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```					                                                                     Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                         MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                          ASSESSMENT                              CONCEPTS               LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                  EXPECTATION
Standards
2.1     MA 1    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 01.Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships              Teacher made test that evaluates,     basic math operations        MC       80%
3.2     MA 5    among number systems and compute fluently.                                         through constructed response items,
Order of Operations
A. Perform basic math operations                                                   basic math operations to include
4.1             B. Use Order of operations.                                                        positive and negative integers,       Properties of Real Number
C. Demonstrate properties of the real number system by diagramming the             decimals, and order of operations.    Systems
systems, displaying differences of the systems and give examples and non-          (see attached)                        Number Systems
examples
Integers
D. Compute with Positive and negative integers.
basic math operations        CR
number & operations
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include positive and negative integers, decimals, and the order of operations.
Students will fill in and balance a fictional checkbook
GLE Code(s)
MA/1/1/B/10         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                           RESOURCES                             CORRECTIONS                     ENRICHMENTS                 SPECIAL NEEDS
MA/1/2/D/10
Direct instruction, lecture,        Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail
independent practice.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                             ASSESSMENT                               CONCEPTS          LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                               EXPECTATION
Standards
2.7     MA 1    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 03. Apply the properties of exponents. A. Apply properties         Teacher made test that evaluates,     exponents and roots      CR       70%
3.2     MA 5    of positive and negative exponents. B. Express numbers in scientific notation. C.   through constructed response items,
scientific notation
Determine square numbers and square roots. D. Convert between metric                applying properties of positive and
3.6             measurements.                                                                       negative exponents, expressing        metric measurements
numbers in scientific notation,       number & operations
determining square numbers and
square roots, and converting          metric measurement
between metric measurements..
(see attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include evaluating exponents, expressing numbers in scientific notation,
determining square roots, and converting between metric measurements.
GLE Code(s)
MA/1/1/C/10         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                             RESOURCES                            CORRECTIONS                     ENRICHMENTS             SPECIAL NEEDS
Lecture, cooperative learning,        Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail
discovery, independent practice.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                              ASSESSMENT                                CONCEPTS                  LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                         EXPECTATION
Standards
1.4     MA 2    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 05. Use various formulas and apply geometric relationships.        Teacher made test that evaluates,       variables and uses               MC       70%
2.1             A. Evaluate algebraic and numerical expressions.                                    through constructed response items,
measurement formulas             CR
B. Identify the formulas for perimter, circumference, and area of various shapes.   evaluating algebraic and numerical
3.4             C. Use the formulas for various shapes.                                             expressions, identifying the formulas   3-dimensional representations
3.5             D. Employ the areas of known shapes to determine the area of odd shapes             for perimter, circumference, and area   geometric & spatial
E. Determine the effect on surface area or volume by changing a measurement.        of various shapes, using the            relationships
F. Recognize and draw three-dimensional representations.                            formulas for various shapes, and
algebraic relationships
employing the areas of known
shapes to determine the area of odd     measurement
shapes. (see attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include evaluating algebraic and numerical expressions, identifying the formulas
for perimter, circumference and area of various shapes, using the formulas for
various shapes, and employing the areas of known shapes to determine the area
of odd shapes.

Students will measure the circumference and diameter of various circular objects,
then use these measurements to figure pi.
GLE Code(s)
MA/3/1/B/11         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                             RESOURCES                            CORRECTIONS                       ENRICHMENTS                     SPECIAL NEEDS
MA/3/4/A/11
Lecture, group discussion,           Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail
cooperative learning, independent
practice.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                              ASSESSMENT                               CONCEPTS             LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                   EXPECTATION
Standards
3.2     MA 1    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 06. Demonstrate the ability to write and solve one-variable        Teacher made test that evaluates,       one variable equations     CR       70%
3.5             equations. A. Identify the difference between an expression and an equation. B.     through constructed response items,
equations
Solve one step equations. C. Solve multi-step equations. D. Identify the            identifies the difference between an
definitions and concepts involved in equations. E. Write and solve equations from   expression and an equation, solve       algebraic relationships
word problems.                                                                      one step equations, solve multi-step
equations, identify the definitions and
concepts involved in equations, write
and solve equations from word
problems. (see attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include identifying the difference between an expression and an equation, solving
one step equations, solving multi-step equations, identifying the definitions and
concepts involved in equations, writing and solving equations from word problems.
…
GLE Code(s)
MA/2/2/A/08         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                            RESOURCES                             CORRECTIONS                      ENRICHMENTS                SPECIAL NEEDS
Lecture, independent practice,       Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail
teacher demonstration of "SPIT"
method.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                         MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                                    ASSESSMENT                                  CONCEPTS            LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                             EXPECTATION
Standards
1.10    MA 1    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 07. Determine the probability of various events.                          Teacher made test that evaluates,         probability                 CR       70%
1.6     MA 3    A. Identify definitions of terms related to proportions and probability.                   through constructed response items,
experimental probability    PE
B. Write and compare ratios.                                                               identifies definitions of terms related
3.2     MA 4    C. Write and solve proportions.                                                            to proportions and probability, write     ratios
3.3     MA 6    D. Determine theoretical and experimental probability of a single event.                   and compare ratios, write and solve       Proportions
4.1             E. Determine theoretical and experimental probability of multiple events                   proportions, determine theoretical
and experimental probability of a         theoretical probability
single event, determine theoretical       fractions
and experimental probability of
multiple event. (see attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include identifying definitions of terms related to proportions and probability, writing
and comparing ratios, writing and solving proportions, determining theoretical and
experimental probability of a single event, determining theoretical and
experimental probability of multiple event.

