Thursday, December 5, 2013

Graphing quadratic functions foldable

Nothing too fancy or mind-shattering here, but perhaps someone may find this useful. Just a quick, little graphic organizer for the steps I want students to follow to make a nice graph of a quadratic function.

You need to print both pages and copy from one-sided to two-sided so that you can fold over the top and make it look like this:

Students should cut each numbered flap and then fill in each step with an example problem. Here is what the final copy will look like:


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