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# Title of Unit / Lesson Title:

## SSHS INTENTIONAL UNIT PLANS 2015-2016

Duration of Lesson
(Days):
25

Date:

## March 15, 2016 May 20,2016

3/21-25/16 Spring Break
3/30/16 Half Day PD
4/5/16 PTC
4/27/16 Half Day PD

Essential Question(s):
What are some types of relationships that can be
modeled by graphs?
What types of relationships can be modeled by linear
graphs?
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

x through creative and critical thinking

skills
x through effective communication
skills
x through being goal oriented and selfdiscipline individuals

CAREER PREPARATION

x

## demonstrating professional conduct,

collaboration and other interpersonal skills
x

goals

## demonstrating the ability to understand and

effectively use relevant technology

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

global issues

## contributing time and talent

to community needs

Design Question Focus of the Lesson (elements from other DQs may be used as support)
x

## x Generating and Testing Hypotheses

Deepening or Practicing

(teacher language)

## A.CED.3 Represent constraints by equations or inequalities, and by systems of equations and/or

inequalities, and interpret solutions as viable or non-viable options in a modeling context.

## Learning Targets: (write in the scale below)

2.0 Simpler Content:
I can..

## solve linear equations by the

method of combining like terms,
using the inverse operation, and
finding the reciprocal.

Level 1 (Recall)

## Recite, tell, recall, state, repeat, use, name,

match, 5 Ws, define, draw, identify, list,
label, measure, illustrate, memorize,
arrange, report, quote, calculate.

I can..
learn how to write linear equations and
recognize them in different forms
understand how the slope of a line can be
interpreted in real-world situations
determine whether the graphs of two
linear equations are parallel or
perpendicular.
Level 2 ( Skill/Concept)

## Graph, classify, separate, cause/effect,

estimate, compare, relate, infer, identify
patterns, organize, construct, modify,
predict, interpret, distinguish, make
observations, summarize, show, categorize

## 4.0 More Complex:

I can..
Solve quadratic equations in one variable

## Revise, assess, apprise, construct,

critique, compare, investigate,
differentiate, draw conclusions,
hypothesize, formulate, cite evidence,
critique, develop a logical argument

## Assessment and Monitoring: (checks for content and desired effect)

Seatwork and Homework

(student language)

## Design, connect, synthesize, apply concepts,

critique, analyze, create, prove

## Critical Information Chunks (as determined by learning targets) i.e. vocabulary

Vocabulary
L4.1 Coordinates and Scatter Plots
o Coordinate plane
o Ordered pair
o X-coordinate
o Y-coordinate
o Graph
o Scatter plot
L4.2 Graphing Linear Equations
o Solution of an equation
o Graph of an equation
L4.3 Quick Graphs Using Intercepts
o X-intercept
o Y-intercept
L4.4 The Slope of a Line
o Slope
L4.5 Direct Variation
o Constant of variation
o Direct variation
L4.6 Quick Graphs Using Slope-Intercept form
o Slope-intercept form
o Parallel
L4.7 Solving Linear Equations using Graphs
L4.8 Functions and Relations
o Relation
o Function notation
o Graph of a function

Learning Plan: Instructional Strategies /Lesson Activity: (Identify your CFAs and CITW strategies in your plan)
WRITE OUT EXPLICITLY:
Anticipatory Set:
Review previous lesson, open with lesson opener from resources for each section, an activity, or relate concepts to real
world.
L4.1 Review students on graphing a number on the number line. Introduce the concept of a coordinate plane and show
video called The Coordinate Plane: The Treasure Hunt from Flocabulary.
L4.2 Review on how to do input-output tables and graphing on a coordinate plane.
L4.3 Graph a linear equation in standard form using a table. Then graph the same equation by solving for x- and yintercepts.
L4.4 Ask students What is slope? Does anyone know any examples of slope or what slope is used for?
L4.5 Ask students if they know what direct proportion is. Formally introduce definition of direct variation. Give an example
(e.g. you are paid \$20 an hour; How much you earn is directly proportional to how many hours you work; Work more
hours, get more pay; in direct variation)
L4.6 Using one linear equation, review on graphing the equation using a table and solving for x- and y-intercepts. Then
introduce the method of using slope-intercept form with the same equation.
L4.7 Review students on solving the equation and checking the solution algebraically.
Engaging the student in learning the content:
Students come to class prepared, take notes, participate in class activities and actively engage in class discussion. Work to
be turned in at the end of class if completed (unless otherwise specified by the teacher). The incomplete work will be taken
home for homework and due the next class period.

