With references for domain, range, increasing and decreasing in interval notation, zeros, vertex, and axis of symmetry, this word wall is perfect for a bulletin board in your Algebra 2 classroom.
Also recently included are 3 nonlinear graph anchor charts for absolute value, quadratic and radical graphs. With the graphs come reference cards for each graph's vertex, domain, range and equation. I refer to these 3 graph posters just about every day in my Algebra 2 classes to emphasize the link between a graph, its equation, its vertex and its domain and range.
*You can see a video of one of the 3 newly-added nonlinear graphs here
. In addition to this radical graph are similar ones for quadratics and absolute value.*
We refer to this word wall every day in my Algebra 2 classes. My students like the reminders for how to note domain, range, increasing and decreasing and how vertex shifts relate to equations in vertex form. I refer to the 3 nonlinear anchor charts throughout the year to remind students how an equation relates to its graph's vertex and how to find domain and range of these 3 example graphs.
Algebra 1 Word Wall
Domain and Range Sorting Activity
Algebra 2 Activities Bundle