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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

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  • Compound InequalitiesAudra Rehbaum12/17/09

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

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

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  • Time FrameImplementation of Learning Experience: 4 days

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  • 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.

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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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?

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  • 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.

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  • 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?

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  • 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)

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  • AssessmentsMid-Chapter Quiz - Diagnostic Assessment

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

    Chapter Test Summative Assessment

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  • Solving Compound Inequalities: (Abridged Rubric)

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  • Teacher Exemplar

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  • Teacher Exemplar

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  • Distinguished Student Work

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  • Distinguished Student Work

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  • Proficient Student Work

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  • Proficient Student Work

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  • Developing Student Work

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  • Developing Student Work

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  • Modification Table

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  • 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.

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  • 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!

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