## Exponential Functions Portfolio.docx - Section 1: Summative Assessment and Portfolio

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# Exponential Functions Portfolio and Summative Assessment

Lesson 10 of 26

## Objective: Students will able to demonstrate their knowledge of exponential functions and their ability to use the standards of mathematical practice.

The purpose of today's session is for students to demonstrate their knowledge of the content and their ability to use the standards of mathematical practice while solving problems. You can organize the session however you prefer. I like to have students work on the quiz first, individually and silently, to ensure that they have time to finish the quiz during class. Then once they finish they can start organizing their portfolio and producing their write-ups to explain how their work shows their use of the mathematical practice standards.

While students work on the quiz, I write some brief narrative feedback to each student that focuses on their habits of work and collaboration. Generally, I focus more on their attitude and effort in these comments, because I will give them feedback on their use of the practice standards when I review their portfolio.

Once I finish writing the comments, I am available to review students' portfolio writing. Though there isn't time to read all of these, I encourage students to ask me or their peers for feedback on the quality of their writing before submitting your portfolio.

When it comes to the portfolio, some students like to take the time to make a pretty cover or to include other decorations. As long as the content is solid and the written reflection is high quality, they can take the time to do this, as I think it shows pride in their work. If students are doing this in lieu of producing a high quality portfolio or a decent write-up, then I discourage them or ask them to take care of the quality of the content first.

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- UNIT 1: Linear and Nonlinear Functions
- UNIT 2: Piecewise Functions
- UNIT 3: Absolute Value Functions and More Piecewise Functions
- UNIT 4: Introduction to Quadratic Functions through Applications
- UNIT 5: More Abstract Work with Quadratic Functions
- UNIT 6: Rational Functions
- UNIT 7: Polynomial Functions
- UNIT 8: Exponential Functions
- UNIT 9: Ferris Wheels
- UNIT 10: Circles
- UNIT 11: Radical Functions
- UNIT 12: Cubic Functions

- LESSON 1: Bunnies and Exponential Growth
- LESSON 2: More Bunnies and Exponential Growth
- LESSON 3: Candy Bars and Exponential Decay
- LESSON 4: Bunnies and Exponential Equations
- LESSON 5: Graphing Bunnies
- LESSON 6: Exponential Data Tables
- LESSON 7: Fitting Exponential Functions Given Two Points
- LESSON 8: Matching Exponential Graphs to Equations
- LESSON 9: Exponential Functions Review
- LESSON 10: Exponential Functions Portfolio and Summative Assessment
- LESSON 11: Exponential Functions and Approach Statements
- LESSON 12: Graphing Exponential Functions
- LESSON 13: Matching Graphs of Exponential Functions to their Equations
- LESSON 14: Exponential Function Designs
- LESSON 15: Graph Exponential Functions Review
- LESSON 16: Graph Exponential Functions Summative Assessment and Portfolio
- LESSON 17: Bouncy Ball Investigation
- LESSON 18: Percent Change: Growth and Decay
- LESSON 19: More Percent Changes and Exponential Functions
- LESSON 20: Writing Exponential Functions to Solve Problems
- LESSON 21: Different Time Intervals and Exponential Functions
- LESSON 22: Compound Interest
- LESSON 23: Compound Interest Formula
- LESSON 24: Continuously Compounded Interest
- LESSON 25: Applications of Exponential Functions Review
- LESSON 26: Applications of Exponential Functions Summative Assessment