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Standards-Based Weekly Lesson Plan for Course/Content Area Instructor: PJ Williams Content Area: Algebra 1 Periods 1,3,4,6 Room: 241 Week: 21 Dates: 1/31-2/4, 2011 TEST Friday 5.1,5.3,5.4,5.6 5.4 P 283 4-9, 11, 12 due Wednesday PQ 1 PQ 1 P 270 1-10 due Wednesday 5.6 5.6 p 295 1-7, 9-11 Due Thursday. Interim practice sheet 1 due Wednesday . Interim practice sheet 2 due Friday. Wednesday I will be tutoring Mondays. andChapter 5 and Thursday in room 241 after school until 3:30. CHAPTER TEST FRIDAY sections 1. Slope 2. Slope Intercept Form UNIT OUTCOME(S): 3. Writing Equations in Slope Intercept Form 4. Writing Equations in Point Slope Form 5. Slope and Direct Variation 1. What is the slope? ESSENTIAL 2. How is slope used in real world applications such as construction and architecture? QUESTIONS: 3. How is the slope used in writing equations and how do we graph equations of lines/ 4. How is direct variation used in expressing the relationship between two variables? Resources Glencoe Algebra 1 Text, Document Camera, LCD Projector, Pencil, Paper, Timer, Notebook, Overhead (Materials/Texts/Visual Markers, Teacher Resource Materials, Markers, Whiteboards, Overhead Graphing Calculator, Copy s/Technology): graph paper, overhead graph paper, chart paper, GR 20-23: Exhibit knowledge of slope GR 24-27: Determine the slope of a line from points or equations COLLEGE GR 24-27: Match linear graphs with their equations READINESS SKILLS: EEI 33-36: Write equations and inequalities that require planning, manipulating, and/or solving GR 16-19: Locate points on the number line and in the first quadrant GR 20-23: Locate points in the coordinate plane Students will be given more time to complete assignments and will be allowed to use a calculator if needed. Students will work in teams and will be allowed time to discuss the mathematics and share their learning. Provide more concrete examples MODIFICATIONS Allow students to work in pairs AND Reduce the number of problems ACCOMMODATIONS Allow students to verbally demonstrate solutions (for the week): Allow extended time Allow use of calculator Allow the use of notes for test Students will work in teams and will be allowed time to discuss the mathematics and share their learning. Examples of Instructional Activities and Strategies: (i.e. demonstration, explanation, discussion, lecture, lecture—discussion, case studies, cooperative learning, discovery learning, problem based solving, scaffolding, please be specific) Students will work in cooperative learning groups. I will ask questions that will guide their learning. I will facilitate student learning. Problem-based solving will be used within the lessons. I will lecture using the document camera and LCD projector and students will discuss the mathematics within each lesson. I will use the lecture- discussion also when I am introducing a lesson and am asking thought provoking questions for students to discuss. Students will participate in informal presentations as they discuss the math with their classmates. Students will use whiteboards as they learn concepts. This will allow me to individually assess student progress as they learn new concepts. MONDAY 1/31 Section 5.4 Students will be able to write to write an equation of a line in slope OBJECTIVE: intercept form given the slope and one point on the line or given two Skills: What the students will be able to do… points on the line with 80% accuracy by Wednesday. 1. Do Now – Write equation of line in slope intercept form given slope of - 1 and y intercept 10. Write equation of line given a graph of line. Graph y = ½ + 4. Graph 2x and 3y = 6 after transforming to y intercept form. Go over to check for misunderstandings. 2. Homework requests: 5.3 3. Teacher will relate previous concept of slope intercept form to finding the form given a slope and point on line. Students will use Activities and Strategies substitution to find the b-y intercept. Students will do guided and independent practice. Teacher will demonstrate and explain how to write equation of line given two points by first finding slope and then using above method to write line. Students will do guided and independent practice. Teacher will summarize by asking students to list the steps for each method. 4. Students will work collaboratively on guided and independent practice problems on white boards. Teacher will assess. 1 Standards-Based Weekly Lesson Plan for Course/Content Area Instructor: PJ Williams Content Area: Algebra 1 Periods 1,3,4,6 Room: 241 Week: 21 Dates: 1/31-2/4, 2011 TEST Friday 5.1,5.3,5.4,5.6 5.4 P 283 4-9, 11, 12 due Wednesday PQ 1 PQ 1 P 270 1-10 due Wednesday 5.6 5.6 p 295 1-7, 9-11 Due Thursday. Interim practice sheet 1 due Wednesday . Interim practice sheet 2 due Friday. I will be tutoring Mondays. and Wednesday and Thursday in room 241 after school until 3:30. CHAPTER TEST FRIDAY sections 5. Double period will work on 5.4 study guide and intervention practice sheet. Collect what they have completed. 6. CLOSURE – Wrap up and answer remaining student questions. Exit Ticket: write equation of line given point ( 3,7 ) and slope -3 Write equation given slope of (5,1) (8,-2) Alternative Instructional Activities and If students who do not understand after the 1 st set of directions, they will Strategies: (anticipating student confusion, please be able to ask other students. I will also ask clarifying and guiding include other strategies to help students who do questions to check for understanding. not understand after the first set of instructional Stress putting the correct number in the correct place. Label x,y. activities and strategies) Homework: (Not a completion of class 5.4 P 283 4-9, 11, 12 activities!) TUESDAY 2/1 5.4 Students will be able to write an equation in slope intercept form given Daily Objective: information from real world problem and then solve the problem with Skills: What the students will be able to do… 70% accuracy by Weds. 1. Do Now Write an equation of in slope intercept form that passes through (3,-2) (6,4). Write an equation in slope intercept form given point (5.3) on line and slope of ½. Student will volunteer to do and explain problem on board. Hand back interim practice test and have students evaluate errors. Collect 2. Homework requests 5.4 3. Teacher will demonstrate and give examples of solving real world Activities and Strategies problems using linear equation in slope intercept form. Do p 282 #3, #4 using guided practice for #4.Students will independent practice #40, then 38,39. 