Guided Practice
Day 1-2: L4.1 Coordinate Plane
Pre-Test Quarter 4
Goals:
Plot points in a coordinate plane.
Key Terms:
Coordinate plane
Ordered pair
X-coordinate
Y-coordinate
Graph
Scatter plot

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.1 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for graphing on a coordinate plane.

## Day 4-6: L4.2 Graphing Linear Equations

Goals:
Graph a linear equation using a table or list of values.
Key Terms:
Solution of an equation
Graph of an equation

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.2 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials on adding and subtracting integers to enhance skills.

## Day 8-9: L4.3 Quick Graphs Using Intercepts

Goals:
Find the intercepts of the graph of a linear equation
Use intercepts to make a quick graph of a linear equation.
Key Terms
X-intercept
Y-intercept

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.3 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials on solving and graphing x- and y- intercepts.

## Day 11-12: L4.4 The Slope of a Line

Goals:
Find the slope of a line using two of its points.

Key Terms:
Slope
Rate of change

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.4 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for slope.

## Day 13: Quiz on 4.4 / Review for Mid-Test

Day 14: Mid-Test: L4.1, L4.2, L4.3, L4.4

## Day 15-16: L4.5 Direct Variation

Goal:
Write linear equations that represent direct variation.
Key Terms:
Constant of variation
Direct variation

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.5 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for direct variation.

## Day 17-18: L4.6 Quick Graphs Using Slope-Intercept Form

Goal:
Graph a linear equation in slope-intercept form.
Key Terms:
Slope-intercept form
Parallel

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.6 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for graphing using slope-intercept form.

## Day 20-21: L4.7 Solving Linear Equations Using Graphs

Goal:
Solve a linear equation graphically.
Key Terms:
NONE

## Copy: Notes examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.7 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for solving linear equations using graphs.

## Day 23-24: L4.8 Functions and Relations

Review for Test #2

## Goal: Identify when a relation is a function.

Key Terms:
Relation
Function notation
Graph of a function

## Copy: Notes on key terms and examples of problems to be solved in seatwork.

Seatwork/Homework: Complete problems for 4.8 worksheet or problems in the textbook. Provide supplementary
materials for functions and relations.

## Day 25: Test #2: L4.5, L4.6, L4.7, L4.8

Textbook Resource:

## Larson, Ron, et al. Algebra I. Mcdougal Littell. Evanston, Illinois, 2005.

Adaptations for Unique Student Needs: (ELL, Special Education, Gifted, Students who lack support for school)
Samples of Expectations
X Extra Time

X Shorter Assignments

X Homework

X Simplified Instructions

X Multiple Choice
Take Home Quiz
Note Taking Assistance
X Visuals

Open Book
X
One-to-One Assistance
Other (specify): monitor and SVA cable

X Peer Tutoring
Assignment(s):

## Resources and Materials:

Elmo
X Handouts

Internet/Computer
Laboratory Manuals
Magazines/Newspapers
X Multimedia Projector

Promethean Board

Supplemental Books
Study Guides
Textbooks
Transparencies monitor
Workbooks
Other (specify): manikin and urinary system models
Internet

CITW Strategies

Setting Objectives
Providing Feedback
Reinforcing Effort
Providing Recognition
Cooperative Learning

Cues/Questions
NLR - Graphic Organizer
NLR - Kinesthetic
NLR - Mental Image
NLR - Pictograph
NLR - Physical Model
Summarizing
Note-taking
Homework
Practice

ISD - Compare
ISD - Classify
ISD - Metaphor
ISD - Analogy
GTH - Problem Solving
GTH -Investigation
GTH - Systems Analysis
GTH -Experimental Inquiry