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Sonia Duroy

Welcome to Ms. Duroy's school loop page! If you have any concerns please don't hesitate to send a message through Schoology or you can contact me using Google Voice.

 Email Address: sonia.duroy@lausd.net

Google Voice # ( 213) - 342 - 1670

Ms duroy Class schedule

Hello! Parent and Guardians,

I am inviting you to come and join our Virtual Back to School Night tomorrow  Sept. 8, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm and I'm excited to get to know not only your child but you as well.

 For you to join, Click the zoom link below and let's follow the time schedule per class.

 Virtual Zoom Link: https://lausd.zoom.us/j/84070041336

   Zoom ID : 84070041336

Success is liking yourself , liking what you do , and liking how you do it .

      " Maya Angelou "

Assignments

CC Alg.2A     P-1,2,3,4 & 6

Unit 1 Lesson 2: Introducing Geometric Sequences

Building Towards the Standards: CCSS.HSF- BF.A.2 and HSF- LE.A.2

Essential Question:

a. What makes a sequence a geometric?

b. How are geometric sequence and exponential functions connected?

Learning Objective(s)

  1. I am learning to find the missing terms by using the growth factor of a geometric sequence.

   Language Objective(s)

  1. I can represent sequences by creating tables and graphs.
  2. I can describe the growth factor of a geometric sequence by using academic language in written or in oral form.

  Engagement Strategy:

     Students will follow the activities on Learnzillion digital student task or Student workbook.

 Student Outcome:

Students will be able to apply and practice the skills by answering 2.4 Cool-down on Schoology.

Agenda:

2.1 Warm- up: Notice and Wonder: A Pattern in Lists

2.2 Activity: Paper Slicing (“Are you Ready for More?”

2.3 Activity: Complete the Sequence

Lesson Synthesis

2.4 Cool-Down: A Possible Geometric Sequence in Schoology Course Materials.

 Homework #1

 Lesson 2 Practice Problems ( 1, 2 and 3 , Student Workbook on  page 15)

HAlg.2A P-7

Unit 1 Lesson 3: Different Types of Sequences

Unit 1 Standard: CCSS.HSF-IF.C and MP6

Essential Question:

a. How are the sequences alike and different?

b. How do I create different representations of functions?

Learning Objective(s)

  1. I am learning to explain what is means for a sequence to be arithmetic or geometric by using compare and contrast.
  2. I am learning to look at other types of sequences and create different representation of functions.

   Language Objective(s)

  1. I can explain on what is means for a sequence to be arithmetic or geometric by comparing and contrasting orally and in writing.
  2. I can interpret tables and graphs by determining if a sequence is arithmetic or geometric.

  Engagement Strategy:

     Students will follow the activities on Learnzillion digital student task or Student workbook

 Student Outcome:

Students will be able to apply and practice the skills by answering 3.4 Cool-down on Schoology.

Agenda:

3.1 Warm- up: Remembering Functions Notation

3.2 Activity: Three Sequences (“Are you Ready for More?” Extension Problem)

3.3 Activity: Representing a Sequence

Lesson Synthesis

3.4 Cool-Down: Do What’s Next

Homework # 2 Lesson 3 Practice (Problem # 1,2,3 and 4 , page 21 Student Workbook)