This Do I Have to Mow the Whole Thing? lesson plan also includes:
Turn learning upside down as you develop the concept of inverse variation. The first activity in the lesson identifies equations from a table to introduce the constant of variation. The second has learners collect and model data with an inverse variation equation.
- As an assessment, have pupils create a poster showing multiple representations of the inverse variation function: equation, graph, table, and verbal description
- Incorporate reflection questions as an exit ticket to quickly check for understanding
- Requires graph paper and graphing calculator
- Provides a detailed instructional plan to guide planning
- Includes both assessment and extension ideas