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Fake Lesson Plan: Project

Teacher: Sasha Rudow

Date: Thursday/Friday, Day 9/10 of Unit

Lesson(s): Assigning/Working on
Project

Length of Lesson(s): 50 minutes

Guidelines:
This project consists of 5 parts. To obtain full credit, each part must be completed
thoroughly and you must prove that you understand the material from this chapter.
Part 1: Create two equations. Each equation must contain two variables. Each
variable must have a coefficient in front of it. You may use outside resources to create
your equations (book, Internet, friends, family).
Part 2: Graphing. Solve your system of equations by graphing. Document your
process; you must show every step.
Part 3: Substitution. Solve your system of equations by substitution. Document your
process; you must show every step.
Part 4: Elimination. Solve your system of equations by elimination. Document your
process; you must show every step.
Part 5: Rationale. Describe what you believe to be the best way to solve this system of
equations. Explain.
Feel free to be as creative as you want. You can choose to present with a PowerPoint,
Prezi, TI-Nspire, or poster board.

Part 1:
Creating
Equations

Rubric:
4
Shows sufficient
evidence of
understanding

3
Shows some
evidence of
understanding
Student has done
one or more of
the following:

2
Shows little evidence
of understanding
Student has done
one or more of
the following:

1
Shows no evidence of
understanding
Student has done
one or more of the
following:

Both equations
have 2 variables
Coefficients on each
variable

Two variables are


missing
Two coefficients
are missing

Manipulate
equations to be
graphed
Both lines are
graphed
Solution is clearly
stated

Two steps were


incorrect when
manipulating
equations
One or both lines
are graphed
incorrectly
Solution is
incorrectly stated
Two steps were
incorrect when
manipulating
Equations are
combined
incorrectly
Solution is not
clearly stated

One equation is
manipulated into
variable=
Equations are
combined
Solution is clearly
stated

One equation is
missing one
variable
One variable is
missing a
coefficient
One step was
incorrect when
manipulating
equations
One line is
graphed
incorrectly
Solution is
incorrectly stated
One step was
incorrect when
manipulating
Equations are
combined
incorrectly
Solution is not
clearly stated

One or both
equation(s) is/are
manipulated to
complete
elimination
Solution is clearly
stated
A method is chosen
and supported fully

Missing 1 step in
process to
complete
elimination
Solution is not
clearly stated

Missing two steps


in process to
complete
elimination
Solution is not
clearly stated

Student has
some incorrect
content in
rationale
Student has
incomplete
rationale

Majority of
students rationale
is incorrect
Student has
incomplete
rationale

Part 3: Substitution

Part 2: Graphing

Part 4:
Elimination

Part 5:
Rationale

More than two


variables are
missing
More than two
coefficients are
missing.
More than two
steps were
incorrect when
manipulating
equations
Both lines are
graphed incorrectly
Solution is
incorrectly stated
More than two
steps were
incorrect when
manipulating
Equations are
combined
incorrectly
Solution is not
clearly stated
Missing more than
two steps in
process to
complete
elimination
Solution is not
clearly stated
Students rationale
is completely
incorrect
Student has
incomplete
rationale