## Semester 2

• Desert Rose High School a semester is 4 weeks long

### Schedule

• Greeting at door
• Pre-Algebra
• You Do - take seat and work on bell ringer worksheet (100 problems computation page, 5 min), record progress using colored pencils
• We Do - review worksheet problems
• I Do - 10 min Life Lesson and Lecture
• You Do - work on Assignment
• We Do - review - students show work on board
• AMES placement test
• Pre-Algebra Placement Test from Ruben - every Friday
• Autodesk Inventor

### Textbook

• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Practice Workbook - Pre-Algebra - Publisher McDougal Littell
• Final Exam
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 1 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell
• (pdf)
• Warm Ups/Bell-Ringer Exercises
• Crossword Puzzle Vocabulary Words

## Packet 5 - Rational Numbers and Equations

### Lesson 5.1 - Rational Numbers

• Objective: Write fractions as decimals and vice versa
• Vocabulary:
• rational number (p. 219)
• terminating decimal (p. 219)
• repeating decimal (p. 219)
• Essential Question: How do I write fractions as decimals and vice versa?
• Guided Practice Problem
• write 3/8 as a decimal (0.375)

$$\frac{3}{8} = 0.375$$

• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.2 - Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions

• Objective: Add and subtract like fractions
• Vocabulary:
• variable expression (p. 5)
• Essential Question: How do I add and subtract like fractions?
• Guided Practice Problem

$$\frac{4}{9} + \frac{1}{9} = \frac{5}{9}$$

• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.3 - Adding and Subtracting Unlike Fractions

• Objective: Add and subtract unlike fractions
• Vocabulary:
• least common denominator, LCD (p. 188)
• Essential Question: How do I add and subtract unlike fractions?
• Guided Practice Problem

$$\frac{5}{12} + \frac{1}{3} = \frac{5}{12} + \frac{1}{3} * \frac{4}{4} = \frac{5}{12} + \frac{4}{12} = \frac{9 \div 3}{12 \div 3} = \frac{3}{4}$$

• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.4 - Multiplying Fractions

• Objective: Multiply fractions and mixed numbers
• Vocabulary:
• numerator (p. 777)
• denominator (p. 777)
• Essential Question: How do I multiply fractions and mixed numbers?
• Guided Practice Problem
• (7/10) * (-4/21) = -2/15

$$\frac{7}{10} \times \frac{-4}{21} = \frac{-28 \div 14}{210 \div 14}= \frac{-2}{15}$$

• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.5 - Dividing Fractions

• Objective: Divide fractions and mixed numbers
• Vocabulary:
• reciprocals (p. 243)
• Essential Question: How do I divide fractions and mixed numbers?
• Guided Practice Problem
• (2/9) / (4/7)

$$\frac{2}{9} \div \frac{4}{7} = \frac{2}{9} \times \frac{7}{4} = \frac{14 \div 2}{36 \div 2} = \frac{7}{18}$$

• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.6 - Using Multiplicative Inverses to Solve Equations

• Objective: Use multiplicative inverses to solve equations
• Vocabulary:
• multiplicative (p. 247)
• Essential Question: How do I use multiplicative inverses to solve equations?
• Guided Practice Problem
• (2/9)x = -12
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 5.7 - Equations and Inequalities with Rational Numbers

• Objective: Use the LCD to solve equations and inequalities
• Vocabulary:
• inequality (p. 138)
• solution of an inequality (p. 138)
• Essential Question: How do I use the LCD to solve equations and inequalities?
• Guided Practice Problem
• -(5/6)x + 1/2 = 3/4
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 5 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

## Packet 6 - Ratio, Proportion, and Probability

• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• 6.1 Ratios and Rates
• 6.2 Writing and Solving Proportions
• 6.3 Solving Proportions Using Cross Products
• 6.4 Similar and Congruent Figures
• 6.5 Similarity and Measurement (pdf p. 29-33)
• 6.6 Scale Drawings (pdf p. 34-38)
• 6.7 Probability and Odds (pdf p. 42-46)
• 6.8 The Counting Principle
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Warm Ups/Bell-Ringer Exercises

