Click here to load reader

prev

next

of 25

View

21Download

1

Tags:

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Compound Inequalities. Audra Rehbaum 12/17/09. Background. Placement School: Saint Benedict School Placement District: Amherst School District Cooperating Teacher: Jennifer Pilger. The Students. Grade Level: 8 th grade Mathematics - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Compound InequalitiesAudra Rehbaum12/17/09

BackgroundPlacement School: Saint Benedict SchoolPlacement District: Amherst School DistrictCooperating Teacher: Jennifer Pilger

Appeared in LE on page 2

The StudentsGrade Level: 8th grade MathematicsAbility Level: Advanced math class-Integrated Algebra (9th grade mathematics)Number of Students: 14

Appeared in LE on page 3

Time FrameImplementation of Learning Experience: 4 days

Appeared in LE on page 9, 10, 11

New York State StandardMathematics: Standard 3: Students will understand the concepts of and become proficient with the skills of mathematics; communicate and reason mathematically; become problem solvers by using appropriate tools and strategies; through the integrated study of number sense and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, and statistics and probability.

Appeared in LE on page 2

Performance IndicatorA.A.24 - Solve linear inequalities in one variable

Appeared in LE on page 2

Purpose/Rationale of LEStudents to be able to solve compound inequalities and graph them on a number line.

Students to develop skills for solving and representing real life problems involving compound inequalities.

Appeared in LE on page 3

ObjectivesStudents will be able to:solve any one variable, linear compound inequality.

translate information from a given word problem in to a linear compound inequality.

graph linear compound inequalities on a number line.

Appeared in LE on page 4, 5

Essential Question(s)What is one method that we can use to represent a range of data?

What is an example of how we use or solve compound inequalities in the world?

Appeared in LE on page 3

Enduring UnderstandingEvaluate and solve any compound inequality.

Recognize and understand the language given in a word problem and be able to represent the information in a linear compound inequality.

Represent compound inequalities on a number line.

Appeared in LE on page 3

Guiding QuestionsWhat is a compound inequality?What is the difference between an AND statement and an OR statement? How and when do you combine two inequalities?How do you represent a compound inequality on a number line?What does inclusive mean?

Appeared in LE on page 3

Students TasksMid-chapter Quiz (used as pre-assessment)Notes on Compound InequalitiesHomework assignment from textbookSolving Compound Inequalities (worksheet)Chapter test (LE was a portion of test)

Appeared in LE on page 6

AssessmentsMid-Chapter Quiz - Diagnostic Assessment

Solving Compound Inequalities Worksheet- Formative Assessment (class-work grade)

Chapter Test Summative Assessment

Appeared in LE on page 6

Solving Compound Inequalities: (Abridged Rubric)

Appeared in LE on page 7

Teacher Exemplar

Appeared in LE (attachment 5a)

Teacher Exemplar

Appeared in LE (attachment 5a)

Distinguished Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6ai)

Distinguished Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6ai)

Proficient Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6bi)

Proficient Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6bi)

Developing Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6ci)

Developing Student Work

Appeared in LE (attachment 6ci)

Modification Table

Appeared in LE on page 12, 13

ReflectionsThe peer review session was extremely useful to me in creating my final learning experience.

I learned how I could:Engage my students more.Improve my rubric.Assess my students at a higher level of thinking.

Appeared in LE on page 15

Thank you!I would truly like to thank my peer review group for their support and their warm and cool comments!

Special thanks to:Laura, Michelle, Christine, Clay, Mike, as well as Mr. Arnold and Kim Charmatz!

Appeared in LE on page 15

*