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 the pages (example: Red and Green) in two different colors so that students could easily match up. There are 6 problems to do, so that makes 6 rounds of partner work. Round 1: Each Red person needs to match up with a Green person. Give them time, walk around and help as needed, and then announce time to move on to Round 2. Each Red person must now match up with a different Green person and do the problem together. Depending on the level of the class, we may or may not do all 6 rounds. We may do 4 and the students do the last two on their own after getting the information from their partner. We may do 3 and the rest be homework (after getting enough information to complete it). It is a fun activity that gets the students working together and moving around.