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Common Core: ELA
Common Core: Math
Grades: Grade 11
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 Student Outcomes Students construct a table of logarithms base 10 and observe patterns that indicate properties of logarithms.

 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.

 Student Outcomes Students describe data distributions in terms of shape, center and variability. Students use the mean and standard deviation to describe center and variability for a data...

 Student Outcomes Students calculate probabilities given a twoway table of data. Students construct a “hypothetical 1000” twoway table given probability information. Students interpret probabilities...

 In this lesson, students begin reading Hamlet’s first soliloquy in which he laments his situation and mourns for his father. Students consider the impact of Shakespeare’s choice to introduce Hamlet...

 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 solve simple logarithmic equations using the definition of logarithm and logarithmic properties.

 In this lesson students read and analyze Laertes’s farewell monologue to Ophelia and a brief conversation between Ophelia and Laertes on lines 1–55 of Act 1.3. This selection provides an opportunity...

 In this lesson, students read Hamlet’s final soliloquy (Act 4.4, lines 34–69). Students examine how Shakespeare continues to develop Hamlet’s character in this passage, paying particular attention to...

 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...

 In this lesson students continue their analysis of Hamlet’s third soliloquy in Act 2.2, lines 616–634, with a focus on how the introduction of a key plot point—that Hamlet will stage a play to...

 Student Outcomes Students interpret addition and multiplication of two irrational numbers in the context of logarithms and find betterandbetter decimal approximations of the sum and product,...

 Student Outcomes Students approximate the value of quantities that involve positive irrational exponents. Students extend the domain of the function f(x) =bx for positive real numbers b to all real...

 Student Outcomes Students use logarithms to determine how many characters are needed to generate unique identification numbers in different scenarios. Students understand that logarithms are useful...

 In this lesson, students read and analyze lines 149–164 from Act 1.2, the second half of Hamlet’s first soliloquy in which Hamlet laments his mother’s quick remarriage following his father’s death....

 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...

 In this MidUnit Assessment, students select textual evidence from one of Hamlet’s first three soliloquies to craft a formal multiparagraph essay about how Shakespeare develops Hamlet’s character in...

 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...

 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 prove the Pythagorean identity sin2(x) + cos2(x) = 1. Students extend trigonometric identities to the real line, with attention to domain and range. Students use the...

 In this lesson, students explore Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy. Students read lines 64–84 of Act 3.1, focusing on how Shakespeare’s word choice impacts the meaning of the passage, and...

 Student Outcomes Students construct a table of logarithms base 10 and observe patterns that indicate properties of logarithms.

 Student Outcomes Students prove simple identities involving the sine function, cosine function, and secant function. Students recognize features of proofs of identities.

 Student Outcomes Students understand how to change logarithms from one base to another. Students calculate logarithms with any base using a calculator that computes only logarithms base 10 and base e...