All Discussions Tagged 'table' - Algebra for All2018-10-20T18:25:20Zhttp://a4a.learnport.org/forum/topic/listForTag?tag=table&feed=yes&xn_auth=noFunction Families - Algebra 2tag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-02-06:3795955:Topic:448982013-02-06T03:24:28.077ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>I put this together as a beginning of the 2nd semester activity for my Algebra 2 classes. I wanted the students to become familiar with graphing using the TI-Nspire calculators, work together in groups, review the function families they had studied and preview the functions that were coming up in the new semester. After they had time to work on the graphs I had each group draw a number and they were responsible for putting their paper under the document camera and presenting their…</p>
<p>I put this together as a beginning of the 2nd semester activity for my Algebra 2 classes. I wanted the students to become familiar with graphing using the TI-Nspire calculators, work together in groups, review the function families they had studied and preview the functions that were coming up in the new semester. After they had time to work on the graphs I had each group draw a number and they were responsible for putting their paper under the document camera and presenting their findings. The biggest challenge was discussing the characteristics of the graphs. It was a good lesson and I was pleased with the results.</p> Shapes of Algebra graphing calculator activitiestag:a4a.learnport.org,2012-10-02:3795955:Topic:423182012-10-02T01:54:11.166ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>Here are two graphing calculator versions of the Algebra 4 All Shapes of Algebra project.</p>
<p>Rather than make posters I have the students work in groups and discover the graphs using the graphing calculator.</p>
<p>The goal for the 1st lesson is to become familiar with entering equations and seeing the graphs. I have the students work in groups of 4, each one entering one of the functions into their calculator. The are then to discuss what they see, make a sketch and summarize their…</p>
<p>Here are two graphing calculator versions of the Algebra 4 All Shapes of Algebra project.</p>
<p>Rather than make posters I have the students work in groups and discover the graphs using the graphing calculator.</p>
<p>The goal for the 1st lesson is to become familiar with entering equations and seeing the graphs. I have the students work in groups of 4, each one entering one of the functions into their calculator. The are then to discuss what they see, make a sketch and summarize their findings. I have to model with them a sample problem, otherwise I have found that they work in parallell form, dividing the work and not having the important discussions.</p>
<p>After they have completed the shapes of Algebra exploration I have them work in groups of 3 with the same idea with the Shapes of Algebra #2, tables & graphs activity. Each member enters one of the graphs. This time I want them to learn how to use the table feature on the calculator, I do not have them plot the points to graph since I have found the activity to become too long and tedious for the students. The point is to focus on the shape associated with each family and look for connections in the tables.</p>
<p>After the Shapes of Algebra #2, tables and graphs, I have each group make a poster of one of the function families. I use the posters all year as we study each of the function families in more detail.</p>
<p>Every time I use the activities I make some changes in the questions. My goal is for the students to learn to work together, improve their math communication skills and to understand the big ideas.</p> Linear Functions 5 Day Plantag:a4a.learnport.org,2011-08-26:3795955:Topic:256622011-08-26T14:25:21.692ZCortney Kidonhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/CortneyKidon
Title: Linear Functions 5 Day Plan (6th Grade)<br></br>Author: Cortney Kidon
<p>Subject Area: Algebra<br></br>Topic:Linear Functions</p>
<p>GLCEs: A.RP.06.02, A.RP.06.08<b>,</b> A.PA.06.09</p>
<p>Topic: Understand the coordinate plane and represent linear functions using tables, equations, and graphs.</p>
<p>Content Expectation:</p>
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<li>Plot ordered pairs of integers and use ordered pairs of integers to identify points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.</li>
<li>Understand that…</li>
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Title: Linear Functions 5 Day Plan (6th Grade)<br/>Author: Cortney Kidon
<p>Subject Area: Algebra<br/>Topic:Linear Functions</p>
<p>GLCEs: A.RP.06.02, A.RP.06.08<b>,</b> A.PA.06.09</p>
<p>Topic: Understand the coordinate plane and represent linear functions using tables, equations, and graphs.</p>
<p>Content Expectation:</p>
<ul>
<li>Plot ordered pairs of integers and use ordered pairs of integers to identify points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.</li>
<li>Understand that relationships between quantities can be suggested by graphs and tables.</li>
<li>Solve problems involving linear functions whose input values are integers; write the equation; graph the resulting ordered pairs of integers.</li>
</ul> Music and Money in the Working Worldtag:a4a.learnport.org,2011-08-09:3795955:Topic:243522011-08-09T00:23:17.183ZTina Marengerhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/TinaMarenger
<p>In each of six groups, students create a table, a graph, and an equation to represent an assigned job situation. All of the groups have the same monetary goals. Students then compare and discuss their results as a class.</p>
<p>Authors: Michelle Plutchak, Katie Graham, Laura LaMarche, Sarah Hill, Tina Marenger</p>
<p>Subject Area: Algebra I</p>
<p>Topic: Linear Equations</p>
<p>In each of six groups, students create a table, a graph, and an equation to represent an assigned job situation. All of the groups have the same monetary goals. Students then compare and discuss their results as a class.</p>
<p>Authors: Michelle Plutchak, Katie Graham, Laura LaMarche, Sarah Hill, Tina Marenger</p>
