Reflection: Intervention and Extension Zero to Hero - Section 3: Wrap It Up


These exit tickets help me identify areas of strength and areas that will need support for each student as shown in these definitions.  Student A seems to have a pretty good grasp of zeros, although he needs to work on his mathematical vocabulary a bit.  For example, his definition would have been stronger if he'd mentioned the graph of a function rather than just saying "graph".  The definition given by Student B is a lot more vague so I'll need to check in with her to make sure she understands that not every point with a zero necessarily is a "zero", for example (0,3).  She also makes no mention of functions, so it's difficult to tell if she's made the connection between zeros on the graph and solutions for x when a function is set to equal zero.


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Zero to Hero

Unit 8: Interpreting Functions
Lesson 9 of 19

Objective: SWBAT graph polynomial functions and identify zeros when suitable factorizations are available.

Big Idea: Finding the zeros will make you a hero with this lesson on graphing functions and zeros.

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Math, algebraic function, Algebra, Function Operations and Inverses, Algebra II, master teacher project, 11th Grade
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