This resource is appropriate for first semester Calculus and is from the unit on Limits and Continuity, usually Unit 1.
Task Cards are great whether printable or digital. Students work one or two problems at a time, digesting the material into chunks. This activity includes 18 problems which become more difficult with the numbering system. This will give you flexibility in assigning them. # 1- 14 have students finding the values, if any, for which the function is discontinuous. There is a good variety of functions. For #15- 18, students find the value of a variable, k, which makes the function continuous.
This resource includes the digital task cards plus a digital answer sheet. A printable answer sheet is also included should you want a blended activity. Your students can enter their answers on the individual slides or use the response sheet. Because each student has their own digital copy, they can also make notes on the slides and refer to them later for review. As with traditional task cards, students can work alone or in groups. This activity can also be used for HW or an assessment.
Detailed illustrated instructions on accessing and sharing this resource with your students are included as well as the link to the product. An answer key is included.
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