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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
Option 2:
1. What is Standard Form
2. Writing

This standard form equations and graphs game is modeled after the traditional card game, "Old Maid." Students play "Old Math Guy" in groups of 4-5. Students will demonstrate their ability to match linear equations written in standard form with the corresponding graphs. This game makes excellent pr

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Included in this bundle:
- Guided Notes
How to write, graph, define
Key terms: x-intercept, y-intercept, linear function, constant
- Practice Worksheet
Identify A, B, C
Find x-intercepts
Find y-intercepts
Graph
- Cut and Paste (good for stations) Activity
Matching Graphs with their Sta

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This is an Algebra lesson for the SmartBoard on the standard form of a linear equation. This Notebook file starts with an explanation about the fact that there are several forms of an equation of a line. It reviews the concept that only two points are needed to draw a line and different forms provid

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Here's a fun activity to help students convert an assortment of problems to standard form. In this resource students will practice taking linear equations including slope-intercept and point-slope form, graphs, and tables and write them in standard form. Then they will shade the answers in the grid

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This activity covers writing Linear Equations given a slope and a point or two points. Students should be familiar with point-slope form, slope-intercept form, and standard form.
Half of the class gets the first two pages. The other half of the class gets the last two pages. I usually copied t

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The Scavenger Hunt activity focuses on working with find the "Standard Form" of a line using the different givings.There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding of how to:☑ Write the equation of a line in Standard Form given its equation in Point-Slope Form☑ Write the equation

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Standard Form of Linear Equations - Google Form & Video Lesson! This product includes: (1) Interactive video lesson with notes on writing linear equations in standard form. This product is perfect for students learning about linear equations for the first time. (1) Google Form activity assessin

Students will need to identify the x and y intercept from 10 linear equations written in standard form and then match them to the appropriate graphs.
I post the 10 graphs around the room in sheet protectors.
Answers: D, A, I, G, B, E, J, F, C, H

Standard Form of Linear Equations – Bad Dog Breakout for Google Classroom! Are your students ready to help Louie the Pug break out of jail?Activity Details: Students are first required to complete ten problems about standard form of linear equations (see preview). Each correct answer provides a pie

This is an activity or homework assignment that works great for practicing graphing standard form of linear equations as well as reviewing how to graph horizontal lines, vertical lines, and slope-intercept form. Each equation has a toy pictured next to it. If students graph the line correctly it til

For students that struggle with variable manipulation, this connects the translation to the graph and gives them a visual to compare to. It asks them to translate, but is self-checking since the 3 forms should all match. This is a great partner activity where you could monitor and check for unders

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This Low-Prep, Linear Equations Activity will have your students solving linear equations to find slopes & y-intercepts from tables, graphs, equations, and word problems to figure out who among them is the ghost of Aunt Bertha!
Students are transported to a beautiful old home, where a ghost app

This activity is focused on methods for graphing linear equations. In part 1, students use a given equation to complete a table and then use this to sketch the graph. In part 2, students identify the slope and y-intercept from the equation and use this information to graph. In part 3, student fin

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This packet has 12 full-size graphs with matching equations. Includes equations in 3 format: Slope-Intercept Form, Standard Form and Point Slope Form (these are not shown in the preview)
- To increase the challenge, I have included 3 equations that do not match a graph.
- None of the equations a

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Want to find out just how well your students know linear equations?
In this activity, students are given limited information about a linear equation: intercepts, slope, or slope-intercept, standard, or point-slope form of the equation. From this information, students must fill in all of the other

The student uses the Standard Form of a line to find the Intercepts and then find the matching Graph. Two sets of 8 cards (4 matches each) are included for differentiation. Small numbers at the bottom of each card allow the teacher to come by quickly to check. Directions included.
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This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards that require students to find slopes, x-intercepts, and y-intercepts using linear equations in Standard Form, Point-Slope Form, and Slope-Intercept Form. Cards contain a mix of

Finding the same line activity: This is a group activity or game played in teams of 4. The students are given a graph of a line and then 8 cards per round (2 for each student) and have to determine if the information on the card describes the line in question. Some of the cards contain the equation

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In this Google Slides activity, students will match linear equations written in standard form to 18 graphs. Excellent for making connections between standard form, slope-intercept form and linear graphs. This activity can also be used to complement a lesson implementing the use of the graphing calcu

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In this activity students will match a set of 10 linear equations in point-slope, slope-intercept and standard form. Students can either cut and paste into the chart provided or just match the cards at their desk.

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Algebra 1 - Different Forms of Linear Equations Matching Cards
This is a matching game that has 9 slope-intercept form equations that should be matched up to both the equivalent standard form and point-slope form. Standard form is on one page and point-slope form is on another. The slope-intercep

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