## U3 L6 Agenda.jpg - Section 1: Opener: Make Tables from these Diagrams

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# Function Diagrams

Unit 6: Mini Unit: Patterns, Programs, and Math Without Words
Lesson 6 of 10

## Big Idea: Function Diagrams give students a novel way to visualize a function, which is just what some students need to access such an essential concept.

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Math, representing linear functions, Algebra, Patterns (Algebra), function, compare representations
43 minutes

### James Dunseith

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