Lesson Plans for Resource Math 8
Monday, November 3, 2014
There will be a substitute teacher today.
Common Core Standards
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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.
Student Objectives
I can match math vocabulary terms to their corresponding definitions and examples.
I can label the xaxis, yaxis, origin, and all 4 quadrants on a coordinate graph.
I can plot ordered pairs and identify the coordinates of given points on a coordinate graph.
I can calculate the answers to basic numerical problems involving all 4 operations, decimals, and fractions.
Bellwork
Students will complete a coordinate grid entrance ticket.
Lesson (Vocabulary Quiz/Plotting Points/Basic Calculation Assessment)
1. The substitute will collect the bellwork.
2. Students will complete a math vocabulary quiz over list 2. The substitute will read aloud the quiz to the class. The substitute will collect the
quizzes.
3. Students will complete a basic math calculation assessment without calculators. The substitute will collect the assessments.
4. Students complete a plotting ordered pairs worksheet. The substitute will collect the worksheets at the end of the period.
Closing
Students will complete a selfassessment checklist regarding their skill in plotting points, writing ordered pairs, and using related vocabulary.
Homework
There is no homework.
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Common Core Standards
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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.
Student Objectives
I can match math vocabulary terms to their corresponding definitions and examples.
I can label the xaxis, yaxis, origin, and all 4 quadrants on a coordinate graph.
I can plot ordered pairs and identify the coordinates of given points on a coordinate graph.
I can calculate the answers to basic numerical problems involving all 4 operations, decimals, and fractions.
Bellwork
Students will complete a coordinate grid entrance ticket.
Lesson (Vocabulary Quiz/Plotting Points/Basic Calculation Assessment)
1. The substitute will collect the bellwork.
2. Students will complete a math vocabulary quiz over list 2. The substitute will read aloud the quiz to the class. The substitute will collect the
quizzes.
3. Students will complete a basic math calculation assessment without calculators. The substitute will collect the assessments.
4. Students complete a plotting ordered pairs worksheet. The substitute will collect the worksheets at the end of the period.
Closing
Students will complete a selfassessment checklist regarding their skill in plotting points, writing ordered pairs, and using related vocabulary.
Homework
There is no homework.
Other
Files
plotting_ordered_pairshard.pdf  
File Size:  20 kb 
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Common Core Standards
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld 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.
Bellwork
Students will complete a slope pretest.
Lesson (Introduction to Slope/Slope from a Graph)
1. The teacher will go over the bellwork.
2. Preassessment: students will complete a brief pretest over slope.
3. The teacher will generate interest in the topic by showing a snowboarding video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXguEfc5P6E
4. Scaffolded notes: "Slope!"first half of page
5. The teacher will present examples slopes (positive, negative, zero, undefined) in the real world.
6. Scaffolded notes: "Slope Reference Sheet!"first page
7. YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcSrJPiQvHQ
8. Demonstrationcalculating slope from a graph with rise/run
9. Guided practicebottom half of first page of scaffolded "Slope!" notes
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: identifying positive, negative, zero and undefined slopes
Students will complete the traffic light rating ticket which requires them to identify their level of understanding of the day's lesson.
Homework
Students will draw, print, or cut out realworld examples of each type of slope: positive, negative, zero or undefined.
Students will complete 5 problems on the "Find the Slope of Each Line" worksheet.
On Monday, November 10, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
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8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld 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.
Bellwork
Students will complete a slope pretest.
Lesson (Introduction to Slope/Slope from a Graph)
1. The teacher will go over the bellwork.
2. Preassessment: students will complete a brief pretest over slope.
3. The teacher will generate interest in the topic by showing a snowboarding video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXguEfc5P6E
4. Scaffolded notes: "Slope!"first half of page
5. The teacher will present examples slopes (positive, negative, zero, undefined) in the real world.
6. Scaffolded notes: "Slope Reference Sheet!"first page
7. YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcSrJPiQvHQ
8. Demonstrationcalculating slope from a graph with rise/run
9. Guided practicebottom half of first page of scaffolded "Slope!" notes
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: identifying positive, negative, zero and undefined slopes
Students will complete the traffic light rating ticket which requires them to identify their level of understanding of the day's lesson.
