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Graphing Quadratics in Factored Form ActivityChristy Plumley- WhiteWhen introducing the topic of graphing quadratics, I like my students to apply their previous knowledge of factoring to a new construct. We investigate the critical parts of a quadratic graph prior to this activity: axis of symmetry,

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Six rounds include practice graphing quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. Students should discuss the problem as they work on it and agree on the correct answer. Once each student in the

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Also included in: Graph Quadratics Activities Bundle

This is a small group activity to review graphing of quadratic functions given in vertex form, standard form, and intercept form. There are three sets of problems that can be given to a group of three students. Each problem has been assigned a number and a letter. All problems with the same numbe

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This activity requires students to identify how a parabola opens and identify the y-intercept from a quadratic in standard form. Then it requires students to factor and solve the quadratic to identify the x-intercepts. Lastly, it has students cut out the correct graph based on the information they

This handout has 3 problems, each of which has 6 parts. It covers Quadratics that are in Standard Form, Vertex Form, and Intercept Form. The 6 different parts are a) opens up or down? b) vertex c) y-intercept d) axis of symmetry e) x-intercepts f) table & graph.

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This file consists of 8 different questions that require students to graph a quadratic in standard form. There are blank copies if you would like to create your own as well. Questions will require students to identify if the quadratic opens upward/downwardif there is a minimum or maximumaxis of symm

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Practice finding the zeros, analyzing key characteristics of quadratic functions, and write quadratic functions in intercept form with this decoder where you can check your answers while you work to make sure you are on the right track. Once students answer a question they must find their answer on

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A scaffolded worksheet/handout that helps students identify and graph the key points a a quadratic function from standard from. It asks them to find the x-intercepts/zeros/roots by factoring. Second, it asks for the y-intercept. Then is has a spot to find the vertex and axis of symmetry. There is a

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The goal of this activity is for students to observe that the x-intercepts can be found by looking at the equation of a quadratic equation in intercept (factored) form, that the axis of symmetry lies halfway between these two points and that the x-coordinate of the vertex is the same as the axis of

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You have several options with this sort.Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in both standard and vertex form. You can also have student match the equations together to work on changing equations from one

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

This Quadratics Flip Book foldable provides a summary of Standard Form, Intercept Form, and Vertex Form of Quadratic functions. Within the foldable are definitions, formulas, examples, and problems for students to complete along with 6 graphs for them to graph using each of the 3 forms. There is roo

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❤ ❤ ❤ 5/26/16: This product is updated with 10 additional Relay Race questions on Graphing Quadratic Functions given in VERTEX FORM❤ ❤ ❤
Relay Race 1 - 10: Quadratic Function written in Standard Form
Relay Race (1 - 10) activities reviews the understanding of graphing quadratic functions. The p

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This matching activity matches quadratic equations in standard and vertex form with their graph. There are 4 levels to the activity, plus several alternative uses.Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

This quadratic bundle several games, sorts, worksheets and walls that teach. Each activity includes direction, teaching ideas, printing instructions along with keys. Many activities have multiple ways to use to make them more versatile.The topics:1) Finding quadratic equations given 2 zeros. -D

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This foldable provides an overview/ comparison of Standard Form, Intercept Form, and Vertex Form of Quadratics. Within the foldable, students are provided with 6 practice problems, where they will graph quadratics using each of the 3 forms. There is plenty of space for work as well as notes/ label

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Also included in: Introduction to Quadratics (Foldable Mini-Bundle)

Slope-Intercept is such a large part in Algebra I. Here is a fun way for students to apply their understanding in a group setting.
Cut out the slope-Intercept cards along with the individual graphs and then laminate. Put students in groups of 3. Give each group 3 slope cards and 3 graph cards.
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This graphic organizer is a great way to let students graph quadratic functions and identify key features of the graph. There are four functions with accompanying (x, y) tables as well as space for students to fill in the y-intercept, x-intercept(s), vertex, axis of symmetry, increasing/decreasing,

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This package has been designed for multiple uses from Graphing Quadratic Equations in all forms to Rewriting Equations to different forms. Great for differentiation.
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* 18 quadratic graphs in 2 sizes: 6 per page and 1 per page
* 18 equations in each format (standard, vertex, and factored

Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Students will:-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and y-intercept.Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in one fo

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Algebra Graphs of Quadratic Functions, Self checking.This new, innovative Task Card bundle is designed for students to use their reasoning skills along with their algebraic skills. Your students will analyze four graphs and determine which graph answers the question on the topics listed below.The ca

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Algebra I - Graph Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form (y=mx+b)
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-2 Days of Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-2 Days of Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-2 Days of Homework (PDF)
-Answer Keys

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This collaborative activity is designed for small groups in Common Core Math 1, 2, or 3. They will discuss and compare the features of the quadratic graph from the three forms of a quadratic function. Students will solidify their knowledge by matching equations to the graphs of a quadratic function

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Twelve rounds include practice or review writing linear equations in slope-intercept form from tables of values, two points / ordered pairs and graphs.Students work with a partner while seated at their desks. They should write in their own notebook or on the blank Answer Sheet (included). At the sa

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