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Lesson Plans May 15-19, 2017
 

 

Standards:    A-REI.A.2: Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
  A-APR.1:  Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
  A-REI.6  :    Solve systems of linear equations algebraically, exactly, and graphically while focusing on pairs of linear equations in two variables.
  F-IF.7:
Graph functions expressed symbolically and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated cases.
 b. Graph square root and piecewise- defined functions, including absolute value functions.

 

 Monday

Assignment:  Review previous quiz; Review for Final Exam

 

Tuesday

Assignment:  Review for Final Exam (1st, 3rd); Final Exam-2nd Block

 

Wednesday

Assignment: Review for Final Exam (3rd); Enrichment activity 2nd; Final Exam-1st Block 

 

Thursday

Assignment:  Enrichment Activity (1st and 2nd); Final Exam-3rd Block 

 

Friday

Assignment:   Enrichment activity 


Lesson Plans May 8-12, 2017
Monday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Solving radical expressions
Classwork: Review Worsheet 
Homework: Radicals Review due on Thursday
 
Tuesday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Factoring 
Classwork: Practice is Fun Series 7 (Factoring Review)
Homework:  Review notes for quiz on Friday
 
Wednesday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Polynomials
Classwork: Practice is Fun Series 27 (Polynomials Review)
Homework:  Review for quiz on Friday 
 
Thursday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Trigonometric Ratios
Classwork: Practice Worksheet 10-6 Form G #1-10; Review for quiz; Final Exam Study Guide
Homework:  Study guide/Review for quiz on Friday 
 
Friday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  See previous topics (Monday through Thursday)
Classwork: Quiz; Complete the final exam study guide 
Homework:  Review for final exam (Refer to the BHS webpage for the testing schedule).
 
 
Lesson Plans May 1-5, 2017
Monday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Simplifying Radicals
Classwork: p. 623 #11-33 (odd) 
Homework:  Practice Worksheet 10-2
 
Tuesday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Operations with radical expressions
Classwork: p. 629 #9-35 (Odd)
Homework:  Practice Worksheet 10-3
 
Wednesday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Quiz:  Simplifying radicals and operations with radical expressions
 
Thursday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
Topic:  Solving radical expressions
Classwork: p. 636 #7-23 (Odd)
Homework:  Complete study guide
 
Friday
Standard:  A-REI.A.2:  Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may be alike.
TEST:  Simplifying radicals, operations with radical expressions, solving radical expressions
 
Lesson Plans April 24-28, 2017
Monday
Review for state test
Tuesday
Review for state test
Wednesday
State test
Thursday
State test
Friday
State test 
 
 
Lesson Plans April 17-21, 2017
Monday
Holiday
 

Tuesday

The students will complete the do now.  Next the teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher and students will also review the previous homework and previous test.  The students will review Mississippi, California, and Florida state test practice problems on a variety of topics.  The students will also complete study guide for quiz on Wednesday.  Students will take a mini quiz.  Homework will be assigned.

Wednesday

The students will complete the do now.  Next the teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher will review the students for the quiz.  The students will take a quiz on state practice test review problems.  If time permits, students will continue reviewing state practice test questions.  Homework will be assigned.

Thursday

The students will complete the do now.  Next the teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher and students will also review the previous homework and previous test.  The students will review Mississippi, California, and Florida state test practice problems on a variety of topics.  The students will also complete study guide for test on Friday. Students will take a mini quiz.  Homework will be assigned.

Friday

The students will complete the do now.  Next the teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher will review the students for the quiz.  The students will take a quiz on state practice test review problems.  If time permits, students will continue reviewing state practice test questions.  Homework will be assigned.

Homework for April 17-21, 2017

Monday:  Complete the review questions that you were given on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Tuesday:  Study Guide; review for quiz on Wednesday

Wednesday:  Review questions

Thursday:  Study guide; review for test on Friday

Friday:  Review questions; prepare for quiz on Monday

 

 

Lesson Plans April 10-14, 2017
Monday
State Test Review Worksheet
Tuesday
Mini quiz
State Test Review Worksheet
Review for quiz on Wednesday
Wednesday
Quiz
State Test Review Worksheet
Thursday
Mini quiz
State Test Review Worksheet
Review for test on Friday
Friday
Test
State Test Review Worksheet
 