Homework
Students will draw, print, or cut out realworld examples of each type of slope: positive, negative, zero or undefined.
Students will complete 5 problems on the "Find the Slope of Each Line" worksheet.
On Monday, November 10, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
Files



Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 identify realworld 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, students will use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Bellwork
Given the graph of a line, students will use rise/run to calculate the slope and will also solve several special solutions problems.
Lesson (Determining Slope Given Coordinates of Two Points)
1. The teacher will go over the answers to the bellwork.
2. Students will share the realworld examples they found/drew to represent the 4 types of slope: positive, negative, zero, and undefined.
3. The teacher will go over the answers to the homework.
4. Vocabulary entry: yintercept, xintercept
5. Guided practice: identifying yintercept and xintercept
6. Scaffolded notes: second page of "Slopes!" notes
7. Guided practice: calculating slope given two points (with a graph and with formula)
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: calculate slope given two points and a coordinate grid and also with the slope formula
Homework
On Monday, November 10, there will be a quiz over slope.
Students will complete the "Calculating Slope" worksheet.
Other
Files
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 identify realworld 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, students will use the slope formula to calculate the slope.
Bellwork
Given the graph of a line, students will use rise/run to calculate the slope and will also solve several special solutions problems.
Lesson (Determining Slope Given Coordinates of Two Points)
1. The teacher will go over the answers to the bellwork.
2. Students will share the realworld examples they found/drew to represent the 4 types of slope: positive, negative, zero, and undefined.
3. The teacher will go over the answers to the homework.
4. Vocabulary entry: yintercept, xintercept
5. Guided practice: identifying yintercept and xintercept
6. Scaffolded notes: second page of "Slopes!" notes
7. Guided practice: calculating slope given two points (with a graph and with formula)
Closing
Students will complete an exit ticket: calculate slope given two points and a coordinate grid and also with the slope formula
Homework
On Monday, November 10, there will be a quiz over slope.
Students will complete the "Calculating Slope" worksheet.
Other
Files


Thursday, November 6, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find realworld 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 realworld 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.
Bellwork
Students will complete entrance ticket: calculating slope and special solutions
Lesson (Slope Stations)
1. The class will go over the bellwork.
2. Students will circulate through "slope stations" with a partner as directed by the teacher.
Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Poster with selfcheck
SmartBoard: plotting points game choices
Slope Task Cardsopenended with selfcheck
Slope from a Graph Task Cardsmultiple choice with selfcheck
Desktop computerslope game choices
plotting points on a coordinate grid poster with selfcheck
Closing
Students will fill out an index card at each station with comments, questions, and progress.
Homework
On Tuesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Complete 5 questions on the "Calculating Slope Ticket."
Other
Files
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.
I can draw and/or find realworld 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 realworld 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.
Bellwork
Students will complete entrance ticket: calculating slope and special solutions
Lesson (Slope Stations)
1. The class will go over the bellwork.
2. Students will circulate through "slope stations" with a partner as directed by the teacher.
Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Poster with selfcheck
SmartBoard: plotting points game choices
Slope Task Cardsopenended with selfcheck
Slope from a Graph Task Cardsmultiple choice with selfcheck
Desktop computerslope game choices
plotting points on a coordinate grid poster with selfcheck
Closing
Students will fill out an index card at each station with comments, questions, and progress.
Homework
On Tuesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Complete 5 questions on the "Calculating Slope Ticket."
Other
Files
slope_ticket.docx  
File Size:  90 kb 
File Type:  docx 
Friday, November 6, 2014
Common Core Standard
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld 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 realworld 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 yintercepts 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)
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).
Closing
Exit ticket: stations rating ticket
Homework
On Tuesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
Files
8.EE.C.7: Solve linear equations in one variable.
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 realworld 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 realworld 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 yintercepts 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)
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).
Closing
Exit ticket: stations rating ticket
Homework
On Tuesday, there will be a quiz over slope.
Other
Files