This print-and-go QuickNotes and poster set is an easy way to review types of graphs, graphing skills, and variables with your students! Have you ever needed a clear, concise set of notes and practice for your students? Do your students forget the difference between scatter plots and line graphs, or consistently forget to label their axes on graphs? If so, this is a perfect one-class activity for review and future reference!
The QuickNotes activity is a foldable with a graphing checklist and 4 practice graphs. You will also get a set of posters with two different mnemonics to help students identify the parts of a graph and the difference between the independent and dependent variables on a graph. Use the QuickNotes to review the parts of a graph and how to graph, hang the posters for a quick and easy reference at any time, and watch your students' graphing comprehension and skill grow!
This download includes the following:
**A teacher's guide with tips and tricks for using these notes
**3 different versions of foldable notes sized to fit in an interactive composition notebook, from a fully filled-in page to a blank outline- add as much or as little detail as your students need!
**A graphing checklist and pocket for student reference- this can be laminated and reused over and over again!
**A practice booklet with 4 different types of graphing
**A set of TAILS mnemonic posters that guide students through the 5 essential elements of a graph
**A set of TAILS descriptors/prompts that match the posters (for example, "Is your title clear and descriptive?")
**A set of DRYMIX posters that help students remember the properties of and axes for independent and dependent variables