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Grade and Topic: Grades 9-11 Mathematics Length of Lesson: 1 hour for 2 days

Mentor Teacher: Dr. Jennifer Townes School: University of Memphis – IDT 3600

● This lesson plan is part of a unit on the features and graphs of polynomial functions, including

exponential, linear, and quadratic functions.

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

Given an initial quiz that displays 5 function types (linear, power, exponential, quadratic, and rational)

and their graphs out of order, the students will be able to match the functions to their graphs with a score

of 3 out of 4 on the rubric.

Given a computer with web access, the students will research the given types of functions (linear,

power, exponential, quadratic, and rational) using the given website Math on Web and list the following

characteristics of the functions in a Word document table: form(s) of the equation, what the variables

represent in the equation, and a general graph of the equation with a score of 3 out of 4 on the rubric.

Given a computer with access to the graphic organizer creation software Inspiration 9, the students will

be able to create a graphic organizer/flow chart with a heading for each function type (linear, power,

exponential, quadratic, and rational), an example graph for each function type, the form(s) the functions

equation may take, and at least 2 other characteristics with a score of 3 out of 4 on the rubric.

STANDARDS ADDRESSED:

TN Mathematics Standards

o Interpreting Functions (F.IF)

B. Analyze functions using different representations.

M3.F.IF.B.3

o Graph functions expressed symbolically and show key features of the

graph, by hand and using technology.

a. Graph linear and quadratic functions and show intercepts,

maxima, and minima

c. Graph polynomial functions, identifying zeros when suitable

factorizations are available and showing end behavior.

d. Graph exponential and logarithmic functions, showing

intercepts and end behavior.

M3.F.IF.B.4

o Compare properties of two functions each represented in a different way

(algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables, or by verbal

descriptions).

ISTE Standards

o Standards for Students

1. Empowered Learner

a. Students articulate and set personal learning goals, develop strategies

leveraging technology to achieve them and reflect on the learning process itself to

improve learning outcomes.

3. Knowledge Constructor

a. Students plan and employ effective research strategies to locate information

and other resources for their intellectual or creative pursuits.

c. Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and

methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections

or conclusions.

6. Creative Communicator

a. Students choose the appropriate platforms and tools for meeting the desired

objectives of their creation or communication.

c. Students communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating or

using a variety of digital objects such as visualizations, models or simulations.

MATERIALS:

1. Printed matching quiz of function types and their graphs to be completed by students at the start of the

first lesson for this unit.

2. Note paper for evaluation quiz questions if needed.

3. Pencil or pen for the quiz and any note taking.

4. Computer

5. Internet access to:

a. Math on Web: http://mathonweb.com/help_ebook/html/functions_4.htm

6. Access to Microsoft Word on the computer

7. Access to Inspiration 9 on the computer

8. Access to class Dropbox to upload their Inspiration 9 graphic organizer for grading.

Students will use the website listed above as a resource to research the characteristics of the given

function types. They will note these characteristics in a Word document table. They will then use a

computer with Inspiration 9 software to create a graphic organizer/flow chart to demonstrate their

research. This graphic organizer will be exported as an image, and this and the Word document will be

uploaded to the class Dropbox for evaluation.

● Students will demonstrate the ability to recognize 5 types of functions from their equations and graphs

alone.

● Students will demonstrate the ability to utilize given mathematical websites to research further into the

characteristics of the given 5 function types.

● Students will demonstrate the ability to organize their research into a visual representation using the

Inspiration 9 graphic organization software.

● Academic language is not addressed in IDT 3600.

● This lesson is a continuation of TN Mathematics Standards M3.F.IF.B.3 and M3.F.IF.B.4.

● We will continue the concepts of this lesson at a later point by exploring further types of functions and

their graphs, including logarithmic and trigonometric functions.

● I am aware that the lesson will be differentiated for students who did not master the objectives and for

those ready for enrichment. However, modifications are not covered in this course and are not part of

this particular lesson.

PROCEDURES AND TIMELINE:

Introduction

o Begin by explaining the overarching plan for this unit, what the students will be looking at, and

how they will demonstrate their knowledge. Display a few examples of the functions the class

has recently covered (linear, power, exponential, quadratic, rational) and discuss with the class

some of the features of the functions (maxima, minima, intercepts).

o Display a verbal representation of a function based on a real-world concept. For example: You

put $1000 in a savings account that earns 1% yearly. What will this increase to over the course of

20 years? Have the students assist in creating a T-chart representing the new amounts in

increments of 5 years. Have a volunteer come to the board to graph the values.

Procedures (Day 1)

o Prior to the computer (20 minutes)

Teacher Procedures

1. Complete the introduction, then distribute the initial assessment matching quiz

listing 5 function equation examples (linear, power, exponential, quadratic,

rational) and their graphs in random order.

Student Procedures

1. After the introduction, students will receive their initial assessment matching

quizzes and complete them in the time given before the class begins computer

use. They will then turn these quizzes into the teacher.

o At the computer (30 minutes)

Teacher Procedures

1. Instruct the students to open an Internet browser and Microsoft Word.

2. Direct the students to http://mathonweb.com/help_ebook/html/functions_4.htm

3. Direct the students to access the sections on the website explaining linear, power,

exponential, quadratic, and rational functions.

4. Direct the students to note down the form(s) of each function type, 2 other

identifying characteristics, and to save the example graphs from the website into

their Word document.

5. Monitor and assist as needed.

Student Procedures

1. Open Microsoft Word and an Internet browser.

2. Left aligned, the students will type their name, go to a new line, and then type the

date into the Word document. Then, go to a new line, center the text, and type the

title “5 Types of Functions”.

3. Insert a 4x6 table into the Word document.

4. Label the columns as follows: Type, Form, Characteristics, Graph.

5. In the Type column, list the 5 types of equations covered in this lesson: Linear,

Power, Exponential, Quadratic, and Rational.

6. Go to http://mathonweb.com/help_ebook/html/functions_4.htm and access the

sections corresponding with each of the given function types.

7. Read and research the different sections, placing the information gained into the

corresponding row and column in the Microsoft Word table, including a saved

image or screenshot of the sample graphs on the website.

8. When complete, double check for spelling, grammatical, and format errors. Then,

save the document as “Types of Function – Your Name” and upload it to the class

Dropbox.

Procedures (Day 2)

o Introduction

Begin by providing a short review of what the students did in the last lesson.

Display an example of a concept map created using Inspiration 9.

Teacher Procedures

1. After the introduction, go over some of the features of Inspiration 9, showing the

students how to insert topics, branches, and images.

2. Have the students create a simple hand drawn example of how they will begin to

lay out their concept map in Inspiration 9.

3. Answer questions as needed.

Student Procedures

1. Students will observe the teacher explanation of Inspiration 9.

2. Students will take out a sheet of paper and create a simple starter for how they

will lay out their concept map. The map should have: a central topic, 5 subtopics

for each of the function types for this lesson.

Teacher Procedures

1. Have the students open their saved Word documents containing the function

tables they created the day before.

2. Have students open Inspiration 9.

3. Direct the students to begin creating their graphic organizer using the information

in their Word documents and the required sections listed.

4. Monitor and assist as needed.

Student Procedures

1. Open your saved Microsoft Word from the lesson prior and Inspiration 9.

2. In the central topic bubble, input the title “Types of Functions.”

3. Create 5 subtopic bubbles and type in the name of the 5 function types for this

lesson: Power, Exponential, Quadratic, Linear, and Rational.

4. Create, at minimum, 4 subtopics for each function type for the equation form(s),

the graph example, and the minimum 2 characteristics.

5. Begin inputting your research information from your Word document into the

graphic organizer.

6. When needed, drag and drop the image of the graphs into the graphic organizer in

their corresponding subtopic. Be sure to adjust the size and position of the image.

7. When complete, feel free to adjust the look of your graphic organizer to

personalize, including changing the shape, color, and font of topic bubbles. You

may also insert any additional images you wish to customize the look.

8. Save your graphic organizer as a TIFF file with the title “Function Map – Your

Name,” then upload to the class Dropbox.

o After the computer (10 minutes)

Teacher Procedures

1. Verify that all students have completed their concept maps and submitted them to

Dropbox in the correct file format and title.

2. Review and discuss the information from the lesson, asking students to reflect on

the knowledge gained and their experience with creating a graphic organizer.

Student Procedures

1. Students will participate in the class discussion about the mathematical concepts

demonstrated in this lesson plan.

2. Students will openly discuss and reflect on their graphic organizers and the other

possible uses of this technology.

Closure

o The teacher again verifies all assignments have been submitted correctly, provides another quick

review and reflection on the concepts covered in this lesson, and provides a short look at what

will be covered in the next unit.

ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE:

Rubric

Criteria 1 2 3 4

Initial Assessment The student The student The student The student

Quiz correctly matched 2 correctly matched 3 correctly matched 4 correctly matched

or less of the listed of the listed of the listed all of the listed

functions to their functions to their functions to their functions to their

graphs. graphs. graphs. graphs.

Research Word The student The student The student The student

document completed the completed the completed the complete 80-100%

equivalent of 40% equivalent of 40- equivalent of 70- of their Word

or less of their 70% of their Word 80% of their Word document function

Word document document function document function table with the

function table with table with the table with the correct information.

the correct correct information. correct information.

information.

Graphic The student The student The student The student

Organizer completed 1 or completed 2 of the completed 3 of the completed 4 or all

none of the subtopics with the subtopics with the of the subtopics

subtopics with the required required with the required

required information. information. information.

information.

MODIFICATIONS:

I am aware that modifications will be made for students who did not master the objectives and for those

ready for enrichment. However, modifications are not covered in this course and are not part of this

particular lesson.

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