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Linear Transformations. Students will compare 32 linear functions to its Parent Function and identify the changes (Steeper/Flatter, Translated Up/Down) in the graphs in this cut & paste activity.
Formatted for use with Interactive Notebooks.
Answer Key provided.
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Also included in: LINEAR EQUATIONS / FUNCTIONS Bundle

Great resource to complement Linear Transformations unit. Students will create a booklet of examples which show the changes in the graphs from f(x) to g(x).
There are two options for this booklet: 1-Students can draw their own graphs in the booklets. OR 2- Teacher can provide the booklets as a f

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Also included in: LINEAR EQUATIONS / FUNCTIONS Bundle

This is a wonderful set of 15 task cards to help your students master linear transformations. Questions range in levels of difficulty and include everything from equations to word problems. Have students work together to complete these, use them as a station activity, or even as an assessment. Enjoy

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This a flip-book covering linear transformations. The student quickly puts the foldable together by simply folding, fastening with 2 stapes and then labeling the tabs. On the first page, the student graphs the parent function and identifies its domain and range.
On the next 3 flaps, shifting up &a

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Also included in: Linear Transformations Mini-Bundle (A3E)

The one-sided notes page provides notes on applying linear transformations to lines other than the parent function. The notes begin with a review of applying transformations to the parent function (2 questions) to warm-up with. Then, the student is given a line and a transformation or two that they

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Also included in: Linear Transformations Mini-Bundle (A3E)

The front of the double-sided notes page is a one-page discovery notes page on transforming the linear parent function. The student uses their graphing calculator to discover what changing m and b does to the parent graph. Then they are given equations and asked to predict what the changes will be a

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In this bundle you are getting the following 3 documents for a 20% discount!
Set of 32 task cards over transformations of linear functions in function notation. Students are given both the equations and graphs.
Task Cards: Transformations of Linear Functions
Set of 8 posters to hang on wall or cop

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This is a mini-bundle of resources covering Linear Transformations. TEKS Aligned: A3E
Linear Transformations are difficult for the average student. These notes and assignments give the student comprehensive and varied practice - enough for 3 days including a quiz! - and especially for practice for

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This is a hands-on activity that can be used to teach linear transformations in an Algebra 1 class. Students will be able to describe the three types of linear transformations - translations, rotations, and reflections. They will use objects (pennies, bolts, beads) to graph lines and move the object

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This is a rotating 6-station review for the Algebra 1 STAAR test over Linear Transformations. The Algebra 1 STAAR typically has anywhere from 4 to 6 questions (see my STAAR Analysis) over Linear Transformations on it and these questions are not the easiest. Therefore, this topic MUST be reviewed bef

This is a one-sided quiz with 10 questions over linear transformations. The quiz begins by having the student graph the linear parent function and state its domain and range. Then, 6 questions follow where the linear parent function is transformed and the student has to write the new equation. Quest

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Also included in: Linear Transformations Mini-Bundle (A3E)

This is a set of 8 posters covering linear transformations in function notation intended to help reinforce vocabulary. You could print and laminate each page individually and hang in your classroom, or you could print all the pages to one page and have as a convenient handout for students.
The tra

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In this activity, students will practice linear transformations while going through a maze. This maze is a good way for the students to be able to check their answers. The key has been included as the preview.

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This is the classwork assignment I give to my students after working through similar examples on the notes sheet. I allow the students to work with their group/partner to complete.
After working through similar examples on the notes sheet, the students are able to work with their group/partner to c

These notes give students a good intro on linear transformations from the parent function y=x. Each problem gives students the graphed parent function and as a class, I go over how to graph transformations using a color pencil of some sort. Great way for students to visually see how changing the slo

This is a game that can be played either as a whole class or in groups of 2-4 students. It involves practicing transformations (translations/vertical shift, reflections across the y-axis, and rotations/change in steepness) on linear equations. It does not cover other types of parent functions (i.e

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This worksheet is given to my students as homework after working through similar examples on the notes sheet and completing their classwork.
After working through similar examples on the notes sheet, the students work together to complete their classwork. Then, I give this worksheet to them as home

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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork/homework. I use composition notebooks so the notes sheets are created so they can be copied, cut, and glued/taped in their math journal.

This Homework assignment goes with my Linear Transformations Notes. This homework assignment has students manipulate the y-intercept and slope of linear parent functions. This homework assignment also has Standardized Test-Like questions related to transformations, having students compare linear fun

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These notes give students a good intro on linear transformations from the parent function y=x. Each problem gives students the graphed parent function and as a class, I go over how to graph transformations using a color pencil of some sort. Great way for students to visually see how changing the slo

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This foldable introduces students to linear transformations by adding a constant to the input and adding a constant to the output.
Students will investigate and describe the transformation by graphing the original function and the transformed function.
SUGGESTED NOTES INCLUDED!
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These notes go over transformations of linear functions: how a linear function is affected when adding/subtracting/multiplying and dividing to the x variable. This also includes graphs to show the students how the graph changes visually.

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Practice finding the linear transformation from one linear equation to the next

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This notes page covers linear transformations of "a" and "d". It contains fun fonts to keep students engaged and learning! It is split pages so it saves on paper and printing time.

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