# mathsupportweek9spring

```Harrison High School: Lesson Plans Week-At-A-Glance
WEEK: Spring Sem Week 9 (3.5 – 3.9)
Monday
Essential Question:
How well have I mastered
composition and inverse?
Math 2 with Support
Teacher: Parker
Tuesday
Essential Question:
What is a piecewise
function? How do I
evaluate pw functions?
How do I graph
piecewise functions?
Standard
MM2A1
Students will investigate
step and piecewise
functions, including
greatest integer and
absolute value functions.
Wednesday
Essential Question:
How do I graph
piecewise functions?
Thursday
Essential Question:
How do I write a piecewise
function from a graph?
Friday
Essential Question:
How do I write a
piecewise function from a
graph?
Standard
MM2A1
Students will investigate
step and piecewise
functions, including
greatest integer and
absolute value functions.
Standard
MM2A1
Students will investigate step
and piecewise functions,
including greatest integer and
absolute value functions.
Standard:
MM2A1
Students will investigate
step and piecewise
functions, including greatest
integer and absolute value
functions.
Objectives:
Assess mastery of
composition and inverse
Objectives:
Students will graph
piecewise functions.
Objectives:
Students will graph
greatest integer
functions.
Objectives:
To determine the current
level of mastery of the
standard
Objectives:
To determine areas of
weakness for EoCT
review
Activities:
- Go over review #2
- TEST – Comp and
Inv
Activities:
- Notes on pw
functions
-Notes/examples –
graphing pw functions
-Worksheet 2.7A work
w/ students
-CW/HW: 2.7B
Activities:
Activities:
-pop quiz – graphing and
evaluating pw
-notes-review writing the
equation of a line, find
slope and y-int
-notes-writing pw from a
graph
-CW/HW: worksheetwriting pw functions
Activities:
- Go over hw
- More writing pw
(whtiteboards)
- Begin step
functions –
handout for notes
- HW: workbook
p.53 #9-11
Standard
MM2A1
Students will investigate step
and piecewise functions,
including greatest integer and
absolute value functions.
-Go over hw
-more examples with
graphing.
-use graphing
whiteboards for more
practice
-CW/HW: workbook p.
52 #1-8
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