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TIP Lesson Plan Template

Instructor: Jasmine C., Hannah O., Ricardo P. C.

Solving with variables


Title:
9th
Grade Level:
2 periods, 50 minutes each class
Length of Lesson:

The 9th grade math students will accurately evaluate solutions


Objective: to one and multiple variable equations. Evaluate before and
after material is taught by use of Plicker.
MAFS.912.A-CED.1.1
Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them
Common Core to solve problems. Include equations arising from linear and
Standard: quadratic functions, and simple rational, absolute, and
exponential functions.

1a) Set professional learning goals to explore and apply


pedagogical approaches made possible by technology and
reflect on their effectiveness.
2b) Advocate for equitable access to educational technology,
digital content and learning opportunities to meet the diverse
needs of all students.
5a) Use technology to create, adapt and personalize learning
NETS-T Standards:
experiences that foster independent learning and accommodate
learner differences and needs.
6b) Manage the use of technology and student learning
strategies in digital platforms, virtual environments, hands-on
makerspaces or in the field.
7a) Provide alternative ways for students to demonstrate
competency and reflect on their learning using technology.
NETS-S Standards: 1c) Students use technology to seek feedback that informs and
improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a
variety of ways.
5a) Students formulate problem definitions suited for
technology-assisted methods such as data analysis, abstract
models and algorithmic thinking in exploring and finding
solutions.
5c) Students break problems into component parts, extract key
information,and develop descriptive models to understand
complex systems or facilitate problem-solving.
7a) Students use digital tools to connect with learning from a
variety of backgrounds and cultures, engaging with them in
ways that broaden mutual understanding and learning.
Please note: Consideration of technology use can be made at all stages of the planning
process. The teacher AND the students must use the technology! You must highlight
where/when you are using technology with red or grey font.
7c) Students contribute constructively to project teams,
assuming various roles and responsibilities to work effectively
toward a common goal.

Whiteboard, projector, software, and textbooks


Required Materials:

Use Kahoot with 5 questions with increasing difficulty by each


Grabber/Hook: question, to introduce them to material and show them real-life
application.
1. Kahoot
2. Pre-Test Plicker
3. Teach lesson 1.1 between both periods
- Refer back to Kahoot problems
- Explain procedures
- Work through Kahoot problems and textbook
Procedure:
examples with students
- Assign 1.1 homework from textbook at the end of
the section
4. Final Result Plicker
5. Teacher to compare scores

Pre-Test Plicker followed by Final Result Plicker. Student


Assessment: needs to turn in any work used to solve problems.
Special Needs Plicker and Kahoot provides students with ADHD an outlook
Technology to be engaged during assessments.
Accommodations:
Quizlet: Teacher can have lessons and terminology under
ESOL Technology
profile, and can be translated/heard for ESOL student to
Accommodations:
understand.
Kahoot, Plicker, Quizlet, and optional link to Khan Academy
Tech References:

Please note: Consideration of technology use can be made at all stages of the planning
process. The teacher AND the students must use the technology! You must highlight
where/when you are using technology with red or grey font.