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Mr. William Hall


Principles of Engineering 

   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 

 

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About Me

  • I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University and a Master of Arts degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary.  I served in the army before becoming a teacher and now have taught math here at Stratford for over ten years.  Engineering was added to my schedule a few years back.  Additionally, I sponsor the Persian Club.  I love to teach and have a lot of fun in class!

Class Schedule

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1st Period: Conference                            2nd Period: Conference

3rd Period: Precalculus Pre-AP/GT           4th Period: Precalculus GL

5th Period: Principles of Engineering       6th Period: Precalculus GL

7th Period: Principles of Engineering       8th Period: Precalculus GL

Make-Ups

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 Make-ups for missed exams can be worked out individually with me if needed, but generally math make-ups are Monday after school in Room 206, Mr. Marquez' room.  A student has two weeks to make up missed exams.  If an assignment is missed due to an absence, the student has three class days to turn it in.

Tutorials

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My tutorials are Tuesday and Thursday after school until 4 PM, though I am normally here every day after the final bell.  If I'm not available for Precalculus GL or Pre-AP/GT, students can see Mr. Barber, Mrs. Hough, or Mr. Nguyen.  They may tutor in the morning before school.  For those who need it, a good online calculator can be found at the  www.desmos.com/calculator  website.

Class Assignments & Homework

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Unit 3.1.7 Power Point Guidelines.docx

Assignments given one class are due the next time class begins.  Late work is not accepted.  Work must be shown for credit on assignments.  Class work is generally credited for completion on a scale of 0 - 10, though at times I do check for correctness on specific problems.

 

 

 

 

Click here to view the syllabus for Precalculus Grade Level.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 1st six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 2nd six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 3rd six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 4th six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 5th six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus GL 6th six weeks assignment sheet.

 

 

Click here to view the syllabus for Precalculus Pre-AP.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 1st six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 2nd six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 3rd six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 4th six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 5th six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Precalculus Pre-AP 6th six weeks assignment sheet.

Click here to view the Math Autobiography assignment.

Click here to view the Ch 8-1 Power Point.

 

 

Click here to view the syllabus for Principles of Engineering.

Click here to view the Principles of Engineering careers Power Point.

Click here to view the Principles of Engineering interview guidelines.

Click here to view the Principles of Engineering Unit 3.1 project.

Click here to view the Unit 3.1.7 Robotics Power Point guidelines.

Click here to view the Unit 2.2 Materials Vocabulary.

Click here to view the Unit 2.2.1 Flipchart notes.

Click here to view the Unit 2.2 Metal/Alloy assignment.

 

Click here to view the SHS final exam exemption policy for Spring 2017.