1*: 24/27 or 89%
2*: 19/24 or 79%
5*: 20/32 or 63%
I discussed with my classes that they're all made up of different levels of students but I think that the biggest class has the most frequency of off topic conversations. Although it's a high energy level coming back from lunch, I talk to all classes that the time of day shouldn't be an excuse and it's up to every individual to be responsible for their own choices.
After passing it out I had students contribute to a whole class google doc of notes on agreed upon answers to the learning log questions. That file is available here. The biggest mistake seemed to be students ignoring the negative sign on the growth, or not having an idea about where the y-intercept was or how to find a second point.
@martinsean What I see happening is kids aren't looking at this as an x-y relationship. Ask them what y is when x is 0. Same for when x is 1— Bowen Kerins 🔗 (@bowenkerins) December 16, 2016