Day 
Date 
Section & Lecture Notes 
Assignment 

Course Handout & Policy
Intro to Course  DANG!
Note1: Complete even and odd Exercise problems listed unless specified otherwise. [i.e. "odd only"] Note2: Points for assessments are approximate. Modifications should be expected to adapt to classroom circumstances. 

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Week 1 13Aug 
Algebra Review 
Each assignment to be turned in must include:

2 
Geometry Review Special Right Triangles

worksheet 

3 
1st Quadrant & Quadrantal Angles Special Right Triangle & Basic Trigonometry for 1st Quadrant & Quadrantal
Angles 
worksheet


4 
Review: Coordinate plane – distance formula  interval notation – relations functions  domain – range

BT Quiz 1 [25pts] 

5 
Week 2 19Aug 
1.1 Angles: Degree measure Standard position Complement/supplement <’s Coterminal/quadrantal <’s 
34 problems 15, 21, 2326 all, 29, 31, 33, 37, 39, 43, 49, 51, 55, 57, 63,
67, 69, 75, 77, 81, 87, 89, 97, 103, 11, 113, 117, 123, 125,
127 
6 
1.2 Angle Relationships and Similar Triangles: Vertical <’s <’s formed by parallel lines & transversal types of triangles similar triangles

22 problems 11, 15, 19, 21, 23, 27, 29, 21, 33, 35, 37, 41, 47, 49, 53,
57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69 

7 
1.3 Trigonometric Functions: Define trig functions find the 6 function values values of quadrantal <’s

Worksheet 19 problems 1119 odd, 25, 29, 51, 53, 57, 59, 67, 71, 75, 81, 85, 89,
93, 109 

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1.4 Using the Trig Definitions: Reciprocal identities Signs and ranges of functions Pythagorean identities Quotient identities 
Quiz 1.11.3 [50 pts] 21 problems 1121 odd, 25, 29, 33, 35, 37, 43, 45, 47, 49, 5363 odd 

9 
1.4 
BT (Unit Circle) Quiz 2 [20pts] 14 problems 6583 odd 

10 
Week 3 26Aug 
Review 
Review Worksheet 
11 


Test Chapter 1 [100 pts]

12 

2.1 Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles: Cofunctions & identities Values of special angles [30, 45, 60]

Homework Quiz [Ch 1] 31 problems 16 all, 715 odd, 21, 23, 26, 28, 29, 35, 37, 39, 49, 50,
52, 53, 55, 61, 67, 69, 73, 75 
13 

2.2 Trigonometric Functions of NonAcute Angles: Reference angles Special angles as reference angles

26 problems 510 all, 15, 17, 24, 25, 29, 35, 37, 39, 43, 45, 49, 6173
odd, 77, 81 
14 

2.3 Finding Trigonometric Functions Values Using a Calculator: Approximate function values on a calculator Find angle measure on a calculator

25 problems 1141odd, 45, 47, 49, 63, 65, 67, 69, 71, 73 
Week 4 2Sep No School 

15 

2.12.3 Review

2.12.3 Worksheet

16 


Group Quiz 2.12.3 [50 pts]

17 
2.4 Solving Right Triangles: Significant digits Solving right triangles <’s of elevation and depression 
13 problems 1337odd 

18 

2.4 Continued Discuss Project (measure group members height)

10 problems 4159 odd 
19 
Week 5 9Sep 
Project : Finding the height of an object using a clinometer and measuring tape.

