Graphing Quadratic Functions (Gallery Walk)

Unit 10: Quadratic Functions
Lesson 8 of 21

Objective: SWBAT understand that the graph of a quadratic function is a set of points on the coordinate plane. They will make tables and graphs as they develop an understanding of why a parabola is shaped like it is.

Big Idea: A gallery walk gives students some choice in their work, and gives everyone the chance to get up, move around, and share ideas. It also stays up on the wall so we can reference it in upcoming lessons.

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Math, Graphing (Algebra), tables of values, Quadratic Equations, parabola, multiple representations, pattern, Growth Mindset, Algebra 1
  43 minutes
u6 l8 sw gallery walk back ii
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