Join “Remind” with Mrs. Coats. Text the number 81010. STUDENTS should list initials as the first part of their registration name. All other information should be fabricated. Students should not use their entire first or last name in the registration. Parents can also sign up for remind.
- For Geometry, send the message @cc2018g
- For Intro to Engineering, send the message @cceng2018
- For Intro to Robotics, send the message @ccrobot18
- For NATIONAL COMPETITION for Academic Games, send the message @agloahm for middle school and @agloaha for high school.
- For Girl Scout Troop 40019, send the message @gs40019
- For Mu Alpha Theta, send the message @hamat18
FOR GEOMETRY in the Fall 2018, join Mrs. Coats Geometry Class with KHAN ACADEMY by going to www.khanacademy.org/join then entering the class code NRTGJBCS and pressing Add. If you don’t already have an account, press “Create a new account”. You should sign up with an email address NOT google. Neither your full first name or your full last name should be used and information can be falsified. I will collect your fabricated name in class so I can monitor your progress. Assignments will be given in class throughout the course. Students will need access to computers for their assignments.
One of the forms that need to be turned in at the beginning of the year is listed here: Form from Agenda
Mrs. Coats will offer tutoring at lunch but the schedule will depend on her duty schedule.
All contact should be to Catherine.Coats@JPPSS.K12.LA.US . If I have not replied within 24 hours, please call the school as it means that I did not receive your email.
Supply list for Engineering 2018-19: Syllabus: Coats Syllabus Engineering (8/3/18)
Students should bring to school daily: Pen, pencil, straight edge, Graph Composition Book (9.75″ x 7.5″ Graph Paper Notebook), and a folder with pockets for handouts (must be used exclusively for engineering). For the classroom, please bring in: A roll of paper towels and either a container of disinfecting wipes or a box of tissues. Most assignments will be done on the computer. Students will need an email address to use in Google Drive. The email address is required to start with the student’s initials and should not contain the student’s full first name or last name. I would suggest setting up a new account for this class (it can also be used for Robotics), because we will be using it very frequently. There is a $15 fee for this course. Checks can be made out to Haynes Academy.
Supply list for GEOMETRY 2018-19: Syllabus: Coats Syllabus Geometry (8/7/18)
Personal Supplies that students should bring to school daily:
1. Pencils (Assignments and Assessments MUST be done NEATLY in PENCIL, Notes may be taken in pen)
2. High Quality Compass (This will be used often. You may want to look for one who’s tip retracts when closed.)
3. TI-30 Calculator. (NOT Multi-view). You WILL need your calculator from last year.
4. Composition notebook (any color or cute covers are fine)
5. Three-ring binder (1” is suggested.) This will hold workbook pages for the section we are working on.
Classroom Supplies: Students should bring in the following to Mrs. Coats: 1 roll of paper towels, 1 pack of loose-leaf, 1 pack of pencils, 1 pack of post-it notes, AND either a container of disinfecting wipes or a box of tissues. Also, one purple glue stick or scotch tape.
Useful but not required personal items: 3-hole punch, highlighter, black expo marker, scissors, correcting tape and one of the following: glue stick, double stick tape, glue dots, or mini-stapler. If you like to keep your papers for review, I would suggest a 3” binder to be kept at home. Liquid correcting fluid is not allowed in my classroom. You may also want to have a personal handheld pencil sharpener.
Supply list for Robotics 2018-19: Students should bring to school daily: Pen, pencil, calculator, straight edge, Graph Composition Book (9.75″ x 7.5″ Graph Paper Notebook), and a folder or binder with pockets for handouts. Useful but not required items: Fine Tipped EXPO, colored pencils, Washi Tape. Students will need an email address to use in Google Drive. The email address is required to start with the student’s initials and should not contain the student’s full first name or last name.
