2. How do you use exponential growth functions to model real life situations? 1. How do you graph exponential decay 2. How do you use exponential decay functions to model real life situations? 1. How do you use the number e as the base of exponential 2. How do you use the natural base e in real life situations? 1. How do you evaluate logarithmic 2. How do you graph logarithmic 1. How do you use properties of logarithms? 2. How do you use properties of logarithms to 1. How do you solve exponential equations? 2. How do you solve logarithmic equations? 1. How do you write and use inverse variation models? 2. How do you write and use joint variation models? Extraneous solution Exponential function Base Asymptote Exponential growth function Exponential decay function Decay factor Natural base Euler number Logarithm Common logarithm Natural logarithm Change of base formula Inverse variation Constant of variation Joint variation 8

9 9-2 A2.6.6e A2.1.1f 9-3 A2.1.1f A2.6.5a A2.6.5b 1. How do you graph simple rational 2. How do you use the graph of a rational function to 1. How do you graph general rational 2. How do you use the graph of a rational function to Curriculum Mapping Algebra II 4 th Nine Weeks Rational function Hyperbola Branches Unit/ Chapter/ Lesson Indiana Standard(s) Key Questions Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments How do you multiply and divide rational expressions? 2. How do you use rational expressions to model real life quantities? How do you add and subtract rational expressions? 2. How do you simplify complex fractions? How do you solve rational equations? 2. How do you use rational equations to How do you find the distance between two points and find the midpoint of the line segment joining two points? 2. How do you use the distance and midpoint formulas in real life situations? 10-2 A2.4.1d A2.4.1f A2.4.2a 1. How do you graph and write equations of parabolas? 2. How do you use parabolas to solve real life problems? Simplified form Complex fraction Distance formula Midpoint formula Focus Directrix 1. Teacher made quiz 2. Teacher made test 3. Homework 4. Miscellaneous assessments 9

10 10-3 A2.4.2b A2.4.1a 10-4 A2.4.1b A2.4.2b 10-5 A2.4.1c A2.4.2b 10-6 A2.4.1d 10-7 A2.4.1d A2.4.1f 11-1 A2.8.1a A2.8.1c 11-2 A2.8.1a A3.8.1c 11-3 A2.8.1b A2.8.1d 1. How do you graph and write equations of circles? 2. How do you use circles to solve real life problems? 1. How do you graph and write equations of ellipses? 2. How do you use ellipses in real life situations? 1. How do you graph and write equations of hyperbolas? 2. How do you use hyperbolas in real life situations? 1. How do you write and graph an equation of a parabola with its vertex at (h, k)? 2. How do you write and graph an equation of a circle, ellipse, or hyperbola with center at (h, k)? 3. How do you classify a conic using its equation? 1. How do you solve systems of quadratic equations? 2. How do you use quadratic systems to 1. How do you use and write sequences? 2. How do you use summation notation to write series and find sums of series? 1. How do you write rules for arithmetic sequences and find sums of arithmetic series? 2. How do you use arithmetic sequences and series in real life situations? 1. How do you write rules for geometric sequences and find sums of geometric series? 2. How do you use geometric sequences and series in real life situations? Circle Center Radius Ellipse Foci Major Axis Minor Axis Vertices Co-vertices Hyperbola Transverse axis Conic sections Discriminant Sequence Finite sequence Infinite sequence Summation notation Sigma notation Arithmetic sequence Common difference Arithmetic series Geometric sequence Common ratio Geometric series 10

11 11-4 A2.8.1e A2.8.1f A2.8.2a A2.8.2b A1.8.3a A2.8.3b A2.8.4a A2.8.4b 12-1 A2.9.1a A2.9.1c 12-2 A2.5.1a A2.5.1b A2.9.1b A2.9.1d A2.9.1e 12-3 A2.9.2a A2.9.2b A2.9.2c 1. How do you find sums of infinite geometric series? 2. How do you use infinite geometric series as models of real life situations? 1. How do you use the fundamental counting principle to count the number of ways an event can happen? 2. How do you use permutations to count the number of ways an event can happen? 1. How do you use combinations to count the number of ways an event can happen? 2. How do you use the binomial theorem to expand a binomial that is raised to a power? 1. How do you find theoretical and experimental probabilities? 2. How do you find geometric probabilities? Permutation Combination Binomial Theorem Probability Theoretical probability Experimental probability Geometric probability 11

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