This Multiple Representations Practice-Test was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 classroom during a functions unit. Students were able to use the Multiple Representations page to see how the multiple representations relate to each other. Students were given an equation and show how it could be written in function notation, and how that rule could then be placed in a function machine. Students then could throw numbers into the function machine, teaching students domain, and get out the numbers produced by the machine, teaching students range. These ordered pairs could be recorded as ordered pairs, in a table, on a graph, or in a mapping. As students progressed through the unit, I was able to give students one piece, and they were able to find all the other pieces requested. I could use the same form for practice as a formative assessment or as a test or summative assessment. There is a blank page and a page that has been filled out so that you can see how I use it in my classroom.
Multiple Representations Practice-Test - PP by Pupsaroni Puzzles is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License