Lesson Plans April 3-7,  2017
Monday
Practice Worksheet Form K
Tuesday
Study Guide
Wednesday
Test; Review Worksheet #1
Thursday
Review Worksheet #2
Friday
Worksheet #3
 
 
Lesson Plans March 27-31, 2017
Monday
Frequency and Histograms
Tuesday
Central Tendency (mean, median, mode, range, outliner)
Practice Worksheet 12-3 #1-28 (Odds-classwork; Evens-homework)
Wednesday (Quiz)
Box-and-Whisker Plots
Practice Worksheet 12-4 #2-18 (Even)-Homework
Thursday
Review for test
Friday
Test 
 
Lesson Plans March 20-24, 2017

Monday

The students will complete the do now.  The teacher and students will review the do now.  The students will review their third term test, especially problem areas.  The teacher will introduce the students to the Pythagorean Theorem.  The teacher and students will do a guided practice.  Then the students will do independent practice.  Next the teacher and students will review previously learned concepts (State test review).  Homework will be assigned.

Tuesday

The students will complete the do now.  The teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher and students will review the previous homework.  The teacher will introduce the students to graphing square root functions.  The teacher and students will do a guided practice.  The students will do an independent practice.  Next the teacher and students will review previously learned concepts (State test review).  Homework will be assigned.

Wednesday

The students will complete the do now.  The teacher and students will review the do now. The students will report to the library for the MAP Assessment.  Once the students have completed the assessment, they will do enrichment problems.  

Thursday

The students will complete the do now.  The teacher and students will review the do now.  The teacher will review with the students for the upcoming test.  The students will complete their study guides.  Homework will be assigned.

Friday

The students will complete the do now.  The teacher and the students will review the do now.  The teacher will review with the students.  The students will take their test (Chapter 10 Sections 1 and 5).

Lesson Plans March 6-10, 2017

 

Monday: Review for exam

Tuesday: Review for exam

Wednesday: Exam Part 1-2nd and 3rd Period

Thursday: Exam Part 2 2nd and 3rd Period; Part 1-1st Period

Friday: Part 2-1st Block 

 
Lesson Plans February 27-March 3, 2017

Monday

Topic:  Solving Quadratic Functions

Classwork:  p. 564 #8-36 (Even)

Homework:  Practice Worksheet 9-3

 

Tuesday

Topic:  Factoring to solve quadratic equations

Classwork:  p. 571 #8-36 (Even)

Homework:  Practice 9-4; review for quiz on Wednesday

 

Wednesday

Topic:  Quadratics

Classwork:  Quiz; p. 579 #7-31(Odd)

Homework:  Practice Worksheet 9-5

 

Thursday

Topic:  Quadratics

Classwork:  p. 586#7-15 (Odd)

Homework:  Study Guide

 

Friday

Topic:  Quadratics

Classwork:  Test

Homework:  Complete 3rd Nine Weeks Exam Study Guide

 

 

Lesson Plans February 13-17, 2017

Monday

Student Holiday

Tuesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will reveiw the Do Now.  Next the teacher will review the previous test with the students.  The teacher will introduce the students to quadratics and their properties.  The teacher and the students will do a guided practice, "Lesson Check" on p. 549 #1-6 (all) and "Lesson Check" on p. 556 #1-6 (all).  The students will do independent practice on select problems on p. 550 #8-30 (Even) and pp.556-557#8-32.  

Wednesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review the homework.  The teacher will introduce solving quadratic functions.  The teacher and the students will do guided practice, "Lesson Check" on p. 556 and p. 563 #1-7 (all).  The students will do independent practice on select problems on pp. 556-557 #8-32 (Even) and p. 564 #8-36 (Even).  Homework will be assigned.  

Thursday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review the homework.  The teacher will review the students for the upcoming test.  Students will complete part one of the study guide.  Homework will be assigned.

Friday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review with the students prior to testing.  The students will take a test on Chapter 9 Sections 1-4.  Homework will be assigned.

Homework
Monday
Practice Worksheet 9-1 and 9-2 (Select problems)
Tuesday
Practice Worksheets 9-2 and 9-3 (Select problems)
Wednesday
Practice Worksheet 9-4 #2-26 (Even)
Thursday
Study Guide #1-20 (all)
Friday
Review vocabulary

 
 
Algebra 1 Strand:
A-APR.A1:  Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
 
 A-SSE.A.1a:  Interpret parts of an expression, such as terms, factors, and coefficients.
 