Students will experiment with flipping coins, rolling dice, drawing cards, and
shooting baskets to se the difference between experimental probability and
theoretical probability.
GLE Code(s)
MA/1/3/E/10         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                                RESOURCES                                 CORRECTIONS                        ENRICHMENTS                SPECIAL NEEDS
MA/5/4/B/10
Lecture, group discussion,              Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail
independent practice, authentic
instruction.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                               ASSESSMENT                                CONCEPTS            LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                    EXPECTATION
Standards
1.10            LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 08. Graph the solution to two variable equations and use            Teacher made test that evaluates,       algebraic relationships             70%
2.1     MA 2    transformations on objects.                                                          through constructed response items,
transformations
A. Identify the parts of the cartesian coordinate system.                            identifies the parts of the cartesian
2.7     MA 4    B. Plot points on a graph.                                                           coordinate system, plot points on a     slope
C. Determine the slope from given lines or points.                                   graph, determine the slope from         intercepts
D. Graph an equation using the table method.                                         given lines or points, graph an
E. Graph an equation using slope intercept form.                                     equation using the table method,        two variable eqautions     PE
F. Graph an equation using the x and y intercepts.                                   graph an equation using slope           graphing
G. Apply translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations                         intercept form, graph an equation
using the x and y intercepts. (see      equations
attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include identifying the parts of the cartesian coordinate system, plotting points,
determining slope, and graphing two variable equations using different methods.
Students will plot points and connect the dots to discover a picture.
Students will then create a picture on their own and write the directions for
someone else to create it.
GLE Code(s)
MA/3/3/A/09         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                             RESOURCES                             CORRECTIONS                       ENRICHMENTS               SPECIAL NEEDS

