A square is divided into four sections that each describe how to find the domain and range when given data in four different formats (ordered pairs, a table, a diagram, and a graph). Students can fill in the blank square or you can provide the already filled in square (though I recommend filling in the blank better because you can step through the methods with the students).
Or you can use the completion of this graphic organizer as a grade and use the filled in square as your rubric/key.
Each corner is folded down toward the center of the organizer to create a diamond shape. Each flap is then labeled with the titles "When given a Table," "When given Ordered Pairs," "When given a Diagram/Map," and "When given a Graph."
This is a great tool to use for when students have been introduced to the conceptof domain and range. Graphic organizers should be used to organize current knowledge, not presented before that knowledge is ever introduced.