We are in Week 3 of Distance Learning 2.0. Please review the general schedule for our weekly schedule here. Details for this week follow:
Monday Assignment – Work due Thursday
Watch the video for InCA Lesson 6.3 (Trigonometry) – Law of Sines. As with last week’s video, this video is hosted on edPuzzle, which you’ll need to log in to in order to access. Please log in with your ICSD Google Account.
If you’re able to print notes, you can find a copy of Ms. Alexander’s problems here. Otherwise, copy the examples and notes into your notebook.
Completion of the video/notes in edPuzzle and submission of the first problem set are worth 4 points each in SchoolTool. They are due by 2:00 on Wednesday, 4/29. Send a picture or scan of your completed work (I recommend the app TurboScan) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will have our Virtual Classroom on Zoom from 1:00 to 2:00 today. Details will be posted separately and will be sent to you by email. Attendance to the Virtual Classroom is optional, however please prewatch the video above BEFORE ATTENDING this virtual classroom session.
- Welcome/check in
- Questions about Monday’s introductory lesson
- Guided/supervised practice problems
Wednesday Assignment – Work due Monday
Your next graded DESMOS ASSIGNMENT, can be found here (student code 7VAKW4). Be sure to click the Sign in with Google button to connect your answers to your ICSD account. Pay attention to the feedback the activity gives you, and I’ll leave you some feedback as well.
Completing this activity is due on Monday, 5/4 at 2:00 pm, and will be worth 10 points. A -1 point penalty will be imposed for late work. The last question of the assignment is “extra credit.” Complete it correctly for an extra point!
I will be hosting office hours today from 2:00 to 4:00. You can sign up here.
Thursday Assignment – Work due Monday
Monday’s Notes + Video and Problem Set 1 are due at 2:00 today (4 points each). Send a picture or scan of your completed work (I recommend the app TurboScan) to email@example.com
PROBLEM SET 2 for this week can be found here (as a Google Form) or here (as a PDF download). Submit your answers to this and to your Desmos activity by Monday, 5/4 at 2:00 pm. You must obtain a minimum score of seven out of 10 points to receive credit, but your grade will not be based on how many points you get (just whether or not you made that cutoff). If you submit via the Google Form, the form will tell you which answers were right or wrong, and should give you an option to go back and revise as needed to reach the target score.
Reaching the target score on this assignment worth 8 points in SchoolTool. Submitting the work but not reaching the target score is worth 6 points. A -1 point penalty will be imposed for late work.
Wednesday’s Desmos Lesson and Thursday’s Problem Set 2 are due at 2:00 pm on Monday the 4th of May. For the problem set, send a picture or scan of your completed work (I recommend the app TurboScan) to firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be hosting office hours on Fridays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. You can sign up here.
- Lesson 6.1 & 6.2 – I am still accepting work from Lessons 6.1 and 6.2. Find the full details of each lesson here (6.1) and here (6.2). You can still submit this work for late credit.
- Unit 1, 2, and 5 Review: You can still access (and submit!) the Unit 1, 2, and 5 review work posted in the last two weeks.
- Suggested Additional IXL Review: I recommend you log in to IXL (see the Course FAQ page for log-in instructions), and work on any of the starred modules, but especially the following (click these links after logging in, or search for the three-character code in the search bar at the top):