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Algebra 1 - Systems of Equations and Inequalities - Unit 6 |
Essential Questions: 1. The graphs of the systems of two linear equations in two variables can show the number of solutions to the system. 2. Systems of equations in two variables can be solved using graphing, substitution, or elimination (linear combinations). 3. The solution to a system of linear inequalities is the region of intersection of “Half-Planes”. 4. Parallel lines indicate no solutions, overlapping lines (Equivalent lines) indicate infinite solutions, and non-parallel lines indicate one solution to a system of linear equations. |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Strasburg School District |
Algebra 1 Unit - Home on the Range - Part 2 |
Assessment to support Home on the Range - Part 2 unit. |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra 1 Unit All Systems Go |
Assessment supportingAll Systems Go unit. |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra 1 Unit Finding Your Roots |
Assessment to support Finding Your Roots unit |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra 1 Unit Home on the Range Part 1 |
Assessment to support Home on the Range Part 1 unit. |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra 1 Unit Power To The Variable |
Assessment to support Power To The Variable unit. |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra 1 Unit- Statistics Lie |
Assessments to suppt Statistics Lie unit. |
Assessment | Math | NEBOCES CTT |
Algebra I - All Systems Go -Unit 6 |
Inquiry Questions (Engaging- Debatable): |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Colorado's Sample Instructional Units Resource Bank |
Algebra I - Exponential Functions - Unit 8 |
Essential Questions: 1. Real-life situations can be modeled with exponential functions (Growth and Decay). 2. Graphs of exponential functions have specific characteristics. 3. Geometric sequences relate to exponential functions. |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Strasburg School District |
Algebra I - Finding Your Roots - High School - Unit 4 |
Inquiry Questions (Engaging- Debatable): |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Colorado's Sample Instructional Units Resource Bank |
Algebra I - Graphing Linear Equations - Unit 3 |
Essential Questions:
Lines that are either parallel or perpendicular can be determined by identifying their slopes |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Strasburg School District |
Algebra I - Home on the Range – Part 1 - Unit 1 |
Inquiry Questions (Engaging- Debatable): MA10-GR.HS-S.2-GLE.2-EO.b |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Colorado's Sample Instructional Units Resource Bank |
Algebra I - Home on the Range – Part 2- Unit 5 |
Inquiry Questions (Engaging- Debatable): |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Colorado's Sample Instructional Units Resource Bank |
Algebra I - One and Two Variable Inequalities - Unit 5 |
Essential Questions: 1. “Properties of solving” can be used to produce equivalent inequalities. 2. One-variable inequalities can be graphed on a number line, whereas two-variable inequalities can be graphed on the coordinate plane. 3. Compound and absolute value inequalities can be rewritten and solved as two separate inequalities. 4. Graphing solutions to inequalities in two-variables can be represented as half-planes |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Strasburg School District |
Algebra I - Planning for High School Mathematics - All Units |
Six (6) Algebra 1 Units in a single curriculum planning document and Curriculum at a Glance overview Colorado's District Sample Curriculum Project By Content Area |
Curriculum Guide, Units | Math | Colorado's Sample Instructional Units Resource Bank |