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• #### Cell Phone Rates Comparison Using Stella, GSP, and TI

Students will understand the existence of relationships between variables and they can be represented in multiple ways for understanding and analyzing. Recognizing and using the connection between tables and graphs in the solving real world problems.
• #### Create and Identify Function Rules

Students will be able to create and identify function rules from a set of inputs and outputs (table).
• #### Exploring Equations with TI-84

Objectives: Students will learn to graph linear and quadratic equations with the TI 84 graphing calculator Students will learn to enter data into lists, create tables and create graphs using the TI 84 graphing calculator Students will discuss the differences/similarities between linear and quadratic relationships
• #### Fruit Fly Population Growth using TI Calculator

Objective: In this activity, students will enter experimental data from the Fruit Fly Population Growth into TI – 83 Plus calculator and use the information from the data to develop a graph. Draw some conclusions based on the data and the graph.
• #### Quadratics using TI Calculator

Objectives: Graph linear equations using a graphing calculator. Observe the effects of opposite coefficients and adding a constant to y = ax. Complete tables and answer questions using equations, tables, and graphs.
• #### Reflections, Translations, and Rotations

Students will be able to describe and explain what happens to an object after a reflection, translation and a rotation Students will be able to perform a rotation and a reflection on a figure
• #### Smoking Lesson Plan Using Stella

Objectives: to be able to interpret graphs and tables, problem solve
• #### Walking to Win

Objectives: 1. Students will be able to use the Stella Model and Geometer Sketchpad to create a graph and a table for the situation purposed by the teacher. 2. Students will demonstrate ability to work in a group; communicating and being respectful of others. 3. Students will identify the distance required for a close race given specific conditions and provide evidence to support their answer. 4. Students will make observations about the features of the graphs and their meaning 5. Students will use the table and graph to answer questions 6. Students will identify how results vary by using the Stella model to manipulate the conditions of the race.