Unit 1: Number and Operations
- I can perform operations with integers.
- I can identify and justify number equivalencies.
- I can order numbers.
Unit 2: Expressions
- I can use the distributive property to rewrite expressions in equivalent forms.
- I can simplify expressions by combining like terms.
- I can evaluate expressions for the given value(s) of the variable(s).
Unit 3: Equations
- I can solve linear equations.
- I can graph linear equations.
- I can solve a multi-variable linear equation for a given variable.
Unit 4: Systems of Equations
- I can state whether or not given values for the variables represent a solution to a system of equations.
- I can estimate a solution to a system graphically.
- I can solve a system using substitution.
- I can solve a system using elimination.
Unit 5: Sequences
- I can determine if a sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.
- I can describe a sequence recursively.
- I can describe a sequence explicitly.
Unit 6: Functions
- I can find the domain and range of a relation.
- I can determine and justify if a relation is a function.
- I can use function notation to describe, evaluate, and graph a function.
Unit 7: Exponentials
- I can simplify and exponential expression.
- I can determine and justify if a function is exponential.
- I can find the base and y-intercept given an exponential function.
- I can graph an exponential function.
Unit 8: Polynomial Operations
- I can identify the degree of a polynomial.
- I can add and subtract polynomials.
- I can multiply polynomials.
- I can factor polynomials.
Unit 9: Quadratic Functions
- I can determine and justify if a function is quadratic.
- I can find the zeros of a quadratic function.
- I can sketch a graph of a quadratic function.
- I can find the line of symmetry and vertex of a quadratic function.
Unit 10: Statistics
- I can organize and analyze bivariate data.
My (Brief) Reflection:
- Units 1 and 2 were boring for many of my students this year, but things I perceived my students the previous year to need. Also things I think many students benefited from. I would like to do some sort of pretest to see which students could benefit from what...but that will be complicated...
- I want to integrate statistics into my other units. It gives a setting to apply the other learning that is "real-world" and then I won't save it until the end and end up not being able to do it.
- I need to focus somewhere on "rate of change" a little bit more...maybe since we didn't really do a linear functions unit this year that struggled.
- I would like to take time to compare these to the original learning targets I planned out and decide which I prefer for which units.
So here they are to borrow, steal, or edit! Enjoy :)
-Kathryn
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