Worksheet 
20 

Quiz 2.4 [50 pts]


21 

2.5 Bearing  applications

24 problems 110 all, 15, 17, 1930 all 
22 

2.5 continued

Worksheet

23 

Chapter 2 Review

Review Worksheet IN CLASS Homework Quiz [Ch 2] 
24 
Week 6 16Sep 
Chapter 2 Review

Review Worksheet 27 problems p.93 157 odd (omit 7 & 9) 
25 

Test Chapter 2 [100 pts]


26 

3.1 Radian Measure: Define radian measure Converting: radian <> degree 
20 problems 11, 15, 19,...,27, 
27 

3.2 Applications of Radian Measure : Arc length Sectors

10 problems 
28 

3.3 Circular Functions: Circular functions & values 
13 problems

29 
Week 7 23Sep 
3.1 – 3.3 Review 
EC Quiz 
30 
3.4 Linear and Angular Velocities: applications

QUIZ 3.1–3.3 [50 pts] 10 problems 

31 

3.4 continued

10 problems 
32 

Chapter 3 Review

33 problems 
33 

Test Chapter 3 [100 pts] 

34 
Week 8 30Sep 
4.1  Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions: Sin/Cos graph, Amplitude, Period 5Point Plan  introduction

problems 
35 

Graphing Theorem: 5Point Plan  details, Summarize graphing theorem after worksheet

Graphing Theorem Quiz 4.1 [50 pts]

36 

4.2  Translations of the Graphs of the Sine Cosine Functions: Horizontal and vertical translation Combinations of translations Determining a trigonometric using
curve fitting

problems 
37 

4.2 – Graphing: Graphing sin and cos functions

problems Graphing Theorem Quiz 4.14.2 [25 pts]

No School 
Teacher Institute 

38 
Week 9 7Oct 
Review 4.14.2 Sin/Cos Project


39 
Section 4.3  Graphs of the Other Circular Functions: Introduction of tan, cot, sec, and csc functions

Quiz 4.14.2 [50 pts] problems 

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Section 4.3 – Graphing: Graph tan, cot, sec, and csc functions

Graphing [50 pts]


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workday 

11Oct No School 
End of 1st Qtr 
Day 
Date 
Section 
Assignment 
Week 10 14Oct No School 

1 
4.4 Writing Equations from the graph.

Worksheet QUIZ GRAPHING THEOREM [25 pts] 

2 
4.4 
Worksheet 

3 
Review of Ch. 4

Worksheet : Review


4 
Test Chapter 4 [100 pts] 

5 
Week 11 21Oct 
5.1 Fundamental Identities: Review of basic identities Negative angle identities Fundamental identities 
problems 
6 

5.2 Verifying Trigonometric Identities: Simplifying and Factoring Trig Expressions Writing Expressions as a Single Circular Function 
problems 
7 

5.3 Sum and Difference Identities for Cosine: Difference and sum identity for cosine Cofunction identities Applying the difference & sum identities 
QUIZ 5.1–5.2 [50 pts] problems 
No School 
P/T Conferences 

8 
Week 12 28Oct 
5.4 Sum and Difference Identities for Sine and Tangent: Sum and difference identities for sine and tangent Applying
the sum & difference identities 
problems 
9 

5.35.4 Review


10 


Quiz 5.35.4 [50 pts] 
11 

5.15.4 Review


12 

Test Chapter 5.15.4 [100 pts]


13 
Week 13 4Nov 
5.5 DoubleAngle Identities : Doubleangle identities Verifying identities with double angles Applying doubleangle identities

problems

14 

5.6 HalfAngle Identities: Halfangle identities Applying halfangle identities 
problems 
15 

5.55.6 Review 

16 

QUIZ 5.5–5.6 [50 pts] 

17 

Review 5.15.6



Week 14 11Nov No School 

18 

Group EC Quiz 5.15.6 [50 pts] 

19 

Review 

20 

Test Chapter 5 [100 pts] 

21 

6.1 Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Review of inverse function concepts Inverse sine, cosine and tangent fcn Other inverse fcns & values Expressions involving func values 
34 problems 
22 
Week 15 18Nov 
6.1 continued 

23 

6.2 Trigonometric Equations I: Equations solvable by linear methods Equations solvable by factoring Equations solvable by the quadratic formula 
QUIZ 6.1 [30 pts] 13 problems

