Students will apply their graphing skills to a drawing they make on a coordinate grid. Allow students create a picture, shape, or design on a coordinate grid. Students should only be allowed to draw lines, and should consist of more than 5. Students will then define each of the lines used to create their drawing as linear functions. Have them write their functions near each line used. Once the students have completed the previous step, they will fill out the “Graphing Pictures Record Sheet”
Comes with explanation of lesson, grid paper, and record sheet.
Topics covered: Domain, Range, Function Notation, Slope-Intercept Form, and Function Test.
Materials needed: Ruler, pencil graph paper (supplied in lesson), & imagination!