# � Chapter 1: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities by QSKwBT

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Curriculum Map
Course Title: Algebra II                                                                  Quarter: 1              Academic Year: 2012-2013
Essential Questions for this Quarter:
1.   What Algebra I skills are required to be successful in this course?
2.   How can equations and inequalities be used to model real world situations?
3.   How would you determine which representation would be appropriate for a given event?
4.   When are inequalities more appropriate than equations in describing a situation?
5.   What makes an answer reasonable?

Unit/Time Frame            Standards                 Content                           Skills                    Assessment          Resources

Chapter 1:                State            Variables                           To identify and describe         Textbook          USA Test Prep
Expressions,               Standards                                             patterns                         Assignments
Equations, and             A2.1.1e          Solving Equations and               To identify and order real                         Power Point
Inequalities               A2.1.2e          Inequalities                         numbers                          Worksheet         Presentations
A2.1.4a
1.1 Patterns and                                                                To identify properties of real   Assignments
Expressions            A2.1.4b          Absolute Values
A2.1.8a                                               numbers
1.2 Properties of Real
A2.1.8b                                              To evaluate and simplify         Notebooks         Textbook
Numbers                A2.1.8c          Functions                            expressions                                        Prentice-Hall
1.3 Algebraic              A2.2.4a                                              To employ order of operations    Section Quizzes   Algebra II
Expressions            A2.2.4b          Linear Models                       To solve equations                                 Foundation
1.* Order of Operations    A2.2.4c                                              To solve problems by writing     Quizzes           Series 2011
1.4 Solving Equations      A2.2.4d          Transformations                      equations                                          Edition
1.* Problem Solving        A2.1.6a                                                                                Tests
A2.1.6b                                              To solve proportional
Unit                                                                                                                                Textbook
A2.1.6c                                               equations
1.* Proportional                                                                                                  Oral Responses    Holt-McDougal
A2.2.1a                                              To solve and graph
Reasoning (2.2, 2011                                                                                                                Algebra II
A2.2.1b                                               inequalities
Edition from Holt)                                                                                                Observations      Concepts and
1.5 Solving
A2.2.1c                                              To write and solve compound                        Skills 2010 Edition
A2.2.1d                                               inequalities
Inequalities-Part 1
Compound                                                                        To write and solve equations                       Textbook
Standards for                                         and inequalities involving
Inequalities-Part 2        Mathematical                                                                                             Dolciani The
1.6 Absolute Value                                                               absolute values                                    Classic 2000
Practice                                             To graph relations
Equations-Part 1           SMP 1-8                                                                                                  Edition
Absolute Value                                                                  To identify functions
Inequalities-Part 2                                                             To write and evaluate                              ADP Core 40
functions                                          Algebra II Item
   To write and interpret direct                      Sampler
variation equations
Franklin County Community School Corporation - Brookville, Indiana
Curriculum Map
Course Title: Algebra II                                                                   Quarter: 1              Academic Year: 2012-2013
Essential Questions for this Quarter:
1.   What Algebra I skills are required to be successful in this course?
2.   How can equations and inequalities be used to model real world situations?
3.   How would you determine which representation would be appropriate for a given event?
4.   When are inequalities more appropriate than equations in describing a situation?
5.   What makes an answer reasonable?

Unit/Time Frame           Standards                 Content                             Skills                   Assessment         Resources

Chapter 2:                 Common Core                                           To write linear functions and
Functions, Equations,      Standards                                              equations for lines
and Graphs                 CC.9-                                                 To write equations of lines
2.1 Relations and          12.A.CED.1                                            To graph equations of lines
Functions-Parts 1 and      CC.9-                                                 To write equations of parallel
2 (Function Notation)      12.A.CED.2                                             and perpendicular lines
2.2 Direct Variation-      CC.9-
   To write linear equations that
Graph by Ordered           12.A.CED.3
model real-world data
Pairs                      CC.9-
   To make predictions from
2.3 Linear Functions       12.A.CED.4
linear models
and Slope-Intercept        CC.9-
12.A.REI.1                                            To graph absolute value
Form (inc. Graphing)                                                              functions
2.4 More Linear            CC.9-
12.A.REI.3                                            To graph 2-variable
Equations- Part 1 and
CC.9-                                                  inequalities
Part 2
2.5 Using Linear           12.A.REI.12
Models                     CC.9-12.F.IF.1
2.7 Absolute Value         CC.9-12.F.IF.2
Functions and Graphs       CC.9-12.F.IF.5
(from Holt 4.6)            CC.9-12.F.IF.6
2.8 Two Variable           CC.9-12.F.IF.9
Inequalities (Graphing)
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