• Chapter 7 Reteach and Review Assignments

Week of 3/23 – 3/29

Lesson 7.1 March 23-24 (Block Day #1):

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.1. Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples.
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.1.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that were assigned.
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.1. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 7.2 March 25-26 (Block Day #2):

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.2. Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples.
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.2.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned.
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.2. Be sure to get > 75%.
5. Do the 7.2 lesson quiz (Read each question carefully, you only get 1 attempt on this).

Lesson 7.3 (Block Day #3) Do the assignments in the following order – quiz last:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.3. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.3.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of perpendicular bisectors).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.3. Be sure to get > 75%.
5. Do the 7.3 lesson quiz (Read each question carefully, you only get 1 attempt on this).

Week of 4/6 – 4/12

Lesson 7.4 (Block Day #4) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.4. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain what a circumcenter and an incenter of a triangle are.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.4.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of what an incenter and circumcenter are).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.4. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 7.5 (Block Day #5) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.5. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain a median and an orthocenter of a triangle. Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.5.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of a median in a triangle).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.5. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 7.6 (Block Day #6) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.6. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explains the relationships of the angles and opposite sides in a triangle. It also discusses the triangle inequality theorem. Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.6.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of the relationships of the angles and opposite sides in a triangle and the triangle inequality theorem).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.6. Be sure to get > 75%.

Week of 4/13 – 4/19

Lesson 7.7 (Block Day #7) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 7.7. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explains the Hinge Theorem.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the vocabulary, theorems, postulates and examples
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 7.7.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of the Hinge Theorem).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 7.7. Be sure to get > 75%.

Chapter 7 Test Retake (Block Day #8) Read the following instructions carefully:

1. You must finish all the Distance Learning assignments from 7.1 -7.7 before you can retake the Chapter 7 test (no exceptions).
3. Read each question carefully, some questions are “select all that apply” which means there can be more than 1 answer.
4. You will have only 1 chance at each question so analyze carefully. Make sure to submit the test when completed.
5. You must complete the test on the day that it is assigned otherwise it will be voided and won’t count.
6. Since this is a retake, I will average the retake test with the original test. If the retake is lower than the original, I will keep the original score and not do an average (so basically your grade can’t go down). If the retake is greater than 70% but the average is less than 70%, I will give you 70% as your grade on the test.
7. Your grades should go up if you do decent on this test. If you want this test retake to be reflected on your next Progress Report, you need to have it completed by Thurs. 4/16. Good luck.

Chapter 9 Reteach and Review Assignments

Week of 4/20 – 4/26

Lesson 9.1 (Block Day #9) Do the assignments in the following order:

• Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.1. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain the concept of a dilation and how it relates to triangle similarity.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
• Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.1.
• Watch the 9.1 Example 1 and the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of dilations and scale factor).
• Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 9.1. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 9.2 (Block Day #10) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.2. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain the concept of similarity transformations.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.2.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of similarity transformations).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 9.2. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 9.3 (Block Day #11) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.3. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to prove triangle similarity.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.3.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to prove triangles similar).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 9.3. Be sure to get > 75%.

Week of 4/27 – 5/3

Lesson 9.4 (Block Day #12) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.4. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to find the geometric mean of similar right triangles.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.4.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to find the geometric mean of similar right triangles). Analyze 9.4 Ex. 3, 9.4 Ex. 4, 9.4 Ex. 5.
4. Do the assigned reteach and Practice and Problem Solving Revised for lesson 9.4. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 9.5 (Block Day #13) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.5. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to set up proportions with parallel lines and transversals.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.5.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of the triangle midsegment theorem and the triangle angle bisector theorem).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 9.5. Be sure to get > 75%.

Optional - Chap. 9 Quiz Retake (9.1-9.5) Read Instructions below:

1. You must finish all the Distance Learning assignments from 9.1 -9.5 before you can retake the Chapter 9 quiz (no exceptions).
2. Since this is an optional assignment, you must send Mr. Ray an email at rray@murrieta.k12.ca.us in order for me to send you this quiz retake.
4. Read each question carefully, some questions are “select all that apply” which means there can be more than 1 answer.
5. You will have only 1 chance at each question so analyze carefully. Make sure to submit the quiz when completed.
6. Since this is a retake, I will average the retake quiz with the original quiz. If the retake is lower than the original, I will keep the original score and not do an average (so basically your grade can’t go down). If the retake is greater than 70% but the average is less than 70%, I will give you 70% as your grade on the quiz.

