VIEWS: 33 PAGES: 9 POSTED ON: 8/11/2011
Teacher: Doris Sears Course: Precalculus CP Period: 2 Date: week of 5-9-11 – 5-13-11 Date: 5-9-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Precalculus CP Lecture Practice Board Smart Board Understanding Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 2 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators Pre-test Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal PC 5.6 – Apply a procedure to evaluate Laboratory Teacher Assessment trigonometric expressions. Equipment Observation Enrichment PC 5.8 – Analyze given information to write a Other: Written Project trigonometric function that models a given Activities: -notes on sine and cosine functions (10 min) Assignment Rubric/ problem situation involving right triangles. Bloom’s -p.439:22-40 even (55 min) Checklist Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): Taxonomy Other: The students will be able to: Homework:p.451:1-11 odd -graph shifted sine and cosine functions: Knowledge Analysis Enabling Skills: Synthesis Technology Critical Comprehension Evaluation Communication Thinking A plicatio Connections Date: 5-10-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Precalculus CP Lecture Practice Board Smart Board Understanding Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 2 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators Pre-test Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal IA3 - Know the definition of sine and cosine Laboratory Teacher Assessment functions based on a right triangle and on a unit Equipment Observation Enrichment circle as a wrapping function. Other: Written Project IA5 - Describe symmetry of graphs of even and odd Activities: p.451:2-10 even (30 min) Assignment Rubric/ functions. Bloom’s Checklist IA1 - Describe parent functions symbolically and -quiz on trigonometric graphs review (55 min) Taxonomy Other: graphically, including y=xn, y = ln x, y=logax, y = -Homework: p.452: 1-9 odd 1/x, y=ex, y = ax, y = sine x and the other Knowledge Analysis trigonometric functions. Enabling Skills: Synthesis Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): Technology Critical Comprehension Evaluation The students will be able to: Communication Thinking Application -graph sine and cosine functions: Connections Date: 5-11-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Precalculus CP Lecture Practice Board Smart Board Understanding Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 2 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators Pre-test Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal PC 1.1 – Communicate knowledge of Laboratory Teacher Assessment algebraic and trigonometric relationships Equipment Observation Enrichment using mathematical terminology Activities: Other: Written Project appropriately. -quiz on trigonometric graphs (60 min) Assignment Rubric/ PC 1.5 – understand algebraic and review for chapter 5 test pp.451-454 Bloom’s Checklist trigonometric relationships using a variety Taxonomy Other: of representations including verbal, Knowledge Analysis graphical, numerical, and symbolic. Enabling Skills: Synthesis PC 1.6 – Understand how algebraic and Technology Critical Comprehension Evaluation trigonometric relationships can be Communication Thinking Applicat on represented in concrete models, pictorial Connections models and diagrams. Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): The students will be able to: -graph sine and cosine functions: Date: 5-12-11 Instructional Independent Resources: Assessment: Strategies: Practice Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Precalculus CP SSR Guided Practice Board Smart Board Understanding Report or Lecture Group Activity Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 2 Discussion Graphic Manipulatives Calculators Pre-test Oral Question/ Journal Organizers Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Writing Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal PC 1.5 – understand algebraic and trigonometric Mapping Laboratory Teacher Assessment relationships using a variety of representations Activities: Equipment Observation Enrichment including verbal, graphical, numerical, and -pp.455-471 (pair work, students select problem, work Other: Written Project symbolic. Assignment Rubric/ and present to class- modeling functions) PC 2.4 – Carry out procedures to algebraically Bloom’s solve equations involving parent functions or Homework: p.454:1-11 – study for ch. 5 test Checklist Taxonomy Other: transformations of parent functions (including y=xn, y = logax, y=ln x, y=1/x, y=ex, y=ax, y= sin x, Knowledge Analysis y= cos x, y= tanx, y= csc x, y=sec x, and y=cot x). Enabling Skills: Synthesis PC 5.6 – Apply a procedure to evaluate Technology Critical Thinking Comprehension Evaluation trigonometric expressions. Communication Connections Application PC 5.8 – Analyze given information to write a trigonometric function that models a given problem situation involving right triangles. Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): The students will be able to: -calculate trigonometric function values from given information Date: 5-13-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Precalculus CP Lecture Practice Board Smart Board Understanding Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 2 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators Pre-test Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal PC 1.1 – Communicate knowledge of Laboratory Teacher Assessment Activities: Equipment Observation Enrichment algebraic and trigonometric relationships -chapter 5 test Other: Written Project using mathematical terminology appropriately. Assignment Rubric/ Enabling Skills: Bloom’s Checklist PC 1.5 – understand algebraic and Taxonomy Technology Critical Other: trigonometric relationships using a variety Communication Thinking of representations including verbal, Connections Knowledge Analysis graphical, numerical, and symbolic. Synthesis PC 1.6 – Understand how algebraic and Comprehension Evaluation trigonometric relationships can be Ap lication represented in concrete models, pictorial models and diagrams. Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): The students will be able to: -solve triangles using the law of sines: -solve problems using law of sines LITERACY S TRATEGIES Book in a Day DR-TA (Directed Reading- QAR (Question-Answer Test-Taking Strategies K-W-L, K-W-L Plus, B-K-W-L- Word Study: How to Learn Thinking Activity) Relationship) PORPE (Predict, Organize, Q Content Vocabulary Through REAP (Read, Encode, Academic Notebooks: Writing Rehearse, Practice, Evaluate) Skimming and Scanning Context Annotate, Ponder) (Main Idea, to Learn (Comprehension/Writing Essays) (Comprehension) Admit Slip: Establishing a Summarizing) RAFT Writing (Role, Inquiry and Research: I-Charts List-Group-Label Purpose for Reading Learning Logs Audience, Format, Topic) GIST (Generating Interactions Book Pass Anticipating Content: Here Compare/Contrast: Discovering Text Highlighting Between Schemata and Texts) Text Structures and Supports and Now, Predict-O-Gram, Story Patterns SPAWN (Special Powers, (Comprehension) Developing Questions for Impressions Questions Game Problem Solving, Alternative Homework Reading: Concept Ladder Anticipation Guide (Comprehension/ Discussion) Viewpoints, What If, Next) Exclusion Brainstorming Word Study: Developing Reciprocal Teaching TAG (Textbook Activity (Comprehension/Writing) Exit Slips Content Vocabulary (Comprehension) Guide) ReQuest Cornell Note-Taking Auditory activities for all classes: Teacher explains concepts, shows videos, students elaborate on problems with peers. Visual activities for all classes: Teacher demonstrates examples on Smartboard or overhead using color, graphics, videos. Kinesthetic activities for all classes: Students use graphing calculators, write problems out in notebook or on Smartboard or overhead, create diagrams, write essays. Teacher: Doris Sears Course: MYP German 4 Period: 3 Date: week of 5-9-11 – 5-13-11 IB German 5 Date: 5-9-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: MYP German 4 Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 3 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal E-1.1-2 Use the target language and the appropriate Laboratory Teacher Assessment behaviors to initiate and sustain Equipment Observation Enrichment conversation. Activities: Other: Written Project E-1.1-4 Use the target language to exchange MYP G4 journal: p.29 part 1 (10 min) Assignment Rubric/ opinions and beliefs with others. -complete job application project (45 min) Bloom’s Checklist E-1.1-7 Use the target language to ask and answer -p.313: A,B (30 min) Taxonomy Other: open-ended questions and to sustain conversation. Knowledge Analysis E-1.2-2 Apply diverse strategies to derive meaning IB G5: self study Synthesis and discern details from authentic target language -paper 2 practice Comprehension Evaluation materials, in both oral and written forms. Application E-1.2-3 Interpret and analyze authentic target- language materials, in both oral and written forms Enabling Skills: E-1.2-4 Understand information on a wide variety Technology Critical of topics that is conveyed in the target Communication Thinking language in paragraph-length and longer oral and Connections written presentations. E-2.2-2 Use the target language to analyze relationships between the products and perspectives of the target culture. Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): The students will be able to: -respond to a reading selection -compose a resume Date: 5-10-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: SSR Independent Overhead Assessment: Technology: Course: MYP German 4 Lecture Practice Board Smart Board Check for Homework Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Understanding Report or Day: A B Period: 3 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators Diagnostic or Essay Writing Graphic Organizers Maps/Charts U.S. Video Pre-test Oral Question/ Standard(s): Mapping Handouts Websites Post Test Answer -same Activities: Laboratory Re-Test Formal Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): MYP G4 journal: p.29 part 2 (10 min) Equipment Teacher Assessment The students will be able to: -p.141 vocabulary (10 min) Other: Observation Enrichment -respond to a reading selection: -p.129-132 (45 min) Written Project -conduct a dialogue: p.p.316: E,F (20 min) Assignment Rubric/ Homework: study vocabulary p.141; p.304:E Checklist Other: IB G5: self study -AP 20-sedond response listening prompts (30 min) Bloom’s Paper 1 evaluate topics and find online news articles Taxonomy relating to Paper 1 (55 min) Knowledge Analysis Enabling Skills: Synthesis Technology Critical Comprehension Evaluation Communication Thinking Application Connections Date: 5-11-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: MYP German 