Reflection: Qualitative Evaluations Multiple Representations - Linear Functions - Section 3: Closing


The key understanding I want students to take from this unit is that tables, rules, graphs, and equations are all representations of the same thing. I think this assessment is a key piece in making sure students understand these relationships.  I like that students have to provide an explanation for how to move from one representation to another. Here I am trying to get them to connect between the representations to deepen their understanding.

  Connecting representations
  Qualitative Evaluations: Connecting representations
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Multiple Representations - Linear Functions

Unit 2: Multiple Representations: Situations, Tables, Graphs, and Equations
Lesson 13 of 17

Objective: SWBAT to describe how to move from one representation of a linear function to another.

Big Idea: In this summative activity, students work together to create posters that give instructions for moving between representations of a linear function.

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Math, Algebra, graphing linear functions, Graphing (Algebra), writing equations, tables and graphs, equation
  60 minutes
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