Standard 12.0:
Students know the laws of fractional exponents, understand exponential
functions, and use these functions in problems involving exponential
growth
Goals: Apply the exponential function
Procedure: Lesson 6
Time 
I am doing 
Student are doing 
Comments 
30 m 
Monitoring 
Warming up 
See overhead 
30 m 
Deriving an equation for
interest earned on a
deposit
Monitoring
Defining the ir rational
number e 
Taking notes
De termining terms in a
sequence leading to e
Taking notes 
What is

25 m 
Citing continuously
compounded interest
formula,
Modeling
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Practicing 
p.547
p.548: Ex 1
p.549: 6 
10 m 
Monitoring 
1minute math 

Closure: HW#17: Review and summarize today ’s notes;
p.544: 13, 14; p.549: 1 –
14; p.555: 1 – 6
Material:
Standard 14.0:
Students understand and use the properties of logarithms to simplify
logarithmic ex pressions and to identify approximate values
Goals: Define and use logarithms to multiply
Procedure: Lesson 7
Time 
I am doing 
Student are doing 
Comments 
15 m 
Demonstrating
Francisca’s Magic 
Taking notes 
See overhead; Magic
Numbers 
15 m 
Posing additional
questions
Stating Product of the
Power Postulate 
Answering and
explaining in detail
Taking notes 
Calculate

25 m 
Defining logarithms in
base 10
Using the TI to
determine the magic
numbers and multiplying
using log x
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Fol lowing along
Practicing 
p.558 The logarithm, y, with
base 10 is the value of the
exponent of 10 that makes
10^{y} equal a given number x

40 m 
Monitoring 
Lesson Master 9.5A 

Closure: HW: No homework; KBAC Lesson Masters 9.3B
Material: Lesson Master 9.5A
Standard 11.1:
Students understand the inverse relationship between exponents and
logarithms and use this relationship to solve problems involving
logarithms and exponents
Goals: Analyze various liquid values and conclude whether the liquid is a
base or an acid.
Procedure: Lesson 8
Time 
I am doing 
Student are doing 
Comments 
10 m 
Taking attendance 
Warming up 
Evaluate the function
at

20 m 
Reviewing
scale
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Practicing 
See overhead 
5 m 
Mentioning Richter scale and decibel scale 
Taking notes 

25 m 
Defining logarithms in
other bases and relating
to exponential function
Modeling values
Sketching and y =
Discussing properties of
graphs 
Taking notes 
See overhead 
35 m 
Modeling solution to
logarithmic equation
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Lesson Master 9.7A 
p.573: Ex 1 – 3 
Closure: HW#19: Review and summarize today’s notes;
p.566: 1 – 17;
Read pp.570 – 573; p.573: 1 – 18
Material:
Standard 14.0:
Students understand and use the properties of logarithms to simplify
logarithmic expressions and to identify approximate values
Goals:
Evaluate expressions by applying the properties of logarithms
Graph exponential functions and their inverses
Procedure: Lesson 9
Closure: HW#20: Review and summarize today’s notes;
p.574: 19 – 21; Read
pp.576 – 579; p.579: 1 – 22; KBAC Lesson Master 9.8B
Material:
Standard 13.0:
Students use the definition of logarithms to translate between logarithms
in any base
Goals: Define Natural Logarithms
Procedure: Lesson 10
Time 
I am doing 
Student are doing 
Comments 
15 m 
Taking attendance 
Warming up 
See overhead 
20 m 30 m 
Defining and graphing y
= ln x
Modeling natural log
application
Reminding students of
properties of logarithms
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Practicing
Lesson Master 9.9A 
p.585: Ex
p.601: 71 
30 m 
Deriving Change of
Base Theorem
Modeling use
Monitoring 
Taking notes
Practicing 
p.590: Ex 4
Worksheet on base change
formula 
Closure: HW#21: Review and summarize today’s notes;
p.585: 1 – 21
Material:
Objective: Standard 14.0: Students understand and
use the properties of logarithms to
simplify logarithmic expressions and to identify approximate values
Goals: Solve exponential equations
Model Problems involving exponents and logarithms
Procedure: Test time after next. Bring in your textbooks next time.
Lesson 11
Time 
I am doing 
Student are doing 
Comments 
15 m 
Modeling continuous
interest problem
Posing question
Modeling problem 
Taking notes
Solving problem
Taking notes 
Manuel invests his money at
7% continuous interest in
how long will he triple his
money? See overhead
p.589: Ex 3 
15 m 
Modeling the solution of
exponential and
logarithmic equations 
Taking notes 

65 m 
Monitoring 
Worksheet of
applications 
Chapter review 
Closure: HW#22: Review and summarize today’s notes;
p.591: 1  16; KBAC
Lesson Master 9.10B
Material:
Objective:
Standard 14.0: Students understand and use the properties of logarithms to
simplify logarithmic expressions and to identify approximate values
Goals: Review for test
Procedure: Test next time, Friday and Monday.
Time 
I am doing 
Student aredoing 
Comments 
25 m 
Modeling continuous
interest problem
Posing question
Modeling problem 
Taking notes
Solving problem
Taking notes 
Manuel invests his money at
7% continuous interest in
how long will he triple his
money? See overhead
p.589: Ex 3 
70 m 
Monitoring 
Worksheet 
Chapter review 
Closure: HW#23: Review and summarize today’s notes;
p.597: 1  20; KBAC
Lesson Master 9.10B
Material: