Transformation of Graphs Revision Foldable
This purchase includes nine foldables on tranformation of graphs, there are five on translation of graphs (as needed for the 9-1 GCSE Maths) and four foldables that have a mix of transformations e.g. translation, reflection and stretch. The foldables require the students to recall the different transformations (reflections, translations and stretch) naming and describing each transformation.
•Translating Graphs 1; Pupils state the general rules for translation of graphs e.g. f(x)+a. Once complete this could be used as support for pupils to refer to.
•Translating Graphs 2; Specific translations only in one direction, pupils describe and sketch for a function of f(x)=x²
•Translating Graphs 3; Specific translations in one or more direction on the graph of f(x)=x².
•Describing Translations 1; Pupils are given a sketch and from that they describe the translation on the f(x)=x², each translation is in one direction only.
•Describing Translations 2; Pupils are given a sketch and from that they describe the translation on the quadratic function, the translation is in one or more direction.
•Transforming Graphs 1; General rules for translation and stretches, pupils are to describe in words.
•Transforming Graphs 2; Specific transformations on the function f(x)=x² (axis provided)
•Transforming Graphs 3; Specific transformation on any function of your choosing (axis provided)
Foldables can be used as a revision or summary exercise at the end of a topic. As the answers are hidden pupils can use these to ‘test’ themselves or ask someone else such as a parent to test them.
The download will include two versions one in US letter size and the other in A4 paper size, please print to the most appropriate following the print instructions included.
If you like this resource you might also like the transformation of graphs prompt sheet, check it out in the NumberLoving shop.
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