## Mapping diagrams

by kyliew52

- 4.914 reviews

Variety of resources for mapping diagrams. The website can create number lines with different start and end points. I used the circular mapping with top set Y7 - much more interesting patterns emerge than from normal mapping diagrams, made great display work.

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- 5ukteacher1a year agoReport
Excellent resources! Thank you for sharing. I was struggling to find a way to introduce functions to my Year 7s. Thank you.

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Variety of resources for mapping diagrams. The website can create number lines with different start and end points.
Using the circular map, much more interesting patterns emerge than from normal mapping diagrams, made great display work.

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This is the first of a series of Starter activities in which students are shown a movie of a mapping diagram and are asked to try to identify the function. [The mapping diagram provides an interesting contrast to the Cartesian graph which can help students discern the graph's characteristics.]<br />
The values of x and y change continuously in the movie and are shown only fleetingly. Run the movie several times without pausing and ask students to describe what they see. 'How does the mapping arrow change?'<br />
Now PAUSE the movie at judicious points. 'What is the relation between x and y?'<br />
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NOTE: If needed, you can download a free copy of the QuickTime movie player from here:<br />
http://support.apple.com/downloads/#quicktime

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#### Mapping diagram: find the function (B)

This is the second of a series of Starter activities in which students are shown a movie of a mapping diagram and are asked to identify the function.<br />
The values of x and y change continuously in the movie and are shown only fleetingly. Run the movie several times and ask students to describe what they see. 'How does the mapping arrow change?'<br />
Now PAUSE the movie at judicious moments. 'What is the relation between x and y?'<br />
<br />
NOTE: If needed, you can download a free copy of the QuickTime movie player from here:<br />
http://support.apple.com/downloads/#quicktime

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