This foldable helped my students to distinguish where to start when looking at a variety of logarithmic and exponential equations. I hope that it will help yours, too!
The foldable includes space for examples on the front flaps, so that students can compare any problem that they are working with teacher-given examples. Then, the student can open the corresponding flap to see step-by-step instructions for that type of equation. Additionally, the inside of the flap contains space for students to include a worked example, which they can then use as a model.
On the back of the foldable, the students have space for word problem models and examples. I used this for compounding and continuously compounding interest, although you could also opt to include growth and decay models, depending on your class's focus.
Directions for folding and cutting and a teacher guide with some possible example problems are included.
You may also be interested in my Logarithms: Change of Base and Intercepts
task cards! They are great as a station for a unit review, or as a follow-up to video notes in a flipped classroom setting.