24 

6.3 Trigonometric Equations with halfangles Equations with multiple angles 
10 problems 
25 

6.3 continued

7 problems 
26 

6.4 Equations Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Solve for x in terms of y using inverse functions Solving inverse trigonometric equations 
15 problems 
27 
Week 16 25Nov 
6.16.4 Review 


GROUP QUIZ 6.16.4 [75 pts]


No School 
Thanksgiving Break 

28 
Week 17 2Dec 
6.16.4 Review


29 

6.16.4 Review


30 

Test Chapter 6 [100 pts]


31 

7.1 – Oblique Triangles and Congruency and oblique triangles Law of sines Solving SAA or ASA triangles [case 1] Area of a triangle 
problems 
32 

7.2  Ambiguous Case of the Law of Sines: Solving SSA triangles [case 2] Analyzing data for possible number of triangles 
problems 
33 
Week 18 9Dec 
7.2 continued

Worksheet

34 
7.3 – Law of Cosines: Solving SAS triangles [case 3] Solving SSS triangles [case 4] Heron’s formula 
QUIZ 7.17.2 [50 pts] Worksheet 7.17.3 problems 

35 
7.3 continued

problems 

36 
7.17.3 review

Worksheet


37 
Test Chapter 7 [100 pts]


38 
Week 19 16Dec 
Finals Review 

39 
Finals Review 

40 
Finals 

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Finals 

42 
20Dec End of 2nd Qtr End of 1st Sem 
Finals 
Classroom Policy
Text & Resource Requirements
 Trigonometry, 11th Ed., 2017
 Lial, Hornsby, Schneider, Daniels
 ISBN: 9780134217437

Graphing calculator such as a TI83 or TI84 (any version).

Notebook(s) for notes and homework. Each homework problem must include 

copy of the original problem,

copy of correct solution [often from back of textbook], and

include steps that connect the problem with the solution (with explanation/justification as appropriate).

Grading
 Semester Scores are calculated using the following table:
Semester Score Component  Weight 

3rd Quarter Score  40% 
4th Quarter Score  40% 
Semester Final Exam  20% 
 Quarter Scores will be calculated on a straight point basis. That said, each assessment will fall under one of 3 categories.
Category  Weight (approximate) 

Daily Work / Project / Labs  30% 
Quizzes  20% 
Tests  50% 
 Notes:
 Late assignments will given a score of zero (0)...except for unplanned excused absences which will be scored as specified in the student handbook.
 Scores will NOT be rounded up.
 Bonus work or bonus points are NOT part of the course score and will be included ONLY at the discretion of the teacher.
 Students should not EXPECT bonus points or bonus work...even if it is listed on the syllabus.
 Scores will be primarily based on individual ability, understanding, and accomplishment.
 Quarter and Semester GRADES will be calculated from corresponding scores based on the following table:
Percentage Scale  Grade Letter 

100%  88%  A 
87.99%  76%  B 
75.99%  66%  C 
65.99%  56%  D 
55.99%  1%  F 
0.99%  0%  Incomplete 
BYOD Policy :
 Phones and/or uncovered cameras are NOT allowed in the classroom.
 Students who intentionally or unintentionally compromise the privacy of any other student or compromise academic integrity or validity of a test or quiz by their behavior will receive a zero and, possibly, a referral for further consequences. This includes having a camera (i.e. smartphone/BYOD device) out while ANY assessment is in the classroom.
 For example, a student who turns in their test and then takes out their smartphone (i.e. camera) to listen to music while other students are still working on their tests will receive a zero on their test. As well, a student taking pictures of teacher's notes on the board will not retain/learn of concepts and may be invading the privacy of other students (white boards are highly reflective). Generally, if the teacher is taking the time to handwrite notes on the board, then students should put in the effort to copy the notes.
Responsibilities & Expectations
Advice from previous year's students to future students

Answers to: If you could start the course over again, what advice would you give yourself?
 Plan on doing ALL homework.

