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### Standards-Based Lesson

1. 1. Writing and Solving Word Problems from Real-World TITLE: Situations LESSON DEVELOPER: Christian Curry CONTENT AREA AND GRADE: Algebra 1 - Grade 8 This is a two-day lesson that involves writing and solving SCOPE AND SEQUENCE multi-step equations and inequalities. (from the VSC: 1.B.2.a and 1.B.2.b) TARGET TEACHING DATE: October 11 - October 12, 2006 SCHOOL: Perry Hall Middle School STANDARDS: Mathematics - Grade 8 Standard 1.0 Knowledge of Algebra, Patterns, and Functions: Students will algebraically represent, model, analyze, or solve mathematical or real-world problems involving patterns or functional relationships. Topic B. Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities: Indicator 2. Identify, write, solve, and apply equations and inequalities Objective g. Write equations and inequalities that describe real-world problems PERFORMANCES: The students will create an equation based on the following topic: Sports: Students will then use predetermined data to solve their equations. SETTING: Real World Setting: Professional sports You are a famous NFL agent. Your client, a famous quarterback, is at the end of his contract. You will create a new contract for your client. You must create stipulations in your contract that include a base salary, bonuses for reaching specific performance incentives (ex. \$10,000 for every touchdown thrown), and penalties for performing poorly (ex. losing \$5,000 for each interception thrown). Once you have created the equations, you will research to find your statistics for the 2005 season. Using these statistics, you will determine your salary for the season based on the contract you have created.
2. 2. SMARTSKILLS: Level I: Acquiring Data - Data students will acquire in this standards-based task: Vocabulary: Equation, Substitution, Base salary, Touchdown, Interception, Completion, Sack Skills: 1. Create and solve an equation. 2. Use given information to solve a real world problem. Level II: Visualizing Information - Data from Level I that are visualized as information in this standards- based task: Organizing: Using the information provided in the word problem to determine final salary of quarterback. Creating meaning: Determine the final salary of chosen NFL player. Level III: Applying Knowledge - Visualized information from Level II that is applied knowledge in this standards-based task: Making decisions: Creating appropriate values to performance incentives. Solving problems: Determining the final salary of NFL quarterback. PREFERENCES: Student Involvement - The students will complete the task in a project group to create an equation. The students will then work on their own to determine the outcome of their equation given a set of data. Students will then meet again to compare their results and create a poster to share their results. Instruction - Activities will be organized and delivered in a multimedia presentation followed by large group discussion and small group activities. Special Education Accommodations - Students with special needs will require the following electronic devices: Calculator Special Education Accommodations - Students with special needs will require the following presentation of information: Extra processing and response time and written copies of orally presented instructional or assessment materials Use of Resources - The school will provide classroom time to complete the task Use of Resources - The students will provide classroom materials such as pencils, paper, notebooks homework time Customer for Student Work - The student will present their work as evidence of task completion to peers and teachers Assessment of Student Work - The following people will be involved in assessing student work generated to complete the task: The student's teacher and peers Assessment of Student Work - The following forms of assessment will be used to determine progress and results: Formative Performance Assessment consisting of poster and presentation made by groups Reporting Results - The assessment results will be reported as a score point on a rubric Timeline - The estimated time needed to plan, teach, and score this task is two class periods (From October 11 to October 12 for 2 class periods)