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1 St. Michael-Albertville Middle School East Teacher: Dawn Tveitbakk Grade 8 Math September 2014 UEQ: (new) CEQ: WHAT IS THE LANGUAGE OF ALGEBRA? HOW ARE FUNCTIONS USED? HOW CAN ALGEBRA BE USED TO SOLVE REAL WORLD SITUATIONS? How can you represent quantities, patterns, and relationships? How are properties related to algebra? Foundations for Algebra 1.Variables Foundations of Algebra 1a. Distinguish between variable and constant quantities 1b. Model relationships with equations and expressions 2a. Simplify expressions involving exponents 2b. Use the order of operations to evaluate expressions 3a. Classify, graph and compare real numbers 3b. Find and estimate square roots 3c. Find sums and differences of real numbers 3d. Find products and quotients of real numbers Foundations of Algebra LT1. I can classify real numbers (rational, irrational, integer, whole, natural) LT 2. I can use the order of operations (PEMDAS). LT 3. I can write an algebraic expression or function rule (equation) using variables. LT 4. I can order/compare real numbers. LT 5. I can identify and apply the properties I use when simplifying an expression. LT 6. I can add, subtract, multiply and divide rational numbers. LT 7. I can simplify and estimate square roots. LT 8. I can identify solutions of a two variable equation using tables, graphs and equations. LT 9. I can evaluate expressions containing square roots, absolute value and variables. Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Prentice Hall Algebra 1, Chapter 1 Key Vocabulary (new text) expression (1-1) variable (1-1) evaluate (1-2) simplify exponent (1-2) base (1-2) square root rational (1-3) irrational (1-3) integer (1-3) whole number (1-3) perfect square (1-3) commutative property (1-4) associative property (1-4) absolute value (1-5) reciprocal (1-6) distributive property (1-7) like terms (1-7) coefficient (1-7) constant term (1-7) equation (1-8) solution (1-8) 2.Order of Operations 4a. Identify, apply and examine properties of real numbers 1 of 15

2 3.Real Numbers 4.Properties of Numbers 5.Patterns, Equations and Graphs 5a. Solve equations using tables and mental math 5b. Use tables, equations and graphs to describe relationships October 2014 (new)ueq: How are multi-step equations, Solving Equations 1a Solve one-step equations Solving Equations LT1, I can solve onestep and multi-step equations with one Solving Equations Solving Equations Key Vocabulary 2 of 15

3 including those with variables on both sides, solved when using the properties of equality? Solving Equations 1. Equations 2. Proportionality 1b Solve two-step equations 1c Solve multistep equations 1d Solve equations with variables on both sides 1e Identify equations that are identities or no solutions 1f Rewrite and use literal equations and formulas 1g Solve problems using the Pythagorean Theorem (lesson 10-1) 2a Find ratios and rates 2b Convert units and rates 2c Solve and apply proportions 2d Find missing lengths in similar figures variable. LT2. I can solve problems involving right triangles using the Pythagorean Theorem LT3. I can write and solve a proportion and apply it to real world situation LT4. I can model a real world problem with an algebraic equation and solve it. LT5. I can find a unit rate. LT6. I can find percent of change and describe as increase or decrease LT7. I can find the percent error of a measurement. (new text chapter 2)) isolate (2-1) inverse operations (2-1) identity (2-4) no solution (2-4) formula (2-5) pythagorean theorem ((10-1) hypotenuse (10-1) leg (10-1) distance formula(concept byte) midpoint formula (concept byte) ratio (2-6) unit rate (2-6) proportion (2-7) cross products/multiplication (2-7) similar figures (2-8) scale model (2-8) percent (2-9) interest (2-9) percent change (2-10) percent error (2-10) 3 of 15

4 2e Solve percent problems using proportions and percent equation 2f Find percent change 2e Find relative/percent error November 2014 (new)ueq: How can equations and inequalities that Solving Inequalities 1a. Write, graph and identify solutions of inequalities. 1b. Use addition or subtraction to solve inequalities. Solving Inequalities LT1. I can graph a linear inequality on a number line. Solving Inequalities Solving Inequalities Key Vocabulary (new text ch 3) solution of inequality (3-1) compound inequality 4 of 15

