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March 26, 2012

Lesson 3.1

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, March, 26
Lesson 3.1
Objectives:

1- Begin Chapter 3: Literal and Quadratic Equations 

2- Begin 3.1 on literal equations.

3-  Work Examples 1 and 2  (p.52-53) 

Homework: 

1- Work 3.1 (#1-10) 

March 19, 2012

Test on chapter 14-15 and the lecture notes

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, March, 19
Objective: 
Test

 

 

March 19, 2012

Quiz on 2.6

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, March, 19
Objectives:

Quiz on 2.6


Homework
Study section 3.1

March 14, 2012

Continue lecture and discussion

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, March, 14
Objective:
Anaylyze the origins of the Septuagint and the contents of the Dead Sea Scrolls 

Methods
1- Lecture on the Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls
2- Students will discuss and analyze opposing opinions, disect the arguements, and come to a reasonable and canonical conclusion; The basis for the discussion will be popular arguments against the authenticity of the Deuterocanonical books found in Sacred Scripture

3- Handout Study Guide

Homework
1- Complete study guide for next class

March 14, 2012

Lesson 4.1 Con...

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Wednesday, March, 14
Lesson 4.1
Objectives:
Continue 4.1 Length and Midpoint of a Line Segment

Method: 1) Review homework 2) Work example 3 (p.65) in class

Homework: 4.1 (#5-10) 

 

 

March 14, 2012

Lesson 2.6

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Wednesday, March, 14
Lesson 2.6
Objectives:
 Analyze 2.6 Fractional Equations


Method: 1) Review quiz on 2.4 and 2.5. 2) Review 2.6 via Work Examples 1 and 2  (p.41-42)  


Homework: 2.6 (even # 2-26)

March 12, 2012

Lecture on Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, March, 12

Objective: Anaylyze the origins of the Septuagint and the contents of the Dead Sea Scrolls  


Methods
1- Lecture on the Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls 
2- Students will discuss and analyze opposing opinions, disect the arguements, and come to a reasonable and canonical conclusion; The basis for the discussion will be popular arguments against the authenticity of the Deuterocanonical books found in Sacred Scripture 
 

Homework
1-Study for quiz on Wednesday

2-Read over notes (especially since the lecture cannot be found in the text book)

 

March 12, 2012

Chapter 4 Coordinate Geometry

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Monday, March, 12
Chpater 4
Objective:
Begin 4.1 Length and MIdpoint of a Line Segment (p.63)

Method: Work examples one and two (p.64) in class.

Homework: 4.1 (#1-4) 

March 12, 2012

Lesson 2.4 and 2.5

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Wednesday, March, 7
Lesson 3.1
Objectives

Quiz on 2.4 and 2.5

Homework

Study section 2.6 and 2.7 
 

March 07, 2012

Review Chapter 14-15

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, March, 7
Review: Chapter 14-15
Objectives

1- Review and discuss the study guide

Methods
1- Socratically discuss the material analyzed since the previous test

2- Students will discuss and analyze opposing opinions, disect the arguements, and come to a reasonable and canonical conclusion; The basis for the discussion will be the facts and concepts assessed throughout chapters 14-15 and subsequent readings.   
Homework
1- Complete study guide for next class

March 07, 2012

Chapter 3 Test

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Wednesday, March, 7
Chpater 3
Objectives

1- Turn in study guide
2- Test on chapter 3

 



 

March 05, 2012

Chapter 15 Revolt of the Maccabees

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, March, 5
Chapter 15: Revolt of the Maccabees
Objectives

1- Assess allegorical interpretation of OT reading for 3rd Sunday in Lent

2- Assess students comprehension from Fridays lecture

3- Analyze Jewish beliefs as understood in the Maccabean writings


Key Concepts
Purgatory (old); Martyrdom (old); Hellenism (old); Resurrection (new)

Methods
Lecture: Review the fall of Persia and the rise of Philip of Macedon
Discussion: Analyze Jewish beliefs and customs up to a century before the Incarnation; Discuss the writing of the early Church Father, Clement of Alexandria, on the concept of  martyrdom and confessing one's faith

Homework
1- Keyword outline chapter 15 p. 281-284

March 05, 2012

Lesson Review Chapter 3

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Monday, March, 5
Chapter 3
Objectives

1- Review study guide for chapter 3
2- Assess students competence with inequalities

Methods

REVIEW

Homework
Complete study guide

March 05, 2012

Review 2.4 and 2.5

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, March, 5
Objectives

Review section 2.4 and 2.5

Home Work:

Study for quiz on 2.4 and 2.5

March 02, 2012

Chapter 15 Revolt of the Maccabees

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Friday, March, 2
Chapter 15: Revolt of the Maccabees 
Objectives

1- Review allegorical interpretation of King Cyrus and the return of the remnant.

2- Discuss Old Testament reading for the 3rd Sunday in Lent

3- Assess allegorical interpretation of OT reading

4- Analyze the true fulfillment of the prophets as found in Christ. 

