Tutorial Video The videos above may be helpful, but you might be looking for class activities. Day 1 Special Types of Ones Day 1 Extra —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Unit 4 – Logarithmic Functions

Introduction What is a logarithm? The answer is more simple than meets the eye. Essentially, a logarithm is the “backwards” version of an exponent and —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Related Rates Project – Calculus

Timeline March 8/11 – Project introduction & initial problem selection March 12/13 – In class project work time, come prepared next class for feedback from —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## March 5th Sub Plans

Thanks for helping today. I am out today because of a doctors appointment. Feel free to share with students if they ask. Period 2 – —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Unit 4 – Exponential Functions and Applications

Overview This unit will be focusing on exponential functions. We will start by reviewing exponent rules, looking at rational exponents (exponents that have fraction exponents), —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Sub Plans Feb. 26

Greetings, Here is an outline of the tasks that need to be completed during today’s lesson. I am at a training in the building so —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Sub. Plans Feb 20th

Greetings, Here is an outline of the tasks that need to be completed during today’s lesson. Algebra 1 (Period 1 & 5) Students are learning —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Calculus – Unit 4 – Applications of Derivatives

Three (maybe four) major ideas dominate this unit: The Chain Rule as a concept is essential to extending calculus to context based situations. Implicit Differentiation —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Calculus – Derivatives Skills Test

Within a Calculus class, there are three major ideas that are explored. 1) Limits, 2) Derivatives and 3) Integrals; all other ideas spawn off of —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 1 – Unit 4 – Linear Equations and Functions

Throughout this unit, students will be learning about functions that have linear relationships. This is one of the the most important concepts in Algebra —> |GO TO FULL POST|