This file contains 26 questions requiring students to interpret graphs and functions. I made it for a very basic-level Algebra 2 class, but I think it would also be appropriate for Algebra 1 students.
The questions aim to relate to real-world situations and get students to make connections between how they can do algebraic work to analyze a function, or how they can look at its graph. The questions ask about domain/range, inputs/outputs, intercepts, what type of function is used to model, etc.
The zipped file contains 2 items:
- A PowerPoint with 26 question slides and 1 answer key slide
(This is editable in case you'd like to modify the content or difficulty level.)
- A PDF version with 26 question pages and 1 answer key page
(This is provided in case you don't have Microsoft Office. It will open on any device.)
You could shrink these down and give it out as a packet. I chose to project them and do a rotating partner activity to answer the questions. You could also use them for a game like trash ball or eraser slide with the students working individually or in teams. Feel free to reach out to me for more ideas! These questions could be adapted in many capacities but provide good graphs and a good base for whatever you have in mind so you don't have to make it yourself!