# Lesson: Coordinate Plane and Coordinates

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### Lesson Objective

SWBAT label the coordinate plane. SWBAT name and plot points on coordinate plane. (SWBAT find the distance between two points. )

### Lesson Plan

 Element/Time Teacher Student expected response Do Now (8:30 – 8:40)/(10:00 –10:10) ·         Teacher walks around to greet students and check in with students about their do now and homework ·         Students complete 2 review/2 current unit problems independently HW Check ·         Teacher walks around to help/spot check student HW Students correct homework from board with problems shown.  Students will ask questions in order to review misunderstood questions Mental Math (8:40 – 8:50) /(10:10 – 10:20) ·         10% of a number ·         Students answer questions mentally, if stick is called they can answer and explain their answer choice. Mini Lesson (8:50 – 9:25)/(10:20 – 10:55) Opening: ·         Discuss the Unit:  Highlight for students that the big idea is to see the connection between graphs, tables and equations.  That this unit will bring all of these together.  Talk about how these representations when showing linear relationships can help us to predict unknown values. Intro: ·         Focus on the “graph” today – visual representation of a relationship ·         Coordiante Plane is a grid that helps us to place the location of different points ·         There are four quadrants and they move counter clockwise in name ·         A point is read (x, y) ·         Coordinates are sometimes called ordered pairs ·         The origin is the point (0,0) – all other points are named based on their location from the origin. Guided: ·         Label the coordinate plane ·         Read points appropriately from the cp and identify which quadrant they are located ·         Plot/graph points on the coordinate plane ·         Tell the distance between two points on the coordinate plane by counting spaces. Independent: ·         Worksheet that practices the guided practice skills ·         4 in a row/tic tac toe game played in partners to help them plot points accurately. Closing:  ·         How do we label points? Skills Time (9:35- 9:50) /(11:05-11:25) Students will be introduced to packets and will start to work independently – teachers will pull small groups of students to review interim re-teach skills.

### Lesson Resources

 Notes Coordinate Plane Unit 6 Day 1   Notes 3,174 Notes RR Coordinate Plane   Notes 2,265 Coordinate Plane HW 12727 Coordinate Plane Practice 12727 U7 L1 Representing Relationships Coordinate Plane 1,801 orderedpairsworksheet 2,280 OrderedPairs 1,858 Cooridinate Plane TicTacToe 2,591