## quadratic_attributes_organizer.doc - Section 2: Investigation

*quadratic_attributes_organizer.doc*

Identifying Roots and Critical Points-Need to Edit

# Identifying Roots and Critical Points-Need to Edit

Unit 6: Quadratic Functions

Lesson 14 of 21

Lesson 14 of 21

## Objective: SWBAT visually identify the roots, vertex, axis of symmetry of a quadratic function.

## Big Idea: This matching lesson allows students to create their own meaning about essential vocabulary dealing with quadratic functions.

Standards:

Subject(s):

Math, Algebra, quadratic functions, maximum points, minimum points, Quadratic Equations, turning point, axis of symmetry, vertices

*40 minutes*

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#### Closure

*5 min*

This lesson closure (quadratic_attributes_TOD.doc) allows students to check their own understanding regarding today's lesson. The activity requires students to apply the vocabulary terms that they have utilized in the lesson to a new situation (MP1). This ticket out will give you very comprehensive feedback about which portions of the day's lesson were secure and which portions students still need work on.

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- LESSON 1: Overview of Quadratics-Essential Vocabulary
- LESSON 2: Quadratic Functions and Roots
- LESSON 3: Equations involving Factored Expressions
- LESSON 4: Solving Quadratics by Factoring-Day 1
- LESSON 5: Solving Quadratics by Factoring-Day 2
- LESSON 6: Applications of Quadratics Day 1
- LESSON 7: Simplifying Radical Expressions
- LESSON 8: Solving Quadratic Equations with Perfect Squares
- LESSON 9: Completing the Square Day 1
- LESSON 10: Irrational Zeros of Quadratic Functions
- LESSON 11: The Quadratic Formula-Day 1
- LESSON 12: Comparing the Three Methods of Solving Quadratics
- LESSON 13: Three Methods of Solving Quadratics and Word Problems
- LESSON 14: Identifying Roots and Critical Points-Need to Edit
- LESSON 15: Graphing Quadratic Functions Day 1
- LESSON 16: Key Features of Quadratic Functions
- LESSON 17: Sketching Polynomial Functions
- LESSON 18: Vertex Form of a Quadratic Function
- LESSON 19: Transformations with Quadratic Functions
- LESSON 20: Modeling With Quadratic Functions
- LESSON 21: Projectile Problems & Review

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