stefaninid@pvrsdk12.org(413) 298-2931 x402Room 402For after school help:Days: Mondays and ThursdaysTime: 2:30-3:30 or by appointmentRemember to sign up with me and also to sign up for the late bus! There are many paths to success!Parent resource: http://www.wmich.edu/cpmp/parentresource2/index.htmlParent pages also follow the Homework section below, where all the daily assignments and occasional "Homework Hints" are posted.Student software resource (this is a safe, free, downloadable program - just click "download" - you need an updated version of Java installed on your computer):http://www.wmich.edu/cpmp/CPMP-Tools/HOMEWORK ROUTINE2016-2017To find/confirm your assignment, go to your math class, then find the last assignment listed. If you are missing an assignment, you can easily locate it by its assignment number.INTEGRATED MATH 2 HOMEWORKWELCOME TO TERM 4!Assignment 1 : page 217 #2 (grid paper)Assignment 2 : page 226 #23Assignment 3 : page 218 #3 (grid paper)Assignment 4 : page 217 #1 (hand-out)MATH MODELING HOMEWORKWELCOME TO TERM 4!Midterm Project : Valuing Urban Trees #1, #2, #3, #4, and Reflection due by 426-17^{}Assignment 13 : page 314 #28 Assignment 13 : page PLEASE NOTE : COPIES OF OPENING DAY LETTERS FOLLOW!Integrated Math 2 Pioneer Valley Regional School Ms. Stefanini Room 402
31 August 2016 Welcome to high school math! I am sure that you will find that room 402 is a “cool” math classroom. As we begin our new year together, I thought that I would provide you with some information that will help you be successful this year.
Communication Communication is one of the keys to success. Here are ways we can stay in touch. (email) stefaninid@pvrsdk12.org (school phone) (413) 498-2931 X402 to leave a message – I will return your call as soon as I can. Webpage My course webpage, which can be found via the Pioneer web site, under “Departments> Math> Ms. Stefanini”, is a resource for you and your family to find out today’s homework, course table of contents, and course resources including the CPMP Tools software. Check it out! ## Extra HelpI am available for extra help on Mondays AND Thursdays, the late bus days, beginning Monday, September 19. Please sign up with me in class on the day you will be staying. Please remember that it is your responsibility to sign up for the late bus at lunch. ## Daily RoutinePlease remember to bring to class every day: Your binder with 5 dividers labeled:
Homework Warm-ups Investigations Toolkit Assessments
Your pencil Your agenda book Your calculator (if you have one)
## Making the GradeQuarterly grades are based on the following: Daily - 25% - daily investigations and homework Warm-up Quizzes - 10% - occasional collection of warm-up problems for assessment Quizzes - 20% - shorter “check-up’s” on smaller amounts of material (lessons) Tests / Projects - 35% - longer, more comprehensive assessments (units) Participation - 10% - based on individual and group participation and collaboration, as well as being prepared for class on a daily basis
## Make-up Homework / Quizzes / Tests / ProjectsIf you are absent, it is your responsibility to see me for any missed instruction and assignments. You will also work closely with your group to catch up. Re-tests will be offered for most quizzes and tests and are required for students who receive a score less than 1.5 (C-). Re-tests will only be scheduled during after-school hours. If you are not happy with your score, come see me! Expectations for Classroom Behavior Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that encourages learning and embraces the PVRS Mission Statement (please refer to the Student Handbook, available online at the school’s website: http://pvrs.pvrsdk12.org. Raise hand and be recognized before speaking. Use only appropriate language. Be respectful of classmates, staff, and faculty. Follow all school rules.
