__Lesson Plans for Resource Math 8__

**Monday, November 24, 2014**

__8.EE.B.5: Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.__

Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards

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)

__Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.__

Student Objectives

Student Objectives

I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can make an x-y chart and plot the points to graph the line.Given a slope and y-intercept, I can write a linear equation in slope-intercept form.

Given a slope and y-intercept, I can graph the corresponding line.

I can explain that slope is the rate of change of a linear equation.

__Students will complete the "Slope-Intercept Form Ticket."__

Bellwork

Bellwork

__1. Demonstration-teacher will show students how to match a graphed line to its corresponding equation.__

Lesson

Lesson

2. Cooperative Learning-students will complete the slope-intercept form matching activity with a partner or partners.

3. Scaffolded notes (graphic organizer) and demonstration-how to graph a linear equation given a point and the slope, an equation in slope-intercept form OR the y-intercept and slope.

4. Guided practice-"Slope Intercept Races"

5. Discussion and demonstration-What happens to the graph of a line when the slope changes? Increases? Decreases? What happens to the graph of a line when the y-intercept changes? Increases? Decreases?

http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/SlopeSlider/?version=1.6.0_02&browser=MSIE&vendor=Sun_Microsystems_Inc

6. Paired practice: Slope-Intercept Battleship game with a partner

__Closing__

Exit ticket: match equations and graphed lines

__Homework__

-There will be a brief quiz over slope-intercept form on Wednesday.

-Complete the "Slope-Intercept Form Graphing" worksheet.

__Other__

Files

Files

slope-intercept_form_ticket.docx | |

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slope-intercept_form_matching_ticket.docx | |

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flowchartforwritingequationsinslopeinterceptform.doc | |

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slope-intercept_race.pdf | |

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slope_intercept_form_battleship_iisanumber.blogspot.com.pdf | |

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graphing_linear_equations_in_slope-intercept_form.docx | |

File Size: | 27 kb |

File Type: | docx |

**Tuesday, November 25, 2014**

__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)

__Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.__

Student Objectives

Student Objectives

I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can make an x-y chart and plot the points to graph the line.

Given a slope and y-intercept, I can write a linear equation in slope-intercept form.

Given a slope and y-intercept, I can graph the corresponding line.

I can explain that slope is the rate of change of a linear equation.

__Students will complete "Slope-Intercept Form Ticket 2."__

Bellwork

Bellwork

__Lesson__(Slope-Intercept Form "Stained Glass" Project)

1. Whole class-review homework assignment

2. Teacher demonstration and explanation: slope-intercept form "stained glass" project

3. Independent work-students will work on project with teacher assistance as needed

__Closing__

Exit ticket: graph a line given an equation in slope-intercept form

__Homework__

-There will be a brief quiz over slope-intercept form tomorrow.

__Other__

Files

Files

stained_glass_window-_graphing_linear_equations.doc | |

File Size: | 46 kb |

File Type: | doc |

slope-intercept_form_ticket_2.docx | |

File Size: | 23 kb |

File Type: | docx |

**Wednesday, November 26, 2014**

__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 a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can identify the slope and y-intercept.

I can draw and/or find real-world examples of slopes that are negative, positive, zero, or undefined.Given a linear equation in slope-intercept form, I can make an x-y chart and plot the points to graph the line.

Given a slope and y-intercept, I can write a linear equation in slope-intercept form.

Given a slope and y-intercept, I can graph the corresponding line.

I can explain that slope is the rate of change of a linear equation.

__Students will complete the "Slope-Intercept Form Review Ticket."__

Bellwork

Bellwork

__(Slope-Intercept Form Quiz/Slope-Intercept Form Project)__

Lesson

Lesson

1. Students will complete a brief quiz over slope-intercept form.

2. Students will complete their slope-intercept form "stained glass" project.

__Writing prompt: "What I have learned about slope....."__

Closing

Closing

__Homework__

-No homework has been assigned. Enjoy your Thanksgiving break!

__Other__

Files

Files