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Resource  Overview  Type  Content Area  

Algebra I  Finding Your Roots  High School  Unit 4 
Inquiry Questions (Engaging Debatable): 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Graphing Linear Equations  Unit 3 
Essential Questions:
Lines that are either parallel or perpendicular can be determined by identifying their slopes 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Home on the Range – Part 1  Unit 1 
Inquiry Questions (Engaging Debatable): MA10GR.HSS.2GLE.2EO.b 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Home on the Range – Part 2 Unit 5 
Inquiry Questions (Engaging Debatable): 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  One and Two Variable Inequalities  Unit 5 
Essential Questions: 1. “Properties of solving” can be used to produce equivalent inequalities. 2. Onevariable inequalities can be graphed on a number line, whereas twovariable inequalities can be graphed on the coordinate plane. 3. Compound and absolute value inequalities can be rewritten and solved as two separate inequalities. 4. Graphing solutions to inequalities in twovariables can be represented as halfplanes 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Planning for High School Mathematics  All Units 
Six (6) Algebra 1 Units in a single curriculum planning document and Curriculum at a Glance overview Colorado's District Sample Curriculum Project By Content Area 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Power to the Variable  Instructional Unit 2 
Enhanced and Updated  March 31, 2014  This updated instructional unit includes learning experiences, teacher and student resources, assessment ideas, and differentiation options. The storyboard document provides a roadmap of teaching activities and a possible performance assessment for the unit. Inquiry Questions (Engaging Debatable): 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Poynomials and Factoring  Unit 9 
Essential Questions: 1. Polynomials can be simplified using properties of addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 2. Polynomials can be factored into a product of polynomials. 3. A product of polynomials can be expanded. 4. Graphs of polynomial equations can be utilized to find solutions. 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Properties of Exponents  Unit 7 
Essential Questions: 1. Use properties of exponents to simplify exponential expressions. 2. Rational exponents can be simplified using properties of exponents and be rewritten in radical form. 3. Expressions in scientific notation can be simplified using properties of exponents. 4. Reallife situations can be represented using exponential expressions. 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Real Numbers and Expressions 

Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Statistics Lie – Find Out How  Unit 3 
Inquiry Questions (Engaging Debatable): 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I  Writing Linear Equations  Unit 4 
Essential Questions:
A lineofbestfit can be utilized to determine a model for realworld situations. 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra I Units  ECBOCES 
Nine Algebra I units covering: Review of Real Numbers, Linear Equations & Inequalities, Functions, Linear Functions, Systems of Equations, Polynomials, Quadratic Equations & Functions, Statistics, and Exponential & Radical Functions Download the Zip files below to access the units and resources 
Curriculum Guide, Lesson Plan, Units  Math  
Algebra II  Functions and Equations  Unit 1 
Essential Questions: 1. Equations, inequalities, and formulas are solved by using inverse operations. 2. Functions model relationships between two or more variables. 3. Transformations include translating and stretching/shrinking the graph horizontally or vertically. 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math  
Algebra II  Systems of Equations  Unit 2 
Essential Questions: 1. Systems of equations can be solved by graphing, substitution, elimination, and matrices. 2. The solution to a system of inequalities is called a feasible region. 3. Systems of equations are used to solve real world problems in finance and business. 
Curriculum Guide, Units  Math 