## Introduction to functions day 2 bellringer narrative.mov - Section 1: Bellringer Warm-up

*introducing function graphs GraphingStories graph paper.pdf*

*Introduction to functions day 2 bellringer narrative.mov*

Introducing Function Graphs Completed: Day 3 of 4

# Introducing Function Graphs Completed: Day 3 of 4

Unit 5: Functions

Lesson 3 of 30

Lesson 3 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT interpret and sketch graphs of real world events.

## Big Idea: Interpret graphs to win big and create the best motion detector function graph in the class. Vote to win!

Subject(s):

Math, graphing linear functions, Algebra, 8th grade math, Interpreting Graph, function, master teacher

*50 minutes*

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#### Finishing the Activity

*35 min*

The goal today is to finish using the motion detector by walking all remaining graphs. A whole group wrap-up session is tomorrow to bring out important ideas such as linear vs. non-linear graphs, what it means to be a function and why, domain, and range.

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#### Wrapping Up

*5 min*

Important tonight is to prepare the website or other voting device for votes to begin. I am including a video of how I use the internet to assist in student voting. End the class period with similar questions as yesterday, "Why are some graphs impossible to walk? How many people can the motion sensor pick-up at one time? What quantity was always moving forward independently of your written changes in direction (domain is time)?"

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