This project is designed for student to show their understanding of the parts of a graph.
- Increasing interval
- Decreasing interval
- End behavior
- Is it a function
I use this package as an alternate assessment for parts of a graph. It can be easily modified to assess or review different graphing topics.
Students are given a graph and items to identify. The student makes up a crime, reward and aliases. They describe the “criminal” using the different parts of the graph:
I have given 2 background for the wanted poster. The smaller graphs are the perfect size for the 8.5 by 11 inch posters.
I have my students use construction paper or poster board. They enjoy making their own backgrounds. Chalk would nice on black construction paper. For these I have included larger graphs that you can print to the size you need.
Designed for Differentiation
I have included 8 graphs of varying difficulty levels.
Basic Level Graphs: A, E, F, H
Advanced Level Graphs: B, C, D, G
Differentiation ideas are included in the instructions (view to preview to see them)
Included in the package:
- Ideas and suggestions
- Printing Ideas
- 8 small graphs
- 2 different Wanted Poster backgrounds
- 8 larger graphs ( print up to 8.5 by 11 in)
- Poster Headings
- Answer Keys
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