7/17/2013Algebra 1 Unit 1 OrganizerRepresenting Relationships MathematicallyPage 2
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Unit Conversion(2 days)N-Q.1I can use unit analysisand perform unitconversions.xxin class instruction;practice problemsnoneProblems of varying difficultyare incorporatedinto the problemsets.uens wouneed to interpretthe situation todetermine whichunits may beneeded to changeto the answer required.Parts of anExpression (1day)A-SSE.1aI can identify parts of anexpression.xxin class instruction;practice problemsnoneroems ovarying difficultyare incorporatedinto the problemsets.uens wouneed to befamiliar with thedefinitions of keyterms.Writing linear equations (5days)N-Q.1; N-Q.2; A-CED.1, A-CED.2, A-CED.3; F-BF.1aI can create linear equations andinequalities in onevariable to represent asituation. I can createequations in twovariables to representrelationships betweenquantities. I can interpretsolutions of an equationas viable or non-viable.xxin class instruction;practice problemsnoneProblems of varying difficultyare incorporatedinto the problemsets.Word Problemsare included as apart of thepractice set -students have tointerpret intoalgebraic notation.Graphingequations (4days) A-REI.10; N-Q.1; F-IF.5;F-IF.9can grap an equaonin two variables. I candetermine the domainfor a given function intwo variables. I cancompare properties of two functions graphically,in table form, andalgebraically.xxin class instruction;practice problemsDesmosProblems of varying difficultyare incorporatedinto the problemsets.Students will needto interpret theproblem situationto determine whatanswers makesense.
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