Welcome to the Math 3 Wiki!!!
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This wiki can be your home base for everything you need this year to help your students succeed in Math 3! Curriculum Guides, Resources, and Instructional Support are all available. Also, you can add your own to help everyone out!

Pacing/UnitsYou can find a SAMPLE pacing calendar, developed by the 20 teachers at the Summer Institute, under Instructional Support. Again, this is only a SAMPLE - feel free to adjust, but make sure you cover the standards! The broad units are:
FOR SPRING 2014, WE HAVE ADDED A UNIT 0 QUADRATICS UNIT. AT WEST MECK, WE HAVE DECIDED TO DISSOLVE THIS UNIT INTO THE OTHERS. IF SOME PLC'S DECIDE TO TEACH QUADRATICS IN THEIR OWN UNIT, YOU WILL NEED TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS BY CUTTING TIME OFF OTHER UNITS (PROBABLY UNITS 1 AND 2, WHERE MOST OF THE QUADRATIC OBJECTIVES ARE USED).


Algebra 2
Suggested Pacing
Intro
Factoring/Polynomial Operations
3 days
Unit 1
Polynomials/Rationals
14 days
Unit 2
Radicals and Complex Numbers
13 days
Unit 3
Probability and Statistics
7 days
Unit 3.5
Inverse Functions
3 days
Unit 4
Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
9 days
Unit 5
Geometry
12 days
Unit 6
Trigonometric Functions
8 days
Unit 7
Modeling/Random Gaps
5 days (can be adjusted throughout semester - see unit guide)

Course at a glance

This document gives a very brief description of the key concepts in each unit for Math 3. Please use the unit guides to help you through the actual teaching of the standards - these descriptions are a very brief overview! The unit guides go much more in depth, but this gives a general view and pacing.


This is the NEW Course at a Glance for Spring 2014 - it includes the gaps we must fill in from our students missing Math 2!

To access the unit guides

- Click on "Unit Guides" on the menu

- Click on the Unit you are looking for - they are Word documents

Each unit guide contains a unit overview, resources, strategies, and sample skill and problem tasks for each standard in the unit.

To access the resources

Most resources are also linked through the curriculum guides, but to view the available resources, go to the links at the left for each unit. Please e-mail me with your own also at robert.leichner@cms.k12.nc.us - we'll add them to the wiki and collaborate! For really big files, please send to rob.leichner@gmail.com.



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