3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:Quadratic and Polynomial Functions
  • Subject(s):Math
  • Days:10
  • Grade(s):11
Key Learning: Demonstrate an understanding of the properties and relationships of Quadratic and Polynomial Functions.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 
How can Quadratic and Polynomial Functions be represented and solved?
   
Concept: Graphing Quadratic Functions
Concept: Performing Operations on Polynomials
Concept: Solving Polynomial Equations
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do we solve quadratic equations? (A)
How do we graph quadratic functions? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do we perform operations on Polynomials? (A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do we use factoring to solve polynomial equations? (A)
Concept: Graphing and Zeroes of Polynomial Functions
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Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do we graph Polynomial Functions? (A)
How do we analyze graphs of Polynomial Functions? (A)
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Additional Information:

Graphing Calculators Rulers Graph Paper Geometer’s Sketchpad

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Vocabulary Report

  • End Behavior -
  • Factor by Grouping -
  • Polynomial -
  • Quadratic Function -
  • Parabola -
  • Monomial -
  • Rational Zero Theorem -
  • Difference of Two Squares -
  • Vertex -
  • Binomial -
  • Perfect Square Trinomials -
  • Fundamental Theorem of Algebra -
  • Perfect Cube Trinomials -
  • x-intercept -
  • Axis of Symmetry -
  • Trinomial -
  • Leading Coefficient -
  • Local Maximum -
  • Factoring -
  • Local Minimum -
  • Quadratic Equation -
  • Constant Term -
  • Zero of a Function -
  • Degree -
  • Finite Differences -
  • Complex Number -
  • Properties of Exponents -
  • Special Product Patterns -
  • Completing the Square -
  • Quadratic Formula -
  • Factoring Polynomials -
  • Discriminant -
  • Synthetic Division -
  • Minimum -
  • Maximum -
  • Best-Fitting Quadratic Model -
  • Area -