17 Components

Big Idea 1: Rate of change describes how one quantity changes with respect to another.

Big Idea 2: A graph is a visual representation of the relationship between variables of a function.

Big Idea 3: Functions can be represented in multiple, equivalent ways.

Big Idea 4: Functions belonging to the same family share similar graphs, behaviors, and characteristics.

Formative Assessment Lesson

Re-engagement

Browse Components

Big Idea 1: Rate of change describes how one quantity changes with respect to another.

Big Idea 2: A graph is a visual representation of the relationship between variables of a function.

Big Idea 3: Functions can be represented in multiple, equivalent ways.

Big Idea 4: Functions belonging to the same family share similar graphs, behaviors, and characteristics.

Formative Assessment Lesson

Re-engagement

Big Idea 2: A graph is a visual representation of the relationship between variables of a function.:

1 week

Instructional Routine: Connecting Representations

These tasks are embedded within the instructional routine called Connecting Representations.

- Discrete versus ContinuousStudents will make connections between examples of linear and exponential verbal situations and graphs using discrete and continuous properties.