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The following lesson plans and worksheets are from the New York State Education Department Common Core-aligned educational resources.

These Lesson Plans and Worksheets are divided into five modules.

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Algebra I Homework, Lesson Plans and Worksheets

Topics and Objectives (Module 1)
A Introduction to Functions Studied This Year - Graphing Stories

Module 1 Overview

Topic A Overview

Lesson 1: Graphs of Piecewise Linear Functions (Video)

Lesson 2:Graphs of Quadratic Functions (Video)

Lesson 3: Graphs of Exponential Functions (Video)

Lesson 4: Analyzing Graphs - Water Usage During a Typical Day at School (Video)

Lesson 5: Two Graphing Stories (Video)

B The Structure of Expressions

Topic B Overview

Lesson 6: Algebraic Expressions - The Distributive Property (Video)

Lesson 7:  Algebraic Expressions - The Commutative and Associative Properties (Video)

Lesson 8: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials (Video)

Lesson 9: Multiplying Polynomials (Video)

Mid-Module Assessment
C Solving Equations and Inequalities

Topic C Overview

Lesson 10: True and False Equations (Video)

Lesson 11: Solution Sets for Equations and Inequalities (Video)

Lesson 12: Solving Equations (Video)

Lesson 13: Some Potential Dangers when Solving Equations (Video)

Lesson 14: Solving Inequalities (video)

Lesson 15: Solution Sets of Two or More Equations (or Inequalities) Joined by “And” or “Or” (Video)

Lesson 16: Solving and Graphing Inequalities Joined by “And” or “Or” (Video)

Lesson 17: Equations Involving Factored Expressions (Video)

Lesson 18: Equations Involving a Variable Expression in the Denominator (Video)

Lesson 19: Rearranging Formulas (Video)

Lesson 20, Lesson 21: Solution Sets to Equations and Inequalities with Two Variables (Video) (Video)

Lesson 22, Lesson 23: Solution Sets to Simultaneous Equations (Video) (Video)

Lesson 24: Applications of Systems of Equations and Inequalities (Video)
D Creating Equations to Solve Problems

Topic D Overview

Lesson 25: Solving Problems in Two Ways - Rules and Algebra (Video)

Lesson 26, Lesson 27:Recursive Challenge Problem - The Double and Add 5 Game (Video)

Lesson 28: Federal Income Tax (Video)
End-of-Module Assessment

Topics and Objectives (Module 2)
A Shapes and Centers of Distributions

Module 2 Overview

Topic A Overview

Lesson 1: Distributions and Their Shapes (Video)

Lesson 2: Describing the Center of a Distribution (Video)

Lesson 3: Estimating Centers and Interpreting the Mean as a Balance Point (Video)
B Describing Variability and Comparing Distributions

Topic B Overview

Lesson 4: Summarizing Deviations from the Mean (Video)

Lesson 5: Measuring Variability for Symmetrical Distributions (Video)

Lesson 6: Interpreting the Standard Deviation (Video)

Lesson 7: Measuring Variability for Skewed Distributions (Interquartile Range) (Video)

Lesson 8: Comparing Distributions (Video)
Mid-Module Assessment

C Categorical Data on Two Variables

Topic C Overview

Lesson 9: Summarizing Bivariate Categorical Data (Video)

Lesson 10: Summarizing Bivariate Categorical Data with Relative Frequencies (Video)

Lesson 11: Conditional Relative Frequencies and Association (Video)
D Numerical Data on Two Variables

Topic D Overview

Lesson 12, Lesson 13: Relationships between Two Numerical Variables (Video)

Lesson 14: Modeling Relationships with a Line (Video)

Lesson 15: Interpreting Residuals from a Line (Video)

Lesson 16: More on Modeling Relationships with a Line (Video)

Lesson 17, Lesson 18: Analyzing Residuals (Video)

Lesson 19: Interpreting Correlation (Video)

Lesson 20: Analyzing Data Collected on Two Variables
End-of-Module Assessment

Topics and Objectives (Module 3)
A Linear and Exponential Sequences
Module 3 Overview

Topic A Overview

Lesson 1: Integer Sequences - Should You Believe in Patterns? (Video)

