Calculus Interactive Graphs of the Derivatives with GOOGLE® Slides. Paperless and NO PREP for you!
This Teach Interactive™ Resource is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB/BC. This topic is usually found in Unit 3, Applications of the Derivative.
After your students examine three graphs, they determine which is the graph of original function, the graph of first derivative, and the graph of the second derivative, using their knowledge about derivatives, increasing and decreasing functions, max's and min's, points of inflection, etc.
There are sixteen problems. The slides are interactive with students moving their choices to match the correct graph. There is an online student response as well as a printable student response sheet in case you might want a blended approach. The answer key is included, as well as complete illustrated directions on how to access the activity on your GOOGLE Drive and how to share it with your students.
This activity or part of it can also be used as a whole class activity. Many of the examples will lead to great discussions.
The printable version of this innovative resource can be found at •Graphs of the 1st and 2nd Derivatives *Task Cards*, PowerPoint, Graphic Organizer
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Note: You and your students must have access to the internet and have individual FREE Google Drive Accounts to use this resource.
Why Use Teach Interactive™ Google Resources?
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✓ Students can submit work digitally and you can give feedback promptly
✓ Increases student engagement and can be accessed from anywhere
✓ Students can organize their materials in their own Google Drive. Great for Review!
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