Monday

Topic:  Factoring Trinomials

Classwork:  p. 515 #10-28 Even

Homework:  Factoring Trinomials Worksheet #1-15 (all)

 

Tuesday

Topic:  Factoring Trinomials

Classwork:  p. 520 #8-26 (Even)

Homework:  Study Guide #1-20

 

Wednesday

Topic:  Factoring Trinomials

Classwork:  Quiz 

Homework:  Factoring Special Cases #1-15

 

Thursday

Topic:  Factoring Trinomials

Claswork:  Study Guide Part #2 

Homework:

 

Friday

Topic:  Factoring Trinomials

Classwork:  Test

Homework:  Review notes

 

Lesson Plans February 6-10, 2017
 
Algebra 1 Strand
A-APR.A.1:  Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
 
 A-SSE.A.1a:  Interpret parts of an expression, such as terms, factors, and coefficients.
 
I can statements:
  • I can add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
 

Monday

Topic:  Multiplying Special Products

Classwork:  Practice 8-4 Form G #1-16 (all), #27-39 (all), #46-55 (all); p. 508 #25-30 (all), #36-50 (all)

Homework:  Multiplying Special Products Worksheet #1-15

 

Tuesday

Topic:  Factoring Polynomials

Classwork:  Practice Worksheet 8-5 and 8-6 Select Problems

Homework:  Factoring by using GCF Worksheet #1-20 (all); Review Worksheet 

  

 

Wednesday

Topic:  Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials

Classwork:  Quiz Chapter 8 Sections 4 through 6

Homework:  Review for upcoming test 

 

Thursday

Topic:  Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials

Classwork:  Study Guide Part 1

Homework:  Study Guide Part 2

 

Friday

Topic:  Multiplying and Factoring Polynomials

Classwork:  Test (Chapter 8 Sections 4 through 6)

Homework:  Review vocabulary

 

Lesson Plans January 30, 2017-February 3, 2017

 
Algebra 1 Strand
A-APR.A.1:  Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
 
I can statements:
  • I can add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
 
Key Information (as stated by the Pearson Common Core Algebra 1 textbook)
  • A polynomial is a monomial or a sum of monomials.
  • Classifying polynomials
              *A mononial is a real number, a variable, or  aproduct of a real number and one or more variables                    with whole-number exponents.  For example, 3x2 is a monomial.
               *A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.  For example, 3x + 2 (Each term is separated by either                   a plus or a minus).
               *A trinomial is a polynomial with three terms.  For example, 3x2 + 2x
*The degree of a monomial is the sum of the exponents.
*The degree of a polynomial is the highest degree among each of the monomials that make up the                 polynomial.
*The standard form of a polynomial means that the degrees of its monomials terms decrease from left to       right.
*Subtracting polynomials:  Recall that subtraction means to add the opposites.  So when you subtract a polynomial, change each of the terms to its opposite, then add the coefficients (ONLY).
 

Monday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and the students will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review the previous test with the students.  The teacher will access prior knowledge with the students in a discussion about polynomials.  The teacher will lecture about adding and subtracting polynomials to the students.  The teacher and students will do a guided practice using Lesson Check on p. 489.  The students will do independent practice on pp. 489-490 #8-40 (Even) and #41, 42.  Homework will be assignment.

Tuesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The students will review the previous homework.  The teacher will allow the students to explore with multiplying and factoring polynomials.  The teacher will lecture on multiplying and factoring polynomials on p. 492.  The students and teacher will do a guided practice on p. 494.  The students will do indpedent practice on p. 495 #10-36 (Even). Afterwards, the students will review for the quiz on Wednesday.  Homework will be assigned.  

Wednesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students reivew prior to taking the quiz.  Following the quiz, the teacher will discuss multiplying binomials.  The students and teacher will do a guided practice on p. 501 #1-7 (all).  The students will do an indpendent practice on pp. 501-502 #8-40.  Homework will be assigned.

Thursday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The students will review the previous quiz.  The students will also review the previous homework.  The teacher will lecture on multiplying special cases.  The teacher and students will complete a guided practice on p. 507 #1-8 (all).  The students will complete pp. 507-508 #9-19 (all), #25-30 (all). The teacher will also review.  The students will complete their study guides in small groups or individually.  Homework will be assigned.  

Friday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The teacher and students will review the Do Now.  The students will review the previous homework.  The teacher will review prior to the students taking the test.  After the students complete the test, they will complete a reinforcement activity.

