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DATE OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY

FIRST QUARTER
June 17 HALF DAY (ORIENTATION)
June 18  Observes and generalizes a pattern Subject Orientation: Rules and Requirements, Activity: Short game (Show puzzles that has
 Define and illustrate a sequence and some types of Introduction of each student (20 mins) sequence and series)
sequences
Discussion:
 Introduction: What is a sequence
 Special Sequence: Fibonacci Sequence
 Sequence as a Function
 Finite and Infinite Sequence
Exercise PPT (5 minutes)
 Generating the first terms given the
general term of the sequence
Exercise SCM p. 11 Test A - B (15 mins.) Worksheet 1.1 A - B
Worksheet 1.1 C – D (next meeting)
June 19  Finding the general nth term of a sequence Discussion: Activity: Game is by group (Series Charades)
 Partial Sums and infinite series  Recall
 Summation Notation  Finding the general term given the SEQUENCES and SERIES (game)
specific terms Form two groups. In the group, someone is
Exercises SCM p. 11 Test C (Book - 15 asked to make up a formula for a n without
mins) showing it to the other members. This same
 Introduction: Partial Sums and Infinite person writes out the terms of the sequence one
Series at a time to be seen by all members. After each
 Expanding expressions involving the term is written everyone is asked what the next
summation notation term would be. When the succeeding terms are
Exercises SCM p. 12 Test E, F and A (Book repeatedly guessed correctly, asked someone to
– 20 mins) identify a n .
 Writing expanded notations in
summation notation Assignment: p. 13 – 14 Test C
Exercises SCM p. 12-13 (15 mins) Worksheet 1.2 (the following meeting)


June 22  Define , illustrate and graph an arithmetic sequence Discussion:
 Gives examples of arithmetic sequence  Show problems involving arithmetic Think-Pair-Share
sequence
 Definition of arithmetic sequence (term: SCM page 24 Test A (Oral)
common difference)
 General equation for the nth term of any
arithmetic sequence
 Finding the general term using the terms
of the sequence
 Finding the general terms using other
terms (not 1st term) and the common
difference
 Exercises SCM p 24 Test B - C

June 23  Finding a term of an arithmetic sequence including Discussion:


the nth general term  Finding the common difference Individual Exercises (SCM p. 25 Test D – E)
 Finding the number of terms SCM p. 25 F (Oral recitation)
 Finding other terms given the nth term
and common difference
June 24  Finding a term of an arithmetic sequence including
the nth general term (continuation and SW) Boardwork (GAME)

Worksheet 1.3 A and C

Pair activity: Formula for the sum of arithmetic


sequence

June 25  Find the sum of terms of an arithmetic sequence Discussion


 Recall: sum of arithmetic sequence
 Exercises SCM p 26 A – B (1 – 6)
 Word Problems
 Exercises SCM p 26 – 27 B (7 – 15) Assignment: SCM p. 28 (16 – 20)
Worksheet 1.3 B and D (next meeting)
June 26 PRODUCT and PERFORMANCE TASK 1 Activity 1 (by three’s)

June 29  Define, illustrate, and graph a geometric sequences


 Gives examples of geometric sequence Discussion
 Defining geometric sequence Oral recitation
 Identifying the common ratio
 Identifying if a sequence is geometric or
not
 Exercises SCM p 39 Test A - B
June 30 QUIZZES/ ALLOWANCE DAYS
July 1  Finds a term of a geometric sequences including the
nth general term Discussion
 Finds an equation for the general term Think, Pair and Share
of the sequence
 Finds nth term of the sequence using
the general nth term formula
 Finding the common ratio given nth
term and first term
 Finding the partial sum of a geometric
sequence
 Exercises SCM p. 39 Test C – D and PPT
July 2  Finds a term of a geometric sequences including the Board work (PPT)
nth general term (continuation and SW)
Continuation of Individual exercises

Worksheet 1.4
July 3  Differentiate arithmetic and geometric sequence Activity: Group Game (classifying a sequence as
 Differentiate finite and infinite geometric sequence Discussion: finite, infinite, geometric or arithmetic)
 Recall: difference of arithmetic and
geometric sequence
 Difference of finite and infinite sequence
 Difference of a sequence and a series


July 6  Differentiate finite and infinite geometric sequence
(continuation) Discussion: Game (by group)
 Some applications  Convergent and divergent series
 Getting the sum of a convergent infinite
geometric series
 Provide examples of word problems
involving sequences and series Assignment: SCM p. 49 Test A
 Exercise SCM p. 48-49 Warm-up Practice
July 7 QUIZZES/ ALLOWANCE DAYS
July 8  More applications involving arithmetic and geometric Game (continuation)
sequences and series Provided by Teacher (Word Problems)
Worksheet 1.5 A - B (infinite series)
July 9  Harmonic and Fibonacci Sequence Short video (Fibonacci sequence)
Discussion of Harmonic Sequence
Exercise SCM p. 55 - 56 Worksheet 1.5 C (applications)
Worksheet 1.6

July 10  The Binomial Theorem Discussion


 Patterns in binomial expansions Exercise SCM p. 64 Test A and B
 Factorial notation and binomial
coefficients Assignment: SCM p. 65 Test D

July 13  The Binomial Theorem Check the assignment and discuss.


