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### EXPONENTS

### CONCEPT MAP

### CONCEPT MAP

### CONCEPT MAP

### IDENTIFY PRIOR EXPERIENCES OR MISCONCEPTIONS

### BRAINSTORM ACTIVITIES

### PROCEDURES

### ADVANCE ORGANIZER

### PROCEDURES

### PROCEDURES

### CLOSURE

### INSTRUCTIONAL STRAGEGIES

MATCHBOOK OBJECTIVE

Students understand and use such operations as taking the opposite, finding the reciprocal, taking the root, and raising to a fractional power. They understand and use the rules of exponents. (Alg 1: 2.0)

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

Basic Vocabulary

Power

Base

Exponent

Writing Expressions in Exponential Form

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS (continued)

Rules of Exponents

Products of Powers

Quotients of Powers

Power of a Power

Power of a Product

Power of a Quotient

CONNECTIONS

Quadratic Equations

Quadratic Inequalities

Scientific Notation

Growth and Decay

Would you rather have a penny doubled everyday for a month or a million dollars?

52 commonly mistaken for 5 times 2

Penny doubled for month

Alice in Wonderland Project

Show Exponential Growth Movie Clip

Hook

Which would you choose at the end of the month, a million dollars or a penny doubled everyday for a month? Why?

Check Vocabulary Understanding

Power of a number, Base, Exponent, Squared, Cubed

bn = b b b…….. b(n times)

b is the base and n is the exponent or number of factors

Exponents

Rational Expressions with

Monomials and Polynomials

in numerators and denominators

Simplify:

4x5y7 + 2x4y4

x2y2

Teacher Talk

Show Graphic Organizer A

Ex. 73 = 7 7 7 =343

Ex. a a b 5 b b a = 5a2b3

Show Graphic Organizer B

Draw a square and cube to explain where the terms squared and cubed come from.

Guided Practice

Ex. a 3 a a 2 a = 2 3 a4 = 6a4

Ex. (–4)3 = -4 -4 -4 = -64

Error Check 53 = 15

Students to summarize today’s lesson in notebooks and then share with partner.

Direct Instruction

Graphic Organizers

Modeling & Monitoring

Guided Practice

Independent Practice

Exploring Student Error

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