Understanding by Design Unit Template
Course:
Unit of Study:
Math 10C
Chapter 4 - Roots and Powers
Step 1: Identify the Outcomes to Address
Guiding Questions:
What do I want my students to learn?
What can they currently understand and do?
What do I want m
CHAPTER 7 SYSTEMS
Day 1
Systems of Equations
two or more equations with 2 or more variables
usually the number of equations equals the number of variables
Solution to a System of Equations
value(s) of variables must satisfy all equations
Recall linear
Math 10 C 8 days
Chapter 0 Review of Basic Skills and Measurement
Day 1 Review of Fractions (NO CALCULATORS!)
Simplifying / Multiplying / Dividing
Simplifying When looking to simplify fractions, we are looking for a common factor in both
the numerator and
MATH 10 COMMON
TRIGONOMETRY
CHAPTER 2
(11 Days)
Day 1 Introduction to the Tangent Ratio
Review: How to set up your triangles:
Angles are always upper case ( etc.) and sides are always lower case (a,b,c).
is always opposite side c. is always opposite side
CHAPTER 7 SYSTEMS
Day 1
Systems of Equations
two or more equations with 2 or more variables
usually the number of equations equals the number of variables
Solution to a System of Equations
value(s) of variables must satisfy all equations
Recall linear
Math 10-C
Relations & Functions
Lesson 1 Introduction to Relations & Functions
TERMINOLOGY
Relation a rule that associates the elements of one set with the elements of another set (a set of
ordered pairs).
Set a collection of distinct objects
Element One
Course:
Unit of Study:
Math 10C
Polynomial Products and Factors
Step 1: Identify the Outcomes to Address
Guiding Questions:
What do I want my students to learn?
What can they currently understand and do?
What do I want my students to be able to understand
MATH 10 Common
LINEAR FUNCTIONS
CH 6
Day 1 Slope
I. Slope of a line or segment.
The slope denoted by m refers to the steepness of the line. The steeper the line, the greater the
slope.
In order to calculate the slope (m) of a line we must find the vertica
Math 10C
Chapter 1 Measurement
Day 1 - 3 Review and introduction to basic shapes
B E D M A S this is the order of operations that MUST be used to solve an equation.
done at same time
Eg. Evaluate the following:
1.
2.
3.
However, when we are solving for a
Chapter 6: Linear Functions
Notes
Day 1- Slope
We see slope in many different aspects of life.
For example:
Skate board parks:
Theme Parks:
Ski Hills:
The slope denoted by m refers to the steepness of the line. The steeper the line, the greater the slope.