Lesson Plans for Resource Math 8
Monday, November 17, 2014
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
8A students will have no math class today. They will be testing.
Common Core Standards
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations......
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Given the slope and y-intercept of a line, I can write a corresponding equation of the line in slope-intercept form.
Bellwork
Students will complete Math Minute 10 from 8th Grade Math Minutes.
Lesson (Calculating Slope/Slope-Intercept Form)
1. The teacher will go over the bellwork.
2. 2. Review and guided practice: calculating slope from a graph and from 2 points
3. Introduction to slope-intercept form, writing linear equations in slope-intercept form:
http://zonalandeducation.com/mmts/functionInstitute/linearFunctions/new/lsif0.php
4. Journal entry: slope intercept form, m=slope, b=y-intercept
5. Guided practice: slope intercept form problems
Closing
Exit ticket: slope intercept form matching
Homework
-There is no homework.
-On Friday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
Files
Common Core Standards
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations......
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Given the slope and y-intercept of a line, I can write a corresponding equation of the line in slope-intercept form.
Bellwork
Students will complete Math Minute 10 from 8th Grade Math Minutes.
Lesson (Calculating Slope/Slope-Intercept Form)
1. The teacher will go over the bellwork.
2. 2. Review and guided practice: calculating slope from a graph and from 2 points
3. Introduction to slope-intercept form, writing linear equations in slope-intercept form:
http://zonalandeducation.com/mmts/functionInstitute/linearFunctions/new/lsif0.php
4. Journal entry: slope intercept form, m=slope, b=y-intercept
5. Guided practice: slope intercept form problems
Closing
Exit ticket: slope intercept form matching
Homework
-There is no homework.
-On Friday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
Files
slope-intercept_form.pdf | |
File Size: | 2124 kb |
File Type: |
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.....
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, students will use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Bellwork
Ticket: identifying slope and y-intercept from a graph problems
Lesson (Slope-Intercept Form/Graphing Lines Given Equations in Slope-Intercept Form)
1. The teacher will go over the answers to the bellwork.
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: slope-intercept form
Homework
-On Friday, there will be a quiz over slope.
-Pick 5 items to complete on the "Finding Slope and Y-intercept from an Equation" worksheet.
Other
Files
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.....
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, students will use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Bellwork
Ticket: identifying slope and y-intercept from a graph problems
Lesson (Slope-Intercept Form/Graphing Lines Given Equations in Slope-Intercept Form)
1. The teacher will go over the answers to the bellwork.
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: slope-intercept form
Homework
-On Friday, there will be a quiz over slope.
-Pick 5 items to complete on the "Finding Slope and Y-intercept from an Equation" worksheet.
Other
Files
finding_slope_and_y-intercept_from_an_equation.pdf | |
File Size: | 19 kb |
File Type: |
slope-intercept_form_examples.docx | |
File Size: | 38 kb |
File Type: | docx |
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, I can use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Bellwork
Students will complete entrance ticket: slope ticket 5
Lesson (Slope Stations)
1. The class will go over the bellwork.
2. The teacher will give instructions, describe each station and tools students may use, pass out answer documents, and discuss expectations for group work with the class. The teacher will share groupings with students and explain color coding of stations.
3. Students will circulate through 2-3 "slope stations" with a partner as directed by the teacher.
-Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Poster with self-check
-SmartBoard: Space Boy plotting points game
-Slope Task Cards-open-ended with self-check
-Slope Task Cards-multiple choice with self-check
-Plotting points poster with self-check
-Slope poster with self-check
-Desktop computer-slope game choices
-Slope Home Run
-Finding the Slope Given 2 Points on a Graph Scavenger Hunt
Closing
Students will fill out an index card at each station with comments, questions, and progress.
Homework
-Next Wednesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
-Students will complete a slope worksheet for homework.
Other
Files
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations....
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Student Objectives
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, I can use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.
Bellwork
Students will complete entrance ticket: slope ticket 5
Lesson (Slope Stations)
1. The class will go over the bellwork.
2. The teacher will give instructions, describe each station and tools students may use, pass out answer documents, and discuss expectations for group work with the class. The teacher will share groupings with students and explain color coding of stations.
3. Students will circulate through 2-3 "slope stations" with a partner as directed by the teacher.
-Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Poster with self-check
-SmartBoard: Space Boy plotting points game
-Slope Task Cards-open-ended with self-check
-Slope Task Cards-multiple choice with self-check
-Plotting points poster with self-check
-Slope poster with self-check
-Desktop computer-slope game choices
-Slope Home Run
-Finding the Slope Given 2 Points on a Graph Scavenger Hunt
Closing
Students will fill out an index card at each station with comments, questions, and progress.
Homework
-Next Wednesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
-Students will complete a slope worksheet for homework.
Other
Files
slope_ticket_5.docx | |
File Size: | 137 kb |
File Type: | docx |
slope_ticket_4.docx | |
File Size: | 133 kb |
File Type: | docx |
Friday, November 14, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Objectives
Given a line, I can tell if its slope is negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given a line, I can tell if its slope is negative, positive, zero, or undefined.I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, I can use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given the graph of a line, I can identify the x- and y-intercepts of the line.
Bellwork.
Students will turn in homework to the homework tray.
Students will complete the remaining items on the "Calculating Slope Ticket."
Lesson (Slope Stations Continued/Slope Quiz)
1. The class will go over the correct answers to the bellwork.
2. The class will go over the correct answers to the homework.
3. Students will continue circulating through the slope stations with their partner(s).
4. Students will take a quiz over slope.
Closing
Exit ticket: stations rating ticket
Homework
There is no homework.
Other
Files
8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
8.EE.B.6: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
EE.68.5a: Identify the slope of a line (Ohio Extended Standard)
EE.68.5b: Determine whether a line has a positive, a negative or no slope. (Ohio Extended Standard)
Objectives
Given a line, I can tell if its slope is negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.
Given a line, I can tell if its slope is negative, positive, zero, or undefined.I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can identify its slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.Given the graph of a line, I can use "rise/run" to calculate the slope of the line.Given coordinates for two points on a line, I can plot the points, create, the line, and determine the slope.
Given the coordinates for two points on a line, I can use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Given the graph of a line, I can identify the x- and y-intercepts of the line.
Bellwork.
Students will turn in homework to the homework tray.
Students will complete the remaining items on the "Calculating Slope Ticket."
Lesson (Slope Stations Continued/Slope Quiz)
1. The class will go over the correct answers to the bellwork.
2. The class will go over the correct answers to the homework.
3. Students will continue circulating through the slope stations with their partner(s).
4. Students will take a quiz over slope.
Closing
Exit ticket: stations rating ticket
Homework
There is no homework.
Other
Files