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As your students try to sneak cell phone usage into your lesson, make them consider the costs associated with international travel!
In this project, you will receive three separate assignments.
In “Cell Phone Comparison” students will become familiar with writing linear equations from cell phone

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This resource includes FOUR different linear equation projects from basic to advanced levels of Pre-Algebra and Algebra.
The real life topics:
• Cell phone plans
• Exchange rates
• Temperature conversions
• Frequent flyer miles
Linear representations:
• Equations

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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on graphing linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on graphing linear equations.
I have also included stations-style cards describing ea

This hands-on graphing project has students measuring, collecting data, plotting points to make scatter plots, analyzing correlation, interpolating, extrapolating, finding slope and building line of fit equations as they grow and care for their cups of grass over the course of 20 days. Piecewise fun

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Growing up, one of my favorite computer games was Roller Coaster Tycoon. It was so fun to dream and design my very own amusement park! To try and build a variety of rides, and make sure park visitors had everything they needed to stay happy and keep coming back-I loved the challenge!
Now, you can g

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Discover linear equations the fun way. This is a 5 day project that is ready to use. Implementing it in your class will be as easy as pi.
Students will need access to a computer or iPad. They will use a powerful online graphing calculator to create a drawing of the Eiffel tower via www.desmos.co

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This Differentiated Algebra in the Medical Field Project focuses on taking measurements and collecting data, re-arranging formulas, solving and graphing linear equations, and systems of equations in the context of real world formulas and equations used in the medical field. This project is a perfect

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Fun project for algebra students. They are given the streets of a town represented by linear equations and are told to graph them on a coordinate grid and then answer questions involving writing equations of lines in slope intercept form.

This snowflake project is great for test prep during winter math in algebra and more. The project is available for purchase here. This ready-to-use project applies slope and linear equa

This is the stained glass window project on steroids. Each student is given a list of conditions to choose from. They will choose 1 from each section and graph lines given those conditions. After graphing, students will create a table of information about each line. The table must include the number

Students will get to draw an animal on a graph. They will have to write equations of 12 total lines in point-slope form, slope intercept form, and standard form. They will have to identify slopes, intercepts, parallel, and perpendicular lines. Fun math and art project!

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This project is great for students to complete as a cumulative review to modeling one step linear equations (SOL 6.18). This project allows students to be creative while practicing modeling one step linear equations using concrete materials. Students are also required to show how they solved for t

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Students will create a system of linear equations to solve a problem involving money. I have uploaded it in Word so that it is editable.

Students are asked to compare offers from three different vendors seeking to publish the school yearbook. They must write the equations and calculate profits based on price and number of projected sales.
This project uses the TI-83 calculator.
This project encourages higher order thinking and st

This is 3 levels of differentiation of the same project. Your students will not know the difference immediately. They are all comparing cellular plans but the process and depth of knowledge is different for each project. All of the students in your class can be served with this project.
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Students can practice their knowledge of linear equations and apply it to the real world by creating equations to represent how long it would take them to be able to afford certain items based on the job which they work. Students learn life lessons (like going to college will set you back 50,000) as

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Students play battleship, find the slopes of the their ships, write the equations of the those ships (in slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard form), identify which are parallel and perpendicular. Students then think critically about what the real life meaning of those slopes would mean on the

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This project allows students to investigate a simple application of a linear equation. This investigation utilizes algebraic, numerical, graphical, and verbal representations of this application. It can be done in groups or individually, at home or in class.

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Engage students with this Linear Equation project. Students will practice graphing and applying Slope Intercept Form.

Students selected a picture and traced the picture onto graph. Following that step, students had to draw line that naturally occurred within the diagram. Once the lines were drawn, students used their knowledge of linear equations to write the equation of each of those lines.

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This is a good project to end your unit on linear equations and systems of equations. Students will be given a "profile" of a graph that states characteristics of the lines (ex. positive/negative slope, y-intercept, solutions, etc.) They will then go through pictures of various graphs to determine

Engage students with this Linear Equation project. Students will practice graphing and applying Slope Intercept Form. This version is more guided and the teacher will include four lines of equations.

This project provides students with multiple ways of expressing their understanding of linear equations, x and y intercepts, slopes, and the graph of a line.
This project can be used as an assessment particularly for students who struggle with formative assessments in a test forma

This is the perfect activity or project for your students to show off their creativity while finding the slope between two points and writing equations in slope-intercept form from one point and the slope. This can be assigned as a take-home project, an activity during class, or used during math cen

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The project is the core of what I have built my classroom around. Scaffolding learners to real world projects. This bundle includes the 105+ math projects I have written. This is over 2,700 pages of content.
21st Century Math Projects each scaffold through an authentic context and math skill buildi

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Slope, Graphing, & Linear Equations - a variety of unique activities and resources:
Save money by getting 19 sets of resources in one bundle! These activities will help your students with slope and graphing.
(For an even bigger bundle that includes systems of equations, solving, quadratics, a

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Graphing Linear Equations Quilt Project
I have created this project as a fun way to get my kids excited about graphing lines. I have always found that including art and coloring with math gets kids a bit more excited about learning and as an added bonus- they look great as classroom decorations whe

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Linear Equations Choice Board Projects
I created this choice board for my linear equations unit to incorporate more differentiation and vary the types of formative assessment. Students chose one project from each column, so they did three tasks total. They really did a great job, and I really fel

After a couple years of teaching systems and linear equations, I knew I needed to add some kick. Students will make choices that will affect the launch of their album. Layered with reading, students will make choices within a budget that will affect the cost and revenue of their album. The project b

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Utilize tobacco use in an investigation of number sense, linear functions, and scatterplot. Students will find out the startling truth behind the amount of cigarettes a smoker may use in their lifetime, the financial cost of the habit (including inflation), as well as the foretold effect on their he

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Students will graph 18 equations written in slope-intercept form. They will then darken the lines and color however they like creating a picture with a stained glass effect. This is a great activity that goes beyond the worksheet! You can save paper by printing the instructions on one side and the g

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Bring real-world applications that are relevant to students with this linear equations project on college costs. Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students ready for systems of equations, students e

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The graphing linear equations unit plan covers 13 full days of lesson plans designed for 90 minute Algebra classes. Included are warm ups, notes, worksheets, projects and assessments. All you need to do is supplement a few things such as homework assignments!

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This is my twist on a popular Algebra game, Linear Battleship. Students will work on graphing and reading graphs of linear equations. I've found that students are usually better at graphing the lines than writing the equations of graphed lines. These fun few assignments help reinforce those skills (

This TWO-PERIOD (or 90-minute) activity is designed to come BEFORE learning about slope. It will allow students to discover through experiments what slope means and how to find it. Students will drop tennis balls, baseballs, and "SuperBalls" and measure their bounce heights from various distances.

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Students will be given 9 sets of the following information:
*An equation in POINT-SLOPE FORM
*An equation in STANDARD FORM
*An equation in SLOPE-INTERCEPT FORM
*The SLOPE of the line
*The X-INTERCEPT of the line
*The Y-INTERCEPT of the line
*The GRAPH of the line
Students will need to match each o

This ready-to-use project applies slope and linear equations to the beauty of snowflakes. Students graph from equations, write equations, and design their own snowflakes.
Included in this resource:
- Part 1: Students calculate slope from existing snowflakes (write the equation o

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Linear Functions & ART? Gasp as creativity flows out of students in this synthesis level project. Revel in the algebra objectives met simultaneously. Reinforce understanding of writing linear equations with this Writing Linear Function Art Project. Students create a unique design with only l

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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on solving systems of linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on systems.
I have also included stations - style cards describing each tas

Student put on their entrepreneur and investor hat to make expense and revenue projections for a business. Students will work through a variety of entrepreneurial dilemmas and help small business owner make decisions relative to their break even point.
In the final project, students will play the

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This is an at home project I had my Algebra students do after they learned how to write the equation of a line in slope intercept (y-mx+b) form given two points on the line. This project involves the students choosing a national flag to graph on a coordinate plane. A complete scoring tool is provi

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This unit plan includes a 15 full days of lesson plans designed for 90 minute Algebra classes. Included are warm ups, notes, worksheets, projects and assessments.
All you need to do is supplement a few things such as homework assignments and notes! Answer ke

Linear Equations. Independent Practice Resource for your Graphing Linear Equations Unit. I used this linear equations booklet in my classroom as both independent practice and as notes for their interactive math notebook . Students will graph 6 linear equations from either Standard Form or Slope-In

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

Algebra that Functions
Writing Linear Equations for Word Problems Related to Teens!
Do you want your middle school students engaged in "writing linear equations" for "word problems they really care about? Do you want an activity that is ready to go in which your students will be

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This is a great Algebra 1 or 2 project. Students have to research the housing market and use the concepts of slope, linear regression, and plotting points on a coordinate plane in a real world setting to analyze 20 homes. I've done this project many times and the students love the connection between

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This 22 page bundle contains 8 of my algebra activities that are in individual listings.
Bundle includes: Meaning of Slope and Y-intercept in the Context of the Problem, Scatterplot Project Using Real Data, Solving Systems of Equations in 3 Ways, Systems of Equations Auto Repair Problem, Systems

This is a project-based assessment over Solving a System of Linear Equations. The student is given a scenario such as "Josh currently has $200 in his savings account and is depositing $50 per month. His brother Jorge currently has $300 in his savings account and is depositing $25 pe

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Linear Equations Project... Stained Glass Window
This project is a great way for students to demonstrate some of the things they’ve learned about graphing equations, they will solve and graph linear equations to create a stained glass window. In addition, they will answer questions pertaining to s

Project to get kids invested... designing cell phone cases! Then they try to sell them, and determine if they make profits. Students design their own case, and then are randomly given sets of cards that tell them cost, how many they've sold, etc. (cards included), they write and graph a linear equat

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This worksheet packet was designed to be used after lecture for extra practice. Charts and rectangular coordinate grids are included to aid in calculating points and then plotting them on the graph. Three methods for graphing lines are included:
• Point Plotting
• X- and Y-Intercepts
• Slope-Interc

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In this Linear Equations QR Code Activity, students find themselves inside the office of a crazed accountant, and must solve multiple types of linear equation problems to unlock his filing cabinet and save an innocent victim before time runs out!!
Students will work together at three different QR

You will receive 6 activities plus walls that teach. These items are all sold individually in my store
1. Matching Linear Equations to their graphs
This activity has 12 full size graphs to place on your walls. Student then must match the equations to the graphs. Equations are in both slope-in

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