### Lesson 6.1 Ratios and Rates

• Ratio Tips
• ratio problems can be expressed as 3 options
• 1. boys to girls or girls to boys
• 2. boys to total (boys + girls)
• 3. girls to total (boys + girls)
• Example: ratio of boys to girls is 2:7 and total students is 180. How many boys are there? So the ratio is 2:9 that is 2 boys for every 9 students, (2/9)*180 = 40 boys. How many girls are there? So the ratio is 7 girls for every 9 students, (7/9)*180 = 140 girls. So, the trick is to find ratio of boys to all students (2/9) and ratio of girls to all students (7/9), instead of using the supplied ratio boys to girls (2:9).
• Objective: Find ratios and unit rates
• Vocabulary:
• ratio (p. 269)
• equivalent ratios (p. 270)
• Essential Question: How do I find ratios and unit rates?
• Guided Practice Problem
• a to b
• a:b
• a/b
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 6.2 Writing and Solving Proportions

• Objective: Write and solve proportions
• Vocabulary:
• proportion (p. 275)
• Essential Question: How do I write and solve proportions?
• Guided Practice Problem
• a to b a:b a/b
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 6.3 Solving Proportions Using Cross Products

• Objective: Solve proportions using cross products
• Vocabulary:
• cross product (p. 280)
• Essential Question: How do I solve proportions using cross products?
• Guided Practice Problem
• tell whether the ratios form a proportion: 12/20, 32/50
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 6.4 Similar and Congruent Figures

• Objective: Identify similar and congruent figures
• Vocabulary:
• similar figures (p. 288)
• corresponding parts (p. 288)
• congruent figures (p. 290)
• Essential Question: How do I solve proportions using cross products?
• Guided Practice Problem
• &Delta;ABC ~ &Delta;DEF
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 6.5 Similarity and Measurement

• Objective: Find unknown side lengths of similar figures
• Vocabulary:
• ratio (p. 269)
• proportion (p. 275)
• similar figures (p. 288)
• indirect measurement (p. 294) use similar figures to find lengths that are difficult to measure directly
• Essential Question: How do I find unknown side lengths of similar figures?
• Guided Practice Problem
• Given ABCD ~ EFGH, find EH
• BC/FG = AD/EH
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 6.6 Scale Drawings

• Objective: Use proportions with scale drawings
• Vocabulary:
• scale drawing (p. 300)
• scale model (p. 300)
• scale (p. 300)
• Essential Question: How do I use proportions with scale drawings?
• Guided Practice Problem
• 1 cm / 200 m = 4 cm / x m
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 6.7 Probability and Odds

• Objective: Find probabilities
• Vocabulary:
• outcomes (p. 306)
• event (p. 306)
• favorable outcomes (p. 306)
• probability (p. 306)
• theoretical probability (p. 307)
• experimental probability (p. 307)
• odds in favor (p. 308)
• odds against (p. 308)
• Essential Question: How do I find probabilities?
• Guided Practice Problem
• P(event) = (number of favorable outcomes) / (number of possible outcomes)
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 6.8 Counting Principal

• Objective: Use the counting principle to find probabilities
• Vocabulary:
• tree diagram (p. 313)
• counting principle (p. 314)
• Essential Question: How do I use the counting principle to find probabilities?
• Guided Practice Problem
• you roll a blue and a red numbered cube. Use the counting principle to find the number of different outcomes that are possible.
• 6 * 6 = 36 outcomes
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 6 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

## Packet 7 - Percents

• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Warm Ups/Bell-Ringer Exercises

### Lesson 7.1 - Percent and Fractions

• Objective: Use a fraction to find the percent of a number
• Vocabulary:
• percent (p. 329)
• Essential Question: How do I use a fraction to find the percent of a number?
• Guided Practice Problem
• 29% = 29/100
• p/100 = p%
• 7/10 = (7/10) * (10/10) = 70/100 = 70%
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 7.2 Percent and Proportions