My simple way to remember these rules is this: RESPECT FOR Self Others Property
Learning
Consequences Failure to follow classroom and/or school rules will result in the following consequences: Verbal Warnings will be given when I think that it is appropriate. Some infractions warrant other immediate consequences. After School Detention will be assigned if a student is disruptive to the learning of others of themselves. Parents/Guardians will be notified when a detention is issued. Parent / Guardian Contact will occur if the student is unable to re-focus and participate appropriately. Infractions of school rules result in referrals to the PVRS administrative team. Here’s to a successful 2016-2017 school year! ## Integrated Math 2## Course Outline## Functions, Equations, and Systems…reviews and extends student ability to recognize, describe, and use functional relationships among quantitative variables, with special emphasis on relationships that involve two or more independent variables Regression and Correlation …develops student understanding of the characteristics and interpretation of the least squares regression equation and of the use of correlation to measure the strength of the linear association between two variables
Portfolio Project “Bones” …Your bones tell a lot a lot about your body! You will find out by gathering data, graphing, analyzing, calculating, and creating your own predictive formulas. Then you will upload your entire project into your Richer Picture portfolio. Coordinate Methods …develops student understanding of coordinate methods for representing and analyzing properties of geometric shapes, for describing geometric change, and for producing animations Nonlinear Functions and Equations …introduces function notation, reviews and extends student ability to construct and reason with functions that model parabolic shapes and other quadratic relationships in science and economics, with special emphasis on formal symbolic reasoning methods, and introduces common logarithms and algebraic methods for solving exponential equations
Portfolio Project “Taxicab Geometry” …In the Coordinate Methods unit we developed the distance formula and then used it to find the distance between any two points in the coordinate plane of what is called Euclidean geometry. In this project, we will explore further what happens when you use taxi-distance to determine the distance between two points. Trigonometric Methods (as time permits) ...develops student understanding of trigonometric functions and the ability to use trigonometric methods to solve triangulation and indirect measurement problems Probability Distributions (as time permits) …further develops student ability to understand and visualize situations involving chance by using simulation and mathematical analysis to construct probability distributions Functions Pioneer Valley Regional School Mr. Caswell and Ms. Stefanini Room 402
31 August 2016 Welcome to Functions! We are sure that you will find that room 402 is still a “cool” math classroom. As we begin another new year together, we thought that we would provide you with some information that will help you be successful this year.
Communication Communication is one of the keys to success. Here are ways we can stay in touch. (email) caswellg@pvrsdk12.org AND stefaninid@pvrsdk12.org (school phone) (413) 498-2931 X402 to leave a message – We will return your call as soon as we can. Webpage Our course webpage, which can be found via the Pioneer web site, under “Departments> Math> Mr. Caswell / Ms. Stefanini”, is a resource for you and your family to find out today’s homework, course table of contents, and course resources including the CPMP Tools software. Check it out! ## Extra HelpOne or both of us are available for extra help on Mondays AND Thursdays, the late bus days, beginning Monday, September 19. Please sign up with us in class on the day you will be staying. Please remember that it is your responsibility to sign up for the late bus at lunch. ## Daily RoutinePlease remember to bring to class every day: Your binder with 5 dividers labeled:
Homework Warm-ups Investigations Toolkit Assessments
Your pencil Your agenda book Your calculator (if you have one)
## Making the Grade## Quarterly grades are based on the following categories. We will determine the grading percentages early in the semester. Stay tuned!Daily - daily investigations and homework Warm-up Quizzes - occasional collection of warm-up problems for assessment Quizzes - shorter “check-up’s” on smaller amounts of material (lessons) Tests / Projects - longer, more comprehensive assessments (units) Participation - based on individual and group participation and collaboration, as well as being prepared for class on a daily basis
## Make-up Homework / Quizzes / Tests / ProjectsIf you are absent, it is your responsibility to see me for any missed instruction and assignments. You will also work closely with your group to catch up. Re-tests will be offered for most quizzes and tests and are required for students who receive a score less than 1.5 (C-). Re-tests will only be scheduled during after-school hours. If you are not happy with your score, come see me! Expectations for Classroom Behavior Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that encourages learning and embraces the PVRS Mission Statement (please refer to the Student Handbook, available online at the school’s website: http://pvrs.pvrsdk12.org. Raise hand and be recognized before speaking. Use only appropriate language. Be respectful of classmates, staff, and faculty. Follow all school rules.
