This is a graphic organizer foldable used to help students differentiate and understand everything there is to know about discrete and continuous graphs. The student puts the foldable together with a few folds and cuts. Next, they trim out all of the information: 2 definitions, 12 examples, and 2 graphs and glue them into the foldable in the correct location. Finally, they find the domain and range of each graph.
Great as a graphic organizer while teaching the concept or as a review. 5 pages. Directions and photos of completed foldable (used as key) included.
Also available: Discrete & Continuous Graphs Practice
This resource can also be found in my Functions Activity Mini-Bundle
which contains 5 activities and 3 foldables related to Functions and it's associated topics such as domain & range, independent/dependent variables, function notation, etc.
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This product can also be found in my Functions Unit Bundle
which contains an entire unit of Functions & Relations, Domain & Range, Independent/Dependent Variables assignments, activities, quizzes, foldables, a project and a set of 10 exit tickets - all the work is done for you in this bundle!
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