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                                ASSESSMENT                               CONCEPTS              LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                      EXPECTATION
Standards
1.6     MA 1    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 09. Solve percent problems.                                          Teacher made test that evaluates,       percents                    CR       70%
2.7     MA 4    A. Solve percents using proportions or an equation.                                   through constructed response items,
number & operations
B. Convert between fractions, decimals, and percents                                  solving of percents using proportions
3.3             C. Figure the percent of a number.                                                    or an equation, convert between         fraction/decimal/percent
3.4             D. Determine percent change.                                                          fractions, decimals, and percents,      conversion
E. Solve real-life problems (simple and compound interest, wholesale, retail, sales   figure the percent of a number,         fractions
tax...).                                                                              determine percent change, and real-
life problems (simple and compound
interest, wholesale, retail...) (see
attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include solving percents using proportions or an equation, converting between
fractions, decimals, and percents, figuring the percent of a number, determining
percent change, and solving real-life problems (simple and compound interest,
wholesale, retail...)
GLE Code(s)
MA/1/1/B/06         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                             RESOURCES                              CORRECTIONS                       ENRICHMENTS                SPECIAL NEEDS
MA/1/1/B/08
Lecture, group discussion,            Ben Nail. Text book, calculators, teacher-
instruction.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                         MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                                 ASSESSMENT                                CONCEPTS          LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                      EXPECTATION
Standards
LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 10. Use the properties of triangles                                     Teacher made test that evaluates,        geometric & spatial     CR       70%
1.6             A. Identify the parts of triangles.                                                      through constructed response items,      relationships
B. Classify various triangles by their sides and angles.                                 identifying the parts of triangles,      triangles
MA 2    C. Determine missing angles.                                                             classifying various triangles by their
Pythagorean Theorem
D. Write the Pythagorean theorem.                                                        sides and angles, determining
E. Use the Pythagorean theorem to determine the missing side of a right triangle.        missing angles, writing the              Angles
pythagorean theorem, and using the
pythagorean theorem to determine
the missing side of a right triangle.
(see attached)
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Ben Nail. Students will participate in guided practice
activities which include identifying the parts of triangles, classifying various
triangles by their sides and angles, determining missing angles, writing the
Pythagorean theorem, and using the Pythagorean theorem to determine the
missing side of a right triangle.
Students will perform the triangle activity to prove that all angles of a triangle add
up to 180 degrees.
Students will use resources to prove the pythagorean theorem.
GLE Code(s)
MA/3/1/A/09         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                                RESOURCES                               CORRECTIONS                       ENRICHMENTS            SPECIAL NEEDS
Lecture, teacher demonstration,         Teacher-made worksheets, B. Nail.
independent practice.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                             ASSESSMENT                              CONCEPTS          LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                              EXPECTATION
Standards
MA 4    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 11. Solve systems of equations in two variables.                   Teacher made test that evaluates,     systems of equations    CR       70%
MA 5    A. Solve by graphing.                                                               through constructed response items,
number & operations
B. Solve by substitution.                                                           including solving by graphing,
D. Solve by multiplication then addition.                                           attached)                             equations
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include solving systems of equations using the different methods
Students will work in cooperative groups with examples of each method for solving
similar equations
GLE Code(s)
MA/2/2/D/09         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                            RESOURCES                             CORRECTIONS                     ENRICHMENTS            SPECIAL NEEDS
Lecture, teacher demonstration,      Teacher made tests, B. Nail
cooperative learning.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                        MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                                ASSESSMENT                               CONCEPTS          LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                                                   EXPECTATION
Standards
MA 4    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 12. Apply the concepts of factoring.                                  Teacher made test that evaluates,       factoring               CR       70%
MA 5    A. Identify prime numbers, multiples, LCM, and GCF.                                    through constructed response items,
primes                  MC
B. Find the prime factors of a number.                                                 identifying prime numbers, multiples,
1.10            C. Simplify polynomials by factoring.                                                  LCM, and GCF, finding the prime         number & operations
3.1                                                                                                    factors of a number, and simplifying    Factors
4.1                                                                                                    polynomials by factoring
multiples
LEARNING ACTIVITY: Students will participate in guided practice activities which
include identifying prime numbers, multiples, LCM, and GCF, finding the prime
factors of a number, and simplifying polynomials by factoring.
Class activity "breaking down" which is an activity involving taking certain puzzles
apart instead of putting them together.
GLE Code(s)
MA/1/1/D/08         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                           RESOURCES                                 CORRECTIONS                       ENRICHMENTS            SPECIAL NEEDS
Lecture, teacher demonstration of     Teacher made tests, B. Nail
diagrams and lists.

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Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                      MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                     ASSESSMENT                CONCEPTS         LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                      EXPECTATION
Standards
1.6     MA 4    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 2 Demonstrate an understanding of patterns, relations, and                       Patterns
3.5             functions. Classify objects and representations:
Explicit functions
A. Compare and contrast various forms of representations of patterns(such as
numerical, pictorial, graphs, tables)                                                             Recursive functions
C. Generalize patterns using explicitly or recursively defined functions
LEARNING ACTIVITY:
GLE Code(s)
MA/2/1/B/11        INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                          RESOURCES                        CORRECTIONS     ENRICHMENTS             SPECIAL NEEDS
MA/2/1/C/11
Ben Nail

Monday, June 06, 2005                                                            Page 11 of 12
Grade: 11 Applied Algebra B (11)
Course Curriculum Report

Alignment with                       MEASURABLE LEARNER OBJECTIVES                                         ASSESSMENT               CONCEPTS           LEVEL OF
Show-Me                                                                                                                                            EXPECTATION
Standards
3.1     MA 4    LOCAL OBJECTIVE: 4 Describe and use mathematical manipulation:                                         Inverse of Functions
4.1             A. Describe and use algebraic manipulations, including inverse of functions,
Algebraic Manipulation
composition of functions and rules of exponenets.
Exponents
Functions
LEARNING ACTIVITY:
GLE Code(s)
MA/2/2/B/11         INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD                             RESOURCES                         CORRECTIONS     ENRICHMENTS              SPECIAL NEEDS
Ben Nail

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