The topics included are the following:
Graphing the Parent Function y= x^2 using a table of values
Graphing translations of the parent function using a table of values
Identifying the Vertex from the graph
Identifying the Axis of Symmetry from the graph
Identifying the Minimun and Maximum values from the graph
Identifying Domain and Range of each function from the graph
Error analysis problem with room for writing student explanations
Summary and Vertex Form Equation
Different conditions are presented to cover all the different cases including an error analysis problem.
This graphic organizer uses the Frayer Model concept with modifications. It can be used as a review guide before a test or it could also be used instead of notes; students actually prefer this type of note taking format. It also can be used as a foldable for an interactive notebook.
I hope this organizer is helpful to you and your students; I would love to hear back from you and see how it helped you.