Binomial expansion activity (refer to Sequences
and Series ACT no grade file)

Exercise SCM p. 65 – 66 PowerPlus


July 14 QUIZZES/ALLOWANCE DAYS
July 15  The Binomial Theorem
Worksheet 1.7 and New topic

July 16 PRODUCT and PERFORMANCE TASK 2 Activity 2 and 3


July 17  Defines and describes polynomial functions Discussion Game (crossword puzzle) by group
 Differentiates polynomial functions and polynomial  Recall of Terms: monomial, binomial,
expressions polynomial, degree, coefficient, constant
 Definition of polynomial expression Worksheet 2.1 A and B
 Identifying in an expression is a
polynomial expression or not
 Exercises PPT
July 20  Defines and describes polynomial functions Discussion
 Differentiates polynomial functions and polynomial  Definition of polynomial function Activity
expressions  Defining the constant term, leading
term, leading coefficient Worksheet 2.1 C – D
 Expressions and function
 Exercise SCM p. 83 Test A and B

July 21 QUIZZES/ ALLOWANCE DAYS


July 22  Recognizes and gives examples of polynomial GAME (review: important things to remember
functions about linear and quadratic functions)
 Recognizes that linear and quadratic functions are Board work
polynomial functions Individual exercises PPT or extra worksheets
July 23  Recalls how to perform operations on polynomial GAME
function Worksheet 2.2 A – B

July 24  describes, illustrates and performs the synthetic Discussion


division process for dividing polynomial expressions  Long division method: polynomial by
by a binomial binomial
 Show examples
 Exercises separate sheet (problems in
the book are advance)

July 27  describes, illustrates and performs the synthetic Discussion


division process for dividing polynomial expressions  Step by step synthetic division process
by a binomial  Show examples.
 Individual exercises PPT
July 28 QUIZZES/ ALLOWANCE DAYS
July 29  describes, illustrates and performs the synthetic Board work (game)
division process for dividing polynomial expressions Worksheet 2.2 C – D
by a binomial
July 30  states the remainder theorem and provides a proof Discussion:
of the theorem  Short history Discussion
 Oral recitation of the remainder Exercise SCM p. 94 Test B and PPT
theorem (not graded)
 Prove the remainder theorem
July 31  states the factor theorem and provides a proof of the Discussion: Worksheet 2.3
theorem  Show problems involving division of
polynomials
 State the remainder theorem.
 Using substitution to get the remainder
 Using synthetic division to evaluate
functions
 State the Factor theorem
 Exercises SCM p. 94-95, A and C and Assignment: SCM p. 96 Test D
PowerPlus

Aug 3  continuation of factor theorem and remainder Board work


theorem
Worksheet 2.4
Aug 4  factors polynomial expressions using synthetic Discussion: GAME (by groups factoring using special
division, factor theorem, and remainder theorem  recall: factoring quadratic expressions, products)
what do you mean by factoring
 factoring (synthetic)
Aug 5  factors polynomial expressions using synthetic Exercises PPT
division, factor theorem, and remainder theorem  Factoring by factor theorem and
remainder theorem
Worksheet 2.5
Assignment by Group: Research about an
historical event related to Polynomials and make
a short skit about it. (*tentative depends on the
flow of discussion)
Aug 6  Real Zeros of a Polynomial (**this last topic is just Discussion: Presentation of Skits
tentative for this quarter.. just in case they’ll finish  Meaning of zeros of a polynomial
early, I will continue until this and graphing)  Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
 Rational zero theorem
 Descartes’s Rule of Signs
 Upper and Lower Bound
 Applications
Aug 7 QUIZZES/ ALLOWANCE DAYS

Aug 10 PRODUCT and PERFORMANCE TASK 3 Activity 4


Aug 11 PRODUCT and PERFORMANCE TASK 3 Another project (**none yet)
Aug 12 ALLOWANCE DAY/REVIEW
Aug 13 ALLOWANCE DAY/REVIEW
Aug 14 ALLOWANCE DAY/REVIEW

Aug 17 EXAM
Aug 18 EXAM
Aug 19 QC DAY (NO CLASSES)
Aug 20 EXAM
Aug 21 NINOY AQUINO DAY

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