**Collaboration**

- Have students work individually first.
- Add new ideas from a partner (or correct on your paper)
- Share in your group (take turns)
- Whole class discussion

**Concepts students could discuss? **

- Multiple representations: table, graph, situation, verbal description
- Parent function
- Domain and range
- Intercepts
- Increasing/decreasing
- Maxima/minima
- Asymptotes
- Rate of change
- Alternate forms of equation
- Symmetries
- Inverses
- But, also coefficients, variables, etc..

**Debrief**

- How might this be useful?
- When would it be helpful?

Another example

**Look-Fors… Over time**

Build up important math “look-fors” over time

- Don’t expect much the first time,
- This activity needs to be regularly repeated.
- Then next time…remember when we did the “what can you say about ___?” activity, what sorts of things did we talk about? Is there anything we could add now?
- About student interest and engagement…they will be frustrated at first, but grow to like it.
- Don’t forget to try with different representations

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