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This foldable is organized by two major tabs. 1. Students will label slope-intercept form with m (slope) and b(y-intercept) as well as write equations for 5 lines that are graphed. 2. Students will be guided through 2 real world application of writing equations from a graph. It also provides a g
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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. This less
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8th Grade Math Common Core Warm-Up Program Revisit the Standards Throughout the School Year I am excited to introduce a set of 120 daily warm-ups that can be used to support and to implement the teaching of the Common Core Math Standards. To fully understand the scope of this program please click
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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class on writing the equation of a line (in Slope-Intercept form) when given the coordinates for two points that the line passes through. Students will first use the Slope Formula to find the slope of the line. They will then substitute the slope
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Does the interest you receive from an account actually meet the bank’s claim??? This lesson will reinforce the theory of graphing data, defining variables, making projections for the future, and formulating a conclusion. The use of spreadsheet software or graphing calculator would enhance the stu
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These 120 Powerpoint lessons work hand in hand with the Saxon Course 3 math textbook. If you do not teach the Saxon program then these Powerpoints can be used to help teach the 8th grade Common Core. Each Powerpoint consists of a lesson overview which includes formulas and direct instructions. After
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Students will first write a prediction indicating which of two lines they think will have a steeper slope and explain their reasoning. Next, they will graph both lines on one coordinate grid to visually be able to see steepness. Students are given slopes of positive, negative, and fractional value
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