Answers to: What was your favorite part of the course?
 None ;)

Answers to: What was the hardest/least favorite part of the course?
 Doing all the homework.
 Student Responsibilities...
 ...while in class:
 In Seat & Ready to Go when bell stops (i.e. books, sharpened pencils, paper)
 Respectful of Teacher and each other (i.e. raise your hand, donâ€™t talk while teacher is talking, no rudeness or bad language, etc.)
 The two most important ingredients for success in this class are practice and attendance.
 No eating or drinking in class, 2 bathroom/drinking trips per Semester.
 Remember that, for every hour spent in class, 2 hours of outside class work (homework/projects) are typical for an AP course (i.e. 5 hours in class per week + 10 hours at home)
 ...while absent:
 Read the textbook and look at examples prior to returning.
 Obtain the assignment from the calendar, webpage, or a peer.
 Do the assignment or, at a minimum, have the homework problem written out along with answers (from back of book or peer).
 Obtain notes from a peer or teacher.
 Arrange to come in before or after school for assistance from the teacher.
 Grades will be as per school policy (see student handbook):
 for excused absences, you have the same number of days as you were absent to make up missing assignments/quizzes/tests.
 for unexecused absences, you will receive 80% or 50% of the earned grade based on the number of unexcused absences.
 any assignment/quiz/test not made up in the appropriate amount of time will be a zero.
 ...while in class:
 Teacher Responsibilities...
 Demonstrate mastery of mathematical content & educational pedagogy, professional and courteous behavior, and provide a timely & updated syllabus.
 Maintain a classroom atmosphere that is safe and conducive to the education of ALL students.
 Maintain discipline by ensuring students are respectful to each other and their teacher. Refer to the student handbook for any questions.
 If problems occur in the class, the discipline plan, in general, is:
 Verbal warning (may include "1 minute after class delayed dismissal" or "15 minute after school minidetention")
 After school detention & parents/guardians contacted (called or emailed)
 Referral to the administrator
 Be available before and after school [unless a meeting is scheduled] in the classroom or in the math office (Room A310) for extra help. However, a student often needs to schedule time to meet outside of the normal class period.
 I can be reached at jmeinzen@ecusd7.org
 As well, I strongly encourage students and parents to contact me as soon as possible if there are any questions or concerns. Most issues can be quickly resolved through timely communication.
 Parent Responsibilities...
 Keep track of your child's progress (grade) on a regular basis.
 Ask your child to SHOW you his/her homework completion on a weekly basis!
 you do NOT have to understand the homework!
 you do NOT have to help with the homework!
 you DO have to verify your child is completing the homework!
 Contact the teacher when you have any concerns as soon as possible.
Survey Assignment
 What is your best learning environment (given the classroom we have)?
 What learning/teaching style do you think is most effective for you?
 What resources do you use to best understand the concepts? (examples: textbook, teacher, family, afterschool tutoring, specific website, etc.)?
 What do you not want your teacher to do that would make you not want to learn this material?
 If you could start a realistic classroom tradition, what would it be? (example: every oddnumbered Friday is popcornduringlecture day)
Signature
 In general, I provide daily information on this website and I contact parents/guardians/students via the email address that is registered with the district. However, please let me know if you wish to be contacted by other means on this form. After you have read over this classroom policy, please sign below, and return to me to be put on file. This is your first assignment.
I prefer to be contacted via (circle preference): EMAIL, or PHONE, or OTHER (specify)  
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Parent / Guardian Signature  Date  Student Signature  Date 
address  home phone  work/cell phone 
Course Resources
 Notes & Other Lectures
 worksheets  Kuta Software provides additional practice with answers
 website  Wolfram Alpha provides technical solutions to a variety of math problems
 Coursework on a variety of universitylevel topics courtesy of Academic Earth