CMS Lesson Plan Template
Week of:
Focused Standard/Element(s)
Essential Question(s)
Opening (5-10 min)
Work-Time Activities (40 min)
Closure Activity (10 min)
Differentiation Strategies
(targeting student growth)
Teacher: Reynolds Course/Level: 8th Grade Math
Monday 2/16/15
Tuesday 2/17/15
Wednesday 2/18/15
MCC8F1: Understand that a function is a
rule that assigns to each input exactly
one output. The graph of a function is
the set of ordered pairs consisting of an
input and the corresponding output.
MCC8F1: Understand that a function is a
rule that assigns to each input exactly
one output. The graph of a function is
the set of ordered pairs consisting of an
input and the corresponding output.
MCC8F1: Understand that a function is a
rule that assigns to each input exactly
one output. The graph of a function is
the set of ordered pairs consisting of an
input and the corresponding output.
School Closed
School Closed
What is a function and what is NOT a
function in math?
Complete the table:
Input/Output
0
1
1
4
2
43
Then discuss what makes this a
function and what would not.
Students will review a graphic
organizer about functions from
Friday.
Then complete the practice over
functions and nonfunctions in
mapping, tables and ordered pairs.
Students will utilize their graphic
organizer and discuss what is and is
NOT a function using mapping,
tables, and ordered pairs.
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Think-pair-share
Peer tutoring
Graphic Organizer
Frayer Model
Focused Standard/Element(s)
Thursday 2/19/15
Friday 2/20/15
MCC8F1: Understand that a function is a
rule that assigns to each input exactly
one output. The graph of a function is
the set of ordered pairs consisting of an
input and the corresponding output.
MCC8F1: Understand that a function is a
rule that assigns to each input exactly
one output. The graph of a function is
the set of ordered pairs consisting of an
input and the corresponding output.
What is a function and what is NOT a
function in math?
How do I graph a function?
Students will complete the
function/not a function graphic
organizer
Graph the following points on the
coordinate plane:
Essential Question(s)
Opening (5-10 min)
(0,1) (1,2) (2,3)
Review Homework and Powerpoint
over Functions
Work-Time Activities (40 min)
Closure Activity (10 min)
What do you notice about these points
when you connect the dots?
Students will complete activity where
they identify different representations
of functions and nonfunctions and
explain why.
Students will complete handout where
they graph functions and then go on
to their activity when they can justify
their understanding of graphing
functions.
Ticket-out-the door: Define what is a
function and not a function in their
own words.
Students will present their graphs of
functions they created.
Additional Notes
Differentiation Strategies
(targeting student growth)
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Chunking
Peer Tutoring
Think-pair-share
Graphic Organizers
Exit Slip
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Online manipulatives
Group investigation
First Lines
Compacting
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Feb 18-20 2015 - Polk School District