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Graphing calculator activities

I don't ever plan on teaching high school math, but you never know. This looks helpful.. maybe for friends still in college.

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I learned a nifty domain and range trick from an online workshop about using stickie notes to help “frame” the graph of a function. The idea is to use 4 notes so that all you see is the graph, which can make identifying the domain and range a little easier

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16 different linear verbal situations. Ss come up with equation, table & graph,:

Highlighters to help students find domain and range.

Math = Love, Graphing Calculator Tutorial Pages

Using ISN (interactive student notebooks) in the classroom -- upper grades Different ideas for math and language

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Finally a way for kids to understand domain and range from a graph? Visual/foldable activity so they can see the limits of the function.

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