Download the Class Syllabus Here DeltaMath: www.deltamath.com This is a site that we will use for homework throughout the semester.
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PupilPath: https://pupilpath.skedula.comThis is our online gradebook. Open for business 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Check your grades, see how your attendance is going, see if you missed a Word Wall word in our class glossary.... find out how you doing! If you have not logged onto this yet, ask me for a temporary password. Parents - you can get a password and see the same thing you child can see! A fun way to study vocabulary! Our class set of Flashcards. To fully understand the mathematics we will learn here, it is crucial that we develop a precise language that we use when discussing problems. create Flashcards for our class deck and then use them to study for Tests and Quizzes. Desmos Calculator: https://www.desmos.com/calculatorBeautiful, free online calculator. Simple to use and even simpler for comparing functions so by side. Highly recommended! RegentsPrep Algebra 2 and Trigonometry: http://www.regentsprep.org/Regents/math/algtrig/math-ALGTRIG.HTMThoughtful and thorough explanations on every topic that could possibly be on the Regents exam. Includes examples and exercise. Three full-length exams, which you can take online or download and print, are directly on the site.Algebra 2/Trig AMSCO Textbook: http://jmap.org/JMAP_ALGEBRA_2_AND_TRIGONOMETRY_AMSCO_RESOURCES.htmOur entire 'take-home' textbook is available here in crystal-clear PDF. Chapters are listed separately and can be downloaded as you scroll down the page.
Geogebra: www.geogebra.org Incredibly useful website with free software for exploring mathematics and worksheets that look allow you to delve deeper into topics that we discuss in the class.
Khan Academy: http://www.khanacademy.orgLessons on nearly everything! And practice modules. Missed a lesson? Chances are, you can find a comparable one here! Forgot how to do something in Algebra 1 (like multiply negative numbers or add fractions)? You can definitely find a lesson and practice problems here. |