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WOODLAND HILLS HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN SAS and Understanding By Design Template Name Witon Date 3-2-15 Length of Lesson 15 days Content Area Algebra 3 Edline was updated this week: Yes My class website was updated this week: Yes STAGE I – DESIRED RESULTS LESSON TOPIC: BIG IDEAS: Functions remainder theorem compound function Factor theorem M11.D.4.1 Interpret and/or use linear, quadratic and/or exponential functions and their equations, graphs or tables UNDERSTANDING GOALS (CONCEPTS): Students will understand: Students will be able to: Represent exponential, quadratic, and polynomial functions in multiple ways, including tab les , graphs, equations, and contextual situations, and make connections among representations; relate the growth/decay rate of the associated exponential equation to each representation. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: Why is it important to combine functions in business? Wher are polynomial functions found in nature? VOCABULARY: Symmetry, symmetry with respect to the x-axis, symmetry with respect to the origin Function, independent & dependent variables, function notation, piecewise function, Inverse,intercptes Synthetic division Remainder theorem Factor theorem Descartes STUDENT OBJECTIVES (COMPETENCIES/OUTCOMES): PERFORMANCE TASK: Students will participate in class discussions, guided practice, computer work, and activities OTHER EVIDENCE: Students will actively participate in class examples, discussion, classwork, open ended assessments, graphic organizers, exit tickets, daily warm ups, homework, Study Island and, unit tests, quizzes, and other formative assessments. Think pair share Thumbs up Portfolio . )Determine the numer and type of roots Factor using synthetic division: find zeros Use the definition of a function to determine whether a relation is a function. 4. Using correct notation, write a function, find its domain and range, and evaluate function values. 5. Analyze a function or its graph to determine behavior and nature. 6. Transform a function using shifting, reflection, and stretching. 7. Apply operations to functions: 8. Sum, difference, product, quotient 9. Composition 10. Find, verify, and graph the inverse of a function. 11. Apply mathematical models through direct, joint and inverse variations.on 1. 2. 3. STAGE III: LEARNING PLAN INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES: (Active Engagement, Explicit Instruction, Metacognition, Modeling, DO NOW will include a spiraling review of prior MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: reference Keystone questions Glencoe Algebra 2 Text ASSIGNMENTS: A+ Math Math Lab Truly struggling students will be referred to guidance/SAP Open ended question Multiple choice practice worksheets knowledge as well as the upcoming lesson. We will use Collins writing 1 and 2 daily Mini Lesson: Mini lessons will vary daily based upon student needs and informal assessments. We will use Active Engagement and Scaffolding within each lesson. MINI LESSON: Factor FOIL Evaluate Guided Practice: Note Taking, Modeling, Whole Class Response, Partnering, Higher Level Thinking Skills Guided Notes, Chunking, Build on prior Knowledge, Teacher Prompting, Visual Support Independence Practice: Check for understanding using practice pages and text as well as school/SAS developed activities. Summative/Formative Assessments: Quizzes as needed for understanding. Unit test is summative as well as cumulative for constant knowledge retention. Students will actively participate in class examples, discussion, class work, whiteboards, open ended assessments, graphic organizers, exit tickets, daily warm ups, homework, Study Island and, unit tests, quizzes, and other formative assessments. Reflections: Check for understanding using do now, homework, or formative assessment questioning to determine whether to continue as needed or do interventions as needed. (Model, spiral scaffolding, instruct/reteach as needed) Teacher reflection Calculators Computers Supplemental Materials Warm ups & Exit polls Guided practice and Enrichment remidal work Additional materials as needed Reading vocabulary and terminology (RTI)Small group/ flexible grouping will occur if necessary. Students will be encouraged to stay for math lab, or find help with a math teacher. enrichment Ch 7 Text problems Skills practice and practice sheet