Tuesday
9/3/2013
Notes:
0.4 Algebraic Expressions
0.5 Linear Equations
0.7 Ordered Pairs
p. P21 #17, 19, 21, 22-29, 38-41, 46, 47
(Due Wednesday)
*Tuesday (DAY 1)*

- 20 minutes for pre-tests using scantrons (pass out books)
- 15 minutes Whiteboards and PPT
- 3 minutes Pass out Syllabus and Calculator Contract and Homework Sheet
- 15 minutes Worksheets in Pairs
- 10 minutes notes Handout
- 2 minutes closing

*OR*

- 30 minutes for pre-tests using scantrons (pass out books)
- 15 minutes Whiteboards and PPT
- 10 minutes Pass out Syllabus and Calculator Contract and Homework Sheet
- 15 minutes Worksheets in Pairs
- 10 minutes notes Handout
- 5 minutes closing
- 5 minutes homework

* *

WHITEBOARDS and PPT (15 min)

*The student will be able to* list the order of operations in the correct sequence
*The student will be able to* use the order of operations to simplify expressions with four basic functions
*The student will be able to* use the order of operations to simplify expressions with four basic functions and grouping
*The student will be able to* use the order of operations to simplify expressions with four basic functions, exponents, and grouping
*The student will be able to* use the order of operations to evaluate expressions with four basic functions, exponents, and grouping given a constant value
*The student will be able to* use the order of operations to evaluate expressions with absolute value given a constant value

WORKSHEETS in Pairs (15 min)

*The student will be able to* use algebra to solve one step linear equations with addition and subtraction
*The student will be able* to use algebra to solve one step linear equations with multiplication and division
*The student will be able* to use algebra to solve multistep linear equations with four basic functions
*The student will be able to *use algebra to solve multistep linear equations with grouping
*The student will be able to* check an algebraic solution by substituting their answer into the original equation

NOTES HANDOUT (10 min)

*The student will be able* to name a point given the graph of the point in the coordinate plane
*The student will be able to* graph a point in the coordinate plane given the ordered pair
*The student will be able to* use correct notation when writing ordered pairs
*The student will be *able to create a list of points given the equation of a line
*The student will be able to* graph a system of points on a single coordinate plane

You can see the powerpoint that accompanies this lesson here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-ni1paLPjNsZDBaZGV2Wk54SFk/edit?usp=sharing

You can see the worksheets that accompany this lesson here:

Multi-Step Equations WS

One-Step Equations WS

Two-Step Equations WS

Points in the Coordinate Plane Notes

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