4. Students will work collaboratively and share books on guided and independent practice problems. 5. Double period will finish 5.5 worksheet.- collect. 5. CLOSURE – Wrap up and answer remaining student questions. Alternative Instructional Activities and Strategies: (anticipating student confusion, please Peer Modeling. Tutoring, additional examples. Use coordinate plane to stress include other strategies to help students who do physical representation of slope. Stress the real life value of predicting population not understand after the first set of instructional growth. Stress rise/run when determining slope from a graph. activities and strategies) Homework: finish 5.4 Homework: (Not completion of class activities!) PQ 1 P 270 1-10 Review sheet for interim assessment. WEDNESDAY 2/2 5.6 SWBAT write an equation of the line in slope intercept form that passes through a given point, parallel or perpendicular to a given line with 80% Daily Objective: accuracy by Friday. Students will be able to convert minutes to hours, state Skills: What the students will be able to do… place value,write algebraic expression, find area of square, estimate length in a diagram, find unequal angles given parallel lines. (interim assessment questions) 1. Do Now –– slope, finding equation in slope intercept. 2. Homework requests: Review sheet for interim assessment. 3 . Teacher will relate previous concepts from this week to writing equations Activities and Strategies of line parallel or perpendicular given a point and another equations. Stress that we have done this procedure this week, except that parallel lines have same slope and perpendiculars are opposite reciprocals. Demonstrate what parallel lines look like and ask what students think is the relationship. Have 2 Standards-Based Weekly Lesson Plan for Course/Content Area Instructor: PJ Williams Content Area: Algebra 1 Periods 1,3,4,6 Room: 241 Week: 21 Dates: 1/31-2/4, 2011 TEST Friday 5.1,5.3,5.4,5.6 5.4 P 283 4-9, 11, 12 due Wednesday PQ 1 PQ 1 P 270 1-10 due Wednesday 5.6 5.6 p 295 1-7, 9-11 Due Thursday. Interim practice sheet 1 due Wednesday . Interim practice sheet 2 due Friday. I will be tutoring Mondays. and Wednesday and Thursday in room 241 after school until 3:30. CHAPTER TEST FRIDAY sections student note that slopes of perpendicular lines are opposite, one line goes down other goes up. Have students do guided and independent practice. 6. Double period does 5.6 worksheet. 5. CLOSURE – Wrap up and answer remaining student questions and have students state procedure for writing linear equation parallel or perpendicular to given line through given point. Alternative Instructional Activities and Strategies: (anticipating student confusion, please Peer Modeling. Tutoring, additional examples. Stress rise over run when graphing. Stress negative and positive slopes and how line should rise or decline and relation to include other strategies to help students who do perpendicular lines. Stress that perpendicular slopes are two changes- change sign and not understand after the first set of instructional take reciprocal. Some students think they are always negative. activities and strategies) Homework: Homework: (Not a completion of class 5.6 p 295 1-7, 9-11 activities!) THURSDAY 2/3 REVIEW SWBAT find slope, write and graph linear equations in slope intercept, transform equation in standard form to slope intercept form and model real world data with an equation in slope intercept form with 80% accuracy on Daily Objective: test tomorrow. Students will be able to convert minutes to hours, state place Skills: What the students will be able to do… value,write algebraic expression, find area of square, estimate length in a diagram, find unequal angles given parallel lines. (interim assessment questions) 1. Do Now – write an equation perpendicular to y = 4x + 6 through (1.1) 2. Homework requests: 5.6 and review for interim assessment. 3. Students work on second interim assessment practice sheet as teacher Activities and Strategies assists and assesses. 4. Double period finish 5.6 practice sheet 5. CLOSURE – Wrap up and answer remaining student questions. Exit Alternative Instructional Activities and Strategies: (anticipating student confusion, please Peer Modeling. Tutoring, additional examples. Stress putting x and y in proper include other strategies to help students who do place. Always write form first and then fill in. Be careful of signs. Use calculator if not understand after the first set of instructional necessary especially when fractions are involved. activities and strategies) Homework: (Not a completion of class Study for test. activities!) FRIDAY 2/4 TEST TEST After test if finished early Students will be able to convert minutes to hours, Daily Objective: state place value,write algebraic expression, find area of square, estimate Skills: What the students will be able to do… length in a diagram, find unequal angles given parallel lines. (interim assessment questions) 1. TEST Activities and Strategies 2. Students work on interim assessment practice sheet. 3. Teacher assists students working on interim assessment problems. Alternative Instructional Activities and Strategies: (anticipating student confusion, please include other strategies to help students who do Peer Modeling. Tutoring, additional examples, peer tutoring. not understand after the first set of instructional activities and strategies) Homework: (Not a completion of class Interim practice sheet # 3 activities!) 3 Standards-Based Weekly Lesson Plan for Course/Content Area Instructor: PJ Williams Content Area: Algebra 1 Periods 1,3,4,6 Room: 241 Week: 21 Dates: 1/31-2/4, 2011 TEST Friday 5.1,5.3,5.4,5.6 5.4 P 283 4-9, 11, 12 due Wednesday PQ 1 PQ 1 P 270 1-10 due Wednesday 5.6 5.6 p 295 1-7, 9-11 Due Thursday. Interim practice sheet 1 due Wednesday . Interim practice sheet 2 due Friday. I will be tutoring Mondays. and Wednesday and Thursday in room 241 after school until 3:30. CHAPTER TEST FRIDAY sections 4

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