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A 9 day CCSS-Aligned Functions Unit - including identifying, comparing, and analyzing functions, and writing equations for functions from tables, graphs and ordered pairs.Standards: 8.F.1, 8.F.2, 8.F.3, 8.F.4, 8.F.51. Unit OverviewsStreamline planning with unit overviews that include essential que

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This is an 8 day unit on Functions. This unit does not include slope and slope intercept form. There are separate units for those topics.
Each day has a Power Point that includes a warm-up with answers, notes and a closure of the lesson. Guided notes or flippables are provided for each lesson as w

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Also included in: 8th Grade Common Core Math Unit Bundle

In these high-interest, engaging problems, students analyze functions represented in different ways (tables, equations, and graphs). They compare the rates of change, initial values, and connect each back to the context of the problem. At the end of some of the problems, students are challenged to

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Would you like for your students to practice comparing functions given in different representations? This product consists of matching games in which the players will be looking for two functions which have the (1) same rate of change in the first game and (2) same initial value in the second game.

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Get your middle school students up and moving with this product! This set of 20 task cards and 3 content based posters is aligned to CCSS 8.F.2, properties of functions, and is guaranteed to get your middle school students engaged!
Review the posters with students or pass them out to those with acc

Swag Man or Agent Mustache: who can defeat more bad guys?? Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in each function and connect it to the overall context. They will eventua

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Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in both a graph and table and connect it to the overall context. They will eventually come to the realization that the problem is not as

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Rate of change, velocity, slope, change in y over change in x. The fact that there are so many ways to describe rate of change is a demonstration of the centrality of this concept to functions and their ability to model relationships between variables in the real world. This mission is aligned to Co

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In this high-interest, engaging problem, students must analyze a function represented by an equation and another function represented by a table. They must be able to compare the rates of change, the y-intercepts, and connect each back to the context of the problem. Students discover that even tho

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This problem is a great way to wrap up instruction on comparing functions. Students must analyze a graph, a table, and an equation to determine if Swag Man's Swag-mobile is faster than a speeding bullet! This works great as a unit assessment, independent practice/homework, or as a cooperative lear

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This is a set of matching cards to reinforce multiple representation of linear functions.
The four pages cut into 48 cards.
For my math test prep classes I copied each set on a different colored card stock and laminated them. I differentiated by the number and types of cards I gave each partner

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Who can eat more hot dogs: Agent Mustache or the Savage? This particular problem is a great intro for students in comparing functions represented in different ways. Both functions have a y-intercept of 0, so only the rates of change must be compared to analyze these functions and determine who win

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The purpose of these problems is to help students go deeper than simply finding the rates of change (slope) of graphs but to also apply them to contextual situations. The sci-fi context provided in each problem will keep students engaged as they gain a deeper conceptual understanding of functions!

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Comparing linear vs. nonlinear, slopes, and y-intercepts of functions. Functions are represented by tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions. There are 4 examples, each with a different combination of representations. This PowerPoint can be used as a review, introduction, or lesson. It

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8.F.2 common core standard match
I can compare and contrast different representations of different functions.
This worksheet has students compare and contrast using a venn diagram the different forms of two different functions. This is a great item to use in class for in class discussions.

This activity serves as a great introduction to comparing rates of change (slope) on graphs. Both graphs have the same intervals and students can see which rate of change is greater by comparing the steepness of each line. Students will also be challenged to understand rate of change and initial v

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Get students analyzing graphs in depth as they consider which person can take out more enemy troopers. They will love diving into this sci-fi problem and have deep discussions using the cooperative learning strategy provided with this product.
This problem will help you to achieve a deep level of c

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Whose space racer will win the race?? This is the question your students will explore as they analyze the rates of change on two graphs. They must go deeper than simply finding the rates of change because in order to answer the questions, they must apply their understanding to the sci-fi context g

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Functions Review - Jeopardy Standards: 8.F.1, 8.F.2, 8.F.3, 8.F.4, 8.F.5This review is a great way for students to collaborate and work together. It covers the following topics: • Ordered Pairs• Graphing Relationships • Functions • Equations, Tables, and Graphs There is also a column of "miscellaneo

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Functions - Review and Exam This contains an exam review as well as an exam. It covers the following topics on functions: • Vocabulary • Identifying Functions • Comparing Functions • Analyzing a graph • Ordered Pairs • Multiple Representations • Word Problems The 21 total pages includes the exam re

I created this activity as a review prior to our post-assessment on the standards 8.F.1, 8.F.2, and 8.F.3. The 15 questions in this game ensure that students are prepared for the assessment covering this material. Information included on the cards is focused on input-outputs, parabolas and non-lin

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Functions Unit Bundle (Math 8 Curriculum - Unit 6)
This bundle contains Smart Notebook presentations, notes, homework, review activities, quizzes, a practice unit test, unit test and answer keys that cover the following topics:
• Identifying Functions
• Linear vs. Non Linear
• Comparing Functions

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Functions - 8th Grade Math Task Cards: This product contains 20 Total Task Cards over the 8.F.2 standard. Each card is labeled with the standard, comes with a student recording sheet, answer key, and standard poster. 8.F.2 - Compare properties of two functions each represented in a different way (al

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This assessment was created to measure student understanding of standards 2 and 4 within the Functions domain. The assessment is modeled with a leveling system that provides a way for teachers, students and parents to see how far a student has progressed in their understanding of the two standards.

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