Students will first explore an example of a heating schedule of a building. The graphs on page 2 do need to be drawn in. Look at the 1st page and you can draw what ever you feel is best. It doesn't matter. The students will just look at the movement when you change it.
They will then look at the graph x^2 using their calculator along with the graph of x^2+2. They will discuss what happened to the graph. They will do this then with other examples that model horizontal and vertical shifts and come to conclusions about what the equation looks like to produce these shifts.
They then practice graphing the absolute value function with shits.
The last page is practice writing the equation given the shift and at the end is a concept summary of what the rules are for shifting the graph.