All notes are correlated with the Glencoe Algebra 1 Textbook (Newest Edition). I found it was very helpful for my students to have typed notes summarizing the lesson, highlighting the most important ideas, and incorporating practice problems VERSUS them writing the notes (then not being able to read them) and writing answers to practice problems on notebook paper. These notes start with a real-world application followed by Let's Try questions with a homework assignment (from the aligned textbook) given at the top right of the Let's Try page. Hope these are helpful to your classroom. Totally editable!
For this lesson: After lecture and doing the Lets Try questions, I also had my students do #'s 6, 10, 13, and 15 individually to gauge how well they were understanding. Then had them do the word problems, #28, 33, 34, and 35 in groups to challenge them.