WEBSITES FOR GEOMETRY PRACTICE
Eureka Math HWH Digital Instructions (Goes with the Eureka Curriculum for Geometry – Homework Helpers)
https://kutasoftware.com/freeige.html (Dr.Bouchon recommended)
http://www.tests.com/practice/geometry-practice-test (Khan recommended)
https://www.testprepreview.com/modules/geometry.htm (Khan recommended)
http://www.math-tests.com/geometry-test.html (Khan recommended)
8/10 Try to get supplies by Wednesday. If you don’t want to get a binder, a folder is OK, but a small binder is preferred. You need an email address that doesn’t have your first or last name to access Khan. Create a new one if you need to and register for my class at Khan. Cut and paste/glue/tape the symbols on pages 3&4 of your Interactive Notebook. Define the following terms on page 5 of your notebook: Isometry, Reflection, Rotation, Transformation, Translation, Congruence. Paste/glue/tape the Vocabulary pages to pages 6&7 in the Interactive notebook. TRY to do at least one copy of each of the major angles from the Constructing angles pages. You will need to do 2 more copies of each on a separate sheet of paper by Wednesday. Constructing Angles with Compass
8/13 Module 1 Lesson 1 in Eureka. Students should continue working on their Interactive Notebooks. Finish defining the vocabulary words listed above. Do 4 copies of each of the 4 angles listed on the handout. Review the lesson from Eureka, complete any areas you left blank, and complete the Problem Set on page 6. We will do the Exit Ticket in class. (Don’t forget to get all your forms signed.)
8/14 Make sure you are answering all the questions in your workbook. If you didn’t answer them in class, they need to be completed for HW. HW p8: Write the steps that coincide with your drawing. HW p9: Draw and Write the steps. HW p10. Read the Assumptions at the bottom of p12. Bisect the angles on p14. All work should be done up to and including page 14. All HW is due Friday.
8/15 We have made it through Lesson 5. All work should be done and shown in the work book up to and including page 32. You do not have to do p7 (we did it in class), p9 at the bottom, p27 1st Q was done in class. Attached is a summary of bisecting angles, copying angles, and drawing perpendicular bisectors. NOTE: When you copy the an angle, you have to change your compass distance to the length across the arc. Example is in the attachment. Summary of beginning of U1 – Posting – Bisect Copy Perpendicular Bisector Also, Khan has been assigned. All work through page 32 and Khan are due Monday. I will also be checking Interactive Notebooks at that time.
Week of 8/20:
- After Interactive Notebooks, Angle copies, and Workbooks are checked, students will be given the next packet for their Interactive Notebooks. Instructions should be followed for putting these in the notebooks.
- Students should fill in any missing vocabulary words and should review all information in the notebook.
- Khan has been assigned for the week.
- Students will need to see Mrs. Coats to re-complete any Exit Tickets that were answered correctly and/or sufficiently.
- Last Warning on Syllabus Signatures. Detentions tomorrow.
- Use notes and vocabulary in Interactive Notebook to help with the below assignments. If it says “We do” it means that we will do it together in class, but you still have to show all work and correct answers in your workbook.
- NOTE! You may find pdf’s of the workbook online but the pages don’t line up. Be careful!
- Lesson 1.6 You read/do pages 33-38. Read pages 40-42 (Monday)
- Lesson 1.7 You read/do page 43 All and pages 44-46 Odd (Monday)
- Lesson 1.8 You read/do pages 49 All and pages 50-51 Odd (Tuesday)
- Lesson 1.9 You read/do pages 55. (Tuesday) We will do page 56 together. (Wednesday)
- Lesson 1.10 We do pages 63-64. You do pages 65-66. (Wednesday)
- Lesson 1.11 We do pages 69-72. You do page 73. (Wednesday)
- Lesson 1.12 You do pages 75-76. We do page 77. You do page 79. (Thursday)
- Lesson 1.13 We do page 81. You read/do pages 82-83. You do pages 84-85. (Thursday)
- Lesson 1.14 You read pages 89-90. We do pages 91-92. You do page 93.(Friday)
- Lesson 1.15 You read pages 95-97. You do page 98. We do page 99. (Friday)
Week of 8/27/18 (Posted 8/28/18) -Remember to update your Interactive Notebook. You should be reading this at least every other evening. Exit Ticket Redo and Quiz Redo deadline is Tuesday, September 4th by the end of the day. MAJOR TEST – Module 1 Lessons 1-21 excluding Lesson 18. All HW for this week is due Tuesday before the test. Notebooks will be checked again the following week, not Labor day week. IF YOU NEED HELP over the holiday, email Mrs. Coats at Catherine.Coats@JPPSS.K12.LA.US She will reply but it won’t be super prompt. She will check emails at least twice daily.
- We do p.101 – 103 (Remember that “we do” means you still have to finish the work we start in class.)
- You do p.105 #3&4 These are just like class examples. You do p.104
- We do page 107-110. You do p. 111 (This was covered Monday)
- We read pages 121-122. You do Ex 1 page 122. You do p.124. We do p. 125-126
- You do p.127 #3. We do p. 128#1. You do p.128#2-5
- We do p.129 -130. We do p.131 #1. You do p.131#2 and p.132#3
- We will have review on Thursday and Friday. Please have your questions ready.
- What you need to study for the upcoming test:
- Definitions for the terms: Angle, Circle, Perpendicular, Parallel, Line Segment, Rotation, Reflection, Translation
How to write a transformation in function notation.(p122, etc) Look at info about this in your notebook!
How to create a parallel line at a point not on the original line. Lesson 16 starts on p.101.
Draw a line of reflection and tell how you did it.
PRECISE definition of rigid motion (p.78) and the rigid motions (Pages 82, 90,1o2. Look for the word: “defined”)
You will have to explain your reasons for answering questions. You have to tell the “why”.
Center of Rotation:
- Draw a segment connecting congruent points
- Using a compass and straightedge, find the perpendicular bisector of this segment.
- Draw a segment connecting another set of congruent points.
- Find the perpendicular bisector of this segment.
- The point of intersection of the two perpendicular bisectors is the center of rotation. Label this point .
Week of 9/4/18 – Due to the Hurricane days, we had our Mid Module Test on Thursday. On Friday, we worked on M1 L22&23. This will help with L23 HW. Interactive Notebooks and Homework for the following sections will be checked on Monday.
L22. We do p.135-138 (On 138, you don’t have to draw the pictues). You do p. 139-140.
L23. We do and read p.143-144. You do p.145-147. It MUST be in 2 column proof form. Do research on this if you need or EMAIL me!
Week of 9/10: Week 5
L24. We do p.149-152. You do p.153-154.
L25. We do p 155-158. You do p. 159
L26. We do page 161. You do pages 162-164 (Covered in class Tuesday)
L27. We do page 165-166. You do page 167-168. (Covered in class Tuesday)
L28 – Starts on page 169. Copy Examples 1,2,3,5,7 into your workbook, BY HAND. Study the others. For HW, you need to do Problems 1-5.
L29 – We do: p.179-182, You do: Exercises 1-4
L30 – We do the bottom of p. 185 along with marking the diagram on the page. We do Ex 2 & 3. You do Problems #1-3.
L31 – We discuss details of constructing a square given one of the sides placement and length and practice this construction. https://www.mathopenref.com/constsquare.html You do the Problem set by drawing one square and then a smaller one (inside or outside, either is fine.)
Week 6: L33&34 will be covered on Monday BUT they are a review, so they should be studied over the weekend and all problems in both lessons should be attempted.
L33 – We do: p.199-202, You do: p.203
L34 – We do: p.205-206 You do: p.207
HW and Interactive Notebooks will be checked Tuesday. Exit ticket retake opportunities end Tuesday. Grades will be posted for current exit ticket grades, but may change after Monday’s exit tickets and retakes are graded.
*Major Assessment – End of M1 Test – Tuesday. For the test, you should study: L30 Example 1, review rigid transformations, triangle congruency proofs (example: SAS, ASA, HL, etc), proofs involving parallel lines and transversals, L22 info on transformations, constructing a square, L28, proofs.
MODULE 2: Starting in Week 6 (HW and IN will be checked Tuesday, 9/25)
L1 p.2-3 All, p.4#3, p.6
L2 p.9,11,15,&17#6 only
L3,4,5 Make sure you put your pages into your Interactive Notebook. Makeup Tests are Friday at LUNCH. HW p.Page 22 (Use a ruler), p.31-33, 38, 41
L6&7 p.43 How to find the center of rotation and rotate a point. page 44, p.46, p50#2&5, p.58, p59#5
L8 p61,62,63#3,p.65 (Monday 9/24/18)
L12 Page 87, page 88 and 89, Example 1, Exercises 1-3. Page 91#2, Page 92#4&5
L13 Page 95, 96, page 101#6
Study the Lesson Summaries in your Interactive Notebook for Module 2.
