Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Domain and Range of Graphs Using Set Builder Notation - Section 4: Exit Slip


One of my goals for this year is to design lessons that set up students to use Math Practice Three more. The benefits that I see from peer feedback and providing constructive feedback are:

  • students get more one on one help
  • it helps me differentiate lessons more by allowing higher level students to teach and lower level students to get help
  • is more time efficient, it is not possible for me to get to everyone
  • all levels of students learn from this process
  • it provides students practice and modeling in reasoning

I think that by incorporating this practice into my lessons, it will increase the opportunities that students have to provide reasoning both verbally, orally, and in written form.  Even though I tried to plan for the misunderstanding of the meaning of the inequality symbols in the Warm Up, some students still needed this reinforced again in the Exit Slip.

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Domain and Range of Graphs Using Set Builder Notation

Unit 1: Introduction to Functions
Lesson 4 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify the domain an range of graphs using set builder notation

Big Idea: Restrictions! Students gain a strong foundation for Inequalities, and use two different colors to organize the difference between domain and range.

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Math, Inequalities (Algebra), Algebra, Domain and Range Using Set Builder Notation, function
  50 minutes
set builder notation
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