In Spring 2014, I taught a combined class of Math III and Precalculus students. Many of the objectives aligned fine, but now in the Fall I’ll have the same Math III students in Precalculus (again, sortof). I want to spice up the class by teaching them physics! If anyone has resources they can link me to, or even a dropbox, I’ll be infinitely grateful!
This is a Numberphile video about sequences that I had used in Math III and Precalc in Spring 2014. More importantly, look in my Unit Plans page for a Dropbox link to Unit 6! It’s under construction (lacking some LPs using the number e, if you have any!) but I’ll update it later this summer.
“Another project I’m drafting this summer is an interdisciplinary, unit-length research project…”
Czech out my Unit Plans page for Unit 1 of Precalculus: Functions & Parent Functions. It’s an 11 day unit covering N-Q.1-3 and F.IF.1,2,4,5,6,7 with a quiz and a test so you can mix and match the questions. Feel free to use steal it wholesale or alter it but give me some publicity if you do!
Also thanks to Partially Derivative for the function transformations matching activity (version 2 on my dropbox so you can differentiate your learners!).