# Jason Colombino

Algebra I
82 Lessons
Collins Middle
Salem, MA
Student Environment:
Urban
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## Algebra I

(8 Units, 82 Lessons)

#### 1. Welcome to Algebra I!

Big Idea: The camera is zoomed way out to capture "the Grand Canyon" in this lesson: students are introduced to each other, the teacher, and to the exciting opportunities that await in Algebra I!
Standards:
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#### 2. Pre-Assessment of Skills

Big Idea: Students complete a unit pre-assessment aligned to assess preparation for the study of Algebra I. The assessment data will be used to differentiate and enrich the the curriculum!
Standards:
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#### 3. Visualizing the Standards for Mathematical Practice

Big Idea: Students create elaborate visualizations of Mathematical Practices in this Collaborative and Engaging Activity!
Standards:
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#### 4. BFFs: Domain and Range of Functions

Big Idea: Situations that are relevant to students' lives are modeled as students engage in learning about the domain and range of a function.
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#### 5. The World's Language: Function Notation

Big Idea: Students learn about function notation by employing their knowledge in a variety of different contexts.
Standards:
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#### 6. Comparing Sequences by Form and by Pattern of Change

Big Idea: Students explore the Fibonacci sequence and other sequences to further their understanding of functions!
Standards:
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#### 7. Which Came First the Chicken or the Egg? Inverse Functions

Big Idea: Students construct their own understanding of inverse functions through an exploratory function sort!
Standards:
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#### 8. Functions in Everyday Situations: A MAP Project Challenge

Big Idea: A Classroom Activity challenges students to match various representations of functions to everyday situations!
Standards:
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#### 9. Sorting Functions

Big Idea: Students deepen their understanding through a sorting and matching task.
Standards:
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#### 10. What's Your Function?

Big Idea: Students create their own functions to model a situation relevant to their lives in this paired collaborative performance task!
Standards:
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