5 involve absolute value 1c. Use multiplication or and/or(3-6) division to solve inequalities. be solved? 1d. Solve multi-step How do you represent inequalities. relationships between quantities that are not equal? How can you solve inequalities? Solving Inequalities 1 Inequalities 2. Compound Inequalities 3. Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 2a. Solve and graph inequalities containing the word and 2b. Solve and graph inequalities containing the word or 3a. Solve equations and inequalities involving absolute value. LT2. I can solve linear inequalities. LT3. I can solve equations involving absolute value. LT4. I can solve inequalities involving absolute value. LT5. I can graph absolute value inequalities on a number line. LT6. I can write an inequality to model a real world situation. December of 15

6 (new)ueq: How can you represent and describe functions? Can functions describe real-world situations? Introduction to Functions 1. Using graphs to relate two quantities. 2. Patterns and functions 3. Graphing a function rule 4. Writing a function rule 5. Function notation and sequences Introduction to Functions 1a. Represent mathematical relationships using graphs. 2a. Identify and represent patterns that describe linear functions. 2b. Identify and represent patterns that describe nonlinear functions. 3a. Graph equations that represent functions. 4a. Write equations that represent functions. 4b. Determine whether a relation is a function. 4c. Find a domain and range and use function notation. 5a. Identify and extend patterns in sequences. 5b. Represent arithmetic sequences using function notation. Introduction to Functions LT1. I know what function notation is. LT2. I can evaluate functions given input values (domain). LT3. I can use a linear function to find terms in an arithmetic sequence. LT4. I can model functions using rules, tables and graphs. LT5. I can match a function rule to its graph/or table. Introduction to Functions Introduction to Functions Key Vocabulary (new text chapter 4) dependent variable (4-2) independent variable (4-2) input (4-2) output (4-2) linear function (4-2) function (4-2) non linear function (4-3) continuous graph (4-4) discrete graph (4-4) domain (4-6) range (4-6) function notation (4-6) common difference (4-7) arithmetic sequence (4-7) 6 of 15

7 January 2015 (new)ueq: What does the slope of a line indicate about a line. What information does the equation of a line give you? How can you make predictions based on a scatter plot? LINEAR FUNCTIONS 1. Rate of Change and Slope 2. Forms of Linear Equations. 3. Scatter Plots and Trend Lines 4. Absolute Value Functions 5. Distance Formula and Mid-point Formula LINEAR FUNCTIONS 1a. Find the rates of change from tables. 1b. Find slope. 1c. Determine whether lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 1d. Write equations of parallel lines and perpendicular lines. 2a. Write and graph an equation of a direct variation (y = mx). 2b. Write linear equations using Slope-Intercept Form. 2c. Graph linear equations using Slope-Intercept Form. 2d. Write and graph linear equations using Point-Slope form. 2e. Graph linear equations using intercepts. 2f. Write linear equations in Standard Form. 3a. Write an equation of a trend line and of a line of best fit. 3b. Use a trend line and a line of best fit to make predictions. 4a. Graph an absolute value function. 4b. Translate the graph of an absolute value function. 5a. Use the distance formula to find the distance between 2 points on a graph. 5b. Determine the mid-point of a line. LINEAR FUNCTIONS LT1. I can find the rate of change/ slope from a table, graph and equation. LT2. I can find the slope using 2 points LT3. I can write and graph linear relationships using stand form, slope-intercept and point-slope form. LT4. I can write an equation, create a table and make a graph from a word problem. LT5. I can change linear equations from one form to another. LT6. I can determine if lines are parallel or perpendicular and write equations for these lines. LT7. I understand what trend lines and lines of best fit are and how to use them. LT8. I can write an absolute value equation for a translation (slide) of a parent function and graph these translations. LT9. I can find the distance between 2 points on a line. LT 10. I know that a linear function is proportional if the y-intercept is zero. LINEAR FUNCTIONS LINEAR FUNCTIONS Key Vocabulary (chapter 5 new text) rate of change (5-1) slope (5-1) direct variation/proportional y= mx (5-2) constant of variation/slope (5-2) linear equation (5-3) y-intercept (5-3) slope intercept form (5-3) point slope form (5-4) standard form (5-5) x-intercept (5-5) parallel lines (5-6) perpendicular lines (5-6) scatter plot (5-7) trend line (5-7) positive correlation (5-7) negative correlation (5-7) no correlation (5-7) line of best fit (5-7) correlation coefficient (5-7) translation (5-8) 7 of 15

