TO THE SPRING 2009 STUDENT OF TRIGONOMETRY [11560] CONTINUED

SYLLABUS INFORMATION UPDATE 1/15/9:

ASSIGNMENTS and NOTES: Your problem assignments, text notes and class notes are checked during regular test times. Turn in your notebook as you enter the test time and take it with you when you leave the test. Place all material in sequential syllabus order. Seven extra credit points = 3 for completely worked homework exercises + 2 points for textbook notes + 2 points for class notes are given via a quick review of the thoroughness and spot checked for accuracy of your work. These extra credit points will be added to C or higher test points. For each section of material covered place the material in sequential syllabus order in a simple three prong paper folder with no pockets. The upper right corner of each notebook page needs to give the content type IN ORDER: FIRST - Text notes, SECOND - Class notes, then THIRD - Assignment exercises , for the chapter, section number and the date for that page. It would be nice if you put your name on each page also, for ownership or authorship!

CLASS ASSIGNMENT EXTRA CREDIT: You may give yourself one point extra credit on the day's attendance sheet for each homework problem you work on the board. The problem is taken from another student's request listed before the hour of the class. {EXAMPLE: Problem number listed before 5:29 for a 5:30 p.m. class.}

CHANGES: Some additions, substitutions and/or corrections to this syllabus will be made during this course.


TRIGONOMETRY COURSE SCHEDULE: FUNDAMENTALS OF TRIGONOMETRY, 9th edition, by Swokowski and Cole

DAY // TEXTBOOK SECTIONS & UNIT TESTS // SCHEDULE COMMENTS
Jan 19 // // Holiday - No Classes
Jan 20 // 2.1 //
Jan 21 // //
Jan 22 // 2.2, Gateway Test //
Jan 23 // //
Jan 24 // //
Jan 25 // //


Jan 26 // //
Jan 27 // 2.4 //
Jan 28 // //
Jan 29 // 2.5, Gateway Test //
Jan 30 // //
Jan 31 // //
Feb 1 // //
Feb 2 // //
Feb 3 // 2.8 //
Feb 4 // //
Feb 5 // Chapter 2 Sections { 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 } Review //
Feb 6 // //
Feb 7 // //
Feb 8 // //
Feb 9 // //
Feb 10 // Chapter 2 Sections { 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 } Test #1 //
Feb 11 // //
Feb 12 // 2.3, 2.6 //
Feb 13 // //
Feb 14 // //
Feb 15 // //
Feb 16 // // Holiday - No Classes
Feb 17 // 2.6, 27 //
Feb 18 // //
Feb 19 // 2.7 //
Feb 20 // //
Feb 21 // //
Feb 22 // //
Feb 23 // //
Feb 24 // 6.5 //
Feb 25 // //
Feb 26 // 6.5 and Graphing Review //
Feb 27 // //
Feb 28 // //
Mar 1 // //
Mar 2 // //
Mar 3 // Chapter 2 Sections { 3, 6, 7 } & 6.5 Test #2 //
Mar 4 // //
Mar 5 // 3.1, 3.2 //
Mar 6 // //
Mar 7 // //
Mar 8 // //
Mar 9 // //
Mar 10 // 3.2, 3.3, Gateway Test //
Mar 11 // //
Mar 12 // 3.4 //

Mar 13 // // MIDTERM
Mar 14 // //
Mar 15 Spring Break

Mar 23 // //
Mar 24 // 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4 QUIZ //
Mar 25 // //
Mar 26 // 3.5 //
Mar 27 // //
Mar 28 // //
Mar 29 // //
Mar 30 // //
Mar 31 // 3.6 //
Apr 1 // //
Apr 2 // 3.6 //
Apr 3 // //
Apr 4 // //
Apr 5 // //
Apr 6 // //
Apr 7 // Chapter 3, Test #3 //
Apr 8 // //
Apr 9 // 4.1, 4.2 //
Apr 10 // //
Apr 11 // //
Apr 12 // //
Apr 13 // //
Apr 14 // 4.3 //
Apr 15 // //
Apr 16 // 4.3 //
Apr 17 // // Withdraw Deadline
Apr 18 // //
Apr 19 // //
Apr 20 // //
Apr 21 // 4.4 //
Apr 22 // //
Apr 23 // 4.5 //
Apr 24 // //
Apr 25 // //
Apr 26 // //
Apr 27 // //
Apr 28 // 4.5 //
Apr 29 // //
Apr 30 // 4.6 //
May 1 // //
May 2 // //
May 3 // //
May 4 // //
May 5 // 4.6 //
May 6 // //
May 7 // Chapter 4 Test #4 //
May 8 // //
May 9 // //
May 10 // //
May 11 // //
May 12 // // FINAL EXAM WEEK
May 13 // //
May 14 // FINAL EXAM from 7:00 to 8:50 p.m. //
May 15 // //
May 16 // //
May 17 // //
May 18 // // FINAL EXAMS WEEK ENDS

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