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Phillips Academy Unit Description & Inventory (UDI) Template

TEACHER(s): Ms. Cholewick


COURSE: Algebra
GRADE LEVEL: 9
UNIT TITLE: Linear Inequalities
FEEDBACK
PROVIDED BY:
PART I: UNIT OVERVIEW
Unit Length:
4 Weeks
Unit Placement
2nd Quarter
(ex. 1st Qtr, 2nd Qtr,
etc.)
Rationale for Unit
Linear equations and inequalities can help solve a wide range of problems, including
(rationale for unit
predicting the cost of a phone call that takes a given number of minutes and
length, connections to predicting the number of hot dog sales necessary to make a profit of $100, or a profit
previous/future
of at least $250. Students will discover how inequalities can represent constraints,
learning, vertical
such as a budget, and practice solving linear inequalities by performing inverse
alignment, relevance,
operations.
etc )
Assessment
Diagnostic/
Descriptions I PreHonors/A Assessment
Assessment Goals:
P
Skills
Formative
(Please attach all
major assessments)
College
Prep
(Regular)

Summative
Diagnostic/
PreAssessment
Formative
Summative

Self
Contained
Assessment
Descriptions II Assessment Goals:
Common Core
Performance Tasks
~SWBAT format

Unit 3 Exam (Linear Equations)


Do nows, class activities, exit slips, homework,
projects
Exit slips and quizzes/mini projects to summarize
weekly understanding, and a Unit Test at the end of the
unit.

Diagnostic/
PreAssessment
Formative

Summative
MP.1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
MP.2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
MP.3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
MP.4 Model with mathematics.
MP.5 Use appropriate tools strategically.
MP.6 Attend to precision.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.REI.B.3

Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations


with coefficients represented by letters.

College Readiness
Skill Bands/Emphases

Content/ Teacher
Created Objectives

Honors & Advanced Placement:


Review:
Focus
Stretch:
College Prep:
Review:
Focus
Stretch:
Self Contained:
Review:
Focus
Stretch:
Solve an inequality by isolating the variable on one side of the inequality.
Verify the solution by substituting various into the inequalities.
Graph the solution using a number line.
Solve inequalities with one variable.
Write and solve inequalities from a real world situation.
Write compound inequalities.
Solve compound inequalities.

PART II: Literacy and Writing Alignment


Alignment to
Writing Framework:
Students will complete guided notes as video clips are played throughout the unit.
What writing
assignments will
Students will also be justifying and critiquing their own work and the work of others
students engage in
in their journals/notebooks.
during this unit?
Students will write weekly paragraphs (on Tuesdays) critiquing math problems in
the real world or dissecting a cartoon.

Supplementary Text

Descriptio
n/ Title

Nonfiction,
Fiction,
Informational

Lexile
Supplementary Text

Descriptio
n/ Title

Nonfiction,
Fiction,
Informational

Lexile
PART III: UNIT DESCRIPTION AND DELIVERY
Unit Content/
Explore what happens when the same number is added to or subtracted from
Essential Questions
both sides of an inequality. Why do you have to do the same thing to both sides?
Compare and contrast the process of solving a linear equation to solving a linear
inequality using addition and subtraction.
When a solution of an equation is verified, we say that the solution is correct.
When a solution of an inequality is verified, we can only say that this suggests
the solution is correct. Why?
Whats the definition of inequality?

Instructional Delivery

Where have you used or seen inequalities?


Compare and contrast solutions to inequalities and equations.
What do you notice when you multiply or divide by a negative?
Why do some inequalities have an open point and others a closed point?
Why do some linear inequalities have a solid line and other a broken line?
What are the similarities and differences between writing linear equations and
writing linear inequalities?
Notes. Interactive Notebook, Individual and Group Challenges, Technology
Monday
SWBAT
Solve an
inequality
by isolating
the variable
on one side
of the
inequality.

Pacing Calendar Daily Activities

Monday
SWBAT

(Include dates and


denote differences
between college
bound, preaccelerated, and
honors classes)

Demonstrate
mastery of
isolating the
variable on one
side of the
inequality.

Monday
SWBAT
Graph the
solution
using a

Tuesday
SWBAT
Solve an
inequality by
isolating the
variable on
one side of
the
inequality.

Tuesday
SWBAT
Solve
inequalities
with one
variable.

Tuesday
SWBAT
Graph the
solution
using a

Wednesday
SWBAT

Thursday
SWBAT

Solve an
inequality
by isolating
the variable
on one side
of the
inequality.

Solve an
inequality
by isolating
the variable
on one side
of the
inequality.

Verify the
solution by
substituting
various
into the
inequalities
.

Verify the
solution by
substituting
various
into the
inequalities
.

Wednesday
SWBAT

Thursday
SWBAT

Solve
inequalities
with one
variable.

Solve
inequalities
with one
variable.

Write and
solve
inequalities
from a real
world
situation.

Write and
solve
inequalities
from a real
world
situation.

Wednesday
SWBAT
Write
compound
inequalities

Thursday
SWBAT
Write
compound
inequalities

Friday
SWBAT
Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
and verifying
solutions.

Friday
SWBAT
Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
with one
variable and
from real
world
situations
(parking
signs)
Friday
SWBAT
Demonstrate
mastery of
graphing

number
line.

number line.

.
Solve
compound
inequalities
.

.
Solve
compound
inequalities
.

Monday
SWBAT

Tuesday
SWBAT

Wednesday
SWBAT

Thursday
SWBAT

Friday
SWBAT

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities and
verifying
solutions

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities with
one or two
variables and
from real world
situations
(parking signs)

Demonstrate
mastery of
graphing
solutions on a
number line.

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
and verifying
solutions

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
and verifying
solutions

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
with one or
two variables
and from real
world
situations
(parking signs)

Demonstrate
mastery of
solving
inequalities
with one or
two variables
and from real
world
situations
(parking
signs)

Demonstrate
mastery of
graphing
solutions on a
number line.
Integrations/
Interdisciplinary
Connections

solutions on a
number line.

Demonstrate
mastery of
graphing
solutions on a
number line.