Finding Quadratic Equations from Graph~Name That Parabola Poster Project

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Students are given a graph, the must identify the vertex, and x-intercepts. They use this information to find the quadratic equations (in all three formats) for the graph. Students can make posters or glue into their interactive student notebooks.

I use this package as an alternate formative assessment for understanding different forms of quadratic equations. It can be easily modified to assess or review different quadratic topics.

Differentiation

I have included 18 graphs of varying difficulty levels. (given 2 sizes)

9 Basic Level Graphs (a=1 or -1)

9 Advanced Level Graphs (a= ½ , 2 , 3, -1/2, -2, -3)

Alternatives

Students can use the graphs to make wanted signs. Included a wanted poster background. Student pick a crime and reward. The aliases are the equations of the parabola.

Possible Uses

* Bell Work

* Review Station

* Homework Alternative

* Formative Assessment

I use this package as an alternate formative assessment for understanding different forms of quadratic equations. It can be easily modified to assess or review different quadratic topics.

Differentiation

I have included 18 graphs of varying difficulty levels. (given 2 sizes)

9 Basic Level Graphs (a=1 or -1)

9 Advanced Level Graphs (a= ½ , 2 , 3, -1/2, -2, -3)

Alternatives

Students can use the graphs to make wanted signs. Included a wanted poster background. Student pick a crime and reward. The aliases are the equations of the parabola.

Possible Uses

* Bell Work

* Review Station

* Homework Alternative

* Formative Assessment

Total Pages

20 pages

Answer Key

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Teaching Duration

1 hour

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