<p>Subject Area: Algebra I</p>
<p>Topic: Linear Equations</p> Functions For Alltag:a4a.learnport.org,2011-05-13:3795955:Topic:173152011-05-13T17:20:58.881ZCindy Hillhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/CindyHill
<p>Culminating Activity</p>
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<p>We use this activity as a review of function families. Activity includes linear, quadratic, exponential, variation, and sequence concepts.</p>
<p>Culminating Activity</p>
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<p>We use this activity as a review of function families. Activity includes linear, quadratic, exponential, variation, and sequence concepts.</p> Using Parent Graphs to Graph Quadratic Functionstag:a4a.learnport.org,2011-04-18:3795955:Topic:154522011-04-18T18:57:44.714ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>This is a quick activity that I put together for my graphing quadratics unit.</p>
<p>The students were graphing quadratics in standard form using the -b/2a formula to locate the vertex.</p>
<p>Some of my students were having difficulty completing a table of values to find additional points after finding the vertex. Graphing the parent table of values from the shifted vertex really emphasized the function family translations.</p>
<p>I began the unit with the Investigating Graphs of Quadratic…</p>
<p>This is a quick activity that I put together for my graphing quadratics unit.</p>
<p>The students were graphing quadratics in standard form using the -b/2a formula to locate the vertex.</p>
<p>Some of my students were having difficulty completing a table of values to find additional points after finding the vertex. Graphing the parent table of values from the shifted vertex really emphasized the function family translations.</p>
<p>I began the unit with the Investigating Graphs of Quadratic Functions, but my students needed this additional experience to reinforce the big ideas.</p> Exploring Exponential Functionstag:a4a.learnport.org,2011-02-21:3795955:Topic:107472011-02-21T20:20:49.958ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>Here is a quick introduction to exponential growth functions.</p>
<p>I used a roll of bounty paper towels because it has the small tear off sections.</p>
<p>It was quick, got the class engaged right away and provided a good discussion of exponential growth.</p>
<p>Another teacher liked the idea, but used wax paper instead of paper towel sections.</p>
<p>Here is a quick introduction to exponential growth functions.</p>
<p>I used a roll of bounty paper towels because it has the small tear off sections.</p>
<p>It was quick, got the class engaged right away and provided a good discussion of exponential growth.</p>
<p>Another teacher liked the idea, but used wax paper instead of paper towel sections.</p> Shapes of Algebra Puzzle Maptag:a4a.learnport.org,2010-09-08:3795955:Topic:69212010-09-08T23:58:48.000ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>This is a puzzle map that I made some revisions on from another posting and has worked well in my classes. I have used it as an assessment after doing shapes of algebra in my algebra 1 classes and also as a review of the function families in my algebra 2 classes.</p>
<p>This is a puzzle map that I made some revisions on from another posting and has worked well in my classes. I have used it as an assessment after doing shapes of algebra in my algebra 1 classes and also as a review of the function families in my algebra 2 classes.</p> Intro to the Shapes of Algebra, Calculator Explorationtag:a4a.learnport.org,2010-07-16:3795955:Topic:62272010-07-16T18:46:04.000ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>This is an introduction to the Shapes of Algebra that focuses on students working together and discussing the different function families. I have the students look at the graphs on their calculators, sketch the shapes and draw conclusions. This is a little less involved than the original shapes of algebra since I do not have the students make the posters. </p>
<p>A puzzle map is also attached. I adapted it from a pretest that is in another posting.</p>
<p>This is an introduction to the Shapes of Algebra that focuses on students working together and discussing the different function families. I have the students look at the graphs on their calculators, sketch the shapes and draw conclusions. This is a little less involved than the original shapes of algebra since I do not have the students make the posters. </p>
<p>A puzzle map is also attached. I adapted it from a pretest that is in another posting.</p> Family Tiestag:a4a.learnport.org,2010-03-15:3795955:Topic:52932010-03-15T20:36:00.000ZBritt Sladehttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/BrittSlade
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</font><p><font size="3">Title: Family Ties - Familes of Functions (Linear, Exponential, Quadratic)</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Author(s): Renee Yake, Tara Hartman, Michelle Herman</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Subject Area: Algebra</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Topic: Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Functions</font></p>
<p><font size="3">HSCEs or GLCEs: <span style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%; FONT-FAMILY: 'Century Gothic','sans-serif'"><font color="#000000">A2. 3. 1,…</font></span></font></p>
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</font><p><font size="3">Title: Family Ties - Familes of Functions (Linear, Exponential, Quadratic)</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Author(s): Renee Yake, Tara Hartman, Michelle Herman</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Subject Area: Algebra</font></p>
<p><font size="3">Topic: Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Functions</font></p>
<p><font size="3">HSCEs or GLCEs: <span style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; LINE-HEIGHT: 115%; FONT-FAMILY: 'Century Gothic','sans-serif'"><font color="#000000">A2. 3. 1, A2. 3. 2, A2. 3. 3, and A2. 4. 1</font></span></font></p>