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Common Core: ELA
Common Core: Math
Grades: Grade 11
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 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 horizontal scalings of the graph of y =sin(x). Students convert between degrees and radians.

 Student Outcomes Students understand the term “sampling variability” in the context of estimating a population proportion. Students understand that the standard deviation of the sampling distribution...

 This is the first of three lessons on the dialogue between Hamlet and Ophelia. In this lesson, students listen to a Masterful Reading of the staging of a dialogue between Hamlet and Ophelia and then...

 In this lesson, students continue their analysis of Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy, shifting their focus from the use of figurative language to the development and interaction of central...

 In this lesson, students review the central ideas they have identified in the excerpt from A Room of One’s Own, and apply those ideas as they read an additional excerpt from Hamlet centering on...

 In this lesson, students finish their reading of Hamlet and analyze the play’s tragic resolution in which Hamlet, Laertes, Claudius, and Gertrude all die. For the lesson assessment, students analyze...

 Student Outcomes Students compare the graph of an exponential function to the graph of its corresponding logarithmic function. Students note the geometric relationship between the graph of an...

 Student Outcomes Students derive the sum of a finite geometric series formula. Students apply the sum of a finite geometric series formula to a structured savings plan.

 In this lesson, students analyze two rich soliloquies that include Claudius’s confession to the murder and Hamlet’s decision to delay killing Claudius until a “more horrid” time. Students engage in a...

 Student Outcomes Students use geometric series to calculate how much money should be saved each month to have 1 million in assets within a specified amount of time.

 In this lesson students read Ophelia’s monologue on Hamlet’s madness Act 3.1, lines 163–175. Directly following this reading and analysis, students compose a Quick Write about Ophelia’s perspective...

 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 read a passage in which the characters gather at Ophelia’s grave, focusing on how the setting impacts other elements of the drama. Students then determine how the scene...

 Student Outcomes Students draw a smooth curve that could be used as a model for a given data distribution. Students recognize when it is reasonable and when it is not reasonable to use a normal curve...

 In this lesson students read Act 3.1, lines 131–162, the conclusion of the dialogue between Hamlet and Ophelia. Students read and discuss the dialogue in pairs, focusing on the development of Ophelia...

 Student Outcomes Students distinguish between observational studies, surveys and experiments. Students explain why random selection is an important consideration in observational studies and surveys...

 In this lesson, students use annotation to focus on central ideas they encounter in Hamlet’s last soliloquy (Hamlet, Act 4.4, lines 34–69). This lesson requires students to analyze central ideas as...

 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 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 graph the functions f(x) = log(x), g(x) = log2(x), and h(x) = ln(x) by hand and identify key features of the graphs of logarithmic functions.

 Student Outcomes Students differentiate between a population and a sample. Students differentiate between a population characteristic and a sample statistic. Students recognize statistical questions...

 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...

 Student Outcomes Students calculate z scores. Students use technology and tables to estimate the area under a normal curve. Students interpret probabilities in context.