1st Period: Aug 12: Notes Aug 13: pg. 513 1222 even and 3658 even Aug. 14: Notes Aug. 15: pg. 513 2434 even Aug. 18: pgs. 514515 9296, and 102 Aug. 21 & 22: pg. 515 97100, 103110 Aug. 25: 7.1 worksheet Aug. 26: review Aug. 27: 7.1 Quiz Aug 29: p. 526 18& 19 Sept. 2: p. 526 28, 32, 33
Sept. 3: pg. 526 30 and 34 Sept. 5: Unit circle construction Sept. 8: pg. 536 1728 Sept. 9: pg. 538 71& 73
3rd Period: Aug 12: Notes Aug 13: pg. 513 1222 even and 3658 even Aug. 14: Notes Aug. 15: pg. 513 2434 even Aug. 18: pgs. 514515 92, 101 and 102 Aug. 21 & 22: pg. 515 97100, 103110 Aug 28: Review sheet for 7.1 Sept. 2: Review Sept 3: 7.1 Quest Sept. 4: Right triangle notes Sept. 5: pg. 526 13, 15, 17, 18, 19 Sept. 8: Identities
* In trigonometry, students should have concepts outlined in the Algebra II SOL's. Trigonometry includes the study of trigonometric definitions, applications, and graphing, as well as solving trigonometric equations and inequalities. Emphasis is placed on using connections between right triangle ratios and trigonometric functions and circular functions. Applications are utilized. An emphasis is placed on oral and written communication concerning the language of mathematics, logic of procedure, and interpretation of results. In mathematical analysis, students' knowledge of function characteristics is extended, and they are introduced to another mode of mathematical reasoning. Students should have mastered Algebra II concepts and have had an exposure to trigonometry. The content of mathematical analysis serves as an appropriate preparation for calculus.
* The graphics calculator, textbook, and supplemental textbooks are the major resources.
* Evaluation methods include written tests, exam, quizzes, projects, group work, and class participation
Supplies: Pencils, paper, scientific calculator with fraction capabilities, a folder or binder to keep handouts organized.

