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The Mathematics Vision Project Scott Hendrickson, Joleigh Honey, Barbara Kuehl, Travis Lemon, Janet Sutorius © 2017 Mathematics Vision Project Original work © 2013 in partnership with the Utah State Office of Education This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0 MODULE 1 Quadratic Functions SECONDARY MATH TWO An Integrated Approach
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SECONDARY MATH 2 // MODULE 1 QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS Mathematics Vision Project Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0 mathematicsvisionproject.org MODULE 1 - TABLE OF CONTENTS QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS 1.1 Something to Talk About – A Develop Understanding Task An introduction to quadratic functions, designed to elicit representations and surface a new type of pattern and change (F.BF.1, A.SSE.1, A.CED.2)READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.1 1.2 I Rule – A Solidify Understanding Task Solidification of quadratic functions begins as quadratic patterns are examined in multiple representations and contrasted with linear relationships (F.BF.1, A.SSE.1, A.CED.2) READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.2 1.3 Scott’s Macho March – A Solidify Understanding Task Focus specifically on the nature of change between values in a quadratic being linear (F-BF, F-LE) READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.3 1.4 Rabbit Run– A Solidify Understanding Task Focus on maximum/minimum point as well as domain and range for quadratics (F.BF.1, A.SSE.1, A.CED.2) READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.4 1.5 The Tortoise and the Hare– A Solidify Understanding Task Comparing quadratic and exponential functions to clarify and distinguish between each type of growth as well as how that growth appears in each of their representations (F.BF.1, A.SSE.1, A.CED.2, F.LE.3) READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.5
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SECONDARY MATH 2 // MODULE 1 QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS Mathematics Vision Project Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0 mathematicsvisionproject.org 1.6 How Does it Grow – A Practice Understanding Task Incorporating quadratics with the understandings of linear and exponential functions (F.LE.1, F.LE.2, F.LE.3) READY, SET, GO Homework: Quadratic Functions 1.6
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SECONDARY MATH II // MODULE 1 QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS – 1.1 Mathematics Vision Project Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0 mathematicsvisionproject.org 1.1 Something to Talk About A Develop Understanding Task Cell phones often indicate the strength of the phone’s signal with aseries of bars. The logo below shows how this might look for variouslevels of service.1.Assuming the pattern continues, draw the next figure in the sequence.2.How many blocks will be in the figure 10?3.Examine the sequence of figures and find a rule or formula for the number of tiles in any figurenumber.
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