## Introducing Function Graphs HowShouldIMove-AS-Comparison-2.pdf - Section 2: Continuing the Activity

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# Introducing Function Graphs Continued: Day 2 of 4

Lesson 2 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT interpret and sketch graphs of real world events.

## Big Idea: Interpret graphs to win big and create the best motion detector function graph in the class. Vote to win!

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#### Continuing the Activity

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#### Wrapping up

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Almost the entire class period will be taken up by the groups walking graphs and you taking pictures in order to post and vote on a winner as soon as possible. I usually spend just a few minutes organizing the last groups who will walk and finish up the activity part tomorrow. I want clear expectations for the final day of the activity. I also close with a few questions from the graphs today such as, “What caused the graph to increase/decrease? What caused a graph to be a straight line? Why did some graphs curve? Why were some so difficult to script”

Voting Preparation: Starting today I begin to upload pictures from class and building the voting site and Google voting form. The website will be explained in further detail in the lesson plan tomorrow.

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