5- Begin Chapter 15 Revolt of the Maccabees

 

Key Concepts
Good Shepherd (old); Holy of Holies (old); Purgatory (new); Hellenism (new); Martyrdom (new)

Methods
Lecture: Review the exile; Overview of the fall of Persia and the rise of Philip of Macedon
Discussion: Analyze and assess the the final desecration of the temple and the success of the Maccabees
Homework
1- Keyword outline chapter 15 p. 274-278

 

March 02, 2012

Lesson 3.3: Continued

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Friday, March, 2
Lesson 3.3
Objectives

1- Assess students ability to approximate inequalities
2- Review homework from 3.3
3- Handout study guide


Key Concepts
Inequalities (old); Range of Variable (old); Upper and Lower Bounds (old)


Methods
Lecture: Discuss problems from homework
Work in Class: 3.3 exercise (#2 &4); example 9

Homework
1- 3.3 (#5-7:a,b,f)
2- Study guide for chapter 3

March 02, 2012

Chapter 2 Review

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Friday, March, 2

Chapter 2 Review

Objectives
1- Assess skills acquired from chapter 2
2- Review study guide

Methods

REVIEW

Feb. 29, 2012

Chapter 14

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, February, 29
Chapter 14: A Remnant Returns
Objectives

1- Review Test
2- Assess allegorical interpretation of the "Remnant"
3- Assess allegorical interpretation of King Cyrus and the return


Key Concepts
Allegorical (old); Samaritans (old); Good Shepherd (new);


Methods
Lecture: Review the exile; Discuss the return of the "remnant" and apply its allegorical and anagogical meanings to Christ and the Parousia
Discussion: Analyze and assess the inadequate nature of the return and its inability to fulfill the Davidic Covenant

Homework
1- Keyword outline chapter 14 p. 262-269

Feb. 29, 2012

Lesson 3.3

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Wednesday, February, 29
Lesson 3.3
Objectives

1- Review homework from 3.2
2- Introduce section 3.3, Approximations
3- Discuss concept with students


Key Concepts
Inequalities (old); Range of Variable (old); Upper and Lower Bounds (old)


Methods
Lecture: Discuss the application of the use of intervals and approximation
Work in Class: 3.3 example 7 & 8

Homework
3.3 (#1-4)

 

Feb. 29, 2012

Lesson 2.7

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Wednesday, February, 29
Lesson 2.7


Objectives
1- Review homework from 2.7
2- Assess students competence
3- Handout study guide


Key Concepts
Manipulation (old); Computattion (old); Term (old); Factor (old)


Methods

Work on homework

Homework
1- 2.7 (#8-14)
2- Complete study guide
 

Feb. 27, 2012

Chapter 13 Test

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Monday, February, 27
Chapter 13 Test
Objectives

1- TEST
 

Feb. 27, 2012

3.2: Continued

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Monday, February, 27
Lesson 3.2
Objectives

1- Discuss practical problems involving inequalities
2- Assess students ability to apply the laws of inequalities
3- Review homework from 3.2


Key Concepts
Inequalities (old); Range of Variable (old); Upper and Lower Bounds (new)


Methods
Lecture: Discuss problems involving inequalities
Work in Class: 3.2 example 5 and 6 p.49; 3.2 exercise 1, 5, &10

Homework
3.2 (#7-12)

Feb. 27, 2012

Lesson 2.7

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Monday, February, 27
Lesson 2.7
Objectives

1- Take Quiz
2- Introduce 2.7 Problems Involving Fractional Equations

Key Concepts
Manipulation (old); Computattion (old); Term (old); Factor (old)


Methods
Lecture: Discuss induction and deduction
Work in Class: example 1 and 2

Homework

Exercise 2.7 (#1-7)

 

Feb. 22, 2012

Chapter 13

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Theology I

Wednesday, February, 22
Chapter 13: Conquest and Exile
Objectives

1- Review Study Guide


Homework

Study for test
 

Feb. 22, 2012

Lesson 3.2

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 2, Sec. 1

Wednesday, February, 22
Lesson 3.2
Objectives

1- Analyze simple inequalities
2- Examine the range of inequalities and how to obtain their minimum and maximum values

Key Concepts
Inequalities; Integral Solution; Range of Variable


Methods
Review: Chapter 2 Test
Lecture: Review homework from section 3.1; Begin 3.2


Work in Class: 3.1 (# 8, 11, 15, & 17); 3.2 example 5


Homework
1- 3.2 (#1-6)
2- Be prepared to discuss and work problems at random next class

Feb. 22, 2012

Lesson 2.1-2.6

from:Trosclair, Tim

to:Algebra 1 Sec. 2

Wednesday, February, 22
Lesson 3.2
Objectives
1- Review 2.1-2.6
2- Examine students' competence in each section
3- Handout study guide for quiz
Key Concepts

Homework

Study for quiz