# 11th Grade Scope and Sequence

In an 11th grade scope and sequence you’ll see the list of topics and activities that are going to be taught throughout the course for a specific subject.

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## 11th Grade Math Scope & Sequence

#### Chapter 1: “Relationships Between Quantities”

• Real Numbers
• Inequalities
• Word Problems
• Relations and Functions
• Function Operations
• Composition of Functions
• Symmetry
• Function Inverses
• Rate of Change
• Performance Task: Going on a Round Trip

#### Chapter 2: “Quadratics and Complex Numbers”

• Complex Numbers
• Operations with Complex Numbers
• Completing The Square
• Square Root Functions
• Mixed Degree Systems

#### Chapter 3: “Polynomials”

• Factoring Polynomials Completely
• Division of Polynomials
• The Binomial Theorem
• Synthetic Division and the Remainder Theorem
• The Rational Roots Theorem
• The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
• Writing Polynomial Functions from Complex Roots
• Graphing Polynomial Functions
• Solving Polynomial Equations using Technology

#### Chapter 4: “Rational Functions”

• Negative Exponents
• Simplifying Rational Expressions
• Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
• Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
• Rational Equations
• Vertical Asymptotes of Rational Functions
• Graphing Rational Functions
• Modeling with Rational Functions

• Simplifying Nonperfect Roots
• Rational Exponents
• Radical Equations and Extraneous Roots
• Performance Task: Roller Coaster Design
• Cumulative Exam

#### Chapter 6: “Exponential and Logarithmic Functions”

• Graphing Exponential Functions
• Solving Exponential Equations by Rewriting the Base
• Graphing Logarithmic Functions
• Evaluating Logarithmic Expressions
• Solving Logarithmic Equations using Technology
• Properties of Logarithms
• Solving Equations using Properties of Logarithms
• Base e
• Geometric Series

#### Chapter 7: “Statistics and Probability”

• Designing a Study
• Representing Data
• Standard Deviation
• Properties of Probability Distributions
• Expected Value
• Binomial Distribution
• Introduction to Normal Distributions
• Applications with Standard Normal Distribution
• Statistical Inferences
• Hypothesis Testing

#### Chapter 8: “Trigonometric Functions”

• Angles in Standard Position
• Right Triangle Trigonometry
• The Unit Circle
• Reciprocal Trigonometric Functions
• Evaluating the Six Trigonometric Functions
• Graphing Sine and Cosine
• Changes in Period and Phase Shift of Sine and Cosine Functions
• Modeling with Periodic Functions

#### Chapter 9: “Mathematical Modeling”

• Linear Programming
• Modeling with Systems
• Piecewise Defined Functions
• Joint and Combined Variation
• Transformations of Functions
• Modeling with Functions
• Cumulative Exam

## 11th Grade Language Arts Scope & Sequence

#### Chapter 1: “American Roots: From Native Traditions to the American Revolution”

• The Iroquois Creation Myth: “The World on Turtle’s Back”
• Jonathan Edwards’s “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
• Thomas Paine
• The Declaration of Independence
• Sentence Fluency

#### Chapter 2: “Bright Romanticism: American Individualism”

• Fireside Poets
• Ralph Waldo Emerson
• Henry David Thoreau – Walden
• Henry David Thoreau – “Civil Disobedience”
• Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself”
• Emily Dickinson’s Poetry
• Verb Tense, Verb Voice, and Verb Mood
• Writing Workshop: Narrative Writing

#### Chapter 3: “Dark Romanticism: American Gothic”

• Suspense and Horror: Gothic Writing across Time
• The Scarlet Letter
• Symbols in Moby-Dick
• Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee”
• Dark Hauntings: “The Fall of the House of Usher”
• Choosing Vocabulary
• Writing Workshop: Compare-Contrast Essay

#### Chapter 4: “A Nation Dividing and Expanding: Civil War, Regionalism, and Realism”

• Abolition and Women’s Rights Movements, Part 1
• Abolition and Women’s Rights Movements, Part 2
• The Mississippi River Runaways
• American Indian Issues
• Pronoun Agreement and Reference

#### Chapter 5: “Realist Novel Study: The Awakening by Kate Chopin”

• Realist Novel Study, Part 1
• Realist Novel Study, Part 2
• Realist Novel Study, Part 3
• Realist Novel Study, Part 4
• Realist Novel Study, Part 5
• Realist Novel Study, Part 6
• Realist Novel Study, Part 7
• Research Workshop: Generating Research Questions and Evaluating Sources

