Sept 29 - Oct 3


  1. Direct Instruction: Review the concepts of solving absolute equations and inequalities.

  2. Independent Practice: Complete page 211 (41-46, 49-60).


Teach vocabulary for the section including: roster form, set-builder notation, empty set, universal set. 


Sets are the basis of mathematical language and can be written in different ways, and smaller ones can be written from larger ones. 


Guided Practice: Problem 1-3

Independent Practice: 9, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20,22, 28, 34, 40, 44, and 48. 



When given two or more sets, one can describe which elements belong to  at least one set.  One can also describe which elements belong to all of the sets.  One can use symbols to represent these relationships.


  1. Direct Instruction: Students need to be aware of the lesson vocabulary and be able to use it when asked.For example, in this section, students should know the meaning of: union, intersection, disjoint sets, and empty sets. 

  2. Guided Practice:Problem 1, page 215 and Problem 2-3, page 216.

  3. Independent Practice: Examine page 218, problems 10-20 (even).


Formal review for tomorrow’s exam to cover previously taught concepts




Exam to close Chapter 3.  Students will be given an exam to assess knowledge of content in Chapter 3. 




Start reviewing for Nine Weeks Exam. 



Review problems from Chapter 1.