• Objective: Use proportions to solve percent problems
• Vocabulary:
• percent (p. 329)
• Essential Question: How do I use proportions to solve percent problems?
• Guided Practice Problem
• a/b = p/100
• What percent of 72 is 54? 75%
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 7.3 Percent and Decimals

• Objective: Use decimals to solve percent problems
• Vocabulary:
• percent (p. 329)
• Essential Question: How do I use decimals to solve percent problems?
• Guided Practice Problem
• write 75% as a decimal. 0.75
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 7.4 The Percent Equation

• Objective: Use equations to solve percent problems
• Vocabulary:
• percent (p. 329)
• Essential Question: How do I use equations to solve percent problems?
• Guided Practice Problem
• What number is 16% of 75? 12
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 7.5 Percent of Change

• Objective: Find a percent of change in a quantity
• Vocabulary:
• percent of change (p. 352)
• percent of increase (p. 352)
• percent of decrease (p. 352)
• Essential Question: How do I find a percent of change in a quantity?
• Guided Practice Problem
• Percent of change, p% = (amount of increase or decrease)/original amount
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 7.6 Percent Applications

• Objective: Find markups, discounts, sales tax, and tips
• Vocabulary:
• markup (p. 357)
• discount (p. 358)
• Essential Question: How do I find markups, discounts, sales tax, and tips?
• Guided Practice Problem
• Retail price = Wholesale price + Markup
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 7.7 Simple and Compound Interest

• Objective: Calculate interest earned and account balances
• Vocabulary:
• interest (p. 362)
• principal (p. 362)
• simple interest (p. 362)
• annual interest rate (p. 362)
• balance (p. 363)
• compound interest (p. 363)
• Essential Question: How do I calculate interest earned and account balances?
• Guided Practice Problem
• I = Prt where I is simple interest, P is principal, r is annual interest rate written as a decimal, t is time in years.
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

## Packet 8 - Linear Functions

• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 7 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Warm Ups/Bell-Ringer Exercises

### Lesson 8.1 - Relations and Functions

• Objective: Use graphs to represent relations and functions
• Vocabulary:
• relation (p. 385)
• domain (p. 385)
• range (p. 385)
• input (p. 385)
• output (p. 385)
• function (p. 385)
• vertical line test (p. 387)
• Essential Question: How do I use graphs to represent relations and functions?
• Guided Practice Problem
• identify the domain (x-coordinates) and range (y-coordinates) of the relation (coordinate pair)
• (0,1), (2,4), (3,7), (5,4)
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 8.2 - Linear Equations in Two Variables

• Objective: Find solutions of equations in two variables
• Vocabulary:
• equation in two variables (p. 391)
• solution of an equation in two variables (p. 391)
• graph of an equation in two variables (p. 392)
• linear equation (p. 392)
• function form (p. 393)
• Essential Question: How do I find solutions of equations in two variables?
• Guided Practice Problem
• tell whether the ordered pair is a solution of 2x - y = 5
• (1,-3) and (4,7)
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 8.3 - Using Intercepts

• Objective: Use x- and y-intercepts to graph linear equations
• Vocabulary:
• x-intercept (p. 398)
• y-intercept (p. 398)
• Essential Question: How do I use x- and y-intercepts to graph linear equations?
• Guided Practice Problem
• find the intercepts of the graph of 3x - 2y = 6
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 8.4 - The Slope of a Line

• Objective: Use x- and y-intercepts to graph linear equations
• Vocabulary:
• x-intercept (p. 398)
• y-intercept (p. 398)
• Essential Question: How do I use x- and y-intercepts to graph linear equations?
• Guided Practice Problem
• find the slope of the line with points (1,2) and (4,5)
• m = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1)
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 8.5 - Slope-Intercept Form

• Objective: Graph linear equations in slope-intercept form
• Vocabulary:
• slope-intercept form (p. 412)
• Essential Question:
• Guided Practice Problem
• Identify the slope and y-intercept of the line with the given equation
• y = x - 4
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 8.6 - Writing Linear Equations

