This Party assessment also includes:

Thirty at the party won't cost any more than twenty-five. The assessment task provides a scenario for the cost of a party where the initial fee covers a given number of guests. The class determines the cost for specific numbers of guests and identifies a graph that models the relationship between cost and number of guests.

11 Views 9 Downloads
CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Provide the class opportunities to connect graphs with scenario descriptions
  • Use the mini-assessment two-thirds of the way through a functions unit, giving time to reteach if necessary
Classroom Considerations

  • Class members should be able to evaluate numerical expressions

  • Sample responses contain teacher annotations
  • The resource includes results of how a group of eighth graders performed on the assessment

  • None
Common Core