Here3 is one I made last week.
I plan on using this with my freshmen sometime early first semester. There are a plethora of questions that can be asked, depending upon the concepts your students have learned. Some examples are:
- What is the midpoint of segment AB?
- What is the length of segment BC?
- What is the distance from A to C?
- What three dimensional figure is created when AB is rotated around the y-axis?
- Draw a segment from point B to point D. What is the area of triangle BDC?
- Draw the graph of f(x) + 2.
- What are the zeros of f(x)?
- What is the domain of f(x)?
- What is the range of f(x)?
So, you get the idea. What other questions can you come up with?
1 Dan Greene has some of the best stuff out there when it comes to multiple representations. I’ve used this on composite functions and this on transformations. Good stuff.
2 There are some nice activities at the Pre-AP site. I really like the idea of adapting released free-response questions too.
3 Here is the worksheet .doc or .pdf Only want the graph? Here you go .png