Link for Homework Helpers for Eureka was listed near the top of my Wiki
L14 page 107 #1-3. page 108 Examples 4&5.
L15 pages 111-114
L16 Pages 119 and 120. #5 on page 125.
L17 Pages 127 – 128, #6-8 on page 133
L18 Page 139. Page 140 #1&2
MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st, Mid Module Assessment, HW due and Interactive Notebook Check.
What to study: The handout that had info about dilating with coordinates using the origin as the center of dilation. Be able to explain how similarity and dilations are related (using triangles). Know the definition of “not colinear.” Prove in a paragraph that a pre-image and its dilated image are similar (triangle). Know that when an image is similar to its pre-image, all sets of corresponding sides have the same ratio AB/A’B’ = CD/C’D’. Know that “algebraic” means the use of letters to represent numbers. Note that the only criterion we have learned to prove similarity of a triangle and its dilated image is the AA criterion. Know the formula for the area of a square. Know that the distance from the COD to the new point DIVIDED by the distance from the COD to the old point, EQUALS the scale factor (r). Know the definition of MIDPOINT. Know that when you dilate a figure, all sides change by the same ratio. If one does not change then it is NOT SIMILAR or NOT a proper dilation. Recall Pythagorean theorem. Use AA criterion to prove in paragraph form that two triangles are similar. Describe the construction steps of a dilation. In a drawing of an image and a pre-image, can you find the center of dilation? Review AA, SAS, and SSS Criterion for similarity.
Problem Example: https://youtu.be/ZoKNmQLv6Xg
Good video(one mistake): https://youtu.be/VXlFEilh-cw
Similar Triangles: https://youtu.be/YMSkiNuwmMU
Constructing a dilation: https://youtu.be/WCXN4qzrBTo
Scale Factor video: https://youtu.be/EYKsegMY8M8
Example with redrawing triangles: https://youtu.be/1iVNSHbMEYQ
Khan AA, SAS, SSS: https://youtu.be/7bO0TmJ6Ba4
L21 – Page 155 a&b. Use the Pythagorean Theorem. Page 156 Example 1 – for b, redraw all 3 and relabel. Continue with 157. Example 2. For the table at the bottom, show ratios in the form 3:6. For the table, you are not solving, you are just showing the ratios. Continue with page 159&160. Exit ticket will be very similar to page 158. MAKE SURE YOU NAME TRIANGLES IN ORDER OF CONGRUENCE. Right Angle Symmetry
L22 – page 163 #1-4. Pages 165 #6&9. Page 165. Page 167 #17, Page 168, and then #12 on p.169. Remember that when you are simplifying radicals in fractions that you need to get rid of the radical in the denominator.
L23 Page 173#4&5. Page 174 #6 Find All. Example 2&3 page 175. Page 177 #8&9
L24 Page 179 and 180. Page 183 #1-4.How to prove PT using AA
L25 – Page 185#1-3. Know definitions for adjacent, opposite, and hypotenuse. Page 185 #4&5. For page 186&187, you have a handout with the answers. Make sure you know where the numbers are coming from. You do page 188. Remember that you have learned 3 similarity criteria: AA, SAS, and SSS
L26 – Homework is the handout on Trigonometric ratios (front and back). On the top of L25 handout, add the headers Sin and Cos. Work with your ratios and your calculator so you can see where the numbers are coming from. Do page 200. Exit ticket #26 is like page 200. You need to understand how Sin and Cos are complimentary functions. Sin (Theta) = Cos (90-Theta) by that same definition, Cos(Theta) = Sin(90-Theta)
L27 – We do page 207 and 209. Mrs. Coats will give you a handout for your Interactive Notebook. It should be page 78. Review this page THOROUGHLY! Ask questions if there is something you don’t understand. Do page 210. Complimentary Angles mean that the two of them sum to 90o. Review the special triangle info on your Interactive Notebook page. 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 Triangles.
L28 – We do Page 213 and #2 on page 214. Important: Remember that you can draw an altitude to make 2 right triangles out of 1 Non-right triangle.
L29 – Tuesday – HW Handouts, Do page 219, Slope=Rise/Run. Review what a negative slope looks like.
