These task cards are a great way for students to practice graphing absolute value functions and identifying and describing their characteristics. More specifically, students will…
• Recognize and graph the absolute value parent function
• Identify the graph and write the equation of a transformed absolute value parent function
• Identify the transformations and write the equation when given a graph of a transformed absolute value parent function
• Graph an absolute value function using a transformational approach
• Identify or describe the following characteristics of Absolute Value Functions: domain, range, zeros, intercepts, increasing/decreasing intervals, and end behavior.
There are so many ways to use task cards in the classroom. I have included a few of my favorite ways to use them in the preview of this product, but feel free to use the cards however you would like!
This resource has 20 task cards (2 per page), a 2 page student activity sheet, and an answer key! See the preview for a closer look at the questions.
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