















Topic: Properties of Functions 





Due: Oct. 12, 2006 






Lessons:11, 12, 13, 14, 








First Level: 





Max total points: 


75 












Total: 










Points Received 














Take Cornell Notes for each
lesson: 




Points: 5/Lesson Max. 20 pts.*
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*Notes will be graded by RUBRIC 























Write Objectives in
Composition Book, Write Vocabulary and do DO NOW problems: 




Points: 2/Day Max. 20 pts. 










































Complete Apply the TEKS
worksheets: 




Points: 4/Lesson Max 20 pts. 






























Complete:TAKS Practice sheets: 




Points: 3/Lesson Max. 15 pts. 






























Do Building Stamina Problems: 




Points: 2/Problems, Max. 30
pts. 



















































First level total points: 




Second Level: 





Max. total points 15 

















Make up your own problems and
present to class with explanation, must have a graph to support
problem. Must explain Domain and Range 




Points: 5 pts. Each. 










































Write a two page paper on one
of the
following: Euclid, Newton, Pythagoras, Einstein, or Pi (P). One page
text one page graphics to support text 




. 

Points: 15 points: 



































Second level total points: 




Third Level: 





Max. total points: 10 

















Write two examples of Algebra
problems you would see when you go shopping. 




Points: 5 pts each 










































Write an algebra problem,
generate a table, and make a graph to support your solution. Must
include Domain and Range. 




Points: 10 pts. 



















































Third level total points: 




Alternative for Level Two and
Three:
Write a 45 page paper comparing and contrasting the Mayan, Roman, and
Arabic Number systems. 25 points 






























Unit 3 Total Points: 
















Grading Points: 

Grading will be in accordance
with RMA grading structure. See page 5 in the student handbook 








