Great for visual learners. Students analyze a Linear Graph to determine the equation using Slope and Intercepts.
This activity is perfect for Algebra 1 or 2. Student determine the equation of a line in Slope Intercept Form from a graph. Great Intuitive activity, especially for visual learners.
24 Different Task Cards:
The cards are designed to reinforce the concepts taught in class. There are two sets of the 24 cards, one with QR codes and one without. Students do not need the internet to use the codes, but do need a mobile device with the scanner app installed.
Student response sheets
All answer keys
Homework or assessment of similar problems
There are multiple ways to use these task cards in your classroom. Students can work alone, randomly pair up, or work in small groups. When students work in pairs or small groups, give as many task cards as there are students. This way they can help each other, work together, and each student has a task. After a few minutes, depending upon the difficulty level and your experience, each group passes their cards to the next group.
You may also set up math centers or stations with these cards, or even scatter them as in a scavenger hunt.
These cards can also be used for sorting with students determining positive slope, negative slop, undefined slope, and zero slope. If you need more ideas, please email me.
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