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This is a great foldable for an interactive math journal! It provides key vocabulary terms, examples, and graphing practice.
Copy this document two sided for an easy, no prep lesson!

Included is a foldable on slope. Students can use the foldable to help them study for a test. This is a great hands on activity for any grade level learning about slope.
Students will be giving an example of a positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope. In addition, students will have an exam

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This foldable compares positive slope, negative slope, zero slope, and no slope. Under each tab there is an example of finding slope given a graph (to show rise/ run) and from two points (slope formula). This is a great item to add to your interactive math notebook!A detailed answer key is include

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This foldable provides students with 8 examples of how to write & graph equations in point-slope form. It is designed so that the teacher can guide students through an example and then have the students try one just like it, immediately following.
There are four different types of problems:

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Also included in: Linear Equations Foldable Bundle

This 4 part foldable covers how to use point-slope form of linear equations in 3 different ways.
1) Write the equation when given a point and a slope.
2) Write the equation when given 2 points.
3) Graph a line when given an equation in point-slope form.
Also included is a warm up and homework to c

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Also included in: Equations of Linear Functions Activity Bundle

*Point-Slope Form foldable for use in math interactive notebooks.
*Answer key for foldable
*12 Stations for practice using Point-Slope Form:
-graph from one point and slope
-write an equation from a graph containing two points (point-slope form and slope intercept form)
-write an equation from one

This is a comprehensive flip book covering Slope. The front page is used for the student to write all definitions, formulas and types of slope. From there, 5 more pages follow for finding the slope from:a descriptiona table of valuesan equationa graph 2 points on the line. Each flap contains at leas

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Foldables Bundle

Foldable for use in math notebooks.
Finding slope from:
-a graph
-a table
-2 points
-an equation in standard form (2 methods: using intercepts, changing to slope intercept form)
Answer key included!

Included is a foldable on the different types of slope. This foldable is a great way for students to distinguish the difference between a positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope (no slope). In addition, students will learn how to determine the slope given a table (or two points), graph, and e

Foldable is perfect for organizing the four ways to find slope; from a graph, from two points, from a table and from an equation in slope-intercept form: y=mx+b. Sample problems for each topic is given and solved along with directions on how to print and have students create the foldable. I use nume

This Power Point provides students with 4 teacher led practice examples, each followed by a similar example for students to try on their own. Students will learn how to write an equation in point-slope form, given: a point & the slope, a graph, or two points. They will also practice graphing a

Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces writing linear equations in point-slope form. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can be used to reinforc

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Also included in: Linear Functions Mega Bundle: No Prep Foldable Lessons

This foldable handout can be used to demonstrate the connection between a ratio table and the concept of slope. Students start by filling in a ratio table (values provided by you to give greater flexibility), translate that table into points and then graph them. From there, students can make observa

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2 Foldables included:
Types of slope: positive, negative, 0 and undefined
How to find the slope from a graph, table, and 2 points.

Students will learn to derive linear equations from various different forms. For Linear Functions, students must be able to find an equation with a various given information: slope and a point, two points, slope and y-intercept, etc. In this worksheet, students will practice deriving linear equation

This foldable is designed for math interactive notebooks!This foldable walks students through the process:1. Write an equation in point-slope form given a point and a slope, and graph it2. Determine the point and slope from an equation3. Rewrite an equation in point-slope form into slope-intercep

Also included in: Algebra 1 - Linear Functions Foldables & Task Cards - BUNDLE Part 2

Students love foldables for notes! This one covers slope - finding it from two points, an equation, and a graph. These fit perfectly in a composition book for interactive notebooks or can be used on its own. Key included.
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Three Ways to Find Slope Foldable:This foldable to teach your students 3 different ways to find slope:1. From a graph using rise and run.2. From a table, finding the change on "y" over the change on "x"3. From 2 points, using the slope formula.Great to summarize 3 methods and improve student's und

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Also included in: LINEAR FUNCTIONS. UNIT 5. ALGEBRA 1 Foldables Bundle

Attached is a zip file with two documents: 6 stations on point-slope formula, and a recording sheet for student answers. The stations are scaffolded from 1 - 6. Skills include identifying point-slope formula, extracting the specific point from the formula, and graphing a function in point-slope form

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Perfect notes and practice on writing an equation in point slope form and then converting from point slope to slope intercept and point slope to standard form.

This foldable is for writing linear equations from a graph, slope and a point, and two points.
Each section includes an example for the instructor to guide students through, as well as practice problems for the students to try on their own.

This 10- question, self-grading assignment (works great for class work or homework!) provides students with basic practice graphing and writing equations using point- slope form. The following types of questions are included:Graph a line given the equationWrite an equation given the point and slope

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Digital Assignments for use with Google Forms SEMESTER 1

This foldable should be printed front and back and cut along the dotted lines and creased on the solid lines. It is perfect for interactive notebooks and gives the opportunity to organize four different ways slope is identified: from two points, a graph, table, slope-intercept formula.

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