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Week 1 . Warm-ups. Monday. LT: I can use precise language, domain-specific vocab and techniques. Accept vs. except page: 539. Accept:. to take or receive something that is offered. Ex: My neighbor said he would accept my apology for trampling over his rose beds as long as I help weed them in the spring..

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SAT Prep

Week 1

Warm-upsSlide2

Monday

LT: I can use precise language, domain-specific vocab and techniquesSlide3

Accept vs. except page: 539

Accept:

to take or receive something that is offered

Ex: My neighbor said he would accept my apology for trampling over his rose beds as long as I help weed them in the spring.

Except:

to leave out or exclude; usually used as a preposition meaning “with the exception of” or “excluding”

Ex: The soldier was excepted from combat duty because he had poor field vision.Slide4

Affect vs. effect pg: 539

Affect:

to have an influence on something; it is an emotion or behavior; usually a VERB

Ex: Eli refused to let the rain affect his plans for a picnic, so he sat under an umbrella and ate his sandwich.

Effect:

to bring something about or cause something to happen; an influence or result; usually a NOUN

Ex: The newspaper article about homeless animals had such an effect on Zarak that he brought home three kittens from the shelter.

The young activist received an award for effecting a change in her community.Slide5

Tuesday

LT: I can identify slope-intercept and use it to solve word problems Slide6

Linear Equations

110 points total on test

A lemonade stand’s profit is given by the equation

p= 2c-8.5.

Which of the following does the number 2 most likely represent?

The price of one cup of lemonade

The profit generated from the sale of one cup of lemonade

The minimum number of cups of lemonade that must be sold to earn a profit

The costs that must be recuperated before the lemonade stand earns any profitsSlide7

Linear Equations

110 points total on test

A lemonade stand’s profit is given by the equation

p= 2c-8.5.

Which of the following does the number 2 most likely represent?

The price of one cup of lemonade

The profit generated from the sale of one cup of lemonade

The minimum number of cups of lemonade that must be sold to earn a profit

The costs that must be recuperated before the lemonade stand earns any profitsSlide8

Reasoning

p= 2c-8.5 2 = price of one cup

In a real-world scenario, the slope of a line represents a unit rate and the y-intercept represents a flat fee or a starting amount.

The profit equation is linear and is given in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b). The number 2 is the slope (m), which represents a unit rate. To determine between A and B, compare the description to the equation. 2 must be the price per cup of lemonade.Slide9

WEdnesday

LT: I can maintain a formal style and objective tone while attending to the norms and conventions of the writing provided. Slide10

Practice for Affect vs. effect

Wars _______________ everybody, and their destructive _______________ last for generations.

Television has a strong ________________ on public opinion.

My mood can _____________ my thinking, too.

Falling on my head had a bad ____________ on my memory.

His years of smoking have negatively ___________ed his health.

affect

effects

effect

affect

effect

affectSlide11

Practice for Accept vs Except

The whole family is going to the reunion in Florida _______________ me.

_____________ for Rose, no one liked the movie.

Please __________________ our invitation for dinner.

The tired man had to ____________________ the fact that he must stop and rest.

All the players ______________the goalie wore white shoes.

except

Except

accept

except

acceptSlide12

Thursday

LT: I can solve a system of equations using either substitution or combiningSlide13

Systems of Linear Equations

50 total points on test

x+y = 29

x+2y= 12

If the ordered pair (x,y) is the solution to the system of equations above, what is the value of y?

-17

12

46

75Slide14

x+y = 29

x+2y= 12

If the ordered pair (x,y) is the solution to the system of equations above, what is the value of y?

-17

12

46

75

Systems of Linear Equations

50 total points on testSlide15

When solving a system of linear equations, always look at the coefficients of the variables to decide on a strategy. Here, because you’re looking for the value of y, subtracting the first equation from the second equation will get you to the answer the quickest.

x+2y = 12

-(x+y = 29)

__________________

y = -17

ReasoningSlide16

Friday

LT: I can take notes from a lecture-based format to prepare for college lectures, business meetings, etc.Slide17

Please watch, enjoy &

take notes

on the following:

Ted Talk

Trevor Timm: How free is our freedom of the press?

https://www.ted.com/talks/trevor_timm_how_free_is_our_freedom_of_the_pressSlide18

Compare & Share

Good note-taking is not finished when the lecture is completed. Take a moment and compare your notes with your seat partner.

Add in info that you may have missed in a different color (pencil or pen) to prove that you’ve done this activity!