

Graphs 
Tables 
Equations 
Context 
Students will be able to:
· Determine if a graph is linear or nonlinear.
· Determine increasing and decreasing intervals on a graph of a function.
· Classify a graph’s rate of change as constant or not constant.
· Identify the rate of change from a graph with a constant rate, including horizontal lines’ rate of change.
· Compare and contrast graphs using the following descriptors: increasing, decreasing, and rate of change. 
Students will be able to:
· Determine whether a table of values has a constant or not constant rate of change.
· Identify the rate of change from a table if it is constant.
· Determine if a table is increasing or decreasing, both, or neither.
· Determine if a table is linear or nonlinear.
· Compare and contrast tables using the following descriptors: increasing, decreasing, and rate of change. 
Students will be able to:
· Identify linear equations as having 1 as the highest exponent, and having no absolute value symbols, square roots, or variables in the denominator
· Identify the rate of change from slopeintercept form.
· Determine if a linear function is increasing or decreasing from slopeintercept form. 
Students will be able to:
· Determine if a contextual situation is linear or nonlinear.
· Justify linear relationships by making valid predictions.
· Organize data into a table in order to find the rate of change to determine if it is constant or not.
· Make a table of values for a context that is increasing or decreasing by a percent.


Interactive Practice Assessment
Day 1: Linear vs. Nonlinear Tables and Graphs
Additional Practice Homework (Linear Tables, Graphs and Equations)
Day 2: Linear vs. Nonlinear Equations and Context Problems
Homework: Context Problems
Day 3: Review Day
Retake Practice:
Additional Resources:
Tables: Similarities and Differences
Graphs: Finding the Rate of Change
Video Tutorial: Linear and NonLinear Tables
Video Tutorial: Finding the Rate of Change (Slope) of a Linear Graph
*Please note not all links will be active for every standard*