Standard— F.IF.5 Relate the domain of a function to its graph and, where applicable, to the quantitative relationship it describes. For example, if
the function h(n) gives the number of person-hours it takes to assemble n engines in a factory, then the positive integers would be an
appropriate domain for the function.*(Modeling standard)
OVERALL STANDARD TYPE K R PS P
LEDGEND FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
STANDARD TYPE (F.A.T.)
K=KNOWLEDGE S.R.=SELECTED RESPONSE
R=REASONING E.W.=EXTENDED WRITTEN RESPONSE
P.S. PERFORMANCE SKILL P.A=PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
P= PRODUCT P.COM.=PERSONAL COMMUNICATION
LEARNING TARGETS TYPE I CAN STATEMENTS F.A.T. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Given the graph or a verbal/written K I can identify and describe the domain of a function
description of a function, identify and given a graph or verbal/written description.
describe the domain of the function.
Identify an appropriate domain based on K I can identify an appropriate domain based on the unit,
the unit, quantity, and type of function it quantity, and type of function it describes.
Relate the domain of the function to its R I can relate the domain of function to its graph and to
graph and, where applicable, to the the relationship it describes.
quantitative relationship it describes.
Explain why a domain is appropriate for a R I can explain why a domain is appropriate for a given
given situation. situation.