4 Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or Day: A B Period: 3 Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Standard(s): Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ -same Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): Laboratory Teacher Assessment The students will be able to: Equipment Observation Enrichment -define vocabulary: Activities: Other: Written Project -compose a Journal entry MYP G4 journal: Assignment Rubric/ -evaluate job ads -p.141 vocabulary test (20 min) Bloom’s Checklist Taxonomy Other: -pp.135-137 (translate – groups – 30 min) -vocabulary p.150 (10 min) Knowledge Analysis -p.150:F (25 min) Synthesis Homework: study vocabulary Comprehension Evaluation Enabling Skills: Application Technology Critical Communication Thinking Connections Date: 5-12-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: MYP German 4 Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or IB German 5 Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 3 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Standard(s): Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer -same Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal Laboratory Teacher Assessment Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): Equipment Observation Enrichment Activities: The students will be able to: Other: Written Project MYP G4 journal: p.30 part 2 (10 min) -write a letter of application: Assignment Rubric/ -pp.145-148 (translate – groups – 50 min) Bloom’s : Checklist -p.151:H,I (graded assignment - 25 min) Taxonomy Other: IB G5: self study Aspekte textbook: Unit 4 Modul 3 Knowledge Analysis workbook Unit 4 Modul 1 Synthesis -concluding report to MYP 4 Comprehension Evaluation Application Enabling Skills: Technology Critical Communication Thinking Connections Date: 5-13-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: MYP German 4 Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or IB German 5 Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Day: A B Period: 3 Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal Standard(s): Laboratory Teacher Assessment -same Equipment Observation Enrichment Activities: Other: Written Project Assignment Rubric/ Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): MYP G4 journal: students exchange and correct Bloom’s Checklist The students will be able to: Taxonomy Other: -Aspekte videos related to work topics (20 min) -form sentences with prepositions -review all Thema 6 texts (65 min) Knowledge Analysis Homework: study for Thema 6 test Synthesis IB G5: self study Comprehension Evaluation Aspekte textbook: Unit 4 Modul 3 Applicat on workbook Unit 4 Modul 1 -concluding report to MYP 4 Enabling Skills: Technology Critical Communication Thinking Connections LITERACY S TRATEGIES Book in a Day DR-TA (Directed Reading- QAR (Question-Answer Test-Taking Strategies K-W-L, K-W-L Plus, B-K-W-L- Word Study: How to Learn Thinking Activity) Relationship) PORPE (Predict, Organize, Q Content Vocabulary Through REAP (Read, Encode, Academic Notebooks: Writing Rehearse, Practice, Evaluate) Skimming and Scanning Context Annotate, Ponder) (Main Idea, to Learn (Comprehension/Writing Essays) (Comprehension) Admit Slip: Establishing a Summarizing) RAFT Writing (Role, Inquiry and Research: I-Charts List-Group-Label Purpose for Reading Learning Logs Audience, Format, Topic) GIST (Generating Interactions Book Pass Anticipating Content: Here Compare/Contrast: Discovering Text Highlighting Between Schemata and Texts) Text Structures and Supports and Now, Predict-O-Gram, Story Patterns SPAWN (Special Powers, (Comprehension) Developing Questions for Impressions Questions Game Problem Solving, Alternative Homework Reading: Concept Ladder Anticipation Guide (Comprehension/ Discussion) Viewpoints, What If, Next) Exclusion Brainstorming Word Study: Developing Reciprocal Teaching TAG (Textbook Activity (Comprehension/Writing) Exit Slips Content Vocabulary (Comprehension) Guide) ReQuest Cornell Note-Taking `Teacher: Doris Sears Course: Statistics Concepts Period: 4 Date: week of 5-9-11 – 5-13-11 Date: 5-9-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Statistics Concepts Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 4 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal DA-4.10 – Use knowledge of the Empirical Rule to Activities: Laboratory Teacher Assessment solve problems involving data that is distributed daily Mental Math (20 min) Equipment Observation Enrichment normally. Other: Written Project Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): -properties of normal distributions (review - 10 min) -streaming video on normal distributions (recap - 20 Assignment Rubric/ What is statistics? Bloom’s Checklist Why should I study statistics? min) Taxonomy Other: How can it help in my profession? -p.212: 20-30 even (35 min) Homework:p.212:25 Knowledge Analysis Enabling Skills: Synthesis The students will be able to: Technology Critical Comprehension Evaluation -interpret normal distributions Communication Thinking Application Connections Auditory activities for all classes: Teacher explains concepts, shows videos, students elaborate on problems with peers. Visual activities for all classes: Teacher demonstrates examples on Smartboard using color, graphics, videos. Kinesthetic activities for all classes: Students use graphing calculators, write problems out in notebook or on Smartboard, create diagrams, write essays. Date: 