How Sweet It Is Handout Option 1.pdf - Section 2: Beginning the New Activity

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How Sweet it Is

Unit 5: Functions
Lesson 14 of 30

Objective: SWBAT create linear function rules from the coordinates of two points using a table and a hands on activity.

Big Idea: Use candy to engage students in writing linear function rules given differentiated sets of data and the same handout!

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Math, Algebra, linear function rule, linear patterns, initial amount, rate of change, constant rate of change, hands on learning, master teacher
  50 minutes
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