Richard Barker

Here is how you can check your grade for the semester based on your score on the final exam and the three terms. This is how your grade is calculated for your semester score.

This review will be due before your exam next Tuesday. Here is a digital copy of the review. Please complete the questions on a separate sheet of paper.

This review will be due before your exam next Tuesday. Here is a digital copy of the review. Please complete the questions on a separate sheet of paper.

E-learning: Khan Academy

You will be getting additional practice with understanding correlation coefficients and lines of best fit.

These are due by Monday, May 6th.

E-Learning Assignment: Khan Academy

You have been given assignments over solving equations. This is still a topic that will be utilized multiple times throughout your time in math in high school so we need to practice in order to be fully vested in our understanding of how to solve equations. You will have until Monday to complete the assignments. Please be sure you have these completed before then so you can receive the necessary signature for your attendance of the e-learning day.

E-learning Assignment: Khan Academy

You have been given both documents to review and practice questions dealing with the beginning of our next unit…Statistics!

Please be sure that you are completing these before next Monday. We will be beginning our new unit on Friday after our test on Thursday over Exponential/Logarithmic Functions Unit.

Algebra I

by Richard Barker on April 17, 2019

Posted in: 8th Grade

Objective: Using technology to identify linear regression equations and correlation coefficients (r values).

Homework: Worksheet 5 problems over identifying lines of regression and the correlation coefficient

Algebra I Lab

by Richard Barker on April 17, 2019

Posted in: Uncategorized

As we approach the end of the year, please be sure that you are continuing to make progress on your learning paths on Compass. Your progress will be your grade for your final exam and is a big portion of your semester grade. You are able to work on your learning paths at home, so if you have not made enough progress up to this point, I would highly suggest working on them at home or any time that you have available.

Algebra II

by Richard Barker on April 17, 2019

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,9th Grade

Objective: Be able to convert between logarithmic and exponential equations in order to solve real-world problems. Also understand aspects of parent functions for logarithms in order to understand transformations of logarithmic functions.

We will be working through the 9.9, 9.10, and 9.11 practice questions. We will also be going over the study guide for the 9.11 lesson.

3/18 – Algebra I

by Richard Barker on March 18, 2019

Posted in: 8th Grade

In Class: Review practice with inverting, shifting, and dilating functions

Homework: Completing quizzes in Apex over content