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Lesson 1 – Review of Rates of Change

Learning Intentions

Students will be able to:

  • calculate average speed 
  • recognise speed as a rate of change 
  • relate slope of a graph to rate of change 
  • recognise the characteristics of situations involving a constant rate of change 
  • understand that when dealing with situations with constant rate of change, rate of change at a point is the same as the average rate of change over an interval.

Resources for Teaching, Learning and Assessment

  1. Student Assignment Lesson 1
  2. Rates of Change Help Video
  3. Link to Success Criteria Form
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