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# Chapter Six: Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities Lesson Five: 6.

6 Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities Student Teams !"hievement #ivision \$ST!#% !uthor: Kyle Miller #ate Created: April 23, 2014 Su&'e"t\$s%: Algebra I Topi" or (nit of Study \$Title%: Chapter Six: Solving Systems o !"#ations an\$ Ine"#alities %esson &ive: '(' Solving Systems o %inear Ine"#alities )rade Level: )ra\$e * Materials: +hite ,oar\$ or Smart ,oar\$, )raphing Cal-#lators, .aper an\$ +riting /tensil or 0ote12a3ing, 2extboo3 or g#i\$e\$ pra-ti-e, "#i4 Summary \$and Rationale%: Solving %inear Ine"#alities is an ex-ellent -#lmination o this #nit( It -ombines graphing s3ills, ho5 to solve systems, an\$ an #n\$erstan\$ing o ine"#alities( )raphing Ine"#alities is easily applie\$ an\$ o ten #se\$ in geometry, b#siness, an\$ e-onomi-s( It is #se\$ to -reate soli\$ shapes on a Cartesian plane, an\$ it is o ten #se\$ to establish a target 4one or pri-es an\$ -ons#mers( I. Fo"us and *evie+ \$Esta&lish ,rior -no+ledge%: 630 min#tes7 2his lesson is meant to inspire st#\$ent \$is-overy 5ithin gro#ps, there ore it re"#ires a thoro#gh o-#s an\$ revie5 in the orm o a le-t#re to prepare the st#\$ents or the #p-oming a-tivities( 2he instr#-tor 5ill thoro#ghly revie5 the material -overe\$ in %esson &ive on Solving %inear Ine"#alities an\$ %esson 25o on Solving Systems o !"#ations( Several examples 5ill be solve\$ on the boar\$ 5ith -lass inp#t( 2hey may be p#lle\$ rom the textboo3 on page 418 ex( A ,,, an\$ C, the examples on pages 3*913**, an\$:or parti-#lar problems st#\$ents ha\$ tro#ble 5ith on the home5or3 assigne\$ rom %esson &ive an\$ %esson 25o( !ns#re all st#\$ents #n\$erstan\$ the -on-ept, as it is ne-essary to s#--ee\$ in se-tion '('( II. Statement of Instru"tional .&'e"tive\$s% and Assessments: .&'e"tives St#\$ents 5ill be able to i\$enti y i a parti-#lar or\$ere\$ pair is 5ithin the sol#tion o a system o linear ine"#alities 5ith *0; a--#ra-y St#\$ents 5ill be able to solve systems o linear ine"#alities by graphing 5ith *0; a--#ra-y( State the ob<e-tive: 61 min#te7 Assessment: 620 min#tes7 III. Tea"her Input \$,resent tas/s0 information and guidan"e%: 6= min#tes7 A ter thoro#gh revie5 o se-tion '(=: 1( >evie5 the vo-ab#lary 5or\$s system of linear inequalities an\$ solutions of a system of linear inequalities rom %esson ?ne( All st#\$ents m#st #n\$erstan\$ 5hat these terms mean in or\$er or the a-tivity to be s#--ess #l( !ssessments 2he instr#-tor 5ill 5al3 aro#n\$ the room to ens#re that the material is #n\$erstoo\$ by ea-h gro#p( 2he st#\$ents 5ill be given a "#i4 a ter the ne5 material is learne\$ an\$ #n\$erstoo\$(

2( !xplain to the st#\$ents ho5 this a-tivity 5ill 5or3( 2hey 5ill be split into gro#ps an\$ 5ill 5or3 together to solve systems o linear ine"#alities( A ter5ar\$s, a "#i4 5ill be given( 2he t5o gro#ps that earns the highest average "#i4 s-ore 5ill be re5ar\$e\$ @-an\$y, home5or3 passes, et-(A I1. )uided ,ra"ti"e \$Eli"it performan"e%: 62= min#tes7 1( &orm the st#\$ents into gro#ps( ,e s#re that there are no Bs#per gro#psC 5ith all ex-elling st#\$ents or gro#ps -onsisting o only str#ggling st#\$ents( &or this a-tivity, it is best or the tea-her to \$etermine gro#ps, rather than let st#\$ents gro#p themselves( 2( Assign problems =114 on page 424 to be -omplete\$ by ea-h gro#p( !a-h gro#p sho#l\$ -omplete the problems in\$epen\$ently o ea-h other, i(e( no assistan-e rom s#rro#n\$ing gro#ps( 2he goal o this a-tivity is or st#\$ents to be able to ig#re o#t ho5 to solve these systems o ine"#alities themselves( Solving these systems involves only s3ills 5hi-h they have alrea\$y learne\$ an\$ pra-ti-e\$ in previo#s lessons: solving ine"#alities, solving systems, an\$ graphing linear ine"#alities( In ea-h gro#p, the st#\$ents 5ill 5or3 together to p#t together the pie-es o 5hat they 3no5 to solve ea-h system graphi-ally( V. Closure \$,lan for maintenan"e%: 610 min#tes7 >evie5 the material 5ith the st#\$ents( +or3 thro#gh an example on the boar\$ to ens#re #n\$erstan\$ing( ,e s#re st#\$ents 3no5 ho5 to graph ine"#alities on their graphing -al-#lators( 2hey alrea\$y 3no5 ho5 to graph lines, b#t it sho#l\$ be spe-i i-ally -overe\$ ho5 to graph ine"#alities( Ans5er any "#estions that are inhibiting them rom solving the problems( VI. Independent ,ra"ti"e: 234 minutes5 2he st#\$ents 5ill be given the ollo5ing as a "#i4: Solve ea-h system o linear ine"#alities by graphing( )ive t5o or\$ere\$ pairs that are sol#tions an\$ t5o or\$ere\$ pairs that are no sol#tions or ea-h system( 1( y D 13x E 3 y FG 0 2( y D 11 y F 2x E 1 3( y F 2x H 4 'x H2y FG 12 4( *x H3y DG ' yFx ST!6#!*#S: CCSS(Math(Content(ISA1C!J(A(2 Create e"#ations in t5o or more variables to represent relationships bet5een "#antitiesK graph e"#ations on -oor\$inate axes 5ith labels an\$ s-ales CCSS(Math(Content(ISA1C!J(A(3 >epresent -onstraints by e"#ations or ine"#alities, an\$ by systems o e"#ations an\$:or ine"#alities, an\$ interpret sol#tions as viable or nonviable options in a mo\$eling -ontext

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