Writing Functions

Visualize functions using two graphical methods. Individuals use input/output tables and mapping diagrams to create examples and non-examples of functions. Scholars then provide an explanation of why the relations are or are not a function.

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CCSS: Designed
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Instructional Ideas
  • Ask class members to write a definition of a function in their own words
  • Develop a graphic organizer to compare and contrast relations and functions
Classroom Considerations
  • The class should be familiar with input/output tables and mapping diagrams
Pros
  • The assessment is open-ended, allowing for the pupils to demonstrate their understanding on their terms
  • Contains examples of work to illustrate misconceptions
Cons
  • None
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