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  1. Absolute Value - Absolute is the distance from the number to zero on the number line; it is always positive or zero.
  2. Add and Subtract Integers - Identify positive and negative integers on a number line.
  3. Adding Decimals - Students will be able to use computation skills to add decimals for the correct sum.
  4. Addition with Negative Numbers - To be able to add positive and negative numbers together.
  5. Anti-Differentiation -
  6. Calculating Hourly Wages - Students will learn the proper way to calculate hourly wages including taxes,and tips, etc.
  7. Coordinate Graphs with y-intercept - After graphing lines students will find ordered pairs which cross the y & x axis.
  8. Completing the Square - Quadratic functions and solving them using completing the square.
  9. Complex Numbers - Students learn about imaginary numbers, and more broadly, complex numbers.
  10. Congruent Triangles - Students will identify congruent triangles using SSS, SAS or ASA theorems.
  11. Counting Principles and Probability - Probability is the relative likelihood that an event will occur.
  12. Distance and Midpoint - Students wills be able to identify which formula to use, distance/midpoint formula, to solve each word problem.
  13. Dividing Rational Expressions - Students will gain confidence in preexisting skills (dividing fractions and factoring polynomials) as a result of combining prior knowledge to form a new skill (diving rational algebraic expressions).
  14. Exploring Parabolas - When students finish this lesson they will know what the values a,h, and k do in the formula y = a(x-h)+k.
  15. Extreme values of functions - Find the absolute maximum, minimum values of a function.
  16. Factoring by Grouping - Each student will understand that there are other ways to factor polynomials.
  17. FOIL Method - For students to successfully retain and use the foil method to expand two binomials.
  18. Function Operations - To show students how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide two different functions or a function to itself.
  19. Geometry Transformations - Students will understand the concepts of reflection and translation as transformations of points, lines and objects.
  20. Graphs of Rational Functions - Review and demonstrate the characteristics of the graphs of rational functions.
  21. How do you measure a circle? - Students will be able to identify and measure a circles circumference, diameter, radius, and area.
  22. Income Tax - Students should understand and identify different types of taxes.
  23. Intro to Slope - Given a line on a coordinate plane,students will identify the type of slope of the line.
  24. Introduction to Radicals - Students will be able to complete the KWL and List-Group-Label worksheets in a timely fashion.
  25. Introduction to Solving Equations - The goal of this lesson is for all students to be able to solve linear equations using addition and subtraction.
  26. Inverse Functions - Have students be able to describe the steps for finding the inverse of a relation.
  27. Factoring Polynomials - For students to learn how to factor successfully difference of two squares, perfect square trinomials, and difference of two cubes.
  28. Factoring Special Polynomials - Students will understand the fundamentals of factoring and apply them to special polynomials.
  29. Fractions & Line Graphs - Students will be able to understand, represent, and use numbers in a variety of equivalent forms.
  30. Frequency Tables/Histograms - Students will learn to organize data in the form of graphs and tables. Students will learn to interpret data from graphs.
  31. Graphing Equations - Students will identify linear equations and graph them using 2-3 coordinate points.
  32. Linear relationships that model real world situations - Students will review prior knowledge to recognize,graph and solve linear equations.
  33. Making Change As A Cashier - Calculating change given a specified purchase and given the amount of money handed to the cashier.
  34. Math - Moderate Program - The students will learn to enter data into the calculator with minimal assistance.
  35. Math: Multiplying Polynomials - To learn how to Multiply Polynomials big or small.
  36. Math Program of Studies K-12 - To teach non-major students about the Math curriculum in meaningful and fun way.
  37. Money Management - Students will be able to gain an understanding of Budgets, saving and life choices through basic math.
  38. Multiplying Binomials with F.O.I.L - To learn the basic concept of algebra and properties like associative, commutative and distributive in and algebraic expression.
  39. Multiplying and Dividing Radicals - To teach students how to multiply and divide radical expressions.
  40. Multiplying Polynomials - Students will learn how to multiply polynomials using Distributive Properties and the FOIL method.
  41. Multiplying Variables w/ Exponents - Students will learn that when variables are the same and being multiplied, the exponents should be added. ie x^2*x^5=x^7.
  42. Overview for Families of Graphs - The students will be a to identify the different types of parent graphs and different transformations.
  43. Natural Logarithms - To show students what natural logarithms are.
  44. Percentages in Money - How percentages are used in the various daily exchanges of money.
  45. Place Value Up To 6 Digits - Multiplying a number by ten shifts all the digits in a number to the left one digit and adds a zero onto the end of the number.
  46. Polynomial Functions - To introduce or reintroduce students to polynomial functions.
  47. Polynomials and Linear Factor - Students get practice at writing polynomials in standard form, i.e. moving from factored form to standard form.
  48. Probability Distributions - Student will learn how to make a frequency table and use it to find probabilities.
  49. Problem-solving Strategies and Group Building - Students should be able to do this several times using different thinking skill sets.
  50. Proving Triangle Congruency - Triangle congruency is proven through the use of one of five postulate and theorems available
  51. Rational Exponents - Show students what rational exponents are, and their relationship to radical expressions.
  52. Rational Expressions - To show students how to add and subtract rational expressions.
  53. Related Rates - Related rates are when you compute the rate of change of one quantity in terms of the rate of change of another quantity.
  54. Relations and Functions - To Determine whether a relation is a function.
  55. Roots of Polynomial Equations - Show students the rational root theorem and how and when to use it.
  56. Scientific Notation - Estimate, compute and solve problems involving scientific notation, square roots and numbers with integer exponents.
  57. Simplifying and Solving Equations - Extrapolate a requested data point for a given scatter plot, determine the equation of a line, given two points on the line or the slope of a line and point of a line.
  58. Solving Equations and Inequalities Using Different Methods - We look at a wide range of options.
  59. Solving Systems of Equations (Gr) - The learner will solve systems of equations by graphing linear equations.
  60. Solving Polynomial Equations - Teach students how to solve polynomial equations by graphing, using sum and difference of cubes, using the quadratic formula,using a quadratic form, and factoring.
  61. Solving Quadratic Equations - Students will understand what their answers mean and the different possible types of answers we can have.
  62. Solving Radical Equations - In the first day, the goal is to show students how to solve equations with rational exponents and/or radicals. T
  63. Solving Rational Equations - To teach students how to solve complex fractions and/or rational equations.
  64. Surface Area of Geometric Shapes - In this unit, students will apply their knowledge of area of common geometric figures to determine the surface area of a common space figure.
  65. Surfing Mathematics - The mathematical subject matter covered in this lesson is a review of chapters taught to this point.
  66. Trigonometric Functions - My students will know how to find the sine, cosine, and tangent of right triangles using the sides of the triangle.
  67. The Quadratic Formula - Students will understand that the quadratic formula is not some random formula.
  68. Variables on both Sides - Balancing equations, isolating a variable, combining like terms, and manipulating both sides of an equation algebraically.
  69. Working with Polygons - The students will be able to identify and describe Polygons using the Geoboard and manipulatives to a partner.
  70. Working the Word Problem - To read a problem and extract key information in order to answer a question. Solve word problems.
  71. Writing Algebraic Expressions - Vocabulary variables algebraic expression factors product power base exponent evaluate.

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