#### Chapter 6: “Make It New!: Early Modernism”

• Dramatic Monologue and Stream of Consciousness in Poetry
• Meta Poetry: Poetry about Poetry
• Robert Frost’s Poetry
• Reflecting on World War I
• Speaking and Listening: Evaluating a Speaker
• Writing Workshop: Literary Analysis
• Cumulative Exam

#### Chapter 7: “Modern Drama Study”

• Trifles: The Rise of Modern Feminism on the Stage, Part 1
• Trifles: The Rise of Modern Feminism on the Stage, Part 2
• Interpreting a Source Text: A Production of Trifles
• The True Story behind Trifles
• King Arthur’s Socks, Part 1
• King Arthur’s Socks, Part 2
• Nonrestrictive Elements and Parallel Structure
• Writing Workshop: Exploring Argument

#### Chapter 8: “Victory and Despair: The Roaring Twenties, Modernism, and Postwar Outlooks”

• Hemingway’s World War I
• Fitzgerald and the Roaring Twenties
• Depression and Hard Times
• Southern Gothic
• Correct Modifiers and Concise Wording
• Writing Workshop: Comparing Texts

#### Chapter 9: “”I, too, am America”: The Harlem Renaissance and The Civil Rights Movement”

• Poetry of Langston Hughes
• Richard Wright’s Struggles with Racism
• Brown v. Board of Education
• Martin Luther King Jr. and Civil Disobedience
• Choosing Language for Context and Purpose
• Writing Workshop: Argumentative Essay

#### Chapter 10: “Cultural Rebellion: Mid-Twentieth-Century Voices”

• Individualism, Modern Capitalism, and Dystopian Visions
• Beat Poetry
• Beat Movement Spontaneous Prose
• Experiencing and Reliving Vietnam
• Vietnam Literary Journalism
• Critiques of American Society in Science Fiction
• Using Resources and Reference Materials for Editing
• Writing Workshop: Visual Media Analysis

#### Chapter 11: “Heritage and Multicultural American Identities: Contemporary Voices”

• Contemporary American Indian Voices
• Latin American Magic Realist Voices
• Latina Poetry as an Expression of Cultural Heritage
• Exploring Cultural Identity through Language
• Asian American Voices
• Choosing Language

#### Chapter 12: “Globalization and the Information Age: Postmodernism into the Twenty-First Century”

• A Look at the Fast-Food Industry by Eric Schlosser
• The Poetry of Physics
• A Response to 9/11 by Jonathan Safran Foer
• A Nonfiction Account of Hurricane Katrina by Dave Eggers
• Ordering the Chaos of the Contemporary World: An Introduction to Freakonomics
• Research Workshop: Writing and Presenting the Argumentative Essay, Part 1
• Research Workshop: Writing and Presenting the Argumentative Essay, Part 2
• Cumulative Exam

## 11th Grade Science Scope & Sequence

#### Chapter 1: “Motion Speed and Velocity”

• Acceleration
• Lab: Motion with Constant Acceleration
• Vectors
• Projectile Motion

#### Chapter 2: “Forces”

• Introduction to Forces
• Newton’s First and Third Laws
• Newton’s Second Law
• Lab: Newton’s Second Law
• Impulse and Momentum
• Conservation of Momentum
• Lab: Conservation of Linear Momentum

#### Chapter 3: “Gravity”

• Universal Law of Gravitation
• Centripetal Acceleration
• Circular Motion
• Orbital Motion
• Earth-Moon-Sun System
• Simple Harmonic Motion

#### Chapter 4: “Work and Energy”

• Work and Power
• Kinetic Energy
• Potential Energy
• Energy Transformations
• Conservation of Energy

#### Chapter 5: “Thermodynamics”

• Temperature and Heat
• Heat Transfer
• Lab: Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
• States of Matter
• Changes of State
• First Law of Thermodynamics
• Second Law of Thermodynamics
• Cumulative Exam

#### Chapter 6: “Waves and Sound”

• Introduction to Waves
• Wave Properties
• Wave Interactions
• Sound Waves
• Properties of Sound Waves

#### Chapter 7: “Light”

• Electromagnetic Waves
• Reflection and Refraction
• Mirrors
• Lenses
• Diffraction
• Lab: Waves and Diffraction

