## Unit 1 Exam 2013.docx - Section 1: It's Show Time

First Marking Period Exam

# First Marking Period Exam

Unit 4: Creating Linear Equations

Lesson 8 of 8

Lesson 8 of 8

## Objective: SWBAT demonstrate what they've learned so far about patterns, abstractions, number lines, solving equations, and creating equations.

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#### It's Show Time

*43 min*

This exam is designed to take the whole period, and it's probably still more than some students can do. That's ok. It's graded by learning target, and this is not the last we've seen of any of these SLTs. As much as anything, this will help us to frame our work moving forward.

As students arrive, I tell them that they can use their one Cheat Sheet, a pen or pencil, and a calculator. Other than that, desks should be clear. As I see that each student is ready, I provide an exam, and I say they have the entire period to do their best possible work.

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- UNIT 1: Number Tricks, Patterns, and Abstractions
- UNIT 2: The Number Line Project
- UNIT 3: Solving Linear Equations
- UNIT 4: Creating Linear Equations
- UNIT 5: Statistics
- UNIT 6: Mini Unit: Patterns, Programs, and Math Without Words
- UNIT 7: Lines
- UNIT 8: Linear and Exponential Functions
- UNIT 9: Systems of Equations
- UNIT 10: Quadratic Functions
- UNIT 11: Functions and Modeling

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- LESSON 1: Creating Linear Equations in One Variable
- LESSON 2: From Guess and Check to Creating Equations; From Equations to Inequalities
- LESSON 3: Problem Set: Creating Equations
- LESSON 4: Progress Reports and Closing Out
- LESSON 5: Guess and Check is a Bridge to Creating Equations
- LESSON 6: Review and Quality, Day 1
- LESSON 7: Review, Justification, and Critique
- LESSON 8: First Marking Period Exam

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