Quarter
3 Objectives


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CCSS

Unit 7: Statistics

1

S.ID.1

I can create dot plots and histograms

2

S.ID.2

I can describe the shape of a distribution

3

S.ID.2

I can calculate the mean and median of a distribution

4

S.ID.2

I can calculate standard deviation

5

S.ID.2

I can calculate IQR

6

S.ID.1

I can create a 5number summary and a box plot

7

S.ID.2

I can use statistics to compare shape, center, and spread of two
distributions

8

S.ID.3

I can describe the effect of outliers on shape, center, and spread

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CCSS

Unit 8: Sequences

9

F.BF.2

I can expand a sequence from explicit or recursive form

10

F.BF.2

I can translate a recursive sequence into its explicit form

11

F.BF.2

I can translate an explicit sequence into its recursive form

12

F.IF.3

I recognize that sequences are functions whose domain is a
subset of integers

13

F.BF.2

I recognize arithmetic and geometric patterns

14

F.LE.2/F.BF.1

I can write an explicit function to represent an arithmetic or
geometric sequence

15

F.BF.1

I can write a recursive function to represent an arithmetic or
geometric sequence

16

F.BF.2

I can use an arithmetic or geometric sequence to model real life
situations

CCSS

Unit 9: Exponents and Exponential
Functions


17

Review

I can simplify with the properties of exponents

18

N.RN.2

I can convert between radicals and rational exponents

19

F.IF.9/F.LE.1

I can identify linear and exponential functions given a
situation

20

F.IF.4

I can identify linear and exponential functions from a table

21

F.IF.4

I can sketch the graph of an exponential function

22

F.LE.2

I can model exponential functions with equations

23

F.IF.8

I can find a growth or decay factor, including percent change

24

F.LE.2

I can model real world problems with exponential functions

We have 9 Weeks this quarter from January 6th until March 6th so that means I have approximately 3 weeks per unit since the units are fairly evenly distributed as far as standards go. Unfortunately that only gives me about 14 instructional days including testing which is less than 2 days per objective. For today, my focus is on creating a unit project for the Statistics unit, which will probably be some survey question where the students need to collect or find data, create multiple graphical displays, and analyze the results in a formal report. Thankfully, statistics naturally lend themselves to studentled instruction because there are so many ways to interpret and bring meaning to data.