Innovative Graphing Skills Through Interrogation Of Silent Ingredients
Keywords:function sense, silent ingredient, graphing skills
Interrogation of silent ingredients and features method provides an intuitive opportunity for learners to interrogate and utilize features that seems for the first impression worthless for developing mathematical function sense and enhancing graphing skills. Yet, it challenges the learner to connect small pieces to build a rationalized complex interrelated structure. This method was demonstrated and discussed with learners through interactive communications. The result of the demonstrations and discussion were qualitatively analyzed. It showed positive progress in the learner's ability, disposition, and skills to graph functions and understand interrelationships through meaningful schema. Moreover, it helps provide rational and logical reasoning for mathematical phenomena such as concavity, and issues related to the limits of a function.
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