Calculus Continuity Foldable Engaging Activity in Trifold format
This resource is designed for first semester Calculus students and is from Unit 2, Limits and Continuity. The trifold contains three activities in one
, is paper friendly, and can be used in Interactive Notebooks if desired.
In section one, the students familiarize themselves with the rules and conditions for continuity at a point
As they open the trifold, they find section two which has three examples of discontinuous functions. Opposite of that, students write the reasons in their own words
why the function is discontinuous.
As they open the trifold fully, students work on the third section. They determine which graph
, from a separate page of six graphs, meets specified conditions
. They can cut and paste the graph or just write the correct letter in the space.
In the fourth section of the trifold, students sketch a graph of their own discontinuous functions
which meet given conditions.
On the back,there is room for notes or the foldable can be attached to an interactive notebook.
Easy two sided printing directions are included as well as the answer key. This activity is tree friendly the foldable uses one sheet of paper
, plus 1/2 sheet for the graphing activity.
This fun learning activity can be used as enrichment, homework, group work, or even as an assessment.
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