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```					                            Lesson Plan Form—Middle School
Teacher: Mark Zweig                       Week of (Dates): September 28 – October 2, 2009
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Unit from EBRPSS Curriculum: Unit 2: Computation with Fractions, Decimals, & Proportions
Date     Instructional Outlines of Lesson and Materials
 Objectives swbt solve problems using variables and understand expressions/equations
 GLEs: 3. Solve order of operations problems involving grouping symbols and multiple
operations (N-4-M)
 Agenda Bell Ringer- review br- Lesson – Workbook - Closure
Bell Ringer and Anticipatory Set (5-10 minutes):
(GLE #5, 11)
7. Which is the better buy?         Why?
1
2-liter bottles of Orange Crush!                               2 -liter bottles of
Mon.                                                                            Orange Crush!
Sept.28,             4 for \$4.99                                               \$1.99 per 8-pack
2009
(B Day)    Hook Power Point “Integers Day 1”

Teacher Instruction/Input (20 minutes):
FINISH FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
From textbook (Use note taking guide) Lesson 1.2

Modeling (10 minutes):

Your turn Now Problems for Modeling

Check for Understanding (On-Going):

Guided Practice and Interaction with Material(Reference # and Name of Activities from
Curriculum) (40 minutes):

Using Student Workbook do Odd Problems Lesson 1.2

Closure (10 minutes) :

What are the rules/steps in solving for variables in expressions?

Home Learning Assignment/Independent Practice:

Lesson 1.2 Even Problems for homework in Workbook
Accommodations/Modifications:

students will work in groups – calculators given to both students requiring these modifications – auditory
and visual strategies – any test questions read aloud as needed

Technology Integration:
ELMO allows student participation and student directed learning strategy
Electronic interactive textbook
Materials Needed:
text projection equipment – computer
Assessment (formal/informal):
Formal: Homework and worksheets
Informal: inter-actives in games and modeling
Instructional Outlines of Lesson and Materials
 Objectives swbt solve problems using mental math and understand
expressions/equations
 GLEs: 3. Solve order of operations problems involving grouping symbols and multiple
operations (N-4-M)
 Agenda Bell Ringer- review br- Lesson – Workbook - Closure

Bell Ringer and Anticipatory Set (5-10 minutes):
In 8-11, use the data below. The table shows the all-time top 10 American movies in terms of earnings.
Rank                                 Title                                     Earnings
(year released)                               (in millions)
1                    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)                         \$399.8
2                          Jurassic Park (1993)                                 356.8
3                            Star Wars (1977)                                   322.0
4                          The Lion King (1993)                                 310.1
5                          Forrest Gump (1993)                                  300.6
6                           Home Alone (1990)                                   285.5
7                       Return of the Jedi (1982)                               263.0
8                              Jaws (1975)                                      260.0
9                             Batman (1989)                                     251.2
10                    Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)                            242.4
Total Earnings                                   \$2991.4
Source:Variety,Feb.20-26,1915, as found in the The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1996.
September 29. 2009

Ed.Robert Famighetti. Mahwa, New Jersey: Funk and Wagnalls, 1995. p. 250.
Tuesday

(A day)

(GLE #9, #7)
8. Would an estimated answer be sufficient to compare the earnings of E.T. The
Extra-Terrestrial and Raiders of the Lost Ark compare? Explain.
Hook Power Point “Decimals Day 2”

Teacher Instruction/Input (20 minutes):
FINISH FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
From textbook (Use note taking guide) Lesson 1.5
Modeling (10 minutes):
Your turn Now Problems for Modeling
Check for Understanding (On-Going):
Guided Practice and Interaction with Material(Reference # and Name of Activities from
Curriculum) (40 minutes):
Using Student Workbook do Odd Problems Lesson 1.5
Closure (10 minutes) :
What are the rules/steps in solving with mental math in expressions?
Home Learning Assignment/Independent Practice:
Lesson 1.5 Even Problems for homework in Workbook
Accommodations/Modifications:
students will work in groups – calculators given to both students requiring these modifications – auditory
and visual strategies – any test questions read aloud as needed