End of Module Test on all covered lessons from Module 2 will be Thursday, 10/11. 10/11 will also be the deadline for exit ticket retakes, IN will be checked, and homework is due(including handouts). What to study for the EOM Test for Module 2: Make sure you do all the HW worksheets given Friday and Tuesday. If you don’t understand something, ASK! (Email me if needed) These are very representative of Test Questions. You need to know how to prove the Pythagorean Theorem using similar triangles. (There is a link by M2L24 above) You need to review Similarity criteria (AA mostly) and review how to use parallel lines and transversals to see which angles are equal. SOH CAH TOA. If two angles are complementary, what does that mean? What is the relationship between tan alpha and tan beta? You need to know how to use your calculator to get the ratios for the side lengths of a right triangle given an angle measure. Review Pythagorean Theorem. You need to remember that when you have a smaller triangle inside a bigger one… sometimes the bigger one gives lots of info. Draw them separately and see if you can figure out what the question is asking. Info sheet for day Academic Games was out is here. Right Angle Symmetry and Trig Intro
10/12 M3L1 What Is Area – Leaving a number as a radical or a fraction is more PRECISE than estimating or rounding as a decimal. If you have an unusual shape and you put a rectangle around the outside of it to calculate area, that is called over-approximation. If you put a rectangle (or triangle) inside it to calculate area, that is called under-approximation. Once you get these two values, you can add them together and divide by 2 to get the average, which will be a more accurate approximation than either the over or the under approximation. WORK: Page 1&2, pages 4&5, HW page 6.
10/12 M3L2 Properties of Area – Review Intersections (Overlap of two figures). If you have the area of two figures and they overlap, you can add the two areas together and then subtract the area of overlap. Otherwise, you would be adding the same overlap area twice. WORK: Page 9 #1-4 HW pages 12-13 #2-5
10/15 M3L3 Page S.15, Review principles on p19. HWp16& #1 p17& #2 p20 NOTE: If you have two different scale factors, the ratio of the areas = the two scale factors multiplied together. If a figure is dilated, the ratio of the areas = the scale factor squared. M3L3 Intro
10/15 M3L4 Page S.23&24. Review the definitions on page 26. Eureka describes the proving of the area of a disk as the inscription and circumscription of polygons inside and outside of a circle. As the number of sides of the polygons increase, the area estimation becomes more exact. The state standard shows the circle divided into pie slices that are placed in the shape of a rectangle with a length of 2rPi and a height of r, will result in the area of the rectangle being 2Pi r squared. HW#7&8 page 28 NOTE: Percent error = (Actual – Calculated)/Actual
10/16 M3L5 Page S.29. Hint for p29, use Pythagorean Theorem twice. Do page 30&31. Read and do page 34 Top and #1. Do #2 mentally, but you don’t have to write answers.
10/16 M3L6 Read S.39, Do page 40. Read and do page 42. Attempt to fill in page 45. Mrs. Coats will give you a copy of the correct answers for p 45 to go in your Interactive Notebook, but you at least have to copy it for HW on page 45.
10/17 M3L7 (General Pyramids and Cones and their Cross-Sections) Page S.49. For page 50, take notes as Mrs. Coats discusses. We do examples on page 51. You do page 52. Follow the same logic to make sure you understand what to do on page 53. Read and do page 54. REMINDER: STUDY YOUR INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK! Online Discovery: (Use the sliders on the bottom right to see slices) www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/CrossSectionFlyer/
10/17 M3L8 (Definition and Properties of Volume) Page S.57, p58, Page 59 we will do together. Refer to handout on M3L8. Do #3&7 with a partner for pages 60&61. Read page 63 and 73 for HW. Be prepared to discuss tomorrow. Online Discovery:(Use the revolve button) http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/3DTransmographer/
10/18 M3L10 (The Volume of Prisms and Cylinders and Cavalieri’s Principle) Notes: Remember that to get the length of a new line segment, you multiply the length of the old line segment by the scale factor. To get the new area, you multiply the old area by scale factor squared. To get the new volume, you multiply the old volume by the scale factor cubed. Do page 73 and read/study all the notes in the workbook on Slicing and Cavalieri. You need to know the equations for the volume of a cylinder, a rectangular prism, and a triangular prism.
10/18 M3L11 (The Volume Formula of a Pyramid and Cone) Do page 81 and page 83. These problems will make you think. So…think and write! You need to know the volume for a cone and a pyramid and why the formulas work.
