**NC Math 1**

Math 1 Course overview:

- NC Math 1 Standards (rev. 2016)
- NC Math 1 Outcomes and Learning Targets: These are organized by modules which can be considered as units. Within each module are outcomes that describe the big ideas. Within the outcome are the learning targets that indicate what students can do if they have an understanding of the outcome. The learning targets are aligned to the standards for each course.
- NC Math 1 Pacing Guide: This lists a day by day outline of the tasks for each module with a suggested pacing. The primary resource for the course is the Core-Plus Mathematics Course 1 textbook. Other suggested resources are indicated by an *.

The items below are based on the Math 1 Standards from 2010-2016. New review material will be created and shared as we begin to implement the revised NC Math 1 Standards.

- Math 1 EOC Review with solutions
- Mistake on Review #4 Problem 2: the area of the triangle is 13 square units not 26.
- Math 1 EOC Review Resources

**Curriculum Maps**

*These have not been revised to indicate the new standards. I will post the revised ones soon. Meanwhile, many of the resources are included in these documents and can be helpful.*

- Module A Functions **Updated for 2016-2017***

- Module B Linear Functions
- Module C Statistics
- Module D Exponential Functions
- Module E Sequences
- Module F Geometry
- Module G Quadratics

**Math 1 Supplemental Tasks:**

Functions

- Bungee Physics Handout & Businees Handout 3 & Handout 4 (for those using Core-Plus Investigation from Course 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1 Investigation 1)
- A Functional Relationship
- Function Finder, Function Wall & Caterpillar Crawl are activities that can be found in the NCTM publication
*Putting Essential Understanding of Functions into Practice* - Tables, Graphs, and Equations (Teacher Notes)
- Tables, Graphs, and Equations (Student Pages)
- Domain and Range with Handout , Graph Cards, and Targets (aka Graphic Organizer for problems 2 & 3 of the investigation)
- Graphing Stories *Awesome resource from Dan Meyer and BuzzMath
- Floating Down the River
- Average Rate of Change

- Comparing Linear Functions
- Solving Linear Equations
- This is a Formative Assessment Lesson I recommend for Foundations of Math 1
- Solving Equations by Backtracking
- Building and Solving Complex Equations *formative assessment lesson
- Creating an Equation with a Given Solution *Open Middle problem
- MVP 1: Module 4 Equations & Inequalities
- 4.1 Cafeteria Actions & Reactions
- 4.2 Elvira's Equations
- 4.3 Solving Equations Literally
- Creating and Solving Linear Equations *includes Central Park activity from Desmos
- A Quantity of Interest
- Linear Inequalities
- Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- Systems of Linear Inequalities

- Speed Trap (aka Strategic Cop) *an Illustrative Math Task
- Airline Problem
- Match Variables to Dot Plots
- Taxi Cab Problem
- Matching Histograms Activity
- Linear Regression Unit includes the following four investigations:
*Linear Regression*,*Correlation*,*Residuals*, and*Causation versus Association*

- Exponents and Their Properties
- Negative and Rational Exponents
- Pay It Forward Video
- Bacterial Growth *an Illustrative Math Task
- Fry's Bank *a 3-Act Task
- Fractal Patterns
- Double Sunglasses *a 3-Act Task
- A Taste of Exponentials
- XBOX Xponential *Great activity for Exponential Modeling free from Mathalicious
- Lily's Mussels
- Representing Linear and Exponential Growth

Geometry

Quadratics

- A Lot of Changing Sides
- Distributing the Area
- Taking Apart the Area *New addition 4/26/16
- Quadratic Functions and Parabolas
- Quadratic Functions and Parabolas part 2

I attended your session last October at the NCCTM Conference. I am very interested in using your ideas and resources to teach Math 1 this semester. I noticed that several of the supplemental tasks are not linked to a file. Do you have those files? And if so, are you willing to share them?

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Thanks so much!

Jennifer Simmons

jennifer.simmons@onslow.k12.nc.us

I'm excited to share anything I can. I have posted new investigations for exponentials and I am still working on ideas for the others. Keep checking back and let me know if there is something that is needed but not already addressed.

DeleteHi Karen. It's Melissa from Caswell (yes, it's me again). There is no link above to the Quadratics taking apart the Area. I think I remember doing this activity at our session, but can't find a blank copy. Will you link it above or email it to me? Thanks!!!

ReplyDeleteCould you send me the remaining files for the supplemental tasks? There are a few that aren't linked. I am back to Math I after a long time and looking for something to get me through this semester.

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spoore@caldwellschools.com

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