• Objective: write linear equations
• Vocabulary:
• best-fitting line (p. 421)
• Essential Question: How do I write linear equations?
• Guided Practice Problem
• write an equation of the line with a slope of 3 and a y-intercept of -7
• y = mx + b
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 8.7 - Function Notation

• Objective: Use function notation
• Vocabulary:
• function notation (p. 426)
• Essential Question: How do I use function notation?
• Guided Practice Problem
• write y = x + 2 in function notation
• f(x) = x + 2
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.
• Videos

### Lesson 8.8 - Systems of Linear Equations

• Objective: graph and solve systems of linear equations
• Vocabulary:
• system of linear equations (p. 431)
• solution of a linear system (p. 431)
• Essential Question:
• Guided Practice Problem
• solve the linear system
• Equation 1: y = 2x - 4
• Equation 2: y = -3x + 1
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

### Lesson 8.9 - Graphs of Linear Inequalities

• Objective: Graph inequalities in two variables
• Vocabulary:
• linear inequality in two variables (p. 436)
• solution of a linear inequality in two variables (p. 436)
• graph of a linear inequality in two variables (p. 436)
• half-plane (p. 436)
• Essential Question: How do I graph inequalities in two variables?
• Guided Practice Problem
• Tell whether the ordered pair (0,1) is a solution of 2x - 3y < 6
• Warm-Ups
• Materials
• Reference Textbook: Pre-Algebra by Larson, Boswell, Kanold and Stiff, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Reference Notetaking Guide (Chapter 8 pdf)
• Reference Practice Workbook, Publisher McDougal Littell (pdf)
• Activities
1. Student will retrieve math folder from file cabinet and complete the days warm up within the class packet
2. Teacher will answer student questions from the warm up
3. Student will read and write vocabulary words from class packet in math notebook and look up definitions in textbook.
4. Teacher will introduce today's lesson using the KWL Strategy: Focus on KW.
5. K - What I Know
6. W - What I Want to Know (see essential question)
7. L - What I Learned (see review)
8. Students will read and write the essential question in their math notebook.
9. Students will complete the Guided Practice Problem to ensure everyone understands the concept.
10. Students will watch video on today's lesson
11. Teacher will answer student questions from video
12. REVIEW
13. Life Lesson - teacher and students discuss behaviors which lead to success
14. Answer questions - 1) What did I do right? 2) How can I improve?
15. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: students will work on packet
16. CLOSURE: students reflect on assignment by answering two questions: 1) What did I do right today? and 2) How can I improve?
17. Ticket out of class: students explain what they learned and demonstrate how to solve the guided practice problem.

## Equipment

• Desktop computers with Internet connection
• 3D Printer

## Pre-Algebra Online and Video Resources

• IXL School917 Ilovemath

## Vocabulary

• 1.1 Expressions and Variables
• Numerical expression
• Variable
• Variable expression
• Evaluate a variable expression
• Verbal model
• 1.2 Powers and Exponents
• Power
• Base
• Exponent
• Formula
• 1.3 Order of Operations
• Order of operations
• Grouping symbols
• 1.4 Comparing and Ordering Integers
• Integers
• Negative Integers
• Positive Integers
• Absolute Value
• Opposites
• 1.5 Adding Integers
• Additive Inverse Property
• 1.6 Subtracting Integers (no vocabulary)
• 1.7 Multiplying and Dividing Integers (no vocabulary)
• 1.8 The Coordinate Plane
• Coordinate Plane
• X-axis
• Y-axis
• Origin
• Ordered pair
• x-coordinate
• y-coordinate
• scatter plot

## Math Party

• Math Games
• Math problems with dice (problems made up on the board using random numbers)
• Crossword Puzzles
• Math Prizes
• gift card to Walmart
• Math Decorations
• balloons
• Math Costumes
• wear graduation cap and gown
• Math Special Guest