#### Chapter 8: “Electricity”

• Electrostatics
• Coulomb’s Law
• Electric Fields
• Electric Potential Difference
• Electric Energy Storage
• Ohm’s Law
• Electric Circuits
• Lab: Circuit Design

#### Chapter 9: “Magnetism”

• Magnets and Magnetism
• Magnetic Field and Force
• Electromagnetic Induction
• Applications of Electromagnetic Induction
• Lab: Electromagnetic Induction

#### Chapter 10: “Nuclear Physics”

• Lab: Half-Life Model
• Fission and Fusion
• The Sun’s Energy
• Fundamental Forces

#### Chapter 11: “Modern Physics”

• Atomic Spectra
• Dual Nature of Light
• Special Relativity
• General Relativity
• Origin and Evolution of the Universe
• Cumulative Exam

## 11th Grade Social Studies Scope & Sequence

#### Chapter 1: “Industrialization and the Gilded Age”

• A New Revolution
• New American Industries
• Technology and Society in the Industrial Age
• A Worker’s Life
• Labor Unions
• Strikes and Unrest
• Socialism and Workers’ Parties

#### Chapter 2: “Immigration and Urbanization”

• Coming to America
• New Waves of Immigration
• The Immigrant Experience
• The Growth of Cities
• Living and Working in Cities
• Urban and Social Reforms
• Political Machines
• Reforming Government
• Writing Workshop: Summarizing Historical Trends

#### Chapter 3: “Populism and the American West”

• Going West
• Expansion and American Indians
• Indian Wars
• Farmers on a Closing Frontier
• The Populist Party

#### Chapter 4: “Progressivism and Reform”

• Early Progressivism
• The Muckrakers
• Women’s Rights and Suffrage
• Segregation and Accommodation
• Early Civil Rights Movements
• Roosevelt’s Square Deal
• Taft’s Reforms
• Wilson’s New Freedom

#### Chapter 5: “Imperialism and the Great War”

• The New Frontier
• Expanding Borders
• The Spanish-American War
• Panama and Latin America
• Neutrality and the War in Europe
• American Involvement in the War
• A New Kind of Warfare
• Freedom of Speech and the War
• Wilson and the War

#### Chapter 6: “The ’20s and the Great Depression”

• Prohibition
• Society in the 1920s
• The Great Migration
• A Roaring Economy
• Boom and Bust
• Effects of the Great Depression
• The Dust Bowl and the American Farmer
• Roosevelt’s Hundred Days
• The Second New Deal
• Opposition to the New Deal
• Cumulative Exam

#### Chapter 7: “Entering World War II”

• Fascism and Aggression
• America’s Entry into the War
• Mobilization on the Home Front
• Americans at War
• Internment and the Constitution

#### Chapter 8: “Fighting World War II”

• A War on Many Fronts
• Turning Points in Europe
• Turning Points in the Pacific
• End of the War in Europe
• End of the War in the Pacific
• War Crimes and the Holocaust
• Writing Workshop: Creating an Argumentative Essay

#### Chapter 9: “The Rise of the Cold War”

• An Iron Curtain
• Treaties and Blocs
• Truman’s Fair Deal
• The Korean War
• The Baby Boom
• McCarthyism
• The Arms Race and the Space Race
• Brinkmanship and Vietnam

#### Chapter 10: “Civil Rights”

• Early Civil Rights Efforts
• Equal Education
• Organizing to Demand Rights
• Nonviolent Protest
• Civil Rights and Voting Rights
• Other Perspectives on Civil Rights
• Extending Civil Rights

#### Chapter 11: “Era of Cultural Change”

• The Cold War and Cuba
• Kennedy and a New Frontier
• Expansion of the Vietnam War
• The Counterculture
• Johnson’s Great Society
• The Warren Court
• Changing Immigration
• A Political Turning Point

#### Chapter 12: “The ’70s and ’80s”

• Fall of Vietnam
• Nixon’s Presidency
• Watergate and the Ford Years
• The Economy in the 1970s
• Carter and the Middle East
• Women’s Rights Movement
• Reagan and the 1980s
• Reagan and the Evil Empire
• The End of the Cold War

#### Chapter 13: “America in the Modern World”

• The Bush Presidency
• Partisan Conflict in Government
• September 11, 2001
• America in the Bush Years
• Military Intervention in the Middle East
• The Obama Presidency
• Immigration and Demographic Change
• America and the Global Economy
• Technology and its Effects on Modern America
• Cumulative Exam

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