# School Closed Labor Day

Teacher(s): Mrs. Adrienne Scott Dates: September5th–9th, 2016 (Week 5)

**School Closed – Labor Day**

**DeKalb County Schools Lesson Plan for Foundations of Algebra B**

**Key Standard(s) Addressed:**

MFAEI2. Students will use units as a way to understand problems and guide the solutions of multi-step problems.

b. Choose and interpret graphs and data displays, including the scale and comparisons of data.

**Essential Question(s):**How can you organize and display data? /

**Materials Needed:**Notebook, Calculator, Graph Paper, Markers (or Colored Pencils) & Pencil

**Overall Agenda with Time:**

- Sponge: 10 min
- Standards & Sponge Review: 5 min
- Crafting: 15 min
- Composing: 40 min
- Reflecting: 15 min

**Sponge/Activating Activity: Allotted Time 10 min**

**Crafting: Allotted Time – 15 min**

Teacher will:

**Composing: Allotted Time - 40min**

Students will be able:

**Reflecting: Allotted Time - 15 min**

Next Steps:

**Differentiation Strategy:**Small-group instruction;1:1 instruction; extended time allotted for sponge activity; reduced number of assigned problems; access instructional videos through SKUBES website / Homework:None

**DeKalb County Schools Lesson Plan for Foundations of Algebra B**

**Key Standard(s) Addressed:**

MFAEI2. Students will use units as a way to understand problems and guide the solutions of multi-step problems.

b. Choose and interpret graphs and data displays, including the scale and comparisons of data.

**Essential Question(s):**How can you organize and display data? /

**Materials Needed:**Notebook, Calculator, Graph Paper, Markers (or Colored Pencils) & Pencil

**Overall Agenda with Time:**

- Sponge: 10 min
- Standards & Sponge Review: 5 min
- Crafting: 15 min
- Composing: 40 min
- Reflecting: 15 min

**Sponge/Activating Activity: Allotted Time __min**

Lisa earned $6.25 per hour at her after-school job. Each week she earned $50. Write and solve an equation to show how many hours she worked each week.

Crafting: Allotted Time – 15 min

Teacher will:

- organize data in tables and graphs
- FLP: Solving Real-World Problems

Composing: Allotted Time –40 min

Students will be able to:

- create bar and line graphs

Reflecting: Allotted Time –15 min

Compare and contrast bar and line graphs.

Next Steps:

Circle Graphs

Differentiation Strategy:Small-group instruction;1:1 instruction; extended time allotted for sponge activity; reduced number of assigned problems; access instructional videos through SKUBES website / Homework:None

DeKalb County Schools Lesson Plan for Foundations of Algebra B

Unit Name: Equations and Inequalities / Lesson Number:Module 4 - Day 23Key Standard(s) Addressed:

MFAEI2. Students will use units as a way to understand problems and guide the solutions of multi-step problems.

b. Choose and interpret graphs and data displays, including the scale and comparisons of data.

Essential Question(s): How can you organize and display data? / Materials Needed:Notebook, Calculator, Graph Paper, Markers (or Colored Pencils) & Pencil

Overall Agenda with Time:

- Sponge: 10 min
- Standards & Sponge Review: 5 min
- Crafting: 15 min
- Composing: 40 min
- Reflecting: 15 min

Identify the outlier in the data set {21, 24, 3, 27, 30, 24} and determine how the outlier affects the mean, median, mode and the range of the data.

Crafting: Allotted Time – 15 min

Teacher will:

- organize data in tables and graphs

Composing: Allotted Time - 40min

Students will be able to:

- create circle graphs

Reflecting: Allotted Time - 15 min

What does the size of each sector indicate?

Next Steps:

Stem-and-Leaf Plots

Differentiation Strategy:Small-group instruction;1:1 instruction; extended time allotted for sponge activity; reduced number of assigned problems; access instructional videos through SKUBES website / Homework:None

DeKalb County Schools Lesson Plan for Foundations of Algebra B

Unit Name: Equations and Inequalities / Lesson Number:Module 4 - Day 24Key Standard(s) Addressed:

MFAEI2. Students will use units as a way to understand problems and guide the solutions of multi-step problems.

b. Choose and interpret graphs and data displays, including the scale and comparisons of data.

Essential Question(s): How can you organize and display data? / Materials Needed:Notebook, Calculator, Graph Paper, Markers (or Colored Pencils) & Pencil

Overall Agenda with Time:

- Sponge: 10 min
- Standards & Sponge Review: 5 min
- Crafting: 15 min
- Composing: 40 min
- Reflecting: 15 min

Chemists use water to dilute acid. One important rule of chemistry is to always pour the acid into the water. Pouring water into acid could produce spattering and burns.

- Would you say that combining acid and water is commutative?
- Give an example from your life that is commutative.
- Give an example from your life that is not commutative.

Crafting: Allotted Time:15 min

Teacher will:

- FLP: Solving Real-World Problems
- organize data in tables and graphs

Composing: Allotted Time – 40min

Students will be able to:

- construct stem-and-leaf plots

Reflecting: Allotted Time – 15 min

How do you determine what the stems should be for a stem-and-leaf plot?

Next Steps:

Graphing in the coordinate plane

Differentiation Strategy:Small-group instruction;1:1 instruction; extended time allotted for sponge activity; reduced number of assigned problems; access instructional videos through SKUBES website / Homework:None

DeKalb County Schools Lesson Plan for Foundations of Algebra B

Unit Name: Equations and Inequalities / Lesson Number:Module 4 - Day 25Key Standard(s) Addressed:

MFAEI2. Students will use units as a way to understand problems and guide the solutions of multi-step problems.

c. Graph points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane. ( MGSE6.NS.8)

Essential Question(s): Essential Question(s): When is graphing on the coordinate plane helpful? / Materials Needed:Notebook, Calculator, Graph Paper, Markers (or Colored Pencils) & Pencil

Overall Agenda with Time:

- Sponge: 10 min
- Standards & Sponge Review: 5 min
- Crafting: 15 min
- Composing: 40 min
- Reflecting: 15 min

Describe the correlation illustrated by the scatter plot.

Crafting: Allotted Time:15 min

Teacher will:

- construct coordinate planes and model plotting points

Composing: Allotted Time – 40min

Students will be able to:

- graph points in the I and II quadrants

Reflecting: Allotted Time – 15 min

What is always true in the I and II quadrants? List an example for each quadrant.

Next Steps:

Graphing in the coordinate plane

Differentiation Strategy:Small-group instruction;1:1 instruction; extended time allotted for sponge activity; reduced number of assigned problems; access instructional videos through SKUBES website / Homework:None