This is an interactive page on converting from standard form to slope intercept form of a line. Students will follow steps to convert an equation, then will complete 3 other conversions. Photographic instructions are included!
Interactive Notebooks are a great way to share information with students
Option 1:This foldable is organized into 3 tabs:
1. What is Standard Form (also includes transforming equations from slope-intercept and point-slope to standard)
2. Writing equations given a point and the slope
3. Writing equations given two points
1. What is Standard Form
This foldable is designed for interactive math notebooks. It walks students through understanding the different terminologies associated with polynomials.The first tab shows the differences of a monomial (already defined in a previous chapter), binomial, and trinomial. The degree of a monomial and
This foldable provides an overview/ comparison of Standard Form, Intercept Form, and Vertex Form of Quadratics. Within the foldable, students are provided with 6 practice problems, where they will graph quadratics using each of the 3 forms. There is plenty of space for work as well as notes/ label
This is a revised version of my other Determining Linear Equations foldable. My other version is great, but this one I found to be so helpful in my classroom.There is a spot to teach the basic about Standard form, and then 3 example of linear equations and 3 examples that are not linear.Each exampl
Included is a foldable on quadratics. This foldable will have students converting between vertex form to standard form and vice versa. In addition, students will be graphing a quadratic given in vertex form.
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Directions: Print out this foldable two sided, flipped on the short edge. Fold in to the center line and then cut on the dotted lines, removing the top rectangles to keep the title exposed. Use to teach or review how to graph linear equations written in standard form by solving for the x and y inter
This foldable organizes notes, steps, and examples for graphing quadratics in Standard Form & Vertex Form. I use this foldable as a review after working with each of them separately, so students can compare the two forms side by side.
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during
Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces writing linear equations in standard 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 reinforce,
This foldable provides students with practice writing quadratics in Standard & Vertex Form. There are a total of 6 problems either starting in Vertex Form & rewriting it in Standard Form or vice versa.
This foldable is PERFECT for interactive notebooks! It works great as a whole group int
Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces graphing quadratic functions in standard form by generating a table and identifying key features from both the table and the graph.. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for studen
This graphic organizer summarize how to graph linear equations in standard form. Includes explanation of the equations, graphs and intercepts of verticals and horizontal lines. Easy, attractive and practical. Ready to use in class!I appreciate your feedback! and remember that TPT gives you feedback
This includes one foldable on graphing linear functions using standard form.Students will be expected to:Convert the equation to slope-intercept formIdentify the slope and y-intercept from given equationGraph the lineIdentify the line's features (x-int, y-int, slope, and type of slope)Great for INBs
Students love foldables for notes! This one covers writing linear equations in standard form. Notes include definition of and rewriting equations in standard form and writing equations in standard form from graphs and slope/points. Suitable for algebra class. These fit perfectly in a composition
Power Point includes animated step-by-step instructions for creating a foldable for comparing graphing using "slope-intercept form to graphing using x and y-intercepts. The two graphing concepts that are easily confused by students so this foldable is very helpful. Materials needed for each stude
These cute Number Form foldables are perfect for your Math Interactive Notebook! These can also be glued onto construction paper!
Cut on the solid lines and fold on the dotted. Under each flap glue the correct form!
*This product is included in the following bundles: Graphing Parabolas NO PREP Unit, and Graphing Parabolas from Standard Form NO PREP Lesson.This foldable describes how to graph a parabola (quadratic function) given its equation in standard form. The students find the vertex, the y- intercept, a re
Linear forms foldable organizer:
Simple way for students to review/ use as a reference.
Provides the name of each form on the front and the equation for each form and key variables in the inside.
Just copy front to back and cut on dotted line! ****Be sure to