IMPORTANT: THE STUDENTS WILL BE HAVING THEIR FINAL CULMINATING/PERFORMANCE TASK ON THUR JAN 15. THIS WILL ONLY BE 1 PERIOD AND IS WORTH 9% OF THE STUDENTS’ FINAL GRADE IN THE COURSE. I MENTIONED TO THE STUDENTS THAT THE CULMINATING TASK WILL CONSIST OF ONLY THINKING & INQUIRY QUESTIONS. STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN 4 QUESTIONS AND WILL HAVE TO DO 3.
I began the class today by going over the lesson we did yesterday for those students that were away from class (I did this on the digital projector). After going over yesterday’s lesson, I then told the students that I would be doing 2 lessons today because they were related. The titled of today’s lesson was “Transformations of the Sine Functions f(x)= asin(x – c) + d or y = asin(x – c) + d”. I first reviewed some key concepts from the previous 2 lessons before moving on to the new concepts doing. I went over some definitions before giving the students an example to help them with today’s homework (Page 365 #1 to 4 and Page 373 #1 to 4). I will take up any questions the students have at the start of tomorrow’s class or students can email me directly if they have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.
Jan 5 – Lesson – 6.3 Investigating the Sine Function (this was the lesson we did yesterday which I reviewed with the students on the digital projector at the start of class today)
Jan 6 – Lesson – Transformations of the Sine Functions f(x)= asin(x – c) + d or y = asin(x – c) + d