10/19 M3L12 (The Volume Formula of a Sphere)
End of Module 3 test – Monday, October 22 Know the value of tan 30o and what ratio it represents. Know the density equation and how to use it. Know the equation for the volume of a right cylinder and what all the variables mean. Know how to go from volume to mass using the density of an object. Know how the equations for the volume of a pyramid and a cone are related. Know how to calculate the volume of a cone and a hemisphere. Be able to describe and draw the solid created by a rectangle rotated around one of its sides. Be able to draw a right circular cone, a square pyramid, and a sphere. Know that a sphere sliced through the center will have the area that uses the radius value, but if sliced in another plane parallel to a center slice, it will have a smaller radius value to be used in the area calculation.
Started Module 4 on Tuesday, 10/23. It is short and most of it is review, so it will go fast. To get a head start, review slope and linear equation in slope-intercept form. This website can help: https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/line-parallel-perpendicular.html Week of 10/23, we will cover all of M4. Students should be doing 2 or 3 lessons worth of HW per night.
L1 – Page 1 & 2. Use graph paper. Distance formula. Speed or rate is distance/time. Refer to the link above if you are having trouble. Video on distance formla: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geometry-pythagorean-theorem/pythagorean-theorem-distance/v/distance-formula
L4 -Page 19. Use graph paper for the Exploratory challenge. Do page 20 using a transparency. Remember that the slope of a perpendicular line is the negative reciprocal of the original slope. The table for your interactive notebook is about revolving around the origin. Be careful. Is the question asking you to revolve around the origin or around another point?
L5 – pages 23, 24 (Use graph paper) and p 25. Use graph paper. Slope can prove angles, just as angles can prove slope. This still focuses on the ratios for similar triangles, Sin, Cos, Tan. If you have the slope and one point, you can use the slope-intercept form and solve for the y-intercept.
L6 – Do page 27 and 29. It is a little harder but still the same concepts. Reminder that translations should be the same size as the original image.
L7 – ALGEBRA! Page 31 and 32. Remember that slope intercept has y “by itself.” So, if you solve for y and get the equation in y=mx+b, you can tell what the slope and y-intersept are. SOLVE FOR Y!
L8 – page 35.
L9 – pages 41&42. Reminder: Use the distance formula. See if you can figure it out in your groups in class.
L10 – page 47 and 49 with any method you like. Note: Decomposing means taking a large area and then subtracting out the areas that you are not interested in. (Note that the same thing could be done for volume). https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-third-grade-math/3rd-geometry/cc-third-grade-decompose-to-find-area/v/decomposing-shapes-to-find-area-grids-math-3rd-grade-khan-academy
L11 -page 55. Inequalities (ask if you need help!) page 57#1.
L12 – page 59. The midpoint formula and partition formulas are in your Interactive Notebook.
L13 – page 63. page 66. This one might take a while but the questions are good! https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/hs-geo-analytic-geometry/hs-geo-dividing-segments/v/ratios-of-distances-between-colinear-points
EOM Test from M4 will be Monday, 10/29/18 Questions should be emailed to Catherine.Coats@JPPSS.K12.LA.US I cannot answer you if you contact me in a different email. HW and IN are due MONDAY! No late work will be accepted. Exit ticket retakes will be allowed through lunch on Tuesday 10/30/18. As stated in class, the questions on the test will be similar to HW problems in your workbook and Exit Ticket problems that you were allowed to take notes on. If your WB, Interactive notebook, and notes are not sufficient, I have posted videos on the Wiki. You can also research the topic of interest. Topics are listed in the table of contents of your interactive notebook. You should be able to graph points on a coordinate grid. X’s are along the horizontal axis and Y’s are along the vertical axis. Points should always be listed as (x,y). You need to be able to partition a segment. You need to be able to use the distance formula. You need to find the new coordinates of a segment rotated around an end point. You need to know that the slopes of perpendicular segments, when multiplied together, give the product of -1. You need to be able to put an equation for a line in point-slope form. You need to be able to look at the equation of a line and tell what the slope and y-intercept are. You need to be able to compare equations to tell if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. You need to know that perpendicular means that right angles are made and that the slope of the lines will be negative reciprocals of each other.