Technology Integration:
ELMO allows student participation and student directed learning strategy
Electronic interactive textbook
Materials Needed:
text projection equipment – computer
Assessment (formal/informal):
Formal: Homework and worksheets
Informal: inter-actives in games and modeling
Instructional Outlines of Lesson and Materials
 Objectives swbt solve problems using exponents
 GLEs: 3. Solve order of operations problems involving grouping symbols and multiple
operations (N-4-M)
Agenda Bell Ringer- review br- Lesson – Workbook - Closure
Bell Ringer and Anticipatory Set (5-10 minutes):
In 8-11, use the data below. The table shows the all-time top 10 American movies in terms of earnings.
Rank                                 Title                                     Earnings
(year released)                               (in millions)
1                    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)                         \$399.8
2                          Jurassic Park (1993)                                 356.8
3                            Star Wars (1977)                                   322.0
4                          The Lion King (1993)                                 310.1
5                          Forrest Gump (1993)                                  300.6
6                           Home Alone (1990)                                   285.5
7                       Return of the Jedi (1982)                               263.0
8                              Jaws (1975)                                      260.0
9                             Batman (1989)                                     251.2
10                    Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)                            242.4
Total Earnings                                   \$2991.4
Source:Variety,Feb.20-26,1915, as found in the The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1996.
Ed.Robert Famighetti. Mahwa, New Jersey: Funk and Wagnalls, 1995. p. 250.
(GLE #9)
September 30, 2009

9. Write an estimate in fraction form that compares the earnings between Forrest
Wednesday

Gump to the total earnings from the top 10 movies.
(B day)

Hook Power Point “Ratios and proportions Day 3”

Teacher Instruction/Input (20 minutes):
FINISH FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
From textbook (Use note taking guide) Lesson 1.3

Modeling (10 minutes):
Your turn Now Problems for Modeling

Check for Understanding (On-Going):
Guided Practice and Interaction with Material(Reference # and Name of Activities from
Curriculum) (40 minutes):
Using Student Workbook do Odd Problems Lesson 1.3
Closure (10 minutes) :
What are the rules/steps in solving exponents?
Home Learning Assignment/Independent Practice:
Lesson 1.3 Even Problems for homework in Workbook
Accommodations/Modifications:
students will work in groups – calculators given to both students requiring these modifications – auditory
and visual strategies – any test questions read aloud as needed
Technology Integration:
ELMO allows student participation and student directed learning strategy
Electronic interactive textbook
Materials Needed:
text projection equipment – computer
Assessment (formal/informal):
Formal: Homework and worksheets
Informal: inter-actives in games and modeling
Instructional Outlines of Lesson and Materials
 Objectives swbt solve problems using ORDER OF OPERATIONS
 GLEs: 3. Solve order of operations problems involving grouping symbols and multiple
operations (N-4-M)
Agenda Bell Ringer- review br- Lesson – Workbook - Closure

Bell Ringer and Anticipatory Set (5-10 minutes):
In 8-11, use the data below. The table shows the all-time top 10 American movies in terms of earnings.
Rank                                 Title                                     Earnings
(year released)                               (in millions)
1                    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)                         \$399.8
2                          Jurassic Park (1993)                                 356.8
3                            Star Wars (1977)                                   322.0
4                          The Lion King (1993)                                 310.1
5                          Forrest Gump (1993)                                  300.6
6                           Home Alone (1990)                                   285.5
7                       Return of the Jedi (1982)                               263.0
8                              Jaws (1975)                                      260.0
9                             Batman (1989)                                     251.2
10                    Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)                            242.4
Total Earnings                                   \$2991.4
Source:Variety,Feb.20-26,1915, as found in the The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1996.
Ed.Robert Famighetti. Mahwa, New Jersey: Funk and Wagnalls, 1995. p. 250.
October 1, 2009

Hook Power Point “Order of Operations Day 4”
Thursday

(A day)

Teacher Instruction/Input (20 minutes):
FINISH FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
From textbook (Use note taking guide) Lesson 1.4
Modeling (10 minutes):
Your turn Now Problems for Modeling

Check for Understanding (On-Going):
Guided Practice and Interaction with Material(Reference # and Name of Activities from
Curriculum) (40 minutes):
Using Student Workbook do Odd Problems Lesson 1.4

Closure (10 minutes) :
What are the rules/steps in solving order of operations expressions?

