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Teacher Assisting Unit Plan

Agendas
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Emily Wyble

on 19 September 2013

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Agendas
Linear Functions
First thing you do when you enter the classroom
Second thing you do
Third thing you do
Etc.
Date
Example Bell Ringer
1) Pick up Bell Ringer Binder (one folder from the front of class)
2) Write your full name on the front of the folder
3) Turn in your Shapes of Algebra project worksheet
October 22nd
With your neighbor, find the rate of change of the data in the table and come up with a situation that could be represented by this data.
Bell Ringer
X Y
1 2
4 11
7 20
10 29
13 38
Daily Objective
I can calculate and interpret the average rate of change of a function (presented symbolically or as a table) over a specified interval.
Glencoe Worksheet 3-3
Homework
Homework
Exit Slip
Complete one of the following sentences:

One thing that the teacher could do to help me understand things better is...

The part of the lesson that was most clear to me today was...
Exit Slip
1) Pick up Bell Ringer Binder
2) Lay homework out for Ms. Wyble to check as you work on the Bell Ringer
October 23rd
Bell Ringer
With your neighbor, determine the slope and y-intercept of this graph. What do they represent?
I can write linear equations in slope-intercept form.
I can graph linear functions by hand in simple cases or using technology for more complicated cases and show/label intercepts of the graph.
Glencoe Worksheet 4-1
Homework
Come up with two problems from this section you think might be on the test and answer them.
Exit Slip
WOLF WEDNESDAY
October 24th
1) Pick up Bell Ringer Binder (BRB) and CCR outline.
2) Lay out your homework for Ms. Wyble to check as you work on the Bell Ringer
Bell Ringer
I can write linear equations in slope-intercept form. I can graph linear functions by hand in simple cases or using technology for more complicated cases and show/label intercept of the graph.
Homework
Rate yourself from "1" to "10" (ten being the best) on how well you understand everything we study in class.

Finish the sentence: One thing that I do that helps me learn the best is...
Exit Slip
1) Pick up Bell Ringer Binder
2) Lay out your homework for Ms. Wyble to check as you work on your Bell Ringer
October 25th
Math Curse
Bell Ringer
I can interpret the slope (rate of change) and intercept (constant term) of a linear model in the context of the data.
Practice 6-3 Worksheet
Homework
Describe a real-world situation that you could model with a linear function.

Describe a reasonable domain and range for the situation.
Exit Slip
1) Pick up Bell Ringer Binder (BRB)
2) Lay out homework for Ms. Wyble to see while you work on your Bell Ringer.
October 26th
CCR Problem: Timothy owns a bacon-packaging machine. He has been using this machine for one week and it is supposed to produce 20,500 packages by the end of the month. The machine is able to produce 16 packages of bacon per minute. If the machine has already produced 826 packages of bacon today, how many packages of bacon will Timothy have in one and a half hours?
Practice 6-2 Worksheet
Describe a real-world situation that you could model with a linear function.

Describe a reasonable domain and range for the situation.
Bell Ringer
I can interpret the slope (rate of change) and the intercept (constant term) of a linear model in the context of the data.
None :)
Homework
Exit Slip
Below where you wrote today's daily objective, draw a face that shows how you are doing so far. Feel free to make it as creative as you would like .
1) Pick up BRB
2) Pick up graphing calculator from the back of class
3) Lay out your homework for Ms. Wyble to check as you work on your Bell Ringer
October 29th
Mad Lib
Bell Ringer
I can compute and interpret the correlation coefficient of a linear fit as a measure of how well the data fit the relationship.
None :)
Homework
Complete one of the following sentences:

One thing that the teacher could do to help me understand things better is...

The part of the lesson that was most clear to me today was...
Exit Slip
October 30th
1) Pick up BRB
2) Pick up graphing calculator from the back counter
Given the following table of data, what do you suspect our correlation coefficient will be? Positive? Negative? Zero? Weak? Strong? Why?
Bell Ringer
X Y
1 2
2 4
3 6
4 8
I can compute and interpret the correlation coefficient of a linear fit as a measure of how well the data fit the relationship.
Review!
Homework
Come up with two problems from this section you think might be on the test and answer them.
Exit Slip
October 31st
1) Pick up BRB
2) Get out a blank piece of paper for your thinking map
Thinking Map
Wolf Wednesday
I will get a good grade on the test tomorrow.
Do not eat so much candy that you throw up. Go to bed on time.

Finish the review worksheet if you haven't already.
Homework
Rate yourself from "1" to "10" (ten being the best) on how prepared you feel for the test.

Finish the following sentences:

1) One thing that I am still a little confused on is...

2) One piece of candy I will bring Ms. Wyble tomorrow is...
Exit Slip
November 1st
1) Pick up BRB
2) Pick up graphing calculator from the back counter
3) Get out thinking map
Math Curse
Bell Ringer
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR TEST!
Enjoy the weekend :)
Homework
Write down the grade you wanted to get on the test.

Write down the grade you think you got on the test.
Exit Slip
November 5th
1) Get out a piece of paper for this week's bell ringers
2) Pick up graphing calculator from the back counter
If my equation says y = 6, what does my graph look like?

If my equation says x = -4, what does my graph look like?
Bell Ringer
We are summarizing all that we've learned about linear functions so far.
None
Homework
Write down at least one question (or comments) you have about the project due at the end of class tomorrow.
Exit Slip
1) Get out your bell ringer paper
2) Pick up graphing calculator from the back counter
November 6th
Bell Ringer
We are summarizing all that we've learned about linear functions so far.
Finish project
Homework
Finish the sentence: The one thing I will remember from this unit (linear functions) is...
Exit Slip
Robert found, using a scatterplot and the line of best fit, that there was a positive correlation between people's eyesight and the number of pets they owned. That is, people with 20/20 vision generally owned more pets, and people with really bad eyesight owned fewer.
Does this mean that people's eyesights determine how many pets they own? Or that the number of pets people own determines how well they see? Why or why not?
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