Algebra I Pacing Guides, Quarter 1 SY 2017-18

Q1

SY 17-18

Q2

SY 17-18

Q3

SY 17-18

Q4

SY 17-18

Overview

 

Module 1: Relationships Between Quantities and Reasoning with Equations and Their Graphs

Students are introduced to nonlinear equations and their graphs. Students formalize their understanding of equivalent algebraic expressions and begin their study of polynomial expressions.

Topic A: Introduction to Functions Studied this Year—Graphing Stories

Topic B: The Structure of Expressions

Topic C: Solving Equations and Inequalities

 

Module 2: Descriptive Statistics

Students develop a set of tools for understanding and interpreting variability in data and begin to make more informed decisions from data. Students work with data distributions of various shapes, centers, and spreads.

Topic A: Shapes and Centers of Distributions

Topic B: Describing Variability and Comparing Distributions

 

High School Math Schedule of Assessed Standards (SAS)

 

  • Week 1: September 5

    Module

    1

    Topic

    A

    Lesson

    1

    2

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic A

    N.Q.A.1

    N.Q.A.2

    N.Q.A.3

    CED.A.2

    Notes:

    Lesson 1 (Exploration Lesson)

    Technology needed to show video.

     

    Lesson 2 (E)

    Technology needed to show video. A deep understanding of quadratics is not necessary for this lesson. Students will simply graph a quadratic and recognize that not all graphs involve linear lines.

  • Week 2: September 11

    Module

    1

    Topic

    A

    B

    Lesson

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic A

    N.Q.A.1

    N.Q.A.2

    N.Q.A.3

    CED.A.2

     

    Topic B

    SSE.A.2

    APR.A.1

    Notes:

    Lesson 3 (E)

    Have technology prepared to show video. Consider using Problem Set problems for small group rotation stations this week.

     

    Lesson 4 (E)

    Consider making enlarged versions of water consumption graph for students to work with.

     

    Lesson 5 (E)

    Have technology prepared to show video. Emphasize the language "intersection point".

     

    Lesson 6 (Problem Set Lesson)

    For coherence with previous grads, consider using an area model when modeling as one way to represent distributive property.

  • Week 3: September 18

    Module

    1

    Topic

    B

    Lesson

    7

    8

    9

    Assessment

    Mid Module Assessment

    Administer after lesson 9

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic B

    SSE.A.2

    APR.A.1

    Notes:

    Lesson 7 (Socratic Lesson)

    Consider creating yourself, or having students create,  an anchor chart  to refer to properties throughout the rest of year. Properties addressed in this lesson will continuously be referenced in higher math classes.

     

    Lesson 8 (S)

    The exit ticket focuses on both a conceptual and procedural understanding, allow the questions you chose to focus on during lesson to do the same.

     

    Lesson 9 (P)

    Use area model strategy for multiplying polynomials just as you used it in lesson 6.

     

    One day is provided this week for Mid Module Assessment.

    Standards Addressed in Module Assessment

    Mid Module

    N-Q.A.1

    N-Q.A.2,

    N-Q.A.3

    A-APR.A.1,

    A-SSE.A.2

  • Week 4: September 25

    Module

    1

    Topic

    C

    Lesson

    10

    11

    12

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic C

    CED.A.3

    CED.A.4

    REI.A.1

    REI.B.3

    REI.C.5

    REI.C.6

    REI.D.10

    REI.D.12

    Notes:

    An extra day is provided this week to return assessment and remediate Module 1 as needed.

     

    Lesson 10 (P)

    Consider clarifying language such as "number sentence" and "algebraic equation".

     

    Lesson 11 (P)

    Refer to previously made "properties anchor chart" while working through lesson.

     

    Lesson 12 (P)

    Provide fluency practice with problem set problems from lesson during small group rotations this week.

