In Math II, we learn about math. It is valuable to our future because we need math for real life situations, specifically if you're trying to be a scientist, architecture, or a physicist.
In the slideshow, it introduces some of the work I did for semester I. In the first picture, it shows my progress report that I have completed for semester I. It shows how much I have completed the course, the relative grade, and the actual grade. The is a difference between the relative and actual grade. The relative grade is represents the grade that (for example) your child would receive if he or she stopped working in that course today and received 0% for all unfinished activities. The actual grade is represents the overall grade adjusted for progress. It also shows that I have completed the I semester by 90.6%
How I got where I was, first, I started working and listening the first unit of Math II A. Then after listening the instructions for the lessons in each units, I would write notes on my math journal. Before I was done with lesson and go to the next lesson, I would need to take a quiz. When I would take a quiz, I would need my math journal, a white board, an eraser, and an Expo marker to write out a question which had 10 in each quizzes. When I was done with the whole unit, I would need to take a unit test review, and then the actual unit test. I would do it in order and repeat the same steps all the way until the last unit. When I finished the last unit, I needed to take the cumulative exam. Even though I struggled with some lessons, I learn how to some problems! This tells me that even though I might struggle, I can still learn other things without a problem.
The SLO I have demonstrated on this semester is thinking critically and self directed learner who communicates effectively. I showed thinking critically by whenever I had a complicated question, I would read my math journal and think how does it go again and I showed self directed learner who communicates effectively by whenever I had a complicated question, that even I couldn't solve it, I would ask either my math teacher or another person to help me. The SLO I could have demonstrated better is mastering skills needed in career and college.
The two things I have learned last semester is how to solve problems and how it takes time to do each problem. It may not help with my career, but it will definitely help in some situations.