8 February 2015 (new)ueq: How can you solve a system of equations or inequalities? Can systems of equations model realworld situations? Systems of Equations and Systems of Equations and Inequalities 1a. Solve systems of equations by graphing. 1b. Analyze special systems. 1c. Solve systems of equations using substitution. 1d. Solve systems by adding or subtracting to eliminate a variable. Systems of Equations and Inequalities LT1. I can solve a system of equations by graphing. LT2. I can solve a system of equations using substitution. LT3. I can solve a system of equations using elimination. LT4. I understand what it means for a system to have infinite solutions or no solution. LT5. I can write a system of linear equations for a word problem. LT6. I can model, write and graph linear inequalities. Systems of Equations and Inequalities Systems of Equations and Inequalities Key Vocabulary (chapter 6 new text) systems of linear equations (6-1) solution of a system of linear equations (6-1) infinitely many solutions (6-1) no solution (6-1) substitution method (6-2) elimination method (6-3) linear inequality (6-5) solution of linear inequality (6-5) systems of linear inequality (6-6) solution of a system of linear inequality (6-6) 8 of 15

9 Inequalities 1e. Choose the best LT7. I can model, write and graph systems of linear method for solving a inequalities. 1. Solving Systems of system of linear equations. Equations. 2a. Graph linear 2. Linear Inequalities inequalities in two 3. Applying Linear Systems variables. 2b. Use linear inequalities when modeling real-world solutions. 2c. Solve systems of linear inequalities by graphing. 3a. Model real-world situations using systems of linear inequalities. March of 15

10 (new)ueq: How can you represent very large and very small numbers? How can you simplify expressions involving exponents. What are the characteristics of exponential functions? Exponents and Exponential Functions 1. Zero and Negative Exponents 2. Scientific Notation 3. Properties of Exponents 4. Exponential Functions and Geometric Sequences. 5. Exponential Growth and Decay Exponents and Exponential Functions 1a. Simplify expressions involving zero and negative exponents. 2a. Write numbers in scientific and standard notation. 2b. Compare and order numbers using scientific notation. 3a. Multiply powers with the same base. 3b. Raise a power to a power. 3c. Raise a product to a power. 3d. Divide powers with the same base. 3e. Raise a quotient to a power. 4a. Evaluate and graph exponential functions. 4b. Find rules for geometric sequences and extend geometric sequences. 5a. Model exponential growth and decay. Exponents and Exponential Functions LT1. I can evaluate and simplify exponents LT2. I can change between scientific and standard notation. LT3. I can represent real world situations using scientific notation. LT4. I can use the geometric sequence rule to find any term (nth) LT5. I can evaluate and model exponential functions. Exponents and Exponential Functions Exponents and Exponential Functions Key Vocabulary (chapter 7 new text) scientific notation (7-2) standard notation (7-2) exponential functions (7-6) geometric sequences (concept byte) exponential growth(7-7) exponential decay (7-7) growth factor (7-7) decay factor (7-7) compound interest*optional (7-7) 10 of 15

11 April 2015 UEQ: Polynomials and Factoring Polynomials and Factoring Polynomials and Factoring Polynomials and Factoring Can two algebraic expressions that appear to be different be equivalent? How are the properties of real numbers related to polynomials? Polynomials and Factoring 1. Adding and Subtracting Polynomials 2. Multiplying Binomials and Special Cases 3. Factoring Trinomials and Special Cases 4. Factoring by Grouping 1a. Classify, add and subtract polynomials 2a. Multiply a monomial by a polynomial 2b. Factor a monomial from a polynomial 2c. Multiply two binomials or a binomial by a trinomial. 2d. Find the square of a binomial and to find the product of a sum and difference. 3a. Factor trinomials of the form x 2 + bx + c 3b. Factor trinomials of the form ax 2 + bx + c 3c. Factor perfect-square trinomials and the differences of two squares. 4a. Factor higher-degree polynomials by grouping. LT1. I can classify polynomials by degree and by number of terms LT2. I can simplify polynomials using addition, subtraction and multiplication including the distributive property (FOIL) LT3. I can factor polynomials. Key Vocabulary monomial (8-1) degree of a polynomial (8-1) polynomial (8-1) standard form of polynomial (8-1) binomial (8-1) trinomial (8-1) factor (8-2) FOIL (8-3) 11 of 15

12 May 2015 Content UEQ: What are the characteristics of quadratic functions? How can you solve a quadratic equation? How can you use functions to model real-world situations? Quadratic Functions and Equations 1.Graphing Quadratic Functions 2.Solving Quadratic Equations 3.Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations. 4.Choosing a Model 12 of 15

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