The Stage 3 – Learning Plan can be completed using several forms. It’s flexible base on your style. 1. The Stage 3 Learning Plan should be posted each week to www.westsidewolves.org. If you complete more than one week at a time, the plans can also be posted as a unit. 2. Ensure your student learning outcomes (objectives) are included on your plan. 3. Connect the Stage 3 - Learning Plan to the Stage 1 – Desired Results where appropriate. Include where you plan to incorporate your Essential Questions (TADS level 4) into your classroom work. 4. Your Stage 3 – Learning Plan should not be a copy and paste exercise. Learning activities should be articulated by day and include resources (books, page numbers, problem sets, etc). Friday: Aug. 29 Wed/Thur : Aug. 27 - 28 Tuesday: Aug. 26 Monday: Aug. 25 Stage 3 – Learning Plan: Unit 1: August 25 – September 5 Objective: Welcome Back Activities: Welcome students into the classroom. Students fill out student information sheet. Go over syllabus. Students will try to find the perimeter of a figure. Assessment: Materials: student information sheet, syllabus Follow Up/HW: Objective: SWBAT solve a one-step equation. Activities: Warm up: use mental math to solve an equation. Notes: Students will take notes from section 3.1 Examples 1 and 2. Guided Practice: With a partner: Try # 1 – 4. Discuss and have students display on the board. Assessment: exit ticket: Find the perimeter of a triangle. Materials: textbook, notes spiral Follow Up/HW: p. 137 # 3 – 16 Objective: SWBAT solve a one-step equation. Activities: Warm Up: Word problem Go Over H.W. p. 137 # 3 – 16 Notes: Finish lesson 3.1. Do example 3, guided practice # 5 – 8 with a partner. Have students display answers on the board. Go over questions as needed. Example 4. Guided Practice: # 9 – 12. Example 5. Guided Practice: # 13 – 16. Do Problem Solving p. 139 # 55 Trampolines. # 59 Multiple Representations. Assessment: exit ticket Materials: notes spiral, textbook Follow Up/HW: p. 138 # 17 – 30 Objective: SWBAT solve two-step equations. Activities: Warm Up: Solve one-step equations. Go over H.W. p. 138 # 17 – 30 Notes: Lesson 3.2: Solve two-step equations. Do example 1, guided practice # 1 – 3. Have students demonstrate answers to class. Example 2, guided practice # 4 – 6. Assessment:exit ticket Materials: notes spiral, textbook Follow Up/HW: p. 144 # 1 – 23.