Module 5 – Circles. HW Packet due 11/2. Examples are in the HW packet. Also, you should be studying your pages in your Interactive Notebook. On average, 2 lessons will be done per day. A good bit of circle info is found in this pdf. You can use it as a reference or to study. Circles CC2018 PDF
10/30 M5 L1&2 – P1 Review Thales’ Theorem, P4 do both problems., P6#4, P11#3, P15 All
10/31 M5 L3&4 – P23#4, P30#6
11/2 (HW Packet due). M5 L5&6 – P39#2, P49 #6 (YES, YOU CAN DO IT!)
11/5 M5 L7&8 – P52, P54, P57, P59, P61
11/7 M5 L9&11 – P64 Example 1a&b, P66, P81-82
11/8 M5 L12&13 – P94#5&6a, P100
11/9 M5 L14 – 17 – P107-108, P121, P129, P138#10 (YES! YOU CAN! Look at your HW packet or my PDF!)
11/12 M5 L18&20 – Completing the square by KHAN so you can develop the equation for a circle:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/quadratics/solving-quadratics-by-completing-the-square/v/solving-quadratic-equations-by-completing-the-square Example for application with an equation for a circle. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/intro-to-conics-alg2/expanded-equation-circle-alg2/v/completing-the-square-to-write-equation-in-standard-form-of-a-circle
11/13 All M5 HW due. Interactive Notebook will be checked. EOM for M5 to be scheduled. *Review Circle HW Packet and Interactive Notebook including Lesson Summaries for M5.
Review packet for EOC is being given out on 11/5/18 (Quiz Grade to be graded for correctness). Due 11/26/18. Four KHAN videos and one KHAN review are being assigned for HW. Due 11/26/18. EOC’s will begin on 12/3 so classes will be review. Geometry EOC will be 12/11/18 & 12/12/18.
End of Module 5 Minor Assessment will be 12/10/18.
To review for EOC’s, continue to study packets, videos posted on Wiki, and INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK. Ask questions if you don’t understand something.
8/10 Please get supplies and get forms signed. Instructions will come from the school soon on how to pay course fees online, so you can hold off and pay online, if you want, once the instructions come. THANKS.
Week 1 – Intro to Engineering and Engineering Ethics. Engineering Video – https://youtu.be/vj-H_Mbfvu4
Week 2 – Work Ethic, Communication, Team Work
Week 3 – Writing Lab Reports
Week 4 – The Engineering Design Process
Week 5 – Drafting by Hand (both packets are due Monday,9/17)
Week 6 – Mechanical Engineering – Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7LBKpksyS8
Week 7 – Petroleum Engineering – Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIWH5b1_bRY and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Do9dz6ypD7w https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=VY34PQUiwOQ, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDMEil76fH8 Shell water survival, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdJYkqnmO4U Huet Water Survival
Week 8 – Electrical Engineering – Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQewdCJTcIU, Faraday Cage Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YmFHAFYwmY
Week 9 – Computer Science – Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VpDcjFshJI and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avZTQgLs064&feature=youtu.be Computer Science Project: Create Your Own App or MIT App Inventor
Week 10 – Project Management – Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vStHoQJSvc Project:
Create an account on www.tinkercad.com
Week 11 – Chemical Engineering. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJeWKvQD90Y
If we have time, we will watch in class: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRKyJRAxjpM THIS IS THE PRESENTATION FROM CLASS WITH THE CHOCOLATE VIDEO EMBEDDED IN IT: Introduction to ChemE Cookie Project -Edited
Week 12 – Industrial Engineering. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ww9hDlwjeF4
Week 13 – Civil Engineering. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFljMHTQ1QY Mr.Hance’s Presentation: Presentation at Haynes Academy – Jim Hance – 2 Nov 2018
Tinkercad Assignment #1 (Due 11/12/18): Tinkercad Assignment 1
Week 14 – Environmental Engineering. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUT8zya53Vg
Week 15 – Biological Engineering Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT5pxpr6Yr4
Week 15 – 11/28 Additional Presentation on Environmental Engineering.
11/26 Thank you notes Due for Speakers. Thanksgiving Thank You Note Assignment
11/29 Tinkercad Assignment 1 Due. Tinkercad 1
12/6 Tinkercad Assignment 2 during class
12/14 Inventor Assignment 1 Due. Inventor Assignment 1