Calculus PreCalculus Limits from a Graph with Notes task cards and HW/Quiz
This lesson is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, and PreCalculus for some curricula, and is a great beginning activity in the Limits Unit.
✓ Guided student notes with four examples.
There are two versions, one completed and one left for the students to complete with you in class.
✓ 24 Task Cards
with mostly piecewise continuous functions. Students are to determine the limits, if they exist, from analyzing the graph. My students found the visual aspect of learning limits very helpful. They do not have to identify the functions but that in itself is a goal of mine, to have them identify and possibly duplicate the functions on their graphing calculators. Understanding of this section will help with continuity.
✓ Student recording sheet
✓ All Answer keys
✓ Additional Quiz or HW
with nine questions. The handout can be used as enrichment, homework, group work, or as an assessment.
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