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```Accelerated Analytic Geometry Week of 1/26/15
Dates
Standard
1/26/15
Monday
MCC9-12.A.SSE.3a
expression to reveal
the zeros of the
function it defines.★
MCC9‐12.A.SSE.3
Choose and produce
an equivalent form
of an expression to
reveal and explain
properties of the
quantity
represented by the
expression.★
MCC9‐12.F.IF.8a Use
the process of
factoring and
completing the
function to
show zeros, extreme
values, and
symmetry of the
graph, and interpret
these in terms of a
context.
1/27/15
Tuesday
1/28/15
Wednesday
MCC9-12.A.SSE.3b
Complete the square in a
the maximum or minimum
value of the function it
defines.★
MCC9-12.A.SSE.3b
Complete the square
expression to reveal
the maximum or
minimum value of the
function it defines.★
MCC9‐12.F.IF.8a Use the
process of factoring and
completing the square in a
show zeros, extreme
values, and symmetry of
the graph, and interpret
these in terms of a
context.
MCC9‐12.F.IF.8a
Use the process of
factoring and
completing the
square in a
to show zeros,
extreme values, and
symmetry of the
graph, and interpret
these in terms of a
context.
MCC9-12.A.REI.4a
Use the method of
completing the
square to transform
equation in x into
an equation
of the form (x – p)2
= q that has the
same solutions.
Derive the
formula from this
1/29/15
Thursday
MCC9-12.A.SSE.3a
expression to reveal
the zeros of the
function it defines.★
MCC9-12.F.IF.7a
Graph linear and
and show intercepts,
maxima, and
minima.★
1/30/15
Friday
MCC9-12.A.REI.4
equations in one
variable.
MCC9-12.A.REI.4b
equations by
inspection (e.g., for
x2 = 49), taking
square roots,
completing the
square, the
and factoring, as
appropriate to the
initial form of the
equation. Recognize
formula gives
complex
solutions and write
them as a ± bi for
real numbers a and
b.
Accelerated Analytic Geometry Week of 1/26/15
form.
Essential Question/
Key Question
How do I find the
zeros, vertex, and yintercepts of a
How do I use the process
of completing the square
to find the zeros of a
How do I work with
form and in standard
form?
Time
Lesson Opener
How do I use the
5-10 minutes of
review questions for
quiz
How do I use the
process of
completing the
square to find the
function?
How do I find the
function using the
What do the zeros of
a function look like,
and what
determines what
type of solutions
they will be?
Warm-up: Find roots
function. Plot graph.
Writing question:
When will a
complex solutions?
When will a
solutions?
When will a
exactly one
solution?
How can I derive
function?
Try to find the zeros of f(x)
= x^2 + 8x – 5.
Go over 2nd
homework problem
from last night
Accelerated Analytic Geometry Week of 1/26/15
Procedures/Strategies Quiz – 2nd quiz in
Time
Start completing the
square- what happens
when we can’t use our
“ac” factoring method?
Completing the
square – do an
example using a not
equal to 1.
formula by
completing the
square
Notes and practice
Time
Time
Lesson Summary
Assessment/
Evaluation
Materials Needed
Worksheet matching
equations in
different forms to
graphs (finish for
homework)
Summarize algebra tiles
with an example NOT
using tiles to prep for
homwork
After deriving,
solidify what the
is. Do one example.
the square practice
problems.
practice problems.
Quizzes
Ipads – notes and algebra Smartboard
tiles
presentation
(http://illuminations.nctm.
Worksheets
Imaginary Roots
HW – 5 problems
mixed factoring reg,
real, qf imaginary
and label type of
solutions.
What do real
solutions look like on
a graph? What do
imaginary solutions
look like on a graph?
problems mixed
factoring reg,
real, qf imaginary
and label type of
solutions.
Smartboard
presentation
Define discriminant.
Go over opener –
notes.
A few problems –
what type of
solutions will there
be.
practice
What are the
different ways we
have of solving a