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VUX HOY Linear Graph Posters - Horizontal Vertical Lines and Parent Function This file contains a 15 poster assortment to teach students the graph, slope, and equation for the linear parent function along with vertical and horizontal lines. Vux Hoy is a common mnemonic device to help students lea
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This is an interactive page on graphing horizontal and vertical lines. There is space for students to write the equation of such lines, the slope, and a description of the graph. There is also space for students to practice graphing each type of line. This page is easy to use - cut, paste, fill with
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Graphing the Equations of Vertical and Horizontal Lines: Students practice graphing the equations of vertical and horizontal lines through this hidden message activity. Letters of the hidden message have been encoded with the equations of vertical and horizontal lines. Students, equipped with a
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This activity provides notes and 8 practice problems with horizontal and vertical lines. Given one or two clues, the student completes the form to describe the lines. I found that many of my students would state the slope of these lines and forget to write the equationor vice versa, so I created th
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This is a 1-1/2 page document focusing just on the two special cases of linear functions: the horizontal and vertical line. The front page gives the student the opportunity to discover the two lines. T-tables are provided and the student is asked to graph the line and then guess it's name. Once the
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This is a worksheet on graphing linear equations. The worksheet focuses on horizontal and vertical lines. For example x = 2 and y = -1.
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Included in this set are 32 cards containing multiple representations such as graphs and verbal descriptions, in which students must determine the equation of the line. These lines are only horizontal or vertical. This corresponds to (Texas) Algebra 1 TEK: A.2G - write equations and determine the s
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This product includes a poster set and student reference sheet on Horizontal and Vertical Lines. The poster set includes (4) 8.5 x 11 posters. The posters are in color and black and white. There are also 3 different types of student reference sheets. Want to enlarge this poster? Using Adobe Acr
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I love teaching this topic using HOYVUX and my students love it, too! Teaching suggestions and two pages of notes with six detailed examples are included, along with a twenty question worksheet. Check out these related activities! - Slope Intercept Form Notes and Practice (Solving for Y) - Graph
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This worksheet covers writing a linear equation by looking at a graph. The graphs focus on horizontal and vertical lines. For example x = 2 and y = -1. The student looks and the graph and writes the equation below it.
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Graphing the Equations of Vertical and Horizontal Lines: Letters of a winter-themed, hidden message have been encoded with the equations of vertical and horizontal lines. Students decode by graphing. The hidden message leaves students with immediate feedback on the accuracy of their work and makes g
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This foldable has notes and examples for graphing horizontal and vertical lines. It explains the mnemonic device HOY VUX - horizontal lines have zero slope and cross the y-axis and vertical lines have undefined slopes and cross the x-axis. This is perfect for interactive notebooks. They print two
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These worksheets were created to help your student draw horizontal and vertical lines. This will help them form letters such as Aa, Bb, Dd, E, Ff, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Pp, Rr, Tt, u, and Z, as well as shapes such as squares, rectangles, and more. I suggest starting with the widest lines firs
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This is an interactive page on graphing horizontal and vertical lines. There is space for students to write the equation of such lines, the slope, and a description of the graph. There is also space for students to practice graphing each type of line. This is a digital version of the page! It is for
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This foldable provides an organizes visual that compares the equations/ inequalities of horizontal and vertical lines graphed on the coordinate plane. PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Directions & an answer key are provided! This product is also included inThe Ultimate Foldable Bundle
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Also included in: Linear Equations Foldable Bundle

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This simple activity gives students practice identifying horizontal and vertical lines from their equations and/or descriptions. Students can work individually or in pairs to sort the cards into three categories: horizontal lines, vertical lines, or neither. A set of blank cards are provided to a
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Included in this worksheet are 25 problems over horizontal and vertical lines. It is separated into 4 parts: Part 1: Given the equation, identify the slope and graph the line. Part 2: Given the graph, identify the slope and write the equation. Part 3: Given the verbal description, graph the line. T
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This is a 16 page Smartboard lesson reviewing linear equations. All of the equations involve either a horizontal or vertical line. The student looks at the graph of horizontal and vertical lines and then write their equation below the provide graph. Once they have an answer they touch on the key to
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This is a 16 page Smartboard lesson reviewing linear equations. All of the equations involve either a horizontal or vertical line. The student looks at the equation and then uses the provided coordinate plane to graph their answer. Once they have an answer they touch on the key to unlock the padlock
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24 Task Cards to assess your students' understanding of graphing vertical and horizontal lines. Also includes cards to let students write their own unique equation and graph it.
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This product is a half-sheet practice page where students graph horizontal and vertical lines. This is a great way to check for understanding, and works well for interactive notebooks or as an exit ticket!
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Slope of Horizontal and Vertical Lines Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 8.EE.B.6 Everything you need to introduce and practice finding slope of a horizontal and vertical lines. Included in this product: -Slope of Horizontal and Vertical Lines Notes -Slope of Horizontal and Vertical Line
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Do your students need practice writing equations of vertical and horizontal lines? This game will give students a chance to practice writing equations of lines and graphing equations of lines. All lines in the game are vertical and horizontal lines. Students begin with a retro video-game style ga
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Also included in: Slope Intercept Form Activity Bundle

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This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable Word / PowerPoint / Excel of each of the following files: - a more detailed 2-page lesson plan (suitable for trainees) - a less detailed 1-page lesson plan - a PowerPoint on identifying lines as horizontal, vertical or diagonal W
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