__Content Standards and Benchmarks:__

I,1,4: Explore patterns
(graphic, numeric, etc.) characteristic of families of functions; explore structural patterns within systems of objects, operations
or relations.

III, 2, 2: Locate
and describe objects in terms of their orientation and relative position, including displacement (vectors), phase shift, maxima,
minima, and inflection points; give precise mathematical descriptions of symmetries.

__Objective:__

After taking the quiz the day before and reviewing it as
a class, students will see what information they did not know for the quiz and will know what they need to study more for
the retake quiz on Monday.

After
having a class discussion regarding study habits, classroom participation, and homework, students will have a better understanding
of what is expected of them for this class and will also be informed that they will now have homework quizzes.

__Anticipatory Set:__

Alma College:

Biology 121: 75 studentsà50 (66%) studentsà 28 (37%)

Calculus 122: 50 studentsà32 (64%) students à 26 (52%)

Michigan
State University:

Physics 133: 1100 studentsà 600 (55%) studentsà 450 (41%)

Calculus 131:1600 studentsà 700 studnets (44%)à 400 (25%)

Emphasize
the importance of good study habits, preparing for the next

class period, going to class, and paying attention in class.

Emphasize
that I am trying to prepare students for college and life;

that I have their best interests at heart. I will always be here to help.

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__Review Quiz__:

Ø Explain what type of problem each problem was

1. Chunking, algebra

2. Review, algebra

3. Chunking, algebra

4. Graph Standardization Theorem

5. Chunking, algebra

6. Graph Standardization Theorem

Ø Do each problem so students can see what their mistakes
were.

__Assignment:__ Study for retake quiz on Monday. Lesson 3-9 is due on Tuesday, be ready for the homework quiz.

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__Closure:__

Ø Remind students about quiz Monday.

Ø Tell them objectives to be covered

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Find ALL zeros of a function
USING ALGEBRA

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Use chunking to solve complicated
looking problems

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Convert x-y form of equationàparametric form (and vice

versa)

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Apply Transformations to functions
in x-y and x,y,t

Ø Give them tips for success

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Find ALL solutions, remember
to handle oscillation of trig

Functions

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Use calculators to assist you,
not to find the answer

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Know definitions, theorems, properties,
and

laws from the lessons