Great Practice plus HW on writing Linear equations in Slope Form.
This activity is designed for Algebra students to practice finding linear equations in slope - intercept form. These cards can be used for individual or group work and include Real world applications
✓ 24 cards with QR
✓ 24 cards without QR
✓ Student response sheet
✓ Master list of questions which could be used for an absent student
✓ 24-question handout which can be used to enrich as a HW assignment, quiz, or extra credit.
✓ All answer keys
Questions include finding the linear equation given two points or a point and slope, vertical and horizontal lines, finding the equation from a graph, plus eight real world applications
Students do not need an internet connection to use the optional QR coded cards, but they do need a device with a QR reader app installed.
There are many ways to vary the activity. Use as Task Cards passed around or with stations, or individually as worksheet or quiz. Suggestions included in the resource.
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