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Objective: Students will be able to gather and record data and use data sets to determine functional relationships between quantities and write a general equation describing the functional relationship. Objective: Students will be able to describe independent and dependent quantities in functional relationships. Reteaching: Students will practice breaking down word problems into functional equations, determining the x- and y-values, developing an equation, making a table of the function, and then graphing the function. “Rule of Four” Monday - I will first go through the T-Shirt Shop problem. Students work on individual scenarios: Plumber; Cell Phone Charges; Population; Caricatures at the Fair. http://lzlomek.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/my-favorite-unit-to-teach-linear-functions/ Materials: Projector, Laptop, pencils, paper, worksheets, calculator Follow Up/HW: Wings and Shrimp; Caramel Apples; Car Value; Rental Car Friday Wed/Thurs Tuesday Objective: Students will be able to gather and record data and use data sets to determine functional relationships between quantities and write a general equation describing the functional relationship. Objective: Students will be able to describe independent and dependent quantities in functional relationships. Reteaching: Desk Hop Linear Equations – Students work in pairs solving 20 problems that are spread out all through the classroom. The students get the answer sheet and rotate through the problems in any order to write and interpret the linear equations. http://lzlomek.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/my-favorite-unit-to-teach-linear-functions/ Materials: Pen/pencil, worksheets, calculator Follow Up/HW: Objective: Students will be able to gather and record data and use data sets to determine functional relationships between quantities and write a general equation describing the functional relationship. Objective: Students will be able to describe independent and dependent quantities in functional relationships. Lesson Expansion: Types of Functions and Their Graphs – Students will work in groups to complete a table of values and graph for a specific function (Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, and Absolute Value). Students will present their graphs and describe the features of their graph. Materials: Pencil/calculator, groups, one of four functions worksheets, Large graph paper. Follow Up/HW: Types of Functions and their graphs Fall Holiday Week of: September 29 - October 3 Education – MMA MOD Teacher: Garrett Team: Special