**August 11th/12th**

As a result of the lesson, students will be able to do the following:

- Represent a real world linear relationship in a table, graph, or equation
- Identify linear equations and linear relationships between variables in a table

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Completion of pretest and checking over in class. Students will need to focus on how to solve the problems they missed.
- Investigation of Commision by table, graph, and equation

Classroom activities will include the following:

- Pretest on page 78/79
- Page 4 investigation with partner
- Notes Section 1.1.

Homework:

- pg. 8 (4,6,8-18 even, 20,30,48,50)

**August 15th/16th**

As a result of the lesson, students will be able to do the following:

- Graph a linear equation
- Write a linear equation for a given line in the coordinate plane

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Warmup
- Exploring Slopes Activity
- Worksheet

Classroom activities will include the following:

- Warmup
- Questions on homework
- Powerpoint 1.2
- Activity pg. 13
- Worksheet

Homework:

- Worksheet

**August 17th/18th**

As a result of the lesson, students will be able to do the following:

- Write a linear equation in two variables given sufficient information
- Write an equation for a line that is parallel or perpendicular to a given line

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Warmup
- Reading and Taking own notes
- Partner Work
- Graphing calculator activity

Classroom activities will include the following:

- Warmup
- Check homework
- Read and take own notes on page 21 and 22
- Check your understanding with a partner
- Graphing calculator activity pg. 23
- PP notes on 1.3

Homework:

- Pg. 25-28 (1,14,27,28,40,50,62,63)

**August 19/22nd**

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

- Write and apply direct variation equations
- Write and solve proportions

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Quiz
- Writing activity
- Station Problems
- Homework

Classroom Activities will inlclude the following:

- Questions on Homework
- Quiz
- Starting Writing Activity
- Five Stations

Homework:

- Page 72-74(3-30 multiples of 3)

**August 23/24**

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

- create a scatterplot and draw an informal inference about any correlation between the variables
- Use a graphing calculator to find an equation for the least-squares line and use if to make predications or estimates

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Homework turned in
- Famous people scatterplot
- In class graphing calculator activity

Classroom activities will include the following:

- Pass back and go over quizzes from friday
- Highlight and turn in homework
- Famous people scatterplot activity(attached above)
- Powerpoint on linear regression line and how to use graphing calculator
- Homework

Homework:

- page 40-41(1-5,12)

**August 25/26th**

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

- write, solve, graph linear equations and linear inequalities
- solve and graph compound linear inequalities in one variable
- solve a literal equation for a specified variable

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Homework turned in
- Stations (all 5 turned in and complete)
- Worksheet

Student activities will include:

- Highlight homework and turn in
- 5 stations(solve equations, literal equations, linear inequalities, compound linear inequalities, and graphing calculator activity)
- 1.6/1.7 worksheet

Homework: 1.6 and 1.7 worksheet

**August 29th/30th**

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

- write, solve, graph absolute value equations and inequalities

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- In class participation
- Quiz
- Computer Notes
- Participation in online game

Student activities will include:

- Warmup to review for quiz
- Quiz
- Online notes at coolmath.com
- Who wants to win a million?

Homework:

- Page 75-76 (33-52 multiples of 3)

**August 31/September 1/2/5**

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

- Graph linear equations
- Write linear equations
- Solve equations and inqualities

Student learning will be demonstrated by the following:

- Graphing calculator discussion
- Participation in going over homework
- Page 77 practice test
- Discussion in practice test
- Test(2nd or 5th)
- Notes of 2.2 (2nd or 5th)

Student activities will include:

- Going over graphing calculator activity
- Checking previous homework and going over in class
- Page 77 chapter practice test
- Check and go over test in class
- Give review topics to study
- Warmup to review for test(9/2-9/5)
- Test(9/2-9/5)
- Read and take notes on 2.1(9/2-9/5)

Homework: Go over review topics and study for test