This bundle is a complete collection of 6 units, approximately 7 lessons each for a grand total of 44 lessons. Tests are included for all but Unit 5. There are also extra activities for each unit. The 10th Grade Common Core covers mostly Algebra 2 (heavy on quadratics) and a little bit of geometry. Answer keys are included for all exams and some individual lessons.
A description of each of the units:
Unit 1: Quadratic Sequences (7 lessons, 2 activities, 2 versions of tests with answer key)
the distributive property (multiplying a monomial with a binomial)
given a table of values--identifying which is arithmetic, geometric and quadratic
writing explicit and recursive expressions for arithmetic, geometric and quadratic table of values
graphing geometric, arithmetic and quadratic sequences
graphing a line and then shifting the line vertically and changing the slope and making connections about vertical shifts and slope change and the function
given a story problem, a table of values and a graph determining which is linear, exponential and quadratic.
Unit 2: Introduction to Quadratics (6 lessons, one activity and 2 tests with solution key)
identifying quadratic, linear and exponential expressions
given one form of a quadratic (graph, table of values, vertex form, or standard form) and then coming up with the other three forms
factoring a quadratic in standard form.
multiplying two binomials using a 2-way table
given a factored quadratic and a quadratic in vertex form--finding the vertex, the x and y-intercepts, and the stretch
Unit 3: Solving Quadratics (10 lessons, 2 versions of tests with solution key)
Solving quadratics--completing the square and factoring
Graphing quadratics, linear and exponential equations and determining the differences.
Unit 4: Piecewise and Absolute Value Functions (7 lessons, 1 activity, 2 versions of tests with soultion key)
solving absolute value functions
graphing piece-wise functions and stating the domain and range
writing the equation for a quadratic given the vertical and horizontal shift, the stretch factor and a reflection about the x-axis.
writing inverses given a set of points
given a table of values and given a graph
writing the domain and range of an inverse and the original function given a graph
there is a review on perfect square factoring
multiplying two binomials with radical terms.
Unit 5: Geometric Figures (7 lessons, 4 activities, NO TESTS INCLUDED FOR THIS UNIT)
constructing perpendicular line segment bisectors
angle bisectors with a compass and straight edge
finding the missing sides of a right triangle
solving for different angle measurements given complimentary or supplementary angles
finding angle measurements given angle bisector information
performing a rotation, translation and reflection of a given triangle
congruence statements (ASA, SSS, SAS)
drawing altitudes, medians, perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors
reflecting and translating a triangle
bisecting line segments
constructing triangle medians
constructing perpendicular bisectors of triangles
bisecting triangle angles with a straight edge and compass
Determining if statements about quadrilaterals and triangles are true or false.
Unit 6 - Probability (4 lessons, one version of a test--no solution key)
Calculating probabilities using information given in a Venn Diagram.
Calculating probabilities using information given in a tree-diagram.
Calculating simple probabilities given situations.
Creating a Venn Diagram given a situation.
Calculating probabilities given a Venn Diagram and a situation.
Organizing information into a 2-way table
Organizing information into a tree diagram
Completing a 2-way table and creating conditional statements.
Independent and dependent events.
Calculating probabilities of independent and dependent events.
Creating a 2-way table given a situation.
Creating a Tree diagram given a situation.
Creating a Venn diagram given a situation.
Comparing and contrasting information contained in a 2-way table, a Venn diagram and a Tree diagram.
Interpreting probabilities using information organized in a 2-way table, a Venn diagram and a Tree diagram.
Given information, create a 2-way table, Venn Diagram and a Tree diagram to organize.
Calculate probabilities based on information given in a 2-way table, Venn Diagram or a Tree diagram.