Algebra Graphs of Quadratic Functions Version 2, Self checking.
Your students did well on the first set, but maybe you would like more problems. Graphs of Quadratics is such an important topic in Algebra. This new second set of Task Cards is designed for students to use their reasoning and analytical skills along with their algebraic skills to determine the graphs of quadratic functions. The cards are designed to reinforce concepts taught in class. This activity is appropriate for Algebra, PreCalculus, and College Algebra. Some times One set of cards isn't enough for this topic.
In this resource there are two sets of cards, one with QR codes, and one without. For #1-16 students are given the equation of a quadratic function and must choose from four similar graphs. For #17 - 20, students analyze a graph and determine the quadratic equation.
The cards are organized with a color coding system (and numbering system for like problems) which can help with sorting and or grouping students. Four cards print to a standard sheet of paper.
Students can check their task card answers by scanning the QR code on the set with QR codes. Connection to the internet is not required to scan the code. However, a QR scanner app is required on a device.
Also included is a quiz or homework assignment with 6 problems, a student response sheet, and all answer keys.
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