Our simple way to remember these rules is this: RESPECT FOR Self Others Property
Learning
Consequences Failure to follow classroom and/or school rules will result in the following consequences: Verbal Warnings will be given when we think that it is appropriate. Some infractions warrant other immediate consequences. After School Detention will be assigned if a student is disruptive to the learning of others of themselves. Parents/Guardians will be notified when a detention is issued. Parent / Guardian Contact will occur if the student is unable to re-focus and participate appropriately. Infractions of school rules result in referrals to the PVRS administrative team. Here’s to a successful 2016-2017 school year! INTEGRATED MATH 2 TERM 1 HOMEWORK!Assignment 1 : Signed sheetAssignment 2 : Binder + 5 dividersAssignment 3: page 24 #23Assignment 4 : page 24 #27 ab Draw the sketch and use the formula sheet. Show all your work!Assignment 5 : page 24 #27 cd Complete on the same paper as Assignment 4.Assignment 6 : page 22 #17 AND page 24 #24 Graph paper optional.Assignment 7 : pages 16, 17 #2 ab, #3 ab EXTENSION (optional, if you are looking for more challenge): #2c, #3cAssignment 8 : page 16 #1 abcdAssignment 9 : page 16 #1 efghAssignment 10 : page 22 #13, 14Assignment 11 : page 18 #5Quiz on Tuesday - L1 Inv1 VariationComplete problem #2 on page 11 in the investigation (hand-out)Assignment 12 : page 23 #18, 20Assignment 13 : page 18 #6 *HINT* Use pages 11, 12 #2d, e for your rule.!Assignment 14 : page 21 #11 EXTENSION (optional) : page 17 #4aStudy for QUIZ on Power Models Lesson 1 Investigation 2Assignment 15 : page 46 #29 AND page 47 #32NO NEW HOMEWORK! Have a nice long weekend!Assignment 16 : page 36 #5 AND page 48 #34Assignment 17 : page 34 #1 AND page 38 #11Assignment 18 : pages 35, 36 #4 AND page 47 #30Study for TEST on Power Models and Multivariable FunctionsAssignment 19 : page 35 #3No new homework for Monday - have a nice long weekend!Assignment 20 : page 37 #7Assignment 21 : pages 36, 37 #6 AND page 37 #8a EXTENSION: page 38 #8b, c (optional)Assignment 22 : page 33 Check Your Understanding (in class)Assignment 23 : pages 38, 39 #12 AND page 45 #27aStudy for TEST on Monday on Multivariable and Linear FunctionsPre-read pages 49, 50Assignment 24 : page 52 #6b, c on graph paper to find solution by graphing (color-code your lines)TERM 2!Assignment 1 : page 52 #6a, c Solve by substitution.Assignment 2 : page 45 #27b AND page 61 #2c (graph paper)Assignment 3 : page 45 #27.c.i. AND page 61 #2aAssignment 4 : page 45 #27.c.ii AND page 61 #2bAssignment 5 : page 67 #26Assignment 6 : page 53 Check Your Understanding - part bAssignment 7 : page 53 Check Your Understanding - part aAssignment 8 : page 61 #1Study for QUIZ on solving systems by graphing and by substitutionAssignment 9 : page 62 #4Assignment 10 : page 62 #5Assignment 11 : page 62 #6Assignment 12 : page 65 #16, 17Assignment 13 : page 66 #18, 19Assignment 14 : page 63 #9, 11Assignment 15 : page 62 #7Assignment 16 : page 63 #8 AND page 66 #20 *TEST on Systems on Tuesday!*Assignment 17 : Unit 2 L1 Inv1 CW and HW due Monday 12-19Assignment 18 : Unit 2 L1 Inv2 CW and HW due Thursday 12-22Assignment 19 : Unit 2 L1 Inv 3 CW and HW due Friday 1-6Study for QUIZ on Matrix MethodsAssignment 20 : page 278 #19 AND page 321 #31Assignment 21 : page 278 #21b, d AND page 320 #29Assignment 22 : page 279 #24, 25a, bAssignment 23 : page 270 #2 (hand-out) AND page 275 #6Assignment 24 : page 269 #1 AND page 275 #7Assignment 25 : page 275 #8 AND page 276 #14TERM 3! Assignment 1 : RAFT document (share with me) (file in folder "Portfolio E7/E8" in Google drive)Assignment 2 : Reflection document (share with me) (file in same folder as above)Assignment 3 : page 271 #3 AND page 276 #13Assignment 4 : pages 273, 274 #5Assignment 5 : page 275 #9, 11Assignment 6 : page 306 #2ab AND page 307 #3abAssignment 7 : page 306 #2cd AND page 307 #3cdAssignment 8 : page 313 #11 Study for Unit TESTAssignment 9 : pages 285, 286 Check Your Understanding parts a, b, c TEST on ThursdayAssignment 10 : Slope Packet - due MondayAssignment 11 : page 193 #33 