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Algebra 1 (Period 5)
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 Ms. Melody Bueno
 Term
 20192020 School Year
 Department
 Math
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Course Description: Students will appreciate, comprehend, and apply knowledge of algebraic concepts such as expressions, operations, equalities and inequalities. Emphasis is put on studentsâ€™ ability to make observations, draw conclusions, and evaluate math application. In this course, students will use their knowledge to look at the world critically and challenge the factors that lead to their data.
Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to:
 Apply order of operations
 Solve multistep equations
 Apply different algebraic properties
 Solve radical numbers
 Write and apply linear equations
 Apply ratios, proportions and percentages
 Recognize how mathematics is embedded in their lives and apply concepts to real life situations
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Project: Make a chart with 15 pieces of data. Choose your two variables. You may use information outside this class. Make sure your data is measurable. Create a chart using rulers and plotting points. Write a 10 sentence reflection answering: How did you organize your data and what are your observations/ conclusions? Attach your notes to the project. Make sure everything is neat and accurate. You must get the topic approved by me ahead of time.
Rubric
Notes: 20%
Chart: 30%
Reflection: 10%
Neatness: 20%
Data accuracy: 20%
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 find the next term
 explain the pattern in words
 yes or no if it is arithmetic sequence; use the formula if needed
 understand graphs: what is being compared, how fast is it moving, is there a pattern or connection between the variables, how does it change
 how to graph something or recognize the graph
 graphing using input and output. Substituting the x and solving for y. Graphing!
 Is it linear (yes or no)
 Is it function (yes or no)
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 solve when you have to distribute
 solve when you have to collect like terms
 solve when you have variables on both sides
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 Integers (add, subtract, multiply, and divide)
 PEMDAS
 Properties (associative, identity, commutative, and especially distributive)
 Like terms (adding and subtracting them)
 Squares and square roots
 classification of numbers
 inequalities
 Word problems
 true, false, open solutions
 graphs and patterns
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Complete the following book problems
Ch 1.4: 718,21,22, 2831 (19 problems)
Ch 1.5: 1020, 27,28, 3034 (17 problems)
Ch 1.6: 811, 1618, 3032, 4042 (13 problems)