Week Twenty: Coordinate Plane

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Chapter 7

Cartesian Coordinate

System

1.

2.

Day…..

Parts of a Coordinate Plan

Graphing Ordered Pairs

3.

4.

Identifying Points

Identifying Ordered Pairs

5.

Translating Points

Day 1

Bell Work

Justify your Response

I Can….

identify the parts of the

Cartesian coordinate system.

X-axis -

Vocabulary

A coordinate system formed by the intersection of a horizontal and a vertical number line

The horizontal number line

Y-axis -

The vertical number line

Ordered Pair-

X-coordinate -

A pair of numbers that can be used to represent a point in the coordinate plane.

The first number given in an ordered pair ( 3 , 7 )

Y-coordinate -

The second number given in an ordered pair ( 5, 9 )

• Point -

An ordered pair graphed and labeled with a capital letter

Origin -

Quadrant-

The point where the x-axis intersects with the y-axis.

This point is ( 0, 0)

The four regions that the coordinate plane is divided into.

Parts of a Coordinate

Plane

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil and the provided note taking page.

***Please refer to the in class notes for review***

Word Bank for Notes

Intersection

Horizontal

Vertical

X-axis

Y-axis

Capitol Letters

X-coordinate

Y-coordinate

(x, y)

Point (x2)

How far left or right to move from the origin

How far up or down to move from the origin

The 4 regions the coordinate plane is divided into.

Corresponds

Independent Practice

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil.

Instructions

Label the four quadrants in red.

Number both the x and y axis from -20 to 20.

Color the X-axis yellow.

Color the Y-axis orange.

Place a blue dot at the origin.

Find and plot the following points using green dots: (-2, 6) (-5, -8) (1, 9) (15, -14)

Label your plotted points M, A, T, H

Wrap it Up

Review

Questions

Exit Tickets

Day 2

Bell Work

Justify your response.

Homework Check

X-axis -

Vocabulary

A coordinate system formed by the intersection of a horizontal and a vertical number line

The horizontal number line

Y-axis -

The vertical number line

Ordered Pair-

X-coordinate -

A pair of numbers that can be used to represent a point in the coordinate plane.

The first number given in an ordered pair ( 3 , 7 )

Y-coordinate -

The second number given in an ordered pair ( 5, 9 )

• Point -

An ordered pair graphed and labeled with a capital letter

Origin -

Quadrant-

The point where the x-axis intersects with the y-axis.

This point is ( 0, 0)

The four regions that the coordinate plane is divided into.

I Can….

graph ordered pairs of integers in all four quadrants of the

Cartesian coordinate system.

Graphing Ordered Pairs

Please open your book to page 424

Examples: a, b, c, d, e, and f

***Please refer to the in class notes for review***

Partner Work

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil.

Wrap it Up

Review

Questions

Exit Tickets

Day 3

Bell Work

Justify Your Response

Homework Check

X-axis -

Vocabulary

A coordinate system formed by the intersection of a horizontal and a vertical number line

The horizontal number line

Y-axis -

The vertical number line

Ordered Pair-

X-coordinate -

A pair of numbers that can be used to represent a point in the coordinate plane.

The first number given in an ordered pair ( 3 , 7 )

Y-coordinate -

The second number given in an ordered pair ( 5, 9 )

• Point -

An ordered pair graphed and labeled with a capital letter

Origin -

Quadrant-

The point where the x-axis intersects with the y-axis.

This point is ( 0, 0)

The four regions that the coordinate plane is divided into.

I Can….

identify points on a coordinate plane given the ordered pairs.

Identifying Points

Please take out your TCAP practice book and turn to page _________

Partner Work

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil.

Wrap it Up

Review

Questions

Exit Tickets

Day 4

Bell Work

Justify Your Response

Homework Check

X-axis -

Vocabulary

A coordinate system formed by the intersection of a horizontal and a vertical number line

The horizontal number line

Y-axis -

The vertical number line

Ordered Pair-

X-coordinate -

A pair of numbers that can be used to represent a point in the coordinate plane.

The first number given in an ordered pair ( 3 , 7 )

Y-coordinate -

The second number given in an ordered pair ( 5, 9 )

• Point -

An ordered pair graphed and labeled with a capital letter

Origin -

Quadrant-

The point where the x-axis intersects with the y-axis.

This point is ( 0, 0)

The four regions that the coordinate plane is divided into.

I Can….

identify ordered pairs given a plotted point on a coordinate plane.

Identifying Ordered Pairs

Please Clear your desk of everything except for a pencils and the provided page.

***Please refer to the in class notes for review***

Your Turn….

Take out your marker boards

Wrap it Up

Review

Questions

Exit Tickets

Day 5

Bell Work

Justify Your Response

Homework Check

X-axis -

Vocabulary

A coordinate system formed by the intersection of a horizontal and a vertical number line

The horizontal number line

Y-axis -

The vertical number line

Ordered Pair-

X-coordinate -

A pair of numbers that can be used to represent a point in the coordinate plane.

The first number given in an ordered pair ( 3 , 7 )

Y-coordinate -

The second number given in an ordered pair ( 5, 9 )

• Point -

An ordered pair graphed and labeled with a capital letter

Origin -

Quadrant-

The point where the x-axis intersects with the y-axis.

This point is ( 0, 0)

The four regions that the coordinate plane is divided into.

End-Unit Assessment

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil and a calculator.

I Can….

translate plotted points in the coordinate plane.

Translating Points

Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil and the provided pages.

***Please refer to the in class notes for review***

Wrap it Up

Review

Questions

Exit Tickets

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