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Agendas for the Week: November 30th - December 4th

posted Nov 29, 2015, 8:48 AM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Nov 29, 2015, 9:14 AM ]

Agendas for the Week: November 30th - December 4th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Arithmetic Sequences Chapter 2 ReviewStudent as Teacher will be leading the class in the Chapter 4 Review 
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Write the terms of arithmetic sequences

        *Graph arithmetic sequences

        *Write arithmetic sequences as functions

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Writing and Graphing Inequality

        *Solve Inequalities using addition or subtraction

        * Solve inequalities using multiplication or division

        * Solve Multi-Step inequalities

        *Solve Compound inequalities

 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 PEngage 
Warm up
Engage 
Need to know - What information can we get from this scenario?
 Engage



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Explore

 Exploration from the book (increasing the number of stars and looking at the number of sides)

 

Explain

Students follow along as the teacher goes through the notes sheet.

 

Elaborate

Students work collaboratively to develop an equation for simple arithmetic sequences.
 
  

Explore

 Students work collaboratively to solve inequalities related to the need to know.

 

Explain

Students work to use inequalities in modeling real life situations.

 

Elaborate

Students create a review coving these topics.

  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



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Evaluate and Summary

Exit Ticket
 HW 8
 
Evaluate and Summary
  Chapter 1 Quiz

Evaluate and Summary
Resources Warm up Exit Ticket
Handout
 Handout 

Agendas for the Week: November 23rd - November 27th

posted Nov 29, 2015, 8:48 AM by Noah Ledbetter

Agendas for the Week: November 23rd - November 27th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday ()

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Test DayHappy  Thanksgiving
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 PEngage Engage  Engage



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Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate


 
  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



 N

Evaluate and Summary

 
 
Evaluate and Summary


Evaluate and Summary
Resources   

Agendas for the Week: November 16th – November 20th

posted Nov 10, 2015, 6:19 AM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Nov 15, 2015, 10:10 AM ]

Agendas for the Week: November 16th – November 20th
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (B)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 TopicScatter Plots and Lines of Fit  Analyzing Lines of Fit Don't Teach
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Interpret Scatter Plots

        * Identify correlations between data sets

        *Use Lines of fi to model data

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Use Residuals to determine how well lines of fit model data

        *Use technology to find lines of best fit

        *Distinguish between correlation and causation

 Objective(s): SWBAT

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        *

        *

 PEngage 
Need to know: People often claim that you can tell how far away a storm is based on how long between the thunder clap and when you can see the lightening. How can we tell?
Engage 
Return to the last days engage
 Engage



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Explore

 Students are given data from lightning storms and asked to draw a line that approximates the data.

 

Explain

Students practice interpreting a scatter plot. 

 

Elaborate

Students work to identify correlation

 
  

Explore

 Calculate residuals based on previous work for the lightning storm data.

 

Explain

Students use graphing calculators to calculate the line of best fit.

 

Elaborate

Students are exposed and ask to distinguish between correlation and causation.

  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



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Evaluate and Summary

 Exit slip
HW
Quiz
 
Evaluate and Summary
Exit Slip
HW


Evaluate and Summary
Resources Exit Slip
Handout
Exit Slip
Handout 
 

Agendas for the Week: November 9th - November 13th

posted Nov 5, 2015, 2:26 PM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Nov 9, 2015, 4:58 PM ]

Agendas for the Week: November 9th - November 13th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)



 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 TopicWriting equations of parallel and perpendicular lines
Professional Development Day
Linear inequalities
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Determine the number of solutions of linear systems.

        * Use linear systems to solve real-life problems

      

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Check solutions of linear inequalities

        * Graph linear inequalities in two variables

        * Write linear inequalities in two variables

        * Use linear inequalities to solve real-life problems        

 PEngage 
Warm Up
Engage 
 Engage
Warm Up



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Explore

 Definitions and graphing calculator explore

 

Explain

 Presentation

 

Elaborate

Students work on real life problems


 
  

Explore

 

Explain

 

Elaborate



  

Explore 

Students work together to graph linear inequalities in two variables.

 

Explain

Students work write the linear inequality from graphs

Elaborate

Students work on real life problems

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Evaluate and Summary

HW3
Quiz #1
 
Evaluate and Summary


Evaluate and Summary
HW4
Resources 

Agendas for the Week: November 2nd - November 6th

posted Oct 29, 2015, 7:36 AM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Nov 5, 2015, 2:23 PM ]

Agendas for the Week: November 2nd - November 6th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Test Day     Writing Equations Given Two Points Writing Equations in Standard Form
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Write an equation of a line given its slope and a point on the line

        * Write the equation of a line given two points on the line

        * Use linear equations to solve real-life problems

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Write equations in standard form

        * Use linear equations to solve real-life         problems

 PEngage Engage 
Warm up - Writing the equation of a line given the slope and a point on the line
 Engage
Warm up - Review of Wednesday



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Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate


 
  

Explore

 Creating a method for finding the equation of a line from two points

 

Explain

Practice finding equations of a line from two points. 

 

Elaborate

Real-life problems



  

Explore 

Students rewrite equations in different forms to standard form.

 

Explain

Practice rewriting equations in different forms

  

Elaborate

Real-life modeling problem


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Evaluate and Summary

 
 
Evaluate and Summary
HW 1
Exit Ticket

Evaluate and Summary
HW2
Exit Ticket
Resources  Warm up
Handout
Exit Ticket
Warm up
Handout
Exit Ticket 

Agendas for the Week: October 26th - October 30th

posted Oct 25, 2015, 5:05 PM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Oct 27, 2015, 3:33 PM ]

Agendas for the Week: October 26th - October 30th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (B)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 TopicI'm not teaching because I'll be taking the pedagogy test - Wish me luck! Writing equations in Slope-Intercept Form Not Teaching 
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

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        *

        *

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *Write equations in slope-intercept form

        * Use Linear equations to solve real-life problems.

