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6 Assessment Blueprint for a Unit of Study

High Achievement Unit Outcome: Algebra III Unit 1


Purpose: Students will be able to solve, analyze, create, and interpret functions as linear equations, graphs and formulate models of functions.
Outcome: 1.1 Introduction to graphing:
Components:
1.1.1 Identify the origin, x-axis, y-axis, and quadrants of coordinate system
1.1.2 Identify coordinates and plot ordered pairs on graphs
1.1.3 Identify and compute “x” and “y” intercept.
1.1.4 Create ordered pair tables for linear and nonlinear functions to graph
1.1.5 Compute distance between coordinate points.
1.1.6 Compute midpoint between coordinate points.
1.1.7 Graph circles.
1.1.8 Apply distance and midpoint to synthesize equations of circles.

Outcome: 1.2 Functions and Graphs


Components
1.2.1 Explain if the correspondence of the domain and range of a function
1.2.2 Create a table of the range of a function
1.2.3 Graph functions using domain and range tables
1.2.4 Classify graphs as functions or non-functions
1.2.5 Describe domain from graphs
1.2.6 Analyze domain from functions
1.3 Linear Equations, Slope, Applications
Components
1.3.1 Identify slope from 2 points
1.3.2 Identify slope and y-intercept from formula
1.3.3 Create graphs using a formula.
1.3.4 Identify and model slope form real life situations.
1.4 Equations of lines and Modeling
Components
1.4.1 Create linear equations from slope and y-intercepts
1.4.2 Create linear equations form 2 points
1.4.3 Change linear equations to create perpendicular equations
1.4.4 Change linear and nonlinear equations to create parallel equations
1.4.5 Construct linear equations based on real life situations
Possible Points for all Assessments for this unit of study _____154____
Formal Assessment
Approximate Points on all
Components (Learning Targets) assessments for
% of weight for each Component
each Component
1.1.1 Identify the origin, x-axis, y-axis, and quadrants of coordinate system Observations, Exit ticket, 3% 6
1.1.2 Identify coordinates and plot ordered pairs on graphs Whiteboards 1% 3
Whiteboards, Peer tutoring,
1.1.3 Identify and compute “x” and “y” intercept. 4% 9
Exit ticket, Observation
1.1.4 Create ordered pair tables for linear and nonlinear functions to graph Whiteboards, Observation 4% 9
Whiteboards, Peer tutoring,
1.1.5 Compute distance between coordinate points. 11% 25
Observation
1.1.6 Compute midpoint between coordinate points. Whiteboards, Observation 11% 25
1.1.7 Graph circles. Whiteboards, Observation 7% 16
Whiteboards, Peer tutoring,
1.1.8 Apply distance and midpoint to synthesize equations of circles. 7% 16
Exit ticket, Observation
Class Discussions Peer
1.2.1 Explain if the correspondence of the domain and range of a function 4% 9
tutoring,
1.2.2 Create a table of the range of a function Whiteboards, Observation 4% 9
1.2.3 Graph functions using domain and range table Whiteboards 2% 4
Whiteboards, Exit ticket,
1.2.4 Classify graphs as functions or non-functions 3% 8
Observation
Peer tutoring, Exit ticket,
1.2.5 Describe domain from graphs 3% 8
Observation
Class Discussions, Peer
1.2.6 Analyze domain from functions tutoring, Exit ticket, 4% 9
Observation
1.3.1 Identify slope from 2 points Whiteboards, 2% 4
1.3.2 Identify slope and y-intercept from formula Observation 2% 4
1.3.3 Create graphs using a formula. Whiteboards, Observation 9% 20
Peer tutoring, Exit ticket,
1.3.4 Identify and model slope form real life situations. 2% 5
Observation
Whiteboards, Peer tutoring,
1.4.1 Create linear equations from slope and y-intercepts 4% 9
Exit ticket, Observation
1.4.2 Create linear equations form 2 points Whiteboards 4% 9
1.4.3 Change linear equations to create perpendicular equations Exit ticket, Observation 3% 6
1.4.4 Change linear equations to create parallel equations Exit ticket, Observation 3% 6
Peer tutoring, Exit ticket,
1.4.5 Construct linear and nonlinear equations based on real life situations 5% 12
Observation