Home Learning Assignment/Independent Practice:
Lesson 1.4 Even Problems for homework in Workbook

Accommodations/Modifications:
students will work in groups – calculators given to both students requiring these modifications – auditory
and visual strategies – any test questions read aloud as needed

Technology Integration:
ELMO allows student participation and student directed learning strategy
Electronic interactive textbook
Materials Needed:
text projection equipment – computer
Assessment (formal/informal):
Formal: Homework and worksheets
Informal: inter-actives in games and modeling
Instructional Outlines of Lesson and Materials
 Objectives swbt solve problems using variables and understand expressions/equations
 GLEs: 3. Solve order of operations problems involving grouping symbols and multiple
operations (N-4-M)
Agenda Bell Ringer- review br- Lesson – Workbook – Closure

Bell Ringer and Anticipatory Set (5-10 minutes):
In 8-11, use the data below. The table shows the all-time top 10 American movies in terms of earnings.
Rank                                  Title                                 Earnings
(year released)                          (in millions)
1                    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)                     \$399.8
2                          Jurassic Park (1993)                             356.8
3                            Star Wars (1977)                               322.0
4                          The Lion King (1993)                             310.1
5                          Forrest Gump (1993)                              300.6
6                           Home Alone (1990)                               285.5
7                        Return of the Jedi (1982)                          263.0
8                               Jaws (1975)                                 260.0
9                              Batman (1989)                                251.2
10                     Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)                        242.4
Total Earnings                              \$2991.4
Source:Variety,Feb.20-26,1915, as found in the The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1996.
Ed.Robert Famighetti. Mahwa, New Jersey: Funk and Wagnalls, 1995. p. 250.
(GLE #11)
11. Write an estimate that compares the earnings of Star Wars to the total
earnings from the top 10 movies.
October 2, 2009

Hook Power Point “Solving Proportions Day 5”
(B day)
Friday

Teacher Instruction/Input (20 minutes):
FINISH FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
From textbook (Use note taking guide) Lesson 1.2

Modeling (10 minutes):
Your turn Now Problems for Modeling

Check for Understanding (On-Going):
Guided Practice and Interaction with Material(Reference # and Name of Activities from
Curriculum) (40 minutes):
Using Student Workbook do Odd Problems Lesson 1.2

Closure (10 minutes) :
What are the rules/steps in solving for variables in expressions?
Home Learning Assignment/Independent Practice:
Lesson 1.2 Even Problems for homework in Workbook
Accommodations/Modifications:
students will work in groups – calculators given to both students requiring these modifications – auditory
and visual strategies – any test questions read aloud as needed
Technology Integration:
ELMO allows student participation and student directed learning strategy
Electronic interactive textbook
Materials Needed:
text projection equipment – computer
Assessment (formal/informal):
Formal: Homework and worksheets
Informal: inter-actives in games and modeling
FRIDAY CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE GAME
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Class Hour:_____________ Date:__________________

Group Members: _________________ ___________________ ___________________ _________________

PROBLEM:                 (80 POINTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

(GLE #10, #7)
6. So far this year, the University of North Carolina Tar Heels, a college
basketball team, has won 22 games and lost 5 games.

A. Write a ratio of games won to games played.

B. Write a ratio of games won to games lost.

C. What percent of their games did the Tar Heels win?

D. What percent of their games did the Tar Heels lose?

5 points each problem (A,B,C,D) for writing anything in math (trying)                 (20 TOTAL)
10 points for correct answers to A and 10 for B                                       (20 TOTAL)
10 points for correct answers in parts C and in Part D                                 (20 TOTAL)
10 points for correct work in parts C and in Part D                                    (20 TOTAL)

TOTAL possible 80 Points….YOUR SCORE ____________

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