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4th Grade:

Math Lesson for May 17, 2015 by Freddie Roman - ToroChange customary units of length from larger units to smaller units.

5th Grade:

Lesson PlanTo find patterns in products when multiplying by powers of 10.
E.Q. How can patterns help you place the decimal point in a product?
CCSS: CC.5.NBT.2 and CC.5 NBT.7

Relationships in Function TablesWrite and interpret numerical expressions; Analyse patterns and relationships

6th Grade:

LESSON PLAN PRESENTATIONStudents will understand the order of operations for solving algebraic functions and then be able to apply their knowledge to solve basic algebraic problems.

Staircases and SteepnessStudents will rank steepness of staircases from least to greatest. They will measure different parts of the staircase and explore ways to calculate slope that would match their visuals of what steepness is.

Staircases and SteepnessStudents will rank steepness of staircases from least to greatest. They will measure different parts of the staircase and explore ways to calculate slope that would match their visuals of what steepness is.

7th Grade:

Ms.Marie JeudyHow do we solve proportions when a variable is missing?

Pre-AlgebraIdentify parts of an Algebriac Expression.
Simplify Algebraic Expressions by combining like terms - REVIEW

Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.

Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.

8th Grade:

Fairfield Middle School
Math Department
Weekly Lesson Plans for 01/11 - 15/2016Understand and apply the laws of exponents (i.e. product rule, quotient rule, power to a power, product to a power, quotient to a power, zero power property, negative exponents) to simplify numerical expressions that include integer exponents.

Pythagorean TheoremStudents will be able to explain a proof the Pythagorean Theorem 8.G.6

Teaching Square RootsStudents will be able to use square root and cube root symbols to represent solutions to equations f=of the form x to the power of 2 equals x to the power of 3 equals p, where p is a positive rational number.

Weekly Lesson Plans for 01/11 - 15/2016Understand and apply the laws of exponents (i.e. product rule, quotient rule, power to a power, product to a power, quotient to a power, zero power property, negative exponents) to simplify numerical expressions that include integer exponents.

Writing Word Problems for Linear SystemsStudents should be able to write 4 word problems using real-life information: 2 problems can be modeled by slope-intercept equations, and 2 can be modeled by standard forms.

Written Lesson PlanStudent should be able to find the correct factors to use in order to factor a trinomial by using the Tic-Tac Method
Student should be able to factor trinomials, with A >=1, by the Box Method.
Students should then be able to see how Tic-Tac is then used in the Box Method.

9th Grade:

1 Introduction to Linear EquationsStudents will be able to look at an equation and know if it is linear. Students will be able to make a t-chart and graph a linear equation.

2 Finding the slope of a line graphicallyStudents should be able to find the slope of a line that is graphed on a Cartesian coordinate plane.

3 Finding the Slope AlgebraicallyStudents be able to find the slope of a line algebraically when given two points.

4 Slope Intercept Form of Linear EquationsStudents will be able to graph an equation that is in the slope intercept form.
Students will be able to solve for y in any format to put equation into the slope intercept form. Students will understand what slope and y-intercept are.

5 Linear equation ReviewStudents will understand the form of a linear equation.
Students will know how to graph a linear equation knowing two point or the slope and a point, or from a equation in the slope intercept or standard form.
Students will be able to find the slope of a line either graphically or algebraically, or from a given equation.

Algebra prep LP (emergency)Students will solve problems on different topics of CC Algebra

Chapter 2 Review Algebra IStudents will be able to:
1) Subtract, multiply, divide, and distribute rational numbers;
2) Use unit factors to convert units;
3) Identify a function.

Graphing Linear EquationsStudents will be able to look at an equation and know if it is linear. Students will be able to use "Geogebra" and graph a linear equation.

Introduction to Systems of Linear EquationsStudents will be able to look at a graph of a system of linear equations and find the solution from the graph.
Students will be able to solve a system of linear equations in two variables graphically.

Introduction to Solving Algebraic Equations1. Students should be able to classify expressions and equations as numeric or algebraic and identify terms, factors, and coefficients.
2. Students can use order of operations to simplify expressions and evaluate expressions.

