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September 9, 2014 W ARM -U P : 60 miles per hour 1. Make a table for 0-10 miles using the unit rate above. 2. How far could you go in 5 hours using the unit rate above?
W ARM -U P HoursMiles How far could you go in 5 hours?
Tonight’s Homework Workbook Page 23 #1&2
Activity Walk-A-Thon Pledges
Activity Leanne’s sponsors will pay $10 regardless of how far she walks Gilberto’s sponsors will pay $2 per kilometer Alana’s sponsors will make a $5 donation, plus $0.50 per kilometer
Activity The Task: Tables! Graphs! Equations! Make a table for each student’s pledge plan, from 0 to 12 kilometers. Graph the three pledge plans on the same coordinate axes. Write an equation for each pledge plan.
Activity The Questions: 1. What rate of change for each pledge plan do you observe in the table? How does this pattern appear in the graph? In the equation? 2. Suppose each student walks 8 kilometers in the walkathon. How much money does each sponsor owe? 3. On which graph does the point (12,11) lie? Mark it red. What information does this point represent? 4. In Alana’s plan, how is the fixed $5 donation represented in: The table? The graph? The equation?
Activity With your group members, work together to complete the group task and answer the questions. Each student must have his own graph, table, equation, and answers to questions recorded on their graph paper before making the group poster.
Activity The Final Product: TEAM POSTER silent presentation After your team has been approved by your teacher, display your findings on a huge poster. Remember your poster needs to SPEAK for itself! Poster must be clean and presentable!