# Jacob Nazeck

Algebra II
106 Lessons
Ridgeview Classical Charter Schools
Fort Collins, CO
Student Environment:
Suburban
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## Algebra II

(10 Units, 106 Lessons)

#### 1. What is Algebra?

Big Idea: Algebra is built on axioms and definitions and relies on proofs just as much as geometry.
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#### 2. The Music Shop Model, Day 1 of 2

Big Idea: A system of inequalities is used to model a business situation that requires students to balance various cost constraints.
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#### 3. The Music Shop Model, Day 2 of 2

Big Idea: Students discover how a mathematical model can help them make sense of the complex problem of opening a small business.
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#### 4. Letters & Postcards, Day 1 of 2

Big Idea: Linear systems are useful mathematical models for situations with a several of constraints. Time is money!
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#### 5. Letters & Postcards, Day 2 of 2

Big Idea: Systems are useful mathematical models for situations with a several of constraints. Time is money!
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Big Idea: By writing their own modeling problem, students deepen their understanding of the kind of problem that may be solved with linear programming.
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#### 7. What Goes Up, Day 1 of 3

Big Idea: Projectile motion provides context for average rates of change in the context of velocity and acceleration. What goes up...
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#### 8. What Goes Up, Day 2 of 3

Big Idea: Projectile motion provides context for average rates of change in the context of velocity and acceleration. What goes up, must come down!
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#### 9. What Goes Up, Day 3 of 3

Big Idea: Modeling projectile motion provides an opportunity to make use of the structure of a quadratic equation.
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#### 10. The Constant Area Model, Day 1 of 3

Big Idea: An algebraic model reveals interesting aspects of a geometric situation we might not see otherwise.
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#### 11. The Constant Area Model, Day 2 of 3

Big Idea: Symmetric points on a graph reveal a deeper connection between the length, width, and perimeter of a tiger's pen that can be modeled with a new equation.
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#### 12. The Constant Area Model, Day 3 of 3

Big Idea: Geometric relationships in the real-world can be modeled with quadratic functions whose solutions can be found through tables, graphs, and quadratics in factored form.
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#### 13. Practice & Review, Day 1 of 2

Big Idea: Practice makes perfect! Students make use of the structure of problems to solve them with reference to previous modeling problems.
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#### 14. Practice & Review, Day 2 of 2

Big Idea: Practice makes perfect! Students make use of the structure of problems to solve them with reference to previous modeling problems.
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#### 15. Unit Test

Big Idea: This is your opportunity to show me how much you've learned!
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