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This game is ideal for any algebra unit that involves writing equations in slope-intercept form. It consists of 22 reusable “What equation am I?” cards that can be easily laminated, cut up, and distributed to students to play a reusable who-can-get-the-most-correct-answers game. Students are also

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Guided notes teaching students how to write equations in slope-intercept form when given a graph, a slope and a y-intercept, and a verbal explanation. The notes also teach how to transform equations in slope-intercept form when given vertical shifts and "stretches" in the steepness/flatness of the l

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A quick review of finding the slope of a line given two points. Also allows students to use their knowledge of slope to graph lines given various pieces of information (i.e. draw a line with a slope of 5 that includes the point 0, 3) as a means to begin connecting slope and graphing to slope interce

There are three types or formats of linear equations or functions that are typically taught in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Math I (standard form, SIF and point-slope). The attached MS PowerPoint slideshow describes in detail the steps I use to convert a linear equation in standard form to slope-inte

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There are three types or formats of linear equations or functions that are typically taught in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Math I (standard form, SIF and point-slope). The attached MS PowerPoint slideshow describes in detail the steps I use to convert a linear equation in slope-intercept form (SIF)

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This PDF is of a Nearpod presentation about the slope-intercept form. It will give you a glimpse of what you can expect from Nearpod and its capabilities to enhance your classroom experience. Via this presentation, your students will review of the parts of the slope intercept equation form (y=mx+b).

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I find my Algebra students very comfortable with slope intercept form for equations of lines. Many students will take a standard form equation and convert it into slope intercept form to graph the line. When we get to linear programming, all of the constraints are typically in standard form. I en

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Linear Equation Flip Book Foldable Organizer for Interactive Notebooks
Great addition to your Algebra classes. This Flip book helps your students review and enhances your teaching of topics on Linear Equations in a fun way. Topics include Slope, Point-Slope Form, Slope-Intercept Form, finding the

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Also included in: Algebra Bundle of Foldable and Flippable Organizers for Interactive Notebooks

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Algebra Graphing Lines using the Slope Intercept method Interactive Google slide Resource.
This Self-Checking interactive digital activity is designed for any Algebra class and is perfect for the unit on graphing linear functions with the slope intercept method.
This activity makes graphing li

Also included in: Algebra 1 Bundle of Interactive Activities with GOOGLE Slides™

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Graphs and Characteristics of Linear Functions with GOOGLE® Slides
This Teach Interactive™ GOOGLE resource enables your students to explore linear equations using seven different characteristics. Each of the ten interactive slides includes one or two of the following properties:
☑ Standard fo

Also included in: Algebra 1 Bundle of Interactive Activities with GOOGLE Slides™

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These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f

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These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f

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These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f

In this lesson, students review slope and explore the different forms of linear equations. Students preview the lesson by watching a short video on YouTube and then come to class with some prior knowledge. This lesson includes a video link, a warm-up, notes, practice problems, and homework.
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This PPT lesson includes a warm-up, vocabulary, 2 examples to explain the vocabulary, 4 examples to show how to identify if an ordered pair is a solution to a system without graphing, and 4 examples of how to find the solution to a system of equations by graphing. The graphing problems include grap

This is a review for graphing linear equations and inequalities on the coordinate plane. Great for refresher after a long summer!
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Page 1: A quick review of graphing linear equations:
slope intercept form
standard form
horizontal lines
vertical lines
Page 2: Steps for graphing an Inequ

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This lesson introduces the notion of a secant line and illustrates how secant lines can be used to find approximations to tangent lines. It also includes a discussion of how the slope of the secant line can be interpreted as the average velocity on a position versus time graph.
There are several r

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3-6 Equations of Lines in the Coordinate Plane (aligned to Pearson Geometry Common Core 2015, Section 3.7)
This 17-slide PowerPoint presentation has been made using quality graphics and lesson-enhancing animations. I strongly recommend downloading the preview file to see examples o

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