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Introduction to quadratic functions

# Introduction to quadratic functions

Unit 13: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS

Lesson 1 of 9

Lesson 1 of 9

## Objective: SWBAT understand the basics of a quadratic function.

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#### Warm-up

*10 min*

Each day, students complete a Warmup that usually consists of spiraling the previous day's material, in addition to older material. Warm-up problems also sometimes extend lessons that students have encountered before to more unfamiliar contexts.

I often use a "mixtape" approach that pushes the kids to see/review multiple types of problems - the cumulative effect of which can be really powerful.

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#### Homework

*15 min*

Tonight's Homework is Introduction to quadratic functions, an assignment which reviews the content of today's lesson.

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Marites Petarte:

*Excellent lesson, I'm going to use this as an introductory lesson for Quadratic function. Thank you Jeff for sharing. | 3 months ago | Reply*
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*USED THIS LAST YEAR! GOING to use it again this year, my kids loved this lesson. Thank you! | one year ago | Reply*
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*Responding to Haerim Lee*Thanks, Haerim - I appreciate the kind words. Hope all is well!

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- UNIT 1: FLUENCIES AND THE LANGUAGE OF ALGEBRA
- UNIT 2: SOLVING LINEAR EQUATIONS
- UNIT 3: INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONS
- UNIT 4: INTERPRETING AND COMPARING LINEAR FUNCTIONS
- UNIT 5: SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
- UNIT 6: EXPONENTS AND SCIENTIFIC NOTATION
- UNIT 7: PARALLEL LINES, TRANSVERSALS, AND TRIANGLES
- UNIT 8: CONGRUENCE AND SIMILARITY THROUGH TRANSFORMATIONS
- UNIT 9: PATTERNS OF ASSOCIATION IN BIVARIATE DATA
- UNIT 10: SLOPE REVISITED
- UNIT 11: VOLUME OF CYLINDERS, CONES, AND SPHERES
- UNIT 12: POLYNOMIALS AND FACTORING
- UNIT 13: QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS

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- LESSON 1: Introduction to quadratic functions
- LESSON 2: Explore changing coefficients
- LESSON 3: Axis of symmetry and vertex algebraically
- LESSON 4: Roots and Factors
- LESSON 5: Solve quadratics by factoring - varied
- LESSON 6: Graph quadratic functions
- LESSON 7: Solve systems of quadratic and linear equations graphically
- LESSON 8: Solve systems of linear and quadratic functions algebraically
- LESSON 9: Unit Assessment on Quadratic Functions

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