Teacher: D. Vanosdol

Course: Occupational Diploma Math III


Framework Competency and Objective Week 17 Dec 2

Monday

Find the Slope of a Line
11M4145

Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Given 2 points the student will find the slope of a line.

Introduction of Lesson

The formula for slope is sometimes referred to as "rise over run", because the fraction consists of the "rise" (the change in y, going up or down) divided by the "run" (the change in x, going from left to the right). If you've ever done roofing, built a staircase, graded landscaping, or installed gutters or outflow piping, you've probably encountered this "rise over run" concept. The point is that slope tells you how much y is changing for every so much that x is changing

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Multiplication and Division with integers practice

Learning Tasks/Activities

Class will discuss and practice using a formula for finding the slope of a line.
Use individual white boards to practice using the formula to find slope.
Find slope for 20 problems from a worksheet

Closure

Review steps for finding slope
Check student work from white boards and correct mistakes

Tuesday

Find the Slope of a Line

Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Given 2 points the student will find the slope of a line.

Introduction of Lesson

Continue from Monday

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Multiplication and Division with integers practice

Learning Tasks/Activities

*Continue from Monday
*Review graphing
*Review slope
* Test on graphing and finding slope

Closure

Check student work and have the student correct errors.

Wednesday

Geometry Points , Lines, and Planes 11M28

Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

The student will define vocabulary and identify points, lines, segments, and rays.

Lesson Introduction

What are “common words” we use in everyday conversation? Do you have to think about their meaning? What if you didn’t know these words? In today’s lesson you will learn about common words needed to speak the language of geometry. In this lesson we will explore points, lines, line segments, and rays, introduce parallel and intersecting lines, and provide examples in the world around us. We'll see how lines, line segments, and rays can extend horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. What kind of lines could be extended forever and never cross?

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Multiplication and Division with integers practice

Learning Tasks/Activities

*Use guided notes for vocabulary words. (Point, line, ray, plane, intersecting collinear, coplanar)
*Warmup activity: points, lines, rays (smart board)
*Guided notes for points, lines, and planes.
*Identify coplanar and collinear (add them to vocabulary words)

Closure

On a worksheet student will identify and sketch points, lines, rays, identify planar and coplanar and answer a geometry words quiz. (smart board lesson)

Thursday

Angles and Their Measure

Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

The student will explore, identify, and measure angles

Introduction of Lesson

An angle is a figure formed by two rays extending from the same point. The point from which the lines extend is called the vertex. The size of an angle is measured in degrees (o). The symbol stands for the word angle. The curve drawn inside the angle refers to the opening. The size of an angle depends on the rotation of the sides. Rotation refers to the “openness” of the sides. One complete rotation is 360 degrees.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Draw and label 4 angles

Learning Tasks/Activities

*Using guided notes name angles.
*From handouts and viewing power point determine angles from shapes and degrees and by using a protractor to measure

Closure

Class will use the online protractor to measure angles.
Student will work independently to determine angles from worksheets.

Friday

Geometric Formulas 11M45

Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

The student will use geometric formulas to solve problems

Introduction of Lesson

Have you ever thought about all the ways you use measurement to make you like run more smoothly? Besides finding your height and weight or adjusting recipes, you can use measurement to help you calculate measurements needed to keep your property attractive. Fertilizing lawns, fencing yards, and planting hedges all require measurement and mathematics. Even pouring cement for sidewalks and patios is made easier if you know how to use mathematics to help you.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Multiplication practice

Learning Tasks/Activities

*Guided notes for geometric formulas
*Use perimeter to determine amount of fence needed for a yard
*Use area to find out how much grass seed to buy for the yard.

Closure

Students will compare the amount of grass seed and fencing required for each yard. Worksheets will be graded

IEP Accommodation (if applicable)

Cue student to stay on task
Reduced assignments
Test directions and test items read to students
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Remediation/intervention

Extra instruction, peer tutoring, guided practice, independent practice with teacher help, formula sheets

Enrichment/Challenge for upper 25%

Online math games, challenge questions in text

Assessment (pre and/or post)

Observation, student independent work, test, lesson review

Resources/Materials

Internet, smart board, PreGED workbooks, worksheets, formula handouts