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to:
1) Subtract, multiply, divide, and distribute rational numbers;
2) Use unit factors to convert units;
3) Identify a function.

Math U See, Algebra 1Negative last term, Adding zero, positive last term, coefficients of X, negative coefficients of X

Modeling Linear EquationsThis lesson is intended to assess how well students use algebra in context, and in particular, how well students:
• Explore relationships between variables in everyday situations.
• Find unknown values from known values.
• Find relationships between pairs of unknowns, and express these as tables and graphs.

My Lesson PlanAfter successful completion of this lesson, students will be able to:
1- Identify and sketch the general forms of linear and quadratic parent functions,
2- Identify mathematical domains and ranges and determine reasonable domain and range values for given situations, both continuous and discrete,
3- Interpret situations in terms of given graphs or creates situations that fit given graphs; and
4- Collect and organize data, make and interpret scatterplots, and model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments in problem situations.

My Lesson PlanAfter successful completion of this lesson, students will be able to:
1- Identify and sketch the general forms of linear and quadratic parent functions,
2- Identify mathematical domains and ranges and determine reasonable domain and range values for given situations, both continuous and discrete,
3- Interpret situations in terms of given graphs or creates situations that fit given graphs; and
4- Collect and organize data, make and interpret scatterplots, and model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments in problem situations.

Simple Interest, Average Speed, Perimeter/Area of a quadrilateral.students will learn how to apply formulas in word problems.

Substitute Math Lesson 2Students will be able to identify and perform one-step mathematical and algebraic operations

11th Grade:

Algebra LessonThe learner will: review and learn new economic and philanthropy vocabulary words using a game, use an economic decision-making model, define how choices can affect their own well-being and that of the community. research a nonprofit organization. review a nonprofit/civil society organization’s description and budget information.complete budget revenue and expenses worksheets for a nonprofit

Factoring QuizStudents will demonstrate their knowledge by taking a factoring quiz using the strategies they learned the previous week. The will check all of their answers by "FOIL"ing/Distributing.

Factoring QuizStudents will demonstrate their knowledge by taking a factoring quiz using the strategies they learned the previous week. The will check all of their answers by "FOIL"ing/Distributing.

Factoring Trinomial Squares + Review Prior Factoring StrategiesStudents will recognize the characteristics of trinomial squares and factor them.

Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and Difference of SquaresA student will be able to identify the greatest common factor(s). Plus, factor difference of squares.

Lesson NineThe student will be able to:
multiply two polynomials using the FOIL method, Box method and the distributive property.

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to:
Learn about the lesson.
Participate in group discussion and respect other's opinions.
Define the basic components of Distributive Property and FOIL Method.

Lesson PlanThe students will learn what combinations are and how to solve multiple problems using combinations proficiently and have complete understanding of the lesson.

Trial and Error, a=1, Plus, Review Prior Factoring StrategiesStudents will be able to factor trinomials that have a leading coefficient of 1 by trial and error.

Trial and Error, a=integerBy trial and error, students will be able to factor trinomials that have a leading integer coefficient.

Trial and Error, a=integerBy trial and error, students will be able to factor trinomials that have a leading integer coefficient.

Trial and Error, a=prime#Students will be able to factor trinomials that have a prime leading coefficient by trial and error.

12th Grade:

DeterminantsStudents will understand purpose of determinants, how to determine them from given 2x2 matrices, and what information you can acquire after obtaining a matrices determinant.

Lesson PlanStudent will reinforce skills learned to prepare for GED Math test. Areas of focus are Algebra, Geometry, and computation in fractions, decimals and percents.

Slope of a lineThe students will find slope using 2 given points and the slope formula. The students will also find slope from a given line and using rise/run.

Vector EquationsStudents should be able to define a vector, able to translate matrices into vector equations, and know how to solve vector equations. They will understand what vector equations are used for in solving systems of equations, and what each type of solution means. Students will also be able to describe geometrically what vectors look like and graph them.

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