Reflection: Student Grouping Graphing Quadratic Functions (Day 2 of 2) - Section 3: Whole Group Activity: Stations

Around the World is a fun game that gets students up and moving while they review everything they’ve learned about quadratics so far.  Since they will be working on problems that they may not have seen in a week it is good to suggest that they bring their notes with them to refer to.  Also, some students will work faster than other students. To avoid a build up at stations I tell students that they can skip stations and come back to them later. Remind students that they must be seated in a desk to work at a station so if a station is full they cannot stand at the desk to work at the full station, they need to move on and find an empty one. The only time I will allow a student to stand at a station is if he/she has permission to help a struggling group.

Around the World
Student Grouping: Around the World

Graphing Quadratic Functions (Day 2 of 2)

Lesson 4 of 5

Big Idea: Students will graph more challenging quadratic functions using the zero product property and coordinate pairs.

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