This unit includes PowerPoint presentations, coordinated guided notes with answers, a mid-unit quiz, and unit test covering Functions, Equations, and Graphs. The PowerPoint includes warm ups (do-now or bell ringer), key concepts, and examples for students to follow. It also includes a pacing guide with common core state standards and suggested homework and classwork.
I created this to accompany the Prentice Hall Pearson Algebra 2 textbook. This unit covers Sections 2.1-2.4, 2.6-2.8. The lessons are 30 - 45 minutes each.
Unit Essential Questions:
Does it matter which form of a linear equation that you use?
How do you use transformations to help graph absolute value functions?
How can you model data with linear equations?