5 VIEWS of a FUNCTION
This resource provides 25 UNIQUE scenarios that students will interpret and represent in different ways. It has been a great activity for my students to see the connections between the different representations of a function.
(Illustration may not be considered a mathematical representation, however, being able to visualize the situation is a skill lacking in many students that encourages mathematical thought)
Students are given any one of the five representations (views) and are asked to create the other four.
a template for presenting the five views of a function
solutions for all 25 situations (student answers for scenarios will be unique)
This activity can be used to introduce each functional representation or it can be used after the content is taught to make the connections between each. The functions are all linear, first quadrant functions will real applications.
“5 Views of a Function” engages students as they remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and create.
Although this is NOT a matching game. However, the solution pages could be cut apart and adapted to create a matching game. I love it when one resource can be utilized in different ways! Please leave feedback to let me know how you use this activity.
algebra, math, graphing, functions, linear model, common core