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**Who Shares My Function? - Linear with All Representations**- Students will work in groups after finding other students who have the same linear function represented by a story, a table, a graph, or an equation. They will attempt to explain and discuss why the different representations refer to the same function.**It Depends**- Students will think about how we can show a dependent relationship between two quantities, using a variety of representations.**Who Shares My Function? - Linear with Graphs and Stories**- Students will make groups by finding other students who have the same quadratic or linear function in different representations.**Contrasting Equations**- Students write equations for three graphs and examine their slopes by comparing and contrasting the graphs. Students also look at the same functions graphed on differently scaled coordinate planes.**Who Shares My Function? - Linear with Graphs, Tables, and Equations**- Students will make groups by finding other students who have the same linear function, as shown in representations of graphs, tables, or equations. They will then generate a story to go with the function.**Jason's Tree House**- Students will extract data from a story and use tables and graphs to answers questions about proposed scenarios.**Candy Experiment**- Students will create their own data to construct a graph and equation of negative and fractional slope.**Graphing Equations**- Students will practice moving between graphs and equations of functions, as well as identifying the y-intercept and slope.**Wind-Up Car**- Students will produce an equation from a graph, based on an engineering-context.**Who Shares My Function? - Linear with Negative and Fractional Slope**- Students will find other functions that are the same as theirs, starting from a table, a graph, or an equation. Once they have identified the same function represented in a different way, they will create a story that describes all of the different representations of the same function.**Guess My Rule - Linear**- Students will try to determine the equation to match their partner's created graph and work together to correct their own mistakes.**Compare and Contrast**- Students will identify the y-intercept and slope using equations and then use that data to create corresponding tables and graphs.**Coupon Activity**- Students will create graphs, tables and equations to explain their stories and look at how a graph changes depending on the y-intercept.**Race Car Activity**- Students will look at four different graphs to determine which two describe the scenario proposed by the teacher displaying parallel lines and the correct y-intercepts.**Same and Different**- Students will compare graphs of linear functions, looking for similarities and differences, and will produce algebraic expressions, again identifying what is the same and what is different about each one.**Can We Predict Differences?**- Students will predict, produce, and compare linear and non-linear function graphs used to represent the number of punches on a balloon.**Lotto Winnings**- Students will generate a graph for a nonlinear function, point by point, in order to realize that there are different types of functions that they might not know about yet.

**Relating Graphs and Equations- Linear and Quadratic Functions**- Students will generate graphs from given equations and equations from given graphs.

**Contrasting Equations**- Students write equations for three graphs and examine their slopes by comparing and contrasting the graphs. Students also look at the same functions graphed on differently scaled coordinate planes.

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