In Algebra II studentswill use a student’s mathematical foundations in Algebra I to develop an understanding ofhigher-order concepts, functions, transformations, and systems.Knowledge of these concepts will be explored through multiple methods (e.g. graphically, verbally, algebraically, experimentally, etc.).Additionally, the student will explore making connections between these different methods and applying them to real world situations through the use of technology.
Geometry Course Information
Below you will find links to my Geometry 2011-12course syllabus, discipline plan, class rules, and course description.Enjoy!:0)
Geometry is the study of classical Euclidean geometry. This study includes instruction in lines and segments, angles and parallel lines, congruent and similar triangles, proportions in triangles, arcs and segments of circles, right triangles, areas and volumes of geometric figures, properties of quadrilaterals, and constructions.Technology and manipulatives are incorporated to supplement the learning of geometric concepts.