# Algebra 1 _ LP_1.docx

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### Algebra 1 _ LP_1.docx

• 1. Algebra 1 Lesson Plan Millennium Collegiate Academy Grade: 8 Subject: Honors Algebra Lunch: 1:50- 2:20 Planning: Period 6 Week of Monday 28 Periods: 1-3 Tuesday 29 Periods: 1-3 Wednesday 30 Periods: 1-3 Thursday 01 Periods: 1-3 Friday 02 Periods: 1-3 Objective: The students will be able to… Lesson 3 – 2 Linear Functions Define and evaluate linear functions using function notation Lesson 3 – 2 Linear Functions Write a linear function rule. Lesson 3 – 2 Linear Functions Graph a linear function and relate the domain of a function to its graph. Lesson 3 – 2 Linear Functions Interpret functions represented by graphs, tables, verbal descriptions and function notation in terms of a context. Lesson 3 – 2 Linear Functions Relate and solve simple interest problems to linear growth.s Florida Best Standards: Benchmarks MA.912.AR.2.4, MA.912.AR.2.5, MA.912.F.1.2, MA.912.F.1.5, MA.912.FL.3.2, MA.912.FL.3.4 Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning Standards MTR.2.1, MTR.4.1, MTR.7.1 Benchmarks MA.912.AR.2.4, MA.912.AR.2.5, MA.912.F.1.2, MA.912.F.1.5, MA.912.FL.3.2, MA.912.FL.3.4 Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning Standards MTR.2.1, MTR.4.1, MTR.7.1 Benchmarks MA.912.AR.2.4, MA.912.AR.2.5, MA.912.F.1.2, MA.912.F.1.5, MA.912.FL.3.2, MA.912.FL.3.4 Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning Standards MTR.2.1, MTR.4.1, MTR.7.1 Benchmarks MA.912.AR.2.4, MA.912.AR.2.5, MA.912.F.1.2, MA.912.F.1.5, MA.912.FL.3.2, MA.912.FL.3.4 Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning Standards MTR.2.1, MTR.4.1, MTR.7.1 Benchmarks MA.912.AR.2.4, MA.912.AR.2.5, MA.912.F.1.2, MA.912.F.1.5, MA.912.FL.3.2, MA.912.FL.3.4 Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning Standards MTR.2.1, MTR.4.1, MTR.7.1 ESOL/ESE Strategies Extended Time Visual Aides Cooperative Learning Repeated Directions 1-on-1 Extended Time Visual Aides Cooperative Learning Repeated Directions 1-on-1 Extended Time Visual Aides Cooperative Learning Repeated Directions 1-on-1 Extended Time Visual Aides Cooperative Learning Repeated Directions 1-on-1 Extended Time Visual Aides Cooperative Learning Repeated Directions 1-on-1
• 2. Reinforcement Verbal Encouragement Reinforcement Verbal Encouragement Reinforcement Verbal Encouragement Reinforcement Verbal Encouragement Reinforcement Verbal Encouragement Instructional Materials Whiteboard PowerPoint Worksheets Student Companion Pages 89-96 or at SavvasRealize.com Whiteboard PowerPoint Worksheets Student Companion Pages 89-96 or at SavvasRealize.com Whiteboard PowerPoint Worksheets Student Companion Pages 89-96 or at SavvasRealize.com Whiteboard PowerPoint Worksheets Student Companion Pages 89-96 or at SavvasRealize.com Whiteboard PowerPoint Worksheets Student Companion Pages 89-96 or at SavvasRealize.com Instructional Strategies Modeling Whole- class Instructional Scaffolding Guided Practice Repetition Modeling Whole- class Instructional Scaffolding Guided Practice Repetition Modeling Whole- class Instructional Scaffolding Guided Practice Repetition Modeling Whole-class Instructional Scaffolding Guided Practice Repetition Modeling Whole-class Instructional Scaffolding Guided Practice Repetition Vocabulary ● function notation ● linear function ● function notation ● linear function ● function notation ● linear function ● function notation ● linear function ● function notation ● linear function Essential Question Linear functions can be represented in multiple ways, using words, tables, graphs, and rules. Function notation is a way to write the rule for a function f. The output of the function f(x), read “f of x,” means that f is a function of the input variable x. Linear functions can be represented in multiple ways, using words, tables, graphs, and rules. Function notation is a way to write the rule for a function f. The output of the function f(x), read “f of x,” means that f is a function of the input variable x. Linear functions can be represented in multiple ways, using words, tables, graphs, and rules. Function notation is a way to write the rule for a function f. The output of the function f(x), read “f of x,” means that f is a function of the input variable x. Linear functions can be represented in multiple ways, using words, tables, graphs, and rules. Function notation is a way to write the rule for a function f. The output of the function f(x), read “f of x,” means that f is a function of the input variable x. Linear functions can be represented in multiple ways, using words, tables, graphs, and rules. Function notation is a way to write the rule for a function f. The output of the function f(x), read “f of x,” means that f is a function of the input variable x. Homework Evaluation Notes: