This is a project-based assessment that has the student show the connections among the 3 ways to write a linear equation: standard form, slope-intercept form and point-slope form. They are to write their own equation of a line all 3 ways, graph the line, and name it's pertinent pieces of information (intercepts, slope, etc) on a half poster board. I use this project as an extra credit assignment after I have taught all three forms of a line. Directions and a full example are provided for the student along with graph paper. A grading rubric is included as well. Please download the preview to see a student example.
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