Week of 5/4 – 5/10

Lesson 9.6 (Block Day #14) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.6. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain the Pythagorean theorem and special right triangles.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and analyze my notes for lesson 9.6.
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of the 45-45-90 triangles and 30-60-90 triangles).
4. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 9.6. Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 9.7 - Part 1 (Block Day #15) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.7. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain Trigonometric Ratios.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my Trig. Ratios Part 1 notes - click link below (https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/cms/lib/CA01000508/Centricity/Domain/2668/Trigonometric%20Ratios%20Notes%20-%20%20Part%201.pdf) for lesson 9.7
3. Watch the Virtual Nerd video – “What are Trigonometric Ratios” and the following Khan Academy Video link: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/trigonometry/trigonometry-right-triangles/trig-solve-for-a-side/v/example-trig-to-solve-the-sides-and-angles-of-a-right-triangle

(Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of Trigonometric Ratios).

1. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems: 9.7 Example 2, 9.7 Example 3, 9.7 Example 4.
2. Do the assigned Reteach and Additional Assignment Part 1 for lesson 9.7. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding. Be sure to get > 75%.

Week of 5/11 – 5/17

Lesson 9.7 - Part 2 (Block Day #16) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 9.7. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain Inverse Trigonometric Ratios.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples, vocabulary, theorems, and postulates
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my Trig. Ratios Part 2 notes - click link below
1. Carefully watch the following You Tube video about Inverse Trigonometric Ratios (shows how to use Trig. Ratios to find missing angles in a right triangle) – click link below:

1. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems: 9.7 Example 5.
2. Do the assigned Practice and Problem - Solving Inverse Trig. Problems and Additional Assignment Inverse Trig. for lesson 9.7. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding. Be sure to get > 75%.

Factoring Polynomials Reteach and Review Assignments

Lesson 2.4 (Block Day #17) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 2.4. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to factor out the GCF of a polynomial.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples and vocabulary.
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my lesson 2.4 notes - click link below:

https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/cms/lib/CA01000508/Centricity/Domain/2668/2.4%20Math%202%20Notes.pdf

1. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to factor the GCF from a polynomial).
2. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems: 2.4 Example 1, 2, Additional Example 2.
3. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 2.4. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding.  Be sure to get > 75%.

Week of 5/18 – 5/24

Lesson 2.5 (Block Day #18) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 2.5. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to factor trinomial.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples and vocabulary
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my lesson 2.5 notes to review how to use the diamond method to factor trinomials - click link below:

https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/cms/lib/CA01000508/Centricity/Domain/2668/2.5%20Math%202%20Notes.pdf

1. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to factor trinomials).
2. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems: 2.5 Example 1, 2, 3, Additional Example 3, 4.
3. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 2.5. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding.  Be sure to get > 75%.

Lesson 2.6 (Block Day #19) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 2.6. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to factor trinomials where the “a” value isn’t 1.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples and vocabulary
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my lesson 2.6 notes to review how to use the diamond method to factor trinomials where the “a” value isn’t 1 - click link below:

https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/cms/lib/CA01000508/Centricity/Domain/2668/2.6%20Math%202%20Notes.pdf

1. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to factor trinomials where the “a” value isn’t 1).
2. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems (use diamond method): 2.6 Example 1, Additional Example 1, 2, Additional Example 2, 3.
3. Do the assigned reteach and additional assignments for lesson 2.6. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding.  Be sure to get > 75%.

Week of 5/18 – 5/31 (Last Assignment)

Graphing and Solving Quadratic Functions Reteach and Review Assignments

Lesson 4.1, 4.2 (Block Day #20, 21) Do the assignments in the following order:

1. Go to your Pearson E-book (preferred) or hardcopy and analyze lesson 4.1and 4.2. The E-book has excellent interactive diagrams that explain how to graph and solve quadratic functions.  Analyze your E-book carefully for a good understanding.  Look carefully at the examples and vocabulary
2. Go to Ray’s website (Mesa Schoolwires) and carefully analyze my lesson 4.1, 4.2 notes to review how to use graph and solve quadratic functions - click link below:

https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/cms/lib/CA01000508/Centricity/Domain/2668/4.1%20and%204.2%20Math%202%20Notes.pdf

1. Watch the Virtual Nerd video(s) that are assigned: 4.1 - How do you solve quadratic equation by graphing, 4.2 – Zero Product Property (Watch these carefully – they will give you a good understanding of how to graph and solve quadratic functions.
2. Do the following Pearson examples and practice problems: 4.1 Example 1, 4.2 Example 1, 4.2 Example 2, 4.2 Example 4,
3. Do the assigned 4.1 Practice and Problem Solving – Distance Learning, 4.2 Practice and Problem Solving – Distance Learning. If you get the problem wrong, be sure to use the “Question Help” feature to get more understanding.  Be sure to get > 75%.

Note:  The last day to turn in all Distance Learning Assignments is 6/3/20 (no exceptions).  Remember, if you have completed all the Distance Learning Assignments with a respectable grade, you will get a grade bump (10% increase to current grade or if you have any F, you will get a D).