```7th Grade Lesson Plans for the week of: ______09-30-13 to 10-4-13___________
SIOP Format
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
SIOP Format
Lievonen & DeVoe
Dye
Jackson
Martineau
Stubbs
Content
Unit 2: Expressions
and Equations
Unit 2: Expressions and Unit 2: Expressions and Unit 2: Expressions
Equations
Equations
and Equations
Unit 2: Expressions
and Equations
Students who achieved
mastery will continue
to work on the
previous activity.
AKS/ CC Objectives
19.EE.1 apply
properties of
operations as
strategies to add,
subtract, factor,
and expand linear
expressions with
rational
coefficients
24.EE.4a solve
word problems
leading to
equations of the
form px + q = r and
Ÿ interpret solutions of
algebraic expressions
and equations in
problem contexts
(CCGPS) (7MA_C201220/MCC7.EE.2)
Ÿ interpret solutions of
algebraic expressions
and equations in
problem contexts
(CCGPS) (7MA_C201220/MCC7.EE.2)
use variables to
represent quantities in
a real world or
mathematical problem
and construct simple
equations (CCGPS)
use variables to
represent quantities in
a real world or
mathematical problem
and construct simple
equations (CCGPS)
Ÿ interpret solutions
of algebraic
expressions and
equations in problem
contexts (CCGPS)
(7MA_C201220/MCC7.EE.2)
Ÿ interpret solutions
of algebraic
expressions and
equations in problem
contexts (CCGPS)
(7MA_C201220/MCC7.EE.2)
Ÿ use variables to
represent quantities in
a real world or
mathematical
problem and construct
use variables to
represent quantities in
a real world or
mathematical problem
and construct simple
Essential Questions
p(x + q) = r, where
p, q, and r are
specific rational
numbers and solve
equations of these
forms fluently.
Compare an
algebraic solution
to an arithmetic
solution identifying
the sequence of
the operations
used in each
approach (e.g., the
perimeter of a
rectangle is 54 cm.
Its length is 6 cm.
What is its width?)
(7MA_C201223/MCC7.EE.4)
(7MA_C201223/MCC7.EE.4)
simple equations
(CCGPS) (7MA_C201223/MCC7.EE.4)
equations (CCGPS)
(7MA_C201223/MCC7.EE.4)
How can I apply
adding and
subtracting linear
expressions to
perimeter and area
problems?
Why do we need to
know how to evaluate
linear expressions?
Why do we need to
know how to evaluate
linear expressions?
What do we need to
know about Algebraic
Expressions,
Evaluating ,
Combining and
Equations for the quiz
on Friday.
How can I successfully
demonstrate my
mastery of the skills
on algebraic
expressions ?
How do I correctly
combine like terms
with negative sign
or when
subtracting?
Lesson Title
Evaluate an
Algebraic
Expression and
apply the
knowledge in real
world perimeter
problems
Linear Expressions
Linear Expressions
Review: Algebraic
Expressions,
Evaluating ,
Combining and Linear
Expressions
CA #3
Standards of
Learning
By Wednesday,
SWBAT to correctly
combine like terms
and simplify an
algebraic
expression and
apply their
knowledge to real
world perimeter
problems.
By Wednesday SWBAT
to understand how to
add linear expressions.
By Thursday SWBAT to
solve understand how
to subtract linear
expressions
SWBAT show that
they can combine,
evaluate, add, and
subtract expressions.
SWBAT to
demonstrate their
mastery of the
algebraic expressions
and equations in a
testing environment.
Materials/Resourc
es Needed
-Who wants to be a Unit 2 Chapter 3
millionaire game
Pg 209
(Located in the
Shared Drive under Dry eraser boards
Resources)
Unit 2 Chapter 3
Unit 2 Chapter 3
Pg 217
Pg 163,189, 209,217
pencil, scratch sheets
and tests
Dry eraser boards
Dry eraser boards
-Dry eraser boards
- Algebra Tiles
- Algebra Tiles
- Algebra Tiles
- Algebra Tiles
- Math Books, p. 193
(Distributive Property
practice), p. 215
(Adding Linear
Expressions), p. 221
(Subtracting Linear
Expressions)
- Math Books, p. 193
(Distributive Property
practice), p. 215
(Adding Linear
Expressions), p. 221
(Subtracting Linear
Expressions)
- Math Books, p. 193
(Distributive Property
practice), p. 215
(Adding Linear
Expressions), p. 221
(Subtracting Linear
Expressions)
vocab: inverse
operations, isolate
Quickly review the
procedures for add and
subtracting linear
expressions
Quickly review the
procedures for
working in stations.
- Math Books, p.
193 (Distributive
Property practice),
p. 215 (Adding
Linear
Expressions), p.
221 (Subtracting
Linear Expressions)
Anticipatory Set
Quickly review
processes for
combining like
terms (i.e. with
distributive
property, and with
negative signs in
front of the
parenthesis). With
Who Wants to be
Millionaire Game.
ask simple puzzles that
can be represented by
equations (i’m thinking
of a number. for more
than my number is 7.
what’s my number?)
when students provide
the answer, explain
that their thought
process can be written
out using a one-step
equation.
Ask students if they
have any area of
concern before the
test begins.
At end of class
SWBAT
SWBAT correctly
combine positive
and negative
terms, in addition
to combining terms
using the
Distributive
Property. SWBAT
correctly apply
their knowledge to
real world
perimeter
problems.
At end of class, SWBAT At end of class, SWBAT
evaluate addition linear evaluate subtraction
expressions
linear expressions
At the end of class,
SWBAT show through
the rotation of
stations they have
mastered the
concepts of algebraic
expressions.
Teacher Input
Encourage every
student in the
group to simplify
each question and
share with the
team leader to
display the correct
solution.
Remind students that
evaluating expressions
is like combining like
terms.
Teacher will monitor
each station to ensure
mastery.
Teacher will display
powerpoint as teaching
tool for lesson
Take up test and check
sheets using the
document camera.
Guided Practice
Teacher will assist
students and
teams with
problems in which
they are having
difficulty
simplifying.
Students and teacher
will answer questions
from powerpoint
together
PPT Adding Linear
Expressions in
resources
Students and teacher
will answer questions
in powerpoint together
PPT Subtracting Linear
Expressions in
resources
The teacher will rotate
to each station making
sure that the students
understand the
process.
1. Combining terms
2. Adding linear
3. Subtracting linear
4. Evaluating
5. Create thinking map
(tree or brace)
Independent
Practice
Each student will
individually work
out the problem
and share their
answers with their
team.
Homework
http://math.about.
com/od/algebrawo
rksheets/ss/Algebr
a-.htm
-Have students
workbook page 11
Students will complete
student handout
located in shared drive
Students will
complete problems at
each station.
Students will complete
handout
Students will study for
the CA#3 test..
write down 10
problems. Or Area
and Algebra from
S: resources.
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