Strickler WMS - 8th Grade Math
8.NS.1 Rational and Irrational Numbers
8.NS.2 Approximations of Square and Cube Roots
Expressions and Equations
Exponents (8.EE.1 - 8.EE.2)
Scientific Notation (8.EE.3 - 8.EE.4)
8.EE.5 Graph and Compare Proportional Relationships
8.EE.6 Find the Equation of a Line
Linear Equations (8.EE.7 - 8.EE.8)
8.F.1 Input and Output
8.F.2 Compare Two Functions
8.F.3 Examples of Functions
8.F.4 Constructing and Interpreting Functions
8.F.5 Graphing and Analyzing Functions
Transformations (8.G.1 - 8.G.4)
8.G.5 Angle Relationships
Pythagorean Theorem (8.G.6 - 8.G.8)
Statistics and Probability
Data Analysis and Probability
Line Plots and Frequency Tables
Permutations and Combinations
Simple Random Samples
1. Understand that a function is a rule that assigns to each input exactly one output. The graph of a function is the set of ordered pairs consisting of an input and the corresponding output.
Input goes in and output come out.
It's a simple concept.
You can control the speed of the slides to
get a better look at how a function works.
What is WALLE's functions?
1.) Pick up trash
2.) Stack trash cubes into skyscrapers
What happens if he doesn't function properly?
Lesson: Function Machines
: Complete a function table
90 or Higher
: Find points on a function graph
80 or Higher
- Stop that Creature!
Find the Rule.
Go on to 8.F.2 ----->
Keep calm, love math.