5-10-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Statistics Concepts Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 4 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal DA-4.10 – Use knowledge of the Empirical Rule to Laboratory Teacher Assessment solve problems involving data that is distributed Activities: Equipment Observation Enrichment normally. -daily Mental Math (20 min) Other: Written Project Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): -notes on z-scores and standard normal distribution Assignment Rubric/ The students will be able to: -explain z-scores table (20 min) Bloom’s Checklist --calculate areas under the standard normal curve -pp.214: copy definition and practice – 30 min) Taxonomy Other: -p.216: copy curves only and label (15 min) Homework:p.219:5 – 8 all Knowledge Analysis Comprehension Synthesis Application Evaluation Enabling Skills: Technology Critical Thinking Communication Connections Date: 5-11-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Statistics Concepts Lecture Practice Board Smart BoardUnderstanding Report or Essay Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Pre- Oral Question/ Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators test Answer Day: A B Period: 4 Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Formal Writing Graphic Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Assessment Standard(s): Laboratory Teacher Enrichment Equipment Observation Project DA-4.10 – Use knowledge of the Empirical Rule to Activities: Other: Written Rubric/ solve problems involving data that is distributed -daily Mental Math (20 min) Assignment Checklist normally. -p.217-218: work examples – 30 min) Bloom’s Taxonomy Other: Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): -p.219: 10-20 (group work – 35 min) Homework:p.219:9 – 17 odd Knowledge Analysis The students will be able to: Comprehension Synthesis -calculate areas under the standard normal curve Appl ca ion Evaluation Enabling Skills: Technology Critical Thinking Communication Connections Date: 5-12-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Statistics Concepts Lecture Practice Board Smart BoardUnderstanding Report or Essay Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Pre- Oral Question/ Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Calculators test Answer Day: A B Period: 4 Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Formal Writing Graphic Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Assessment Standard(s): Laboratory Teacher Enrichment DA-4.10 – Use knowledge of the Empirical Rule to Equipment Observation Project solve problems involving data that is distributed Other: Written Rubric/ Activities: normally. Assignment Checklist -daily Mental Math (20 min) Bloom’s Taxonomy Other: Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): -pp.220-221: 32-60 (45 min) The students will be able to: -review for ch.5.1-5.2 test (20 min) Knowledge Analysis -calculate areas under the standard normal curve Homework: p.262:1,2,3-6,7,8,9-20 Comprehension Synthesis A plica ion Evaluation Enabling Skills: Technology Critical Thinking Communication Connections Date: 5-13-11 Instructional Strategies: Resources: Assessment: SSR Independent Overhead Technology: Check for Homework Course: Statistics Concepts Lecture Practice Board Understanding Smart Board Report or Discussion Guided Practice Textbook Simulations Diagnostic or Essay Day: A B Period: 4 Journal Group Activity Manipulatives Pre-test Calculators Oral Question/ Writing Graphic Maps/Charts U.S. Video Post Test Answer Standard(s): Mapping Organizers Handouts Websites Re-Test Formal DA-4.10 – Use knowledge of the Empirical Rule to Laboratory Teacher Assessment solve problems involving data that is distributed Activities: Equipment Observation Enrichment normally. -daily mental math – Friday test (20 min) Other: Written Project Objective(s)/Essential Question(s): -chapter 5.1 – 5.2 test (65 min) Assignment Rubric/ The students will be able to: Bloom’s Checklist Enabling Skills: Taxonomy -calculate areas under the standard normal curve Technology Critical Other: Communication Thinking Knowledge Analysis Connections Synthesis Comprehension Evaluation Application LITERACY S TRATEGIES Book in a Day DR-TA (Directed Reading-Thinking QAR (Question-Answer Test-Taking Strategies K-W-L, K-W-L Plus, B-K-W-L-Q Word Study: How to Learn Content Activity) Relationship) PORPE (Predict, Organize, Rehearse, Skimming and Scanning Vocabulary Through Context REAP (Read, Encode, Annotate, Academic Notebooks: Writing to Practice, Evaluate) (Comprehension) Admit Slip: Establishing a Purpose Ponder) (Main Idea, Summarizing) Learn (Comprehension/Writing Essays) Inquiry List-Group-Label for Reading Learning Logs Compare/Contrast: RAFT Writing (Role, Audience, and Research: I-Charts Book Pass Anticipating Content: Here and Now, Discovering Patterns Format, Topic) GIST (Generating Interactions Text Structures and Supports Predict-O-Gram, Story Impressions Questions Game (Comprehension/ Text Highlighting Between Schemata and Texts) Developing Questions for Reading: Anticipation Guide Discussion) SPAWN (Special Powers, Problem (Comprehension) Concept Ladder Reciprocal Teaching TAG (Textbook Activity Guide) Solving, Alternative Viewpoints, What Homework Word Study: Developing Content (Comprehension) ReQuest If, Next) (Comprehension/Writing) Exclusion Brainstorming Vocabulary Cornell Note-Taking Exit Slips x I-charts