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# Digital Unit Plan Template

## Unit Title: Sports Math Name: Jason Nakonechny

Content Area: Calculus Grade Level: 11th/12th
CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s):
California Calculus Standards:
13.0 Students know the definition of the definite integral by using Riemann sums. They use this definition to
approximate integrals.
14.0 Students apply the definition of the integral to model problems in physics, economics, and so forth, obtaining
results in terms of integrals.
16.0 Students use definite integrals in problems involving area, velocity, acceleration, volume of a solid, area of a
surface of revolution, length of a curve, and work.
17.0 Students compute, by hand, the integrals of a wide variety of functions by using techniques of integration, such
as substitution, integration by parts, and trigonometric substitution. They can also combine these techniques when
appropriate.
Big Ideas/Unit Goals:
Apply mathematical techniques on real world scenario
Execution calculus techniques by and with software
How else can these integration techniques be used in real world applications.
Unit Summary:
In This unit plan, you will apply learned techniques of integration as antiderivatives and improve upon them with a new skill. This skill is
integration of revolution, in which a curve on a 2-D plane is rotated about an axis or line to generate a 3-D volume. By learning this new
technique, we will be able to understand how more complex levels of mathematics are applied in everyday scenarios. One such scenario we will
investigate is the shape of sports balls, such as tennis balls, soccer balls, or football. This investigation will lead us to why shapes of sports balls
are designed as they are and in conclusion this unit plan will act as an entry to the relationship between calculus and physics.
Assessment Plan:
Entry-Level: Formative: Summative:
Students will measure a sports Students will generate a 3-D Students will compare the
ball of their choice and render the model of their sports ball using generate product with the actual
shape of the ball as a curve on a Maple Software and their curve. sports ball to compare and
graph contrast accuracy.
Integration techniques lecture in Students will present in groups a
class. lecture on how to solve volume
integral problems that include
trigonometric functions

## Lesson 1 (Teacher Lecture)

Student Learning Objective: Acceptable Evidence (Assessments): Lesson Activities:
Classroom lecture on Integration reinforcement with example Group Exam with focus on
about an axis. problems. identifying and correcting errors
Assessment Quiz on Integration from previous quizzes and
and Definitions. assigments.

## Lesson 2 (Webercise/ iPad Lesson)

Student Learning Objective: Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Students will create and solve Students will print out their Students will trade integral
their own integral problems created integral problems problems with other students and
Students will learn on how to type Students will trade integral teach them if needed on how to
all forms and functions into both problems with other students and solve their problems.
Word and Maplesoft. teach them if needed on how to Students will create a solution
solve their problems. artbook of the integral problems
students. All of which will be
typed.
Lesson 3 (Graphic Organizer)
Student Learning Objective: Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Lecture on different graphic A concept map that follows the Students will create a concept
organizers, with special focus on graded rubric given. map on the current section.
concept maps. Additionally students can make
from previous sections.
Unit Resources:
Maple Software
3-D Printer

Useful Websites: