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GLCE/HSCE   Item   Discipline      Standard       Trimester/ Quarter     BULLETED GRADE               Chapts         Assessments          Sample Test    REPORT     Resources
2008     Type                                      (& month)           LEVEL CONTENT                                                    Question       CARD   (movies, books,
ALGEBRA I                                                               EXPECTATIONS (with                                                              CATEGORY     United
some Explanations)                                                                      Streaming, etc.)

L1.1.1           Algebra I       Number            September              Know the different          1      Chapt I Test, Evaluation
Systems and                              properties that hold in              Chapt. 2, Evaluation
Number Sense                           different number systems                Chapt. 3, Chapt. 4
and recognize that the                Common Assessment,
applicable properties                Chapt. 5 Common
change in the transition              Assessment, Chapter 6
from the positive integers              Test, Chapt. 8 Common
to all integers, to the             Assessment, Chapt. 9
rational numbers, and to               Common Assessment,
the real numbers.                 Chapt. 10 Common
Assessment, Chapt. 12
Common Assessment,
Chapter 13 Common
Assessment, 1st
Semester Exam, 2nd
Semester

L1.1.3           Algebra I       Number            September               Explain how the            1
Systems and                           properties of associativity,
Number Sense                                commutativity, and
distributivity, as well as
identity and inverse
elements, are used in
arithmetic and algebraic
calculations.

L1.1.2           Algebra I       Number              October              Explain why the            2.7
Systems and                           multiplicative inverse of a
Number Sense                             number has the same
sign as the number, while
number has the opposite
sign.

A1.1.1           Algebra I     Construction,         October         Give a verbal description       2.9
Interpretation                         of an expression that is
and                                presented in symbolic
Manipulation                          form, write an algebraic
of Expressions                         expression from a verbal
description, and evaluate
expressions given values
of the variables.

L1.1.3           Algebra I       Number              October               Explain how the            3
Systems and                           properties of associativity,
Number Sense                                commutativity, and
distributivity, as well as
identity and inverse
elements, are used in
arithmetic and algebraic
calculations.

L1.1.5           Algebra I       Number              October             Justify numerical            3
Systems and                                relationships.
Number Sense

L1.1.2           Algebra I       Number              October              Explain why the            3.1
Systems and                           multiplicative inverse of a
Number Sense                             number has the same
sign as the number, while
number has the opposite
sign.

L1.1.2           Algebra I       Number              October              Explain why the            3.2
Systems and                           multiplicative inverse of a
Number Sense                             number has the same
sign as the number, while
number has the opposite
sign.
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A1.2.8   Algebra I      Solutions of      October    Solve an equation               3.6
Equations and                involving several
Inequatlities                variables (with numerical
or letter coefficients) for a
designated variable.
Justify steps in the
solution.

L2.1.1      Algebra I    Calculation      November   Explain the meaning and         4.7
Using Real and                  uses of weighted
Complex                          averages.
Numbers

A2.1.1   Algebra I      Definitions,      December   Determine whether a             5.2
Representatio                relationship (given in
ns, and                      contextual, symbolic,
Attributes of                tabular, or graphical form)
Functions                    is a function and identify
its domain and range.

A3.4.2   Algebra I      Power             December   Express directly and            5.4
Functions                    inversely proportional
relationships as functions
and recognize their
characteristics.

A2.1.2   Algebra I      Definitions,      December   Read, interpret, and use        5.5
Representatio                function notation and
ns, and                      evaluate a function at a
Attributes of                value in its domain.
Functions
A2.1.3   Algebra I      Definitions,      December   Represent functions in          5.6
Representatio                symbols, graphs, tables,
ns, and                      diagrams, or words and
Attributes of                translate among
Functions                    representations.

A2.3.2   Algebra I      Representatio     December   Describe the tabular            5.6
ns of                        pattern associated with
Functions                    functions having a
constant rate of change
(linear); or variable rates
of change.

