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Looking for a quick and easy activity to review Point and Slope with your students? This matching activity is perfect to be used any day in your class as it allows students to use the Point Slope formula to determine which set of points match to a given slope.
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This is a complete lesson plan on writing the equation of a line (in Slope-Intercept form) when given the graph of a line. Students will find the y-intercept of the line, then find the slope (by counting or by using the Slope Formula) and substitute the values into the equation of a line.
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This scavenger hunt is meant as a general review over several of the key topics covered while teaching about graphs of linear functions. The slides are editable so you are free to change/remove/add questions as you like.
I used this in my class last week and I figured it was about time I put somet

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Are you looking for Common Core Warm Ups and don't have time to create them. Here is a great one that I created. It is 35 weeks long so it should take you up till May. Enjoy!

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This activity includes 5 stations with different types of slope questions. Students will find slope given ordered pairs, graphs, tables, real life situations and situations where they will have to create the problem.

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I made this worksheet for some practice early on in our unit on generating Equations (or Function Rules, depending on what your textbook calls them) from number sequences.
Students get to choose which section of the worksheet they want to do for their assignment.
Section A has 12 sequences of

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Students will experiment with equations and ordered pairs to gain understanding of individual points as solutions to equations. They will create linear equations to satisfy requirements.
In each “mystery,” students try to guess what equation made the points on a graph. Two points will be reveal

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Have you been desperately trying to align your middle school math curriculum to the common core? If so, this problem solving set is for you (and your students, of course!) This set contains 3 higher level, multi-step problems* specifically aligned to the common core for grades 6-8. These problems

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Seven stations include review writing linear equations into Point-Slope Form, Slope-Intercept Form and Standard Form.
Students work in groups of three, labeling themselves Student A, Student B and Student C. Each student works their own problem at a station in their own notebook. Students then ad

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Also included in: Write Linear Equations Activities Bundle 1

Great Activity for Common Core Standard 8.F.5. Follow the traditional "I Have Who Has" model. Cut out each card leaving a graph on one side and the statement on the other and hand out to students. Have first student read the "Who Has" to begin the activity. Great way to address the "verbal" port

Six rounds include practice or review writing linear equations in slope-intercept form when given two points or given a point and the slope
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Algebra 1 Problem Pass Activities Bundle (37 Activities)
Students work with

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Also included in: Write Linear Equations Activities Bundle 2

In need of something festive for Thanksgiving that also helps students practice graphing and writing linear equations? Look no further! Lines of Turkey has students graph lines from an equation, a point and the slope, and two points. There is also an extension activity for students to practice writi

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This resource includes 8 pages of worksheets. Some of the sheets have students find a function rule from a given table. Some have students create a table and find the Nth term from a given function.
One of the files is a template that you put in a sheet protector and have students use expo markers

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A lesson on LINEAR FUNCTIONS – CALCULATING POINTS brought to you by Tom Foolery!
This lesson was created for students preparing for the 9th grade NYS Common Core Regents Exam in Algebra. This lesson instructs and assesses students on multiple Common Core State Standards.
OBJECTIVE: All students wi

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Linear Equation Card Game Information
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Students are able to understand multiple representations of linear functions. Each set includes a graph, a table, an equation, a point, and a narrative. Each deck includes six sets.
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Print pages; Narrative, Graph, Points, Equations, and Tab

Students race in groups to write linear equations in slope-intercept form from two points!

Students are provided with a verbal description of a linear function. They are responsible for showing/recording that function in a table, an equation and a graph. Additionally, they tell the slope and y-intercept of the equation. Extensions can be made to discuss rate of change and initial value

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This quiz includes five questions on graphing linear functions, five questions on writing a linear equation, and five questions on comparing functions. All questions utilize slope-intercept form, or y=mx + b. This quiz can be used to check for mastery of each of the three concepts. Since I use stand

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Extra practice for students to find the function rule given a table. They are able to use different approaches to find the function rule.

Students gain a deeper understanding of factoring through these real life problems and questions.

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Looking for an activity to teach students how to graph basic functions? This activity has students create a table of values, graph, and equation from a word problem about earning money working for Best Buy.

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Its time to go get the latest iPhone. Which of the above plans will you choose? Should you sign a 2-year contract on one of the above plans to get the iPhone for $200? Or should you go through T-Mobile, pay $648 for the phone and $60 a month for 3 GB of data?
This lesson makes a great intro to l

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Simple linear equations written in slope-intercept form with included Cartesian grids for students to sketch the graphs. Two different version of the worksheet are provided, each has an answer key.
I created a free tool for creating math documents like this. Check out the homepage to download it an

Helpful reference sheet when working with slope.

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