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.
It includes the following:
•Summary of Writing the Standard Form of a Quadratic Function
•Reviewing prior knowledge graphing a Quadratic function in Vertex Form and writing a conclusion of how to go from vertex form to standard form.
•Graphing Quadratic Functions: 3 examples summarizing all steps required to find all the different parts of a Quadratic Function, including:
• Finding the Vertex using the formula
• Finding the Axis of Symmetry using the formula
• Identifying the Minimun and Maximum values from the value of ‘a’
• Identifying Domain and Range of each function
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.