Lesson 2: Recursive Formulas for Sequences (Video)

Lesson 3: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences (Video)

Lesson 4: Why Do Banks Pay YOU to Provide Their Services? (Video)

Lesson 5: The Power of Exponential Growth (Video)

Lesson 6: Exponential Growth - U.S. Population and World Population (Video)

Lesson 7: Exponential Decay (Video)
B Functions and Their Graphs

Topic B Overview

Lesson 8: Why Stay with Whole Numbers? (Video)

Lesson 9, Lesson 10:  Representing, Naming, and Evaluating Functions (Video)

Lesson 11: The Graph of a Function (Video)

Lesson 12: The Graph of the Equation y=f(x) (Video)

Lesson 13: Interpreting the Graph of a Function (Video)

Lesson 14: Linear and Exponential Models - Comparing Growth Rates (Video)
Mid-Module Assessment
C Transformations of Functions

Topic C Overview

Lesson 15: Piecewise Functions (Video)

Lesson 16: Graphs Can Solve Equations Too (Video)

Lesson 17, Lesson 18, Lesson 19, Lesson 20: Four Interesting Transformations of Functions (Video)

D Using Functions and Graphs to Solve Problems

Topic D Overview

Lesson 21: Comparing Linear and Exponential Models Again (Video)

Lesson 22: Modeling an Invasive Species Population (Video)

Lesson 23: Newton's Law of Cooling (Video)

Lesson 24: Piecewise and Step Functions in Context (Video)
End-of-Module Assessment

Topics and Objectives (Module 4)
A Quadratic Expressions, Equations, Functions, and Their Connection to Rectangles

Module 4 Overview

Topic A Overview

Lesson 1, Lesson 2: Multiplying and Factoring Polynomial Expressions (Video)

Lesson 3, Lesson 4: Advanced Factoring Strategies for Quadratic Expressions (Video)

Lesson 5: The Zero-Product Property (Video)

Lesson 6: Solving Basic One-Variable Quadratic Equations (Video)

Lesson 7: Creating and Solving Quadratic Equations in One Variable (Video)

Lesson 8: Exploring the Symmetry in Graphs of Quadratic Functions (Video)

Lesson 9: Graphing Quadratic Functions from Factored Form, f(x)=a(x-m)(x-n) (Video)

Lesson 10: Interpreting Quadratic Functions from Graphs and Tables (Video)
Mid-Module Assessment
B Using Different Forms for Quadratic Functions

Topic B Overview

Lesson 11, Lesson 12: Completing the Square (Video)

Lesson 13: Solving Equations by Completing the Square (Video)

Lesson 14: Deriving the Quadratic Formula (Video)

Lesson 15: Using the Quadratic Formula (Video)

Lesson 16: Graphing Quadratic Equations From the Vertex Form, y=a(x-h)2+k (Vide0)

Lesson 17: Graphing Quadratic Functions From the Standard Form, f(x)=ax2+bx+c (Video)
C Function Transformations and Modeling

Topic C Overview

Lesson 18: Graphing Cubic, Square Root, and Cube Root Functions

Lesson 19: Translating Functions (Video)

Lesson 20: Stretching and Shrinking Graphs of Functions (Video)

Lesson 21: Transformations of the Quadratic Parent Function, f(x)=x2 (Video)

Lesson 22: Comparing Quadratic, Square Root, and Cube Root Functions Represented in Different Ways (Video)

Lesson 23, Lesson 24: Modeling with Quadratic Functions (Video)
End-of-Module Assessment

Topics and Objectives (Module 5)
A Elements of Modeling

Module 5 Overview

Topic A Overview

Lesson 1: Analyzing a Graph

Lesson 2: Analyzing a Data Set

Lesson 3: Analyzing a Verbal Description
B Completing the Modeling Cycle

Topic B Overview Lesson 4: Modeling a Context from a Graph

Lesson 5: Modeling from a Sequence

Lesson 6, Lesson 7: Modeling a Context from Data

Lesson 8, Lesson 9: Modeling a Context from a Verbal Description
End-of-Module Assessment

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