A2.D.1.3 Based upon a realworld context, recognize whether a discrete or continuous graphical representation is appropriate and then create the graph.
In a Nutshell
Students will have a better understanding of discrete and continuous graphs. They will read a real world problem and determine the most appropriate graph (discrete or continuous) to create.
Student Actions

Teacher Actions



Implement tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving by allowing students to decide which representation, discrete or continuous, is the most appropriate to use for the given problem.

Support productive struggle in learning mathematics by asking students to use visual mathematical representations to explain and justify their choice of discrete or continuous graphs to represent their data.

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Misconceptions



OKMath Framework Introduction
Algebra 2 Grade Introduction
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