This activity contains 27 multiple choice questions about functions. Students are asked to evaluate functions, do compositions of functions, analyze graphs of functions, and describe transformations of functions. The zipped folder contains a PDF version as well as an editable Word document version so you can modify the content or difficulty if needed. An answer key is provided.
Ideas for multiple choice:
1. Make colored A, B, C, D, E cards and have students hold up responses so you can informally gauge their understanding.
2. Use the questions in a Google form, Kahoot, Pear Deck, or other online assessment format. I used Haiku, an LMS my district uses. Instead of copying and pasting the actual questions, I gave out a hard copy to the students and had them do the work on there. Then I just created a very skeletal assessment on Haiku that said "Question 1" and "A, B, C, D, E" as the choices. Students selected what they answered for problem 1, and it graded them and gave them immediate feedback.
3. Have students swap with a partner and grade each other. They can then help each other with problems they got wrong, or ask for the teacher's assistance if there's a problem they both got wrong.