Graphing Functions

This Graphing Functions handout & reference also includes:

How do letters and numbers create a picture? Scholars learn to create input/output tables to graph functions. They graph both linear and nonlinear functions by creating tables and plotting points. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use for an independent learning challenge; give learners the choice of watching the video or reading the lesson in print
  • Create a guided notes handout for scholars to complete while watching the video
Classroom Considerations

  • Classroom requires Internet access to view the video
  • Continues a series of nine lessons related to functions
Pros

  • Includes fractional outputs when creating tables for graphing
  • The questions at the end of the problem set require higher-level thinking
Cons

  • Input/output tables in the problem set provide input values, so pupils never determine their own input values
  • Does not include problem solving or real-life situations
Common Core