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Common Core: ELA
Common Core: Math
Grades: Grade 11
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 Student Outcomes Students solve simple logarithmic equations using the definition of logarithm and logarithmic properties.

 Student Outcomes Students review and practice applying the properties of exponents for integer exponents. Students model a realworld scenario involving exponential growth and decay.

 Student Outcomes Students review place value and scientific notation. Students use scientific notation to compute with large numbers.

 Student Outcomes Students will calculate quantities that involve positive and negative rational exponents.

 Student Outcomes Students rewrite expressions involving radicals and rational exponents using the properties of exponents.

 Student Outcomes Students formalize the periodicity, frequency, phase shift, midline, and amplitude of a general sinusoidal function by understanding how the parameters A, w, h, and k in the formula...

 Student Outcomes Students review how changing the parameters A, ω, h, and k in f(x) = A sin(ω(x  h)) + k affects the graph of the sine function. Students examine the example of the Ferris wheel,...

 Student Outcomes Students model cyclical phenomena from biological and physical science using trigonometric functions. Students understand that some periodic behavior is too complicated to be modeled...

 Student Outcomes Students graph the tangent function. Students use the unit circle to express the values of the tangent function for π  x, π + x, and 2π  x in terms of tan(x), where x is any real...

 Student Outcomes Students define the secant function and the cofunctions in terms of points on the unit circle. They relate these names for these functions to the geometric relationships among lines...

 Student Outcomes Students graph the sine and cosine functions and analyze the shape of these curves. For the sine and cosine functions, students sketch graphs showing key features, which include...

 Student Outcomes Students explore horizontal scalings of the graph of y =sin(x). Students convert between degrees and radians.

 Student Outcomes Students observe identities from graphs of sine and cosine basic trigonometric identities and relate those identities to periodicity, even and odd properties, intercepts, end...

 Student Outcomes Students explore the historical context of trigonometry as motion of celestial bodies in a presumed circular arc. Students describe the position of an object along a line of sight in...

 Student Outcomes Students will define sine and cosine as functions for degrees of rotation of the ray formed by the positive axis up to one full turn. Students use special triangles to geometrically...

 Student Outcomes Students will define sine and cosine as functions for all real numbers measured in degrees. Students will evaluate the sine and cosine functions at multiples of 30 and 45.

 Student Outcomes Students define the tangent function and understand the historic reason for its name. Students use special triangles to determine geometrically the values of the tangent function for...

 This lesson is the EndofUnit Assessment for Unit 3. In this lesson, students craft a multiparagraph response analyzing the relationship between Woolf’s text and the character of Ophelia from...

 This lesson is part one of the EndofUnit Assessment for 11.1.2. In this lesson, students collect evidence to support their analyses of how central ideas interact and build upon one another in...

 This lesson is part two of the EndofUnit Assessment for 11.1.2. In this lesson, students draft a multiparagraph response to the EndofUnit Assessment prompt.

 In this lesson, students are introduced to an excerpt from Chapter 3 of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own, which they will study throughout the unit. Students are assessed on their ability to...

 Students continue reading the excerpt from Chapter 3 of A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf, focusing on a selection that outlines how Judith Shakespeare’s opportunities contrasted with her brother...

 In this lesson, students examine Woolf’s point of view and use of rhetoric. Students focus on a selection from of A Room of One’s Own in which Woolf develops her point of view about why it would have...

 In this lesson, the last before the MidUnit Assessment, students read the last part of the excerpt of A Room of One’s Own, in which Woolf writes about the stress of society’s expectations on female...