1. Topic-
 Coordinate Grid Art
2. Content-
 Coordinate plane: formed when two number lines intersect at right angles x-axis:the line on a graph that runs horizontally through zero y-axis: the line on a graph that runs vertically through zero ordered pair: Two numbers written in a certain order, used to show position on a graph. The x value is first and the y value is second. point: a dot that specifies an exact location origin: the point where two axes meet (0,0)
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
 To identify location of points on a two-dimensional coordinate grid.
4. Objectives-
 Given coordinate pairs, students will plot points on a coordinate plane to create a picture, with 100% accuracy.
5. Materials and Aids-
 Coordinate Grid Art Worksheet SmartBoard Notebook "Coordinate Grid Art"
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

 I will tell students that they will be drawing pictures in Math class today.

B. Development-

 1.Go over vocabulary. 2.Draw a point on the coordinate plane. 3.State the ordered pair. 4.Plot other points and ask students to state ordered pairs. 5.Remind students to find the number on the x-axis first, then find the number on the y-axis.

C. Practice-

 1.Students take turns at the SmartBoard drawing geometric shapes. 2.Students will state the ordered pair of each point plotted.

D. Independent Practice-

 1.Students will be given grid paper and a list of coordinate pairs. 2.They will plot the points on the grid to create a picture of a monkey's face.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

 Students will create the outline only of the monkey's face.

F. Checking for understanding-

 Students will share their pictures with the class. I will look at each student's picture to make sure the ordered pairs were plotted correctly.

G. Closure-

 Students will be asked to state the meaning of the learned vocabulary words.
7. Evaluation-
 Homework: Students will be given blank grid paper and instructed to create three geometric shapes and list the ordered pairs.

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