Wk3 Q4 Online Learning Apr 13-17 Algebra 1

Teacher Stephanie Durrance Algebra I Honors 7th/8th 3 Unit 10: Summary of Functions
Standard(s) Taught
 MAFS.912.F-IF.3.9: Compare properties of two functions each represented in a different way (algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables, or by verbal descriptions)

MAFS.912.F-IF.3.7b: Graph functions expressed symbolically and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated functions.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Identify key features of radical functions and absolute value functions. Graph radical and absolute value functions. Identify functions by looking at a graph.

Classroom Activities

Monday/Tuesday:

Pre-work:

No live Zoom lessons. Please see the direct teaching resources below on Square Root and Cubed Root Functions.

Graphing Square Root Functions (10 min): https://learnzillion.com/lesson_plans/6716-graph-square-root-functions-by-making-a-t-chart/

Graphing Cubed Root Functions (10 min):  https://learnzillion.com/lesson_plans/6745-graph-cube-root-functions/lesson

ISN (10 min): Watch both direct lessons above and take notes in ISN on new page titled “Square Root and Cubed Root Functions.”

Independent Work:

Khan Academy (20 min): Complete assigned video “Graphing square and cube root functions” and assigned quiz “Graphs of square and cube root functions.”

IXL (20 min): FF.2 Domain and range of radical functions: graphs (70% or higher)

Algebra Nation Workbook (20 min): Pages 217-218 Graphing Power Functions – Part 1

EOC Review Packet (10 min): Page 7 #1-3

Wednesday:

Project: Continue to work on project. Directions: Look back on the last three units that we have learned.  Look for similarities and differences when dealing with linear, quadratic and exponential functions.  Organize these similarities and differences in a creative fashion. It can be a PowerPoint, poster, graph paper, index cards, or any other creative method to present a comparison between the functions. The project should include important parts of each function such as a table, equation, graph, real-world problem, slope/rate of change, initial values, zeros/solutions/roots, asymptotes, domain and range, x- and y-intercepts. Be sure to use your resources including the internet, ISN, and Algebra Nation online and workbook.  The project will be due April 17th. You can submit your project anytime this week by emailing it to durrances@ivyhawnschool.org or taking pictures and sending it through Remind. I will be using the grade of the project as extra credit for your lowest grade.

Thursday/Friday:

Pre-work:

No live Zoom lessons. Please see the direct teaching resources below on Absolute Value Functions.

Graph Absolute Value Functions Part 1 (10 min):  https://learnzillion.com/lesson_plans/5220-graph-absolute-value-functions/

Graph Absolute Value Functions Part 2 (10 min):  https://learnzillion.com/lesson_plans/4644-graph-absolute-value-functions/

ISN (10 min): Watch both recorded lessons above and take notes in ISN on new page titled “Absolute Value Functions.”

Independent Work:

Khan Academy (20 min): Complete assigned video “Graphing absolute value functions” and assigned quiz “Graph absolute value functions.”

IXL (20 min): DD.2 Graph an absolute value function (70% or higher)

Algebra Nation Workbook (20 min): Pages 215-216 Absolute Value Functions

EOC Review Packet (10 min): Page 7-8 #4-6

All IEP and ESOL accommodations provided daily.

Assignments Due
 ·         Algebra Nation Workbook: P. 215-218 (Practice) ·         EOC Review Packet: Page 7-8 #1-6 (Practice) ·         Khan Academy: Two Assigned Videos, Two Assigned Quizzes (Graded) ·         IXL: FF.2, DD.2 (Graded)