MPM1D1 - Grade 9 Academic Math

 

Unit 3 – Scatterplots & Linear Relations Intro

 

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Planned Date

Quiz

Scatter Plots

Nov 1

Quiz

Slope

Nov 9

Unit Test

All Unit 3

Nov 16

 

Grade 9 Academic:  Unit 3 – Scatterplots & Linear Relations Intro

 

* Note: Days and assessments are approximate and may change due to school activities or class needs. Pizzaz are OPTIONAL!

 

Day

Lesson/Activity

Homework/Assessments

Wed

Oct 24

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to define hypothesis, statistics, primary data, secondary data and qualitative data and quantitative data as well as differentiate between qualitative and quantitative data & primary and secondary data. I am learning how to locate a point in a coordinate plane given its coordinates (ordered pair).

o   Success Criteria: I can define hypothesis, statistics, primary data, secondary data and qualitative data and quantitative data as well as differentiate between qualitative and quantitative data & primary and secondary data. I can locate a point in a coordinate plane given its coordinates (ordered pair)

·       Hypotheses and Sources of Data

·       Cartesian Plane

·       Pizzazz C-34: What Happened After a Burglar Broke into a Tuba Factory

Thu

Oct 25

o   Learning Goal: I am reviewing how to collect data, make scatterplots and determine whether or not a relationship exists. I am learning terminology related to scatterplots and discuss interpretation of data.

o   Success Criteria: I can collect data, make scatterplots and determine whether or not a relationship exists. I understand terminology related to scatterplots and discuss interpretation of data.

·       Olympic Participation

·       Effect of Speed on Fuel Efficiency

·       Scatter Plots – Data Collection

 

 

 

Fri

Oct 26

o   Learning Goal: I am reviewing how to make scatterplots and determine whether or not a relationship exists.

o   Success Criteria: I can make scatterplots and determine whether or not a relationship exists.

·       Personal Traits: Is there a relationship here?

 

Mon

Oct 29

o   Learning Goal: I am reviewing how to make scatterplots, determine whether or not a relationship exists, describe trends and interpret the data.

o   Success Criteria: I can make scatterplots, determine whether or not a relationship exists, describe trends and interpret the data.

·       Correlation and Linearity

·       Trends in Data

 

Tue

Oct 30

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to describe the type, strength and direction of the correlation, draw a line or curve of best fit, make a scatterplot, determine if a relationship exists and describe the trends in the data.

o   Success Criteria: I can describe the type, strength and direction of the correlation, draw a line or curve of best fit, make a scatterplot, determine if a relationship exists and describe the trends in the data.

Scatterplots Power Point

·       Trends in Data Continued

·       Hot Chocolate 

Wed

Oct 31

o   Learning Goals: I am learning how to graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

o   Success Criteria: I can graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

·       Trends in Data –  Graphs

Introduction to Linear Relationshipsimage002

Thu

Nov 1

o   Learning Goals: I am learning how to graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

o   Success Criteria: I can graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

Slopes Power Point

·       Quiz - Scatter Plots

·       Slope

·       Slope II

Fri

Nov 2

o   Learning Goals: I am learning how to graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

o   Success Criteria: I can graph linear relations and answer questions regarding linear relationships.

·       Textbook p 259 #1-11, 19, 20

Mon

Nov 5

o   Learning Goal: We are learning how to calculate slope and determine the direction and steepness.

o   Success Criteria: I can calculate slope and determine the direction and steepness.

·       Point-Slope Graphs

·       Ordered Pairs in Tables

 

Tue

Nov 6

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to describe slopes in terms of their direction and amount, graph linear relations given a point and the slope, compete TOVs for linear relations and then graph each relation, and analyze slope as a rate of change.

o   Success Criteria: I can describe slopes in terms of their direction and amount, graph linear relations given a point and the slope, compete TOVs for linear relations and then graph each relation, and analyze slope as a rate of change.

·       Graphing Lines from TOV

·       Slope of a line vs. first difference vs. rate of change

Textbook p 260 #10 p 261 #14-16

Wed

Nov 7

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to determine the first differences and how FDs enable us to determine if a relation is linear or not.

o   Success Criteria: I can determine the first differences and understand how FDs enable us to determine if a relation is linear or not.

·       First Differences – What do they say about Linear/Non-Linear Relationships?

·       First Differences

·       Textbook p 267 C1, C2 & p 268 #1-7 & p 276 #2-6

Thu

Nov 8

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to analyze slope as a rate of change and how the first differences enable us to determine if a relation is linear or not, calculate slope using the slope formula, determine collinearity, and review dividing fractions in the context of slope.

o   Success Criteria: I can analyze slope as a rate of change and how the first differences enable us to determine if a relation is linear or not, calculate slope using the slope formula, determine collinearity, and review dividing fractions in the context of slope.

·       Calculating Slope & Dividing Fractions

·       Textbook p 284 #1a, 2a, 3ab, 7ab, 13abc

Fri

Nov 9

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how an object's motion can be represented on a distance-time graph, describe the type of motion required to produce a distance-time graph and interpret distance-time graphs for real-life problems.

o   Success Criteria: I know how an object's motion can be represented on a distance-time graph. I can describe the type of motion required to produce a distance-time graph and interpret distance-time graphs for real-life problems.

·       Time-Distance Graphs

·       The Blue Car and the Red Car

·       Quiz - Slope

 

Mon

Nov 12

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to describe a situation that would explain the events illustrated by a distance-time graph.

o   Success Criteria: I can describe a situation that would explain the events illustrated by a distance-time graph.

·       Introduction to Distance-Time Graphs

·       Distance-Time Graphs

·       Textbook p 91 #1-5

Tue

Nov 13

o   Learning Goal: I am learning how to use graphs, TOVs and equations to identify direct and partial variations.

o   Success Criteria: I can use graphs, TOVs and equations to identify direct and partial variations.

·       Direct Variation

·       Partial Variation

·       Textbook p 242 C1, C2, #1, 2, 4, 6 & p 250 C1 #1, 2, 6, 8

Wed

Nov 14

o   Take your kids to work day – No classes

Thu

Nov 15

o   Learning Goal: All of the previous goals in this unit.

o   Success Criteria: All of the previous success criteria in the unit.

·       Review Package

·       Textbook p 95 # 2, 10-13 & p 288 #1-5, 7-16

Fri

Nov 16

o  Learning Goal: All of the previous goals in this unit. Success Criteria: All of the previous success criteria in the unit.

·      Test