## Why?

Hey everyone,

I wanted to just take a quick minute and remind everyone

1. I was going to have a sub both Monday and Wednesday this week and didn't want her to feel responsible for teaching you all of this when there are videos and powerpoints that the book company made that walk you through problems step by step.

2. This was a method that I was told would be beneficial to do with an advanced group of students.

3. At least 2 of the current geometry teachers at the high school set their classrooms up using a flipped classroom. What that means is you are assigned video lesson to watch at night and then during class your work on the homework or problems. I thought this would be good practice for you guys for next year.

I hope you guys truly understand that for me to set up this unit in this fashion has taking me 10 times longer to do then if I would have just done the normal powerpoints but I am trying to do what is best for you guys.

I know that the internet was not working very well yesterday and because of that I have gone through and taken out some of the videos that I was having you watch to help you focus your learning. I am going to tell you right now that if you don't work through the lesson portion that I have assigned you for each standard you are going to struggle with the homework. You have to take the time to watch the lessons.

I had a student ask me yesterday if there was any way that we could move the test back to Monday and have me do a little recap of the standards on Thursday or Friday depending on which day you had me. I would be more than happy to do that if I felt like people were really giving it their all. So let me ask you...

- When did you start trying to learn these standards? Friday when I assigned you the lessons? Monday during class? Tuesday during seminar when the internet was not working?

- How did you spend your time yesterday in seminar? Working and asking questions? Talking with your friends? Complaining that you didn't understand it?

- How much time outside of class have you spent working on learning this materiel? Hours? Minutes? No time at all?

So to answer the question as to if I am willing to the move the test back the answer is..... I will see. So far your actions are speaking louder than your words and your actions are telling me that the majority of you aren't willing to put in the time or effort it takes to learn the material. so why does it matter if I move the test back. You're not going to do it either way. Your actions today will be the deciding factor. So if I were you I would plan on being ready for the test tomorrow or Friend and if I happen to move it back then you are still ok.

I sure hope that you are able to have your actions speak louder than your words today!

I wanted to just take a quick minute and remind everyone

**why***I decided to set up the unit this way.*1. I was going to have a sub both Monday and Wednesday this week and didn't want her to feel responsible for teaching you all of this when there are videos and powerpoints that the book company made that walk you through problems step by step.

2. This was a method that I was told would be beneficial to do with an advanced group of students.

3. At least 2 of the current geometry teachers at the high school set their classrooms up using a flipped classroom. What that means is you are assigned video lesson to watch at night and then during class your work on the homework or problems. I thought this would be good practice for you guys for next year.

I hope you guys truly understand that for me to set up this unit in this fashion has taking me 10 times longer to do then if I would have just done the normal powerpoints but I am trying to do what is best for you guys.

I know that the internet was not working very well yesterday and because of that I have gone through and taken out some of the videos that I was having you watch to help you focus your learning. I am going to tell you right now that if you don't work through the lesson portion that I have assigned you for each standard you are going to struggle with the homework. You have to take the time to watch the lessons.

I had a student ask me yesterday if there was any way that we could move the test back to Monday and have me do a little recap of the standards on Thursday or Friday depending on which day you had me. I would be more than happy to do that if I felt like people were really giving it their all. So let me ask you...

- When did you start trying to learn these standards? Friday when I assigned you the lessons? Monday during class? Tuesday during seminar when the internet was not working?

- How did you spend your time yesterday in seminar? Working and asking questions? Talking with your friends? Complaining that you didn't understand it?

- How much time outside of class have you spent working on learning this materiel? Hours? Minutes? No time at all?

So to answer the question as to if I am willing to the move the test back the answer is..... I will see. So far your actions are speaking louder than your words and your actions are telling me that the majority of you aren't willing to put in the time or effort it takes to learn the material. so why does it matter if I move the test back. You're not going to do it either way. Your actions today will be the deciding factor. So if I were you I would plan on being ready for the test tomorrow or Friend and if I happen to move it back then you are still ok.

I sure hope that you are able to have your actions speak louder than your words today!

__Chapter 12 Probability Unit__

**I can find permutations and combinations. (section 12.6)**

**I can find theoretical and experimental probabilities. (section 12.7)**

**I can find probabilities of mutually exclusive and overlapping events. (section 12.8)**

**I can find probabilities of independent and dependent events. (section 12.8)**

__S.CP.9: Use combinations and permutations to compute probabilities of compound events and solve problems.__

__S.CP.9: Use combinations and permutations to compute probabilities of compound events and solve problems.__

**Watch:**Assigned in your online book: 12-6 What is the Fundamental Counting Principle?

__Take Notes:__Assigned in your online book: 12.6 Instruction portion of the lesson

**Example Problems:**- A car manufacturer offers 4 different kinds of interiors and 9 different color options. How many different cars are possible with one kind of interior and one color?
- How many different ways can 8 players finish a race if there are no ties?
- There are 6 students running for 3 different student council positions: president, vice president and treasurer. How many different ways can the three offices be filled?
- Ten employees are eligible for 4 promotions. How many different ways can the promotion be earned if the order is not important?

**Additional Problems:**

__Homework:__pg. 766(#11-14,25-26,37-39,42-44,48,52-55)

__S.CP.1: Describe events as subsets of a sample space (the set of outcomes) using characteristics (or categories) of the outcomes, or as unions, intersections, or complements of other events (“or”, “and”, “not”)__

__S.CP.1: Describe events as subsets of a sample space (the set of outcomes) using characteristics (or categories) of the outcomes, or as unions, intersections, or complements of other events (“or”, “and”, “not”)__

__Watch:__Assigned in your online book: 12-7 How Do You Find the Probability of a Simple Event?

**Take Notes:**Assigned in your online book: 12.7 Instruction portion of the lesson

**Example Problems:**

**Homework:**pg. 773 (#10,13,16,18,20-22,24,25,27,28,32-34,36)

__S.CP.7: Apply the Addition Rule____ and interpret the answer in terms of the model.__

__S.CP.2: Understand that two events A and B are independent if the probability of A and B occurring together is the product of their probabilities, and use this characterization to determine if they are independent__

__S.CP.7: Apply the Addition Rule__

__and interpret the answer in terms of the model.__

__S.CP.2: Understand that two events A and B are independent if the probability of A and B occurring together is the product of their probabilities, and use this characterization to determine if they are independent__

__Watch:__Assigned in your online book: 12-8 How Do You Find the Probability of Independent Events?

__Take Notes:__Assigned in your online book: 12.8 Instruction portion of the lesson

**Example Problems:**

__Homework:__pg. 780 (#8,12,16-28 evens, 32,34-38, 42)