Transforming Quadratic Functions: Translating/Shifts, Vertical stretch or compression and reflection over the x-axis.
There are two parts to this lesson. First there is an overview of how
a, h, and k relate to transforming the parent quadratic function in vertex form, followed by several practice problems on the worksheet. From there, a few different options are possible for using the transformation cards. I have outlined different instructional strategies to use with this lesson.
Page 1: Notes for transforming the parent quadratic function and practice problems. Students are given the transformations in words and have to create the transformed mapped function.
Page 2: Answer Key
Page 3: Teacher notes for activity, create and build functions using transformation cards; cooperative learning; formative assessment; extension
Pages 4-9: Transformation Cards