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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 activity can be used as a summative project to assess students' understanding of linear equations in slope-intercept form and their characteristics. Note: Some or all of the fonts used in this product were obtained from www.kevinandamanda.com
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This assessment reinforces the student's knowledge on solving slope intercept problems. The assessment includes finding the slope intercept form when given points, slope and a point, tables. The activity contains word problems, graphing, converting from standard form and more to reinforce the parts
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This group activity reviews linear equations, slopes and y-intercepts. Students are given 24 cards: 6 different linear equations, 6 slopes, 6 y-intercepts and 6 ordered pairs. The task is to find the corresponding slope, y-intercept and ordered pair for each given linear equation. It introduces
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Students are given a sheet with slope lines drawn out for them. Students work backwards to discover what the slop-intercept form of each line is. Contents -Coordinate graph with 11 sloped lines -Answer Key -Blank page for students to record their answers (Optional) If you are looking for other sl
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Students will make letters with the lines they graph.
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This zombie themed graphing linear equations activity will strengthen your students’ skills at graphing in slope intercept form.After many requests a "Catching Zombies" version has been added. It's the exact same activity and problems but replaces the word "Killing" for "Catching". It's included i
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Graphing & Writing Equations of Lines in Slope-Intercept Form - Visual Interactive "Doodle Notes" *This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED bundle: Slope and Graphing Linear Equations Bundle When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain
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Students will graph 18 equations written in slope-intercept form. All four types of slope are included(positive, negative, undefined, and zero). 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 w
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This slope intercept form activity is a set of matching cards that work on Linear Functions. The are 12 sets for a total of 48 cards. Each set has a graph, table, equation, and verbal description. These are intended to be cut out and used as a matching activity. The numbers and letters on the card
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Included is an activity involving a murder mystery. Students will be performing 3 different types of problems. These include: 1. Converting into slope intercept form. 2. Determining the slope of a graph. 3. Graphing lines given in slope intercept form. Students will need rulers (or a straight ed
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Students will practice graphing linear equations given Standard Form, Slope-Intercept Form and Point-Slope Form Equations. There are THREE LEVELS of equations included to allow for easy differentiation of instruction.Level 1 consists of graphing from Slope-Intercept Form and includes vertical/horiz
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Common Core Standards: 8.EE6, 8.F3, 8.F4 This activity is a fun art/math crossover project. Students will practice graphing lines in slope-intercept form. The equations include lines with positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope.The final product will resemble a stained-glass window that can b
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This Christmas themed graphing slope intercept form activity will strengthen your students’ skills in graphing lines in slope intercept form.How It WorksStudents are given a graph with 12 elves on it and 12 equations. Students will graph an equation and find the elf that it “catches”. They will then
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This foldable walks students through 8 examples. They will learn how to write an equation in slope-intercept form, given: 1. The slope & the y-intercept 2. A graph 3. A point & the slope 4. Two points that the line passes through Pre-requisite knowledge: finding slope (given a graph or tw
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This activity combines the skill of writing linear equations when given either two points or a point and a slope with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly solving equations to solve the mystery of The Stolen Jewelry.Please note: While students will us
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Students will identify the slope-intercept form linear equation with its graph in this 24 problem matching activity. Excellent for reinforcing slope and y-intercept. This activity can also be used to complement a lesson implementing the use of the graphing calculator. Answer Key is provided. CL
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Slope-Intercept Form for Linear Equations - Discovery: This activity is an introduction to Slope-Intercept Form. It is best for when students are able to graph a line using a table, but have not yet been introduced to graphing using Slope-Intercept Form. They are led through a guided inquiry proc
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This is a fun activity that helps students practice graphing equations in slope-intercept form. Expert detective, Ray Radicand, followed his suspect, Mr. M. and saw him enter a pawn shop. Unfortunately the unorganized employee lost track of what each person pawned. Students will graph each linear
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Slope-Intercept Form of a Line - Practice / Review: This game is great practice for finding slopes and y-intercepts. Students play in small groups and take turns. After drawing a card with a graph of a line, the student has a choice whether to cross off the slope of the line OR the y-intercept of
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In this activity students work in small groups to practice writing the equation of a line in slope-intercept form given a graph. All y-intercepts are integers. The answer to one question will lead them to the next. There are 12 question cards included, plus a student recording sheet. YOU MIGH
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This Thanksgiving themed graphing in slope intercept form activity will strengthen your students’ skills in graphing lines in slope intercept form.Students are given a graph with 12 turkeys on it and 12 y=mx+b equations. Students will cut out each equation and graph the line on the turkey graph. T
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Whose Line is It? is an engaging way to get students graphing lines in slope intercept form. This resource is intended to be classwork, homework, bellwork, a partner activity, cooperative learning, and/or engaging. It is a great way to prepare them for solving systems of equations by graphing.
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This foldable organizes the steps/ process for graphing a linear equation using slope-intercept form. Step 1: Rewrite the equation in slope-intercept form Step 2: Identify the slope and the y-intercept Step 3: Plot the y-intercept Step 4: Use the slope to plot additional points (using the y-int
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