Guided notes teaching how to graph square root and cube root functions by translating the parent function. I teach my students to use the "base points" [ (0, 0), (1, 1), and (4, 2) or (-1, -1) for square/cube root] and then transform them using (h, k) or vertex form. They also must be able to determine transformations and equations from a graph. The notes are a summation of the whole unit so they must graph equations at the end and also find the domain/range as well as find x- and y-intercepts algebraically. The performance question at the end has them match graphs to given equations. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.
*Note: These notes are LONG. If you are not teaching a 90 minute block I would split them into two days. My honors classes finished them in about an hour, but two 45-minute days would probably be better for regular classes.