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *

        *

        *

 PEngage Engage 
Bellringer
 Engage



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Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate


 
  

Explore

 TPS - three questions:

        -In order to graph a linear equation in slope intercept form, what do you need to know?

        -What does the equation look like when the y intercept is equal to zero?


    -What does the equation look like when it also has a slope equal to 1?

 

Explain

Interactive lecture / notes 

 

Elaborate

Students will have a chance to work on modeling problems from the homework.


  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



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Evaluate and Summary

 
 
Evaluate and Summary
HW 10
HW 11
Quiz 3
Exit Slip

Evaluate and Summary
Resources   

Agendas for the Week: October 19th - October 23rd

posted Oct 14, 2015, 8:25 AM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Oct 25, 2015, 5:05 PM ]



Agendas for the Week: October 19th - October 23rd
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic ReviewTest Day Direct Variation 
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

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 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *

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        *

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Determine whether two quantities show direct variation

        * Write direct variation equations

        * Use direct variation equations to solve real-life problems

 PEngage Engage  Engage: Bell ringer



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Review game!
 
  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



  

Explore: Students work in groups to describe Functions.

 

 

Explain: Students generate idea's and take notes.

 

 

Elaborate: Students start on homework



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Evaluate and Summary

 Review sheet
 
Evaluate and Summary


Evaluate and Summary
Exit Ticket
HW
Resources  Bellringer
Notes 
Exit Ticket

Agendas for the Week: October 12th - October 16th

posted Oct 7, 2015, 1:36 PM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Oct 12, 2015, 1:31 PM ]

Agendas for the Week: October 12th - October 16th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

1:50-2:25 & 2:30-3:05


 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Columbus Day
(Don't Teach)
Intro to SlopeGraphing Linear Equations in Slope Intercept Form
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        

 Objective(s): SWBAT
* Find the slope of a line from a graph
*Use Slopes and y-intercepts to solve real life problems
 Objective(s): SWBAT
Find the slope of a line from an equation
Use the slope-intercept form of a linear equation
*Use Slopes and y-intercepts to solve real life problems
Describe the effects of M and B on the graph    
 PEngage 

Engage 
Bellringer
 Engage
Bellringer



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Explore: 

Explain: 

Elaborate: 

  

Explore: Bellringer

Explain: Notes

Elaborate: Practice HW with notes


  

Explore: Desmos activity - Playing with lines and recording observations. (Technology)

Explain: Students present their findings

Elaborate: Notes and group work


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Evaluate and Summary


 
Evaluate and Summary
HW#5

Evaluate and Summary
HW#6
Exit Ticket
Resources
Bellringer
Notes
Bellringer
Desmos
Exit Ticket

Agendas for the Week: October 5th - October 9th

posted Oct 1, 2015, 6:05 PM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Oct 7, 2015, 12:54 PM ]

Agendas for the Week: October 5th - October 9th
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30


 Friday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Linear Functions (including discrete and continuous)Function Notation Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form 
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Identify linear functions using graphs, tables, and equations

        * Graph linear functions using discrete and continuous data

        * Write real-life problems to fit data

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *Use function notation to evaluate and interprate functions

        * Use function notation to solve and graph functions

        * Solve real-life problems using function notation

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        * Graph vertical and horizontal lines

        * Graph using intercepts

        * Find zeroes of a function

        * Use linear equations to solve real-life problems

 PEngage 
Bellringer
Engage 
Bellringer
 Engage
Bellringer



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Explore: Students will be confronted with three different representations of linear functions and asked to find the similarities

Explain: Students follow along and take notes

Elaborate: Students work on real life problems


 
  

Explore Students will identify points on a graph (given) so that they can see the relationship between equations notation and function notation

 

Explain Students will follow along and take notes

  

Elaborate: Plicker Quiz



  

Explore Students use prior knowledge to attempt to graph x = c and y = a.

 

Explain Students will follow along and take notes.

 

 

Elaborate Students will use the remaining time to collaboratively work on homework.



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Evaluate and Summary

Exit Slip
 HW 2
 
Evaluate and Summary
Hw3

Evaluate and Summary
Hw4
Quiz 1
Resources Bellringer
Notes
Exit Slip
Bellringer
Notes
Plicker Quiz
Bellringer
Notes
Exit Ticket 
Note that bellringers and exit tickets will be updated once the previous lesson has been taught so that they can ask targeted questions.

Agendas for the Week: September 28th - October 2nd

posted Sep 24, 2015, 12:39 PM by Noah Ledbetter   [ updated Sep 29, 2015, 8:56 AM ]

Agendas for the Week: September 28th - October 2nd
 
Day(A/B) 

Time

Monday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

Wednesday (A)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Friday (B)

8:55 - 10:25 & 11:00-12:30

 Topic Test Day FunctionsDon't Teach 
 
Objectives
 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *

        *

        *

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *Describe the differences between functions and relations

        * Identify the independent and dependent variable and relate them to the domain and range

        * Use the vertical line test to determine if a graph is the graph of a function

 Objective(s): SWBAT

        *

        *

        *

 PEngage Engage 
Bellringer
 Engage



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Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate


 
  

Explore:

TPS based on the bellringer

 

Explain:

   Students will follow along as the instructor gives out notes and shows example problems.

 

Elaborate:

Students work on problems in groups and present. Students critique each others work.



  

Explore

 

 

Explain

 

 

Elaborate



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Evaluate and Summary

 
 
Evaluate and Summary
HW 1
Exit Ticket

Evaluate and Summary
Resources Bellringer 
Notes
Exit Ticket
 
Update: Changed the explore with the suggestion of the cooperating teacher

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