 

Homework:

Monday-Practice Worksheet 8-1 #2-32 (Even), #38

Tuesday-Practice Worksheet 8-2 #2-14 (Even), #32-48 (Even)

Wednesday-Practice Worksheet 8-3 #2-14 (Even); Also review for test on Friday

Thursday-Practice Worksheet 8-4 #2-18 (Even), #28-38 (Even); Also review study guide for test on Friday

Friday-Review notes

    
 
 
Lesson Plans January 23, 2017-January 27, 2017
Algebra 1 Strands
A1-A-SSE.3c:Use the properties of exponents to transform expressions for exponential functions.
A1-F-LE.1a:  Prove that linear functions grow by equal differences over equal intervals and that exponential function grow by equal factors grow by eequal factors over equal intervals.
A1-F-LE.1c:  Recognize situations in which a quantity grows or decays by a constant percent rate per unit interval relative to another.

Monday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The students and teacher will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review with the students for their upcoming test on Wednesday.  Students will review some of the challenging problems from their previous test.  The teacher will review exponential growth and decay.  Students will complete select problems.  Students will graph exponential functions and linear functions.  Students will distinguish between the graphs of each.  Students will reveiw real world problems and determine whether they are linear functions or exponential functions.  Students will need to distinguish between the exponential growth and decay problems. Finally, students need to solve the real world problems.  Students will also review compound interest problems.  They will find the balance in each banking account after a given period.  Homework will be assigned (See below.)

 

Tuesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The students and teacher will review the Do Now.  The students will also review for the test on Wednesday.  Students will then complete study guide problem #1-19 (Odd).  The teacher will review arithmetic sequences.  Next, the teacher will discuss geometric sequences and the students and teacher will do a guided practice together.  Homework will be assigned.

 

Wednesday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The students and teacher will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review with the students prior to taking their test.  The students will take their test.  Following the test, the students will practice arithmetic and geometric sequences.  Homework will be assigned.

 

Thursday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The students and teacher will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review with the students for a quiz on Friday.  The students will review state practice test taking strategies.  Students will review calculator strategies.  Students will be given state test style practice questions.  Students will discuss each problem and the approach for solving each.  Homework will be assigned.

 

Friday

The students will complete the Do Now.  The students and teacher will review the Do Now.  The teacher will review with the students prior to the quiz.  The students will take a quiz on arithmetic and geometric sequences.  Following the test the students will do Mixed Review Worksheet.   

 

Homework

Monday 

Exponential Review Worksheet p.457 #10-17

 

Tuesday

Study Guide #2-20 (Even); Review for test on Wednesday

 

Wednesday

Arthmetic and Geometric Sequences Review Sheet 

 

Thursday

Review Worksheet; Review for quiz on Friday

 

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Algebra 1 Lesson Plans Week 4 January 23-27, 2016

  • This week's lesson plans include the following strands:  
    • A1-A-SSE.3c:  Use the properties of exponents to transform expressions for exponential functions.  
    • A1-F-L3.1a:  Prove that linear functionsn grow by equal differences over equal intervals and that exponential functions grow by equal factors over equal intervals.  
    • A1-F-LE.1c:  Recognize situations in which a quantity grows or decays by a constant percent rate per unit interval relative to another.
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Are you finished with your MAP Assessement?

If you have complete your MAP Assessment, you need to complete the assignment on the following links.  If you need a calculator, use the one on the computer by going to the windows icon, then select calculator.  If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.  You must submit your work before leaving class today.  This is a graded assignement.  Thank you.  
 
 

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Mississippi College and Career Standard:  A1-A-SSE.3c
 

Monday-Holiday

Tuesday-Student Holiday

Wednesday    

Topic:  Exponents

Classwork:  Algebra 1 Pretest; Exponents Worksheet

Homework:  Properties of Exponents Worksheet #1-10

Thursday

Topic:  Exponents

Classwork:  p. 421 #9-17 (Odd); #21-31 (Odd); Practice Worksheet 7-1 #1-17 (Odd); Practice Worksheet 7-2 #1-17 (Odd).  

Homework:  Review for quiz on Friday

Friday

Topic:  Exponents 

Classwork:  Quiz -Chapter 7 Sections 1 & 2; Practice Worksheet 7-3 #1, 7, 11, 15,19, 23,27, 34

Homework:  Review for upcoming test