AND page 194 #39 a, c, dAssignment 12 : page 193 #34, 35Assignment 13 : Meaning of Slope packetAssignment 14 : pages 165, 166 #3 c, d, #4 a, b, cAssignment 15 : pages 166-168 #5 d, e, #6, #8Assignment 16 : page 181 #2Assignment 17 : page 181 #1Assignment 18 : page 187 #16 a, b AND page 189 #22Assignment 19 : Practice ProblemsAssignment 20 : page 189 #20, 25Assignment 21 : page 189 #24 AND page 191 #28Assignment 22 : page 183 #7Study for TEST on Coordinate MethodsComplete "On Your Own" problems #1 and #2FUNCTIONS TERM 1 HOMEWORK!Assignment 1 : Binder + 5 dividersAssignment 2 : page 345 #21 Remember to always copy down the problem and to show all your work.Assignment 3 : page 346 #29 abcdAssignment 4 : page 337 #3 Pick 4 of the 5 problems.Assignment 5 : Study for QUIZ and be ready for a binder checkAssignment 6 : page 281 #24Assignment 7 : page 480 #22 acdAssignment 8 : page 340 #9 AND page 392 #3 ab Assignment 9 : page 417 #30 abcAssignment 10 : page 337 #4Study for QUIZ on Lesson 1 Investigation 2NO HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY!!Assignment 11 : page 258 #27Assignment 12 : page 258 #30Assignment 13 : page 314 #28 *PICK ONE! a, b, or c* on graph paperAssignment 14 : page 226 #40 AND page 342 #15Assignment 15 : page 155 #35Study for TEST on Polynomial Functions Unit 5 Lesson 1 pages 319-335Assignment 16 : page 314 #28 *PICK ANOTHER ONE* from a, b, c to do on graph paperNO NEW HOMEWORK! Have a nice long weekend!Assignment 17 : page 388 #31, 32Assignment 18 : page 363 #30, 31Assignment 19 : page 381 #2a, 4a *REMEMBER Profit = Income - Expenses*Study for QUIZ on Lesson 3 Investigation 1 Rational FunctionsAssignment 20 : page 382 #6No new homework for Monday - have a nice long weekend!Assignment 21 : page 382 #7Assignment 22 : page 453 #40Assignment 23 : page 386 #24a, c, dAssignment 24 : page 372 CYU part bStudy for TEST on Rational FunctionsAssignment 25 : page 384 #16 a, d AND page 389 #39a, c, eTERM 2!Assignment 1 : page 384 #16e AND page 389 #39b, dAssignment 2 : page 549 #1, 2Assignment 3 : page 549 #3 AND page 551 #9Assignment 4 : page 551 #10 AND page 553 #17Assignment 5 : page 542 Check Your UnderstandingAssignment 6 : page 550 #6 AND page 552 #13Assignment 7 : page 550 #7a AND page 553 #16Assignment 8 : page 550 #7b, c, d AND page 552 #12Study for TEST on inverse functions (pages537-548)Assignment 9 : Worksheet #29Assignment 10 : Worksheet #12Assignment 11 : page 384 #1, 2 (hand-out)Assignment 12 : page 384 #3 (hand-out)V (t) Study for QUIZ on Logarithms (Lesson 3 Investigation 1 packet)Assignment 13 : page 384 #5 (sheet)Assignment 14 : page 385 #6 (new sheet--look for Washington Nationals picture--rule is V (t) = 450 ( 10^{ 0.021 t )} Assignment 15 : page 385 #7 (sheet - rule is R (t) = 750 ( 10 ^{0.033 t }) )Assignment 16 : page 385 #8 (sheet - rule is s (t) = 200 (10 ^{-0.046 t }) ) Assignment 17 : page 385 #9Assignment 18 : page 485 #35 (sheet)Assignment 19 : page 452 #25 (sheet)Assignment 20 : page 485 #34 (sheet)Assignment 21 : page 476 #6 (sheet)Study for QUIZ on "preparing for Trig"Assignment 22 : page 481 #20 (sheet)Assignment 23 : page 474 #3 (sheet)Logarithm Test Reflection (Google doc, shared with me)TERM 3!Assignment 1 : Logarithm Reflection document (share with me) (file in "Portfolio E8" folder in your Google drive)Assignment 2 : page 250 #1Assignment 3 : page 255 #10Assignment 4 : page 251 #3 AND page 258 #16Assignment 5 : pages 252, 253 #6Assignment 6 : pages 251, 252 #4 QUIZ on L1 Inv 2 tomorrowAssignment 7 : pages 255, 256 #11Assignment 8 : page 252 #5Assignment 9 : page 254 #8Assignment 10 : pages 262, 263 #29 TEST on Lesson 1 tomorrowAssignment 11 : page 257 #14Assignment 12 : page 257 #15Assignment 13 : pages 278, 279 #6Assignment 14 : page 279 #14Assignment 15 : pages 278, 279 #5, 8Assignment 16 : page 277 #2Assignment 17 : page 277 #3 (hand-out)Assignment 18 : pages 277, 278 #4 (hand-out)Assignment 19 : pages 276, 277 #1Study for Unit TEST on Vertex Edge GraphsAssignment 20 : page 120 #5 a, b (hand-out)Assignment 21 : page 121 #7 a, b, c, d, e i, f (hand-out)Assignment 22 : page 124 #11 (hand-out) |