This is a brief quiz that can be given to the students after they have started to learn how to graph. It does not follow the order of the book, but I usually use it after I have taught graphing lines (and inequalities) by table and intercepts. I also threw in some verbal function problems because I always start the graphing unit with them. I don't have the students graph the functions, but I have them create the equations, plug in the values, and solve them. This is very similar to what they had just finished with the solving equations & inequalities, so I think that it fits better this way. Also, because they usually struggle with the word problems, I start with them so we have more time to practice them. I also teach inequalities the same time I teach lines so they have more time to practice them.
This quiz has 6 problems, and should take the students a maximum of 15 minutes. If it takes them longer, they probably don't understand it. I always tell my students that I will give points for trying, especially on a quiz like this. This quiz is good because it can let me get a feel for what they understand and where they are making mistakes. There are 2 graphing with a table (1 equation & 1 inequality), 2 graphing with intercepts (1 equation & 1 inequality), and 2 creating a function and solving.