  • Week 5: October 2

    Module

    1

    Topic

    C

    Lesson

    13

    14

    15

    16

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic C

    CED.A.3

    CED.A.4

    REI.A.1

    REI.B.3

    REI.C.5

    REI.C.6

    REI.D.10

    REI.D.12

    Notes:

    Lesson 13 (P)

    Students may point out that they solved the equation in a different way but got the same answer. Consider allowing them to show their approach and discuss whether or not it was algebraically sound. Also, consider giving students note cards with different property names on them that they can hold up  to do whole class checks for understanding during lesson.

     

    Lesson 14 (P)

    Add "Addition Property" as well as "Multiplication Property" to you properties anchor chart as lesson progresses.

     

    Lesson 15 (E)

    Having different colored pencils will be helpful to draw multiple inequalities on a number line.

     

    Lesson 16 (P)

    Prepare whiteboard or technology to allow you to have a permanent number line to draw on to avoid having to redraw number lines during class time.

     

  • Week 6: October 10

    Module

    1

    Topic

    C

    Lesson

    17

    18

    19

    Notes:

    Lesson 17 (S)

    Add zero product property to the properties anchor chart.  For scaffolding, this lesson may start with multiple factoring problems to refresh students memory on how to factor.

     

    Lesson 18 (P)

    Remind students of the difference between dividing 0 by a number and dividing a number by 0.

     

    Lesson 19 (P)

    Scaffold questions by rearranging equations with one variable before moving to rearranging equations with multiple variables.

     

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic C

    CED.A.3

    CED.A.4

    REI.A.1

    REI.B.3

    REI.C.5

    REI.C.6

    REI.D.10

    REI.D.12

  • Week 7: October 16

    Module

    1

    Topic

    C

    Lesson

    20

    21

    22

    Notes:

    Lesson 20 (P)

    Prepare large class graph to for exercise 1 and allow students to plot their points with post its to see a large scale view of the problem. Use small group time this week to have students match equations to graphs from problem set (a recommended fluency of Algebra 1).

     

    Lesson 21 (P)

    Students will need graph paper and colored pencils throughout lesson.

     

    Lesson 22 (P)

    Students will need graph paper and colored pencils throughout lesson.

     

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic C

    CED.A.3

    CED.A.4

    REI.A.1

    REI.B.3

    REI.C.5

    REI.C.6

    REI.D.10

    REI.D.12

  • Week 8: October 23

    Module

    1

    Topic

    C

    Lesson

    23

    24

    Notes:

    Lesson 23 (E)

    Allow students time to guess and check their answers. Students will need graph paper and colored pencils throughout lesson.

     

    Lesson 24 (E)

    Encourage students to test out different methods to solve system to help determine which method works best when.

     

    Lesson 25 - 28 Omit

    These lessons are omitted for pacing considerations as they are not assessed in the module assessment.

    Two  days are provided this week to give End of Module assessment, return assessment, and remediate Module 1 material as needed.

     

    Assessment

    End of Module Assessment

    Administer after lesson 24

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic C

    CED.A.3

    CED.A.4

    REI.A.1

    REI.B.3

    REI.C.5

    REI.C.6

    REI.D.10

    REI.D.12

    Standards Addressed in Module Assessment

    End of Module

    N-Q.A.1

    A-SSE.A.1

    A-SSE.A.2

    A-APR.A.1

    A-CED.A.1

    A-CED.A.2,

    A-CED.A.3

    A-CED.A.4

    A-REI.A.1

    A-REI.C.5,

    A-REI.C.6

    A-REI.D.10,

    A-REI.D.12

  • Week 9: October 30

    Module

    2

    Topic

    A

    Lesson

    1

    2

    3

    Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

    Topic A

    S.ID.A.1

    S.ID.A.2

    S.ID.A.3

    Notes:

    Lesson 1 (P)

    Start lesson by helping students access previous learning from 6th grade standards of building and interpreting graphs and summarizing a distribution by its center and variability; dot plot, histograms, box plot.

     

    Lesson 2 (E)

    If exercise 1-9 are not data topics that your students can easily relate to, substitute a more relatable data set for these examples.

     

    Lesson 3 (P)

    Consider using manipulatives to model balance in front of the classroom.