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AP Calculus HOT TOPICS: Introducing Slope Fields
This HOT TOPIC is made for your AP Calculus students to introduce the concept of visualizing a differential equation and to help them gain proficiency in their ability to sketch slope fields, distinguish between slope fields and find particular solut

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Enjoy the following products at this fantastic price! Six PowerPoints all with student note sheets, 3 labs and eight additional assignments! Here is what you'll get... (Please visit each product for the specific previews.)
PowerPoint Introduction To Distance, Displacement, Speed, and Velocity
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Slope Formula Graphic Organizer Work Paper
This is a single page PDF file that assists students in solving problems involving the slope formula.
I use this instead of notebook paper when I introduce the Slope Formula.
Using this work paper helps my students; especially the ones that struggle wi

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Appropriate for a 7th-9th grade physical science class, this is a 16 slide PowerPoint with accompanying student note sheets. Acceleration is defined, as well as positive/negative acceleration. There are example problems that walk students through the process of calculating acceleration. Speed/tim

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Also included in: Force and Motion Physical Science Bundle: Forces, Speed and Newton's Laws

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In this inquiry lesson, students discover basic information about linear equations and y = mx + b. The context of temperature allows for realistic meaning for positive and negative values for both the slope and the y-intercept. Students work with tables, graph, and equations as they find how tempe

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Also included in: Slope Intercept Form Activity Bundle

Slope Notes Foldable for Interactive notebooks
A simple foldable for students to include in their interactive notebooks when introducing Slopes of Lines. Includes Positive Slope, Negative Slope, Undefined Slope and Zero Slope.
Print as a two-sided document. Each print out provides a foldable for t

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Also included in: Finding the SLOPE of a Line Bundle

This is a set of digital notebook pages that introduces slope, types of slope and how to find slope. Students will fill page 1 full of information on slope. Page 2 is a simple pages on types of slope. The additional 3 pages teach students to find slope from a graph, table and a pair of ordered pairs

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This powerpoint begins with a warm up where students use a table to create the graph of the equation. Next, students are asked to find the slope of the line they just graphed. This example is used to illustrate how the values in a slope intercept equation relate directly to the graph of the equati

I used this project for my 7th grade students when they were first introduced to slope. They were told that they are having a pizza party and need to decided which company is the best deal. The cost of the toppings end up being the slope. The students had a lot of fun with it.

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Students will be introduced to slope by examining two different graphs of checking accounts. After a class discussion, students will take notes on slope and will learn how to find the slope of a line through "Rise over Run" and "Change in Y over Change in X". They will get to practice each approac

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After introducing slope conceptually and adding the two skills of finding slope from a graph using rise over run and from two points using a formula, I wanted to give my students some time to practice.
I gave these two slope centers for 10 minutes each and at a third station students were able to m

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This activity provides teachers with 10 stations and an answer key for creating slope intercept form equations. I use this activity on the very first day that I introduce slope intercept form. These stations help students practice writing equations in slope intercept form and also identifying the

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This is to help introduce slope for the first time based on the fact that students have previous knowledge of proportional relationships. It helps them to understand that slope is the same thing as unit rate, the rate of change, and constant of proportionality. They will then brainstorm where slop

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These notes are used to introduce slope and how to find it on a graph. Students learn about the how to use rise over run on a line to find the slope. They are also introduced to the four different types of slope. Students thoroughly enjoy doodling and coloring their notes and it seems to make the to

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Use this activity to introduce to slope-intercept to middle and high school students. Students will graph various functions in y=mx+b form and examine how changing the slope and intercept affects the graph. (Two variations are included: one using a graphing calculator, one using function tables!)

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This is a bi-fold foldable that helps develop slope conceptually through shapes, graphs, counting, and equations. It takes a different approach to the slope formula by instead using the stack and subtract method. It also introduces slope-intercept form.

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This guided notes page will lead the students through finding slope from a graph and a set of ordered pairs. Students are also introduced to slopes of vertical and horizontal lines. These guided notes end with several application questions on rate of change.
This is a great tool to use before g

This unit is a pre-algebra patterning unit designed for the middle years. The unit includes 15 pages of worksheets as well as all of the answers. Fits well with the Ontario grade 8 curriculum.
1) Introduces basic patterning concepts: intervals, extensions, steps, inputs and outputs.
2) Introduces

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I use this in my Algebra 1 class to introduce slope. I start out with a story about my "first skiing experience." I explain how when I was on the ski lift it was fun and I had a "positive experience." Then I was going way too fast down the hill and my feelings were very negative. Then I got to t

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This is an introduction to Equations of lines. In this lesson, students are introduced to slope and the types of slopes with linear functions. The students are introduced to the slope formula and given examples of finding slope with two points and also finding a missing coordinate if given the slo

This one page task can be used as a short assessment. It shows the student 6 differential equations and 6 matching slope fields. Students must think "what is the differential equation telling me about the slope of a function?" The slope field "paints" a picture of what the differential equation

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Introduce slope-intercept form and teach students how to graph using slope and y-intercept. 2 pages plus answer key.

Help students make connections between tables, graphs, and equations!
This worksheet provides 4 problems (1 per page). For each problem, students graph the given equations using 3 methods: a table of values, x and y intercepts, and slope intercept form.
I often use this to teach the various meth

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In this activity, students will complete measurement conversions between the customary and metric system.
This set includes 16 task cards where student will need to use their knowledge of measurement conversions to answer various real-world word problems. This is a great activity to introduce slope

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