Questions to take back to your home (department) group: Due Nov. 30
C1: Instruction: To what extent are all students involved in challenging learning
experiences to achieve the academic standards and the ESLRs?
Arlingtons teachers use a wide variety of so

Student Survey Questions
1. I am aware that there is tutoring available if I want it. .True
False
2. I have attended some tutoring this year. .True
False
3. I know what and where my four-year educational plan is. .True
False
4. I know the courses required

Critical Academic Needs
1. Improve Schoolwide Literacy in Core Content Areas (English, Math, Science
and Social Studies)
Schoolwide emphasis on academic vocabulary (Tier II) and collegial discussion
Schoolwide emphasis on increasing academic rigor and exp

Unit Circle Review
Name_
Exact Trig Values
Date_ Period_
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Draw an angle with the given measure in standard position.
1)
2
3
2)
5
3
y
y
x
3)
7
4
x
4)
3
y
y
x
5)
x

Sample Examination
Section
II
I Part A
Directions: Solve each of the following problems, using available space for scratchwork. After
examining the form of the choices, decide which is the best of the choices given. Do not spend
too much time on any one p

Cost
1
Utility companies use a platinum catalyst pollution scrubber to remove
pollutants from smokestack emissions. Which do you think is more
costly for a utility company to accomplishremoving the first
90 percent of the pollutants, or removing the last

Sample Examination I
Section
I Part A
Directions: Solve each of the following probleffis, using available space for scratchwork. After
examining the form of the choices, decide which is the best of the choices given. Do not spend
too much time on any one

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Calculus AB
Summer Work
Date
Name
Assignment #1
Sketch the following graphs. This skill should be performed n'ithout using
graphing utility.
1. y -4-x2
2, f (x) -,!
d;4
3. y *-(x -z)' * t
a
4. g(") -J2;
Find all x & y intercepts.
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5. ! - r- + x-

Section 1.2 A Preview of Calculus
Topics Covered:
1. An introduction to limits
2. Limits that fail to exist
I.
An Introduction to Limits
Suppose you were given the function f and asked to describe what is happening at x = 2. What
x 2 3x + 2
would you do?