Direct Instruction and Active Note-Taking: Comparing Linear Functions - Section 2: Direct Instruction and Active Note-Taking

  Direct Instruction and Active Note-Taking: Comparing Linear Functions
  Direct Instruction and Active Note-Taking: Comparing Linear Functions
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The Tablet Wars: Comparing Linear Functions in Different Representations

Unit 3: Everything is Relative: Linear Functions
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast linear functions represented in different ways (graph, table, equation). SWBAT use evidence from their work to strengthen logical arguments

Big Idea: Students make the connections between different representations of linear functions to analyze profit trends for different companies selling tablets!

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Math, Algebra, linear models, modeling, linear functions, common courtesy, master teacher project, fooplot
  90 minutes
copy of class activity tablet wars comparing multiple representations of linear
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