# fairless elementary school lesson plan ```WOODLAND HILLS HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
SAS and Understanding By Design Template
Name: Dr. Kost
Date: 10.7.2013
Length of Lesson: 14 days
Content Area: Math Tech
STAGE I – DESIRED RESULTS
LESSON TOPIC:
EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS
BIG IDEAS:
M11.A.1.1 Represent and/or use numbers in equivalent forms
(e.g., integers, fractions, decimals, percents, square roots,
exponents and scientific notation).
M11.A.2.2 Use exponents, roots and/or absolute value to solve
problems.
M11.A.3.1 Apply the order of operations in computation and in
problem-solving situations.
UNDERSTANDING GOALS (CONCEPTS):
Students will discover the relationship between algebraic
expressions and verbal expressions. They will apply this in order
to perform operations that contain both constants and variables.
They will use order of operations and basic properties of algebra
in order to solve open sentences and simplify expressions.
Students will use tables and the coordinate system to draw graphs
of functions. They will learn the rudimentary elements of
functions and decide the best way to illustrate this function
graphically.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
VOCABULARY:
STUDENT OBJECTIVES (COMPETENCIES/OUTCOMES):
Algebraic expression, equation
Commutative, associative, distributive properties
Transitive, symmetric, substitution properties
Variable, constant, coefficient, exponent
Domain, range, origin, coordinate axes
Solution set
Students will be able to:
Why is there a need for order of operations?
What words tell you to perform mathematical
operations?
What does the verb simplify mean in math?
What is a replacement set? A truth set?
Why do you graph?
What is a graph supposed to tell you?
What are the basic properties of algebra and why do
we use them?
1. Write mathematical expressions for verbal
expressions, and vice versa.(1 day)
2. Evaluate numerical &amp; algebraic expressions
using order of operations. (1 days)
3. Solve open sentence equations &amp;
inequalities.(2 days)
4. Recognize and use properties of identity &amp;
equality.(1day)
5. Use the distributive property to simplify and
evaluate expressions. .(1day)
6. Recognize and use commutative &amp; associative
properties. .(1day)
7. Interpret and draw graphs of functions. .(1day)
8. Analyze data given in tables
andgraphs(including bar graphs, line graphs,
and circle graphs) (2 days)
(2 days review, 1 enrichment, 1 assessment )
STAGE II – ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE
Students will participate in class discussions, guided practice,
computer work, and whiteboard activities
OTHER EVIDENCE:
Daily warm up or exit polls , homework, Keystone Diagnostic
Tool, Study Island and Skills Tutor, Foresight tests, unit tests,
quizzes, and other formative assessments.
STAGE III: LEARNING PLAN
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES:
(Active Engagement, Explicit
Instruction, Metacognition, Modeling,
Scaffolding)
Daily: Warm up will include
a spiraling review of prior
knowledge to include the
upcoming lesson
Daily: Check for
understanding using
warmup, homework, or
formative assessment
questioning to determine
whether to continue as
needed or do interventions as
needed. ( model, spiral
scaffolding, instruct/reteach,
as needed)
MINI LESSON:
Based on daily assessments
(formative and summative),
homework, review,
interventions, group work,
computer or teacher guided
practice will be done.
Manipulatives and graphic
organizers will be used as
needed for reinforecement or
intervention.
MATERIALS AND
RESOURCES:
Unit 1 : Expressions and
Equations ( Glencoe Text )
Unit 1 ( Algebra Recue Text)
Warm ups &amp; Exit polls(daily)
Homework (daily)
Study Guide and
Intervention and Practice
page Glencoe Grab &amp; Go
workbooks
Pages from Algebra Rescue
book
Worksheets from Pizzazz
book
needed
Positive/ negative counters
Number lines, etc .
INTERVENTIONS:
Skills Tutor
Study Island
A+ Math
Math Lab
Keystone Diagnostic Tool
ASSIGNMENTS:
Note: all assignment are from
the same page, but different
questions are assigned based
on grouping by teacher.
Assignments will be taken
from the Algebra 1 Grab and
Go or the Algebra Rescue
book
 &sect;1-1 worksheet 1 ,2
&amp;3
 &sect; 1-2 pretest,
worksheet 2 &amp; 4,
posttest
 &sect; 1-3 pretest,
worksheet 1 &amp; 2,
posttest
 Mid chapter quiz
 &sect;1-4 pretest,
worksheet 1 &amp; 2,
posttest
 Chapter test
 Weekly blogs
 Pizzazz worksheets
as needed for
remediation
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