A2.1.7   Algebra I      Definitions,      January    Identify and interpret the      6
Representatio                key features of a function
ns, and                      from its graph or its
Attributes of                formula(s).
Functions
A2.3.3   Algebra I      Representatio     January    Write the general               6
ns of                        symbolic forms that
Functions                    characterize each family
of functions.
A2.4.1   Algebra I      Models of Real-   January    Identify the family of          6
World                        function best suited for
Situtations                  modeling a given real-
Using Families               world situation.
of Functions

A2.4.2   Algebra I      Models of Real-   January    Adapt the general               6
World                        symbolic form of a
Situtations                  function to one that fits
Using Families               the specifications of a
of Functions                 given situation by using
the information to replace
arbitrary constants with
numbers.

A2.4.3   Algebra I      Models of Real-   January    Using the adapted               6
World                        general symbolic form,
Situtations                  draw reasonable
of Functions                 situation being modeled.

A3.1.1   Algebra I      Lines and         January    Write the symbolic forms        6
Linear                       of linear functions
Functions                    (standard, point-slope,
and slope-intercept)
given appropriate
information and convert
between forms.
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A3.1.2   Algebra I      Lines and         January      Graph lines (including         6
Linear                         those of the form x = h
Functions                      and y = k) given
appropriate information.

A3.1.3   Algebra I      Lines and         January      Relate the coefficients in     6
Linear                         a linear function to the
Functions                      slope and x- and y-
intercepts of its graph.
A3.1.4   Algebra I      Lines and         January      Find an equation of the        6
Linear                         line parallel or
Functions                      perpendicular to given
line, through a given
point; understand and
use the facts that non-
vertical parallel lines have
equal slopes, and that
non-vertical
perpendicular lines have
slopes that multiply to
give -1.

S2.1.1   Algebra I      Scatterplots      January      Construct a scatterplot for    6.3
and                            a bivariate data set with
Correlation                    appropriate labels and
scales.
S2.1.2   Algebra I      Scatterplots      January      Given a scatterplot,           6.3
and                            identify patterns, clusters,
Correlation                    and outliers. Recognize
no correlation, weak
correlation, and strong
correlation.

A1.2.1   Algebra I      Solutions of      February         Write equations and        7
Equations and                    inequalities with one or
Inequatlities                  two variables to represent
mathematical or applied
situations, and solve.

A1.2.4   Algebra I      Solutions of      February     Solve absolute value           7.6
Equations and                  equations and
Inequatlities                  inequalities and justify
steps in the solution.
A1.2.1   Algebra I      Solutions of       March           Write equations and        8
Equations and                    inequalities with one or
Inequatlities                  two variables to represent
mathematical or applied
situations, and solve.

A1.2.3   Algebra I      Solutions of       March       Solve linear and               8
Inequatlities                  inequalities including
systems of up to three
linear equations with
three unknowns. Justify
steps in the solution, and
formula appropriately.

L1.1.4      Algebra I      Number          March       Describe the reasons for       9
Systems and                     the different effects of
Number Sense                       multiplication by, or
exponentiation of, a
positive number by a
number less than 0, a
number between 0 and 1,
and a number greater
than 1.

L2.1.2      Algebra I    Calculation     March/April     Calculate fluently with      9
Using Real and                   numerical expressions
Complex                     involving exponents; use
Numbers                      the rules of exponents;
evaluate numerical
expressions involving
rational and negative
exponents; transition
easily between roots and
exponents.
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A1.1.2      Algebra I    Construction,    March/April    Know the properties of          9
Interpretation                 exponents and roots and
and                        apply them in algebraic
Manipulation                        expressions.
of Expressions

A1.1.3      Algebra I    Construction,     April/May         Factor algebraic           10
Interpretation                   expressions using, for
and                           example, greatest
Manipulation                  common factor, grouping,
of Expressions                   and the special product
identities.

A1.2.2   Algebra I      Solutions of         May        Associate a given              10.6
Equations and                   equation with a function
Inequatlities                   whose zeros are the
solutions of the equation.

A2.2.1   Algebra I      Operations           May        Combine functions by            12
Transformatio                   multiplication, and
ns with                         division.
Functions
L1.2.4      Algebra I   Representatio      Yearlong     Organize and summarize 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
ns and                       a data set in a table, plot, 6, 7, 8, 9,
Relationships                     chart, or spreadsheet;     10, 11, 12,
find patterns in a display       13
of data; understand and
critique data displays in
the media.

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