 # BUNDLE Scavenger Hunt - ALL ABOUT SLOPE        Subject
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1. The Scavenger Hunt activity focuses on working with find the "SLOPE" of a line from graphs. There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding how to:• Find the slope given graphs• Use Rise over Run (Rise/Run) formula• Recognize that rising Lines have positive slopes, falling Lines
2. The Scavenger Hunt activity focuses on working with find the "SLOPE" of a line given a pair of ordered pairs. There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding how to:• Find the slope given 2 points• Use the Slope Formula(Sometimes students have to simplify fractions (if there is
3. The Scavenger Hunt activity focuses on working with find the "SLOPE" of a line given a pair of ordered pairs. There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding how to:• Find the slope given 2 points• Use the Slope Formula• Find the slope given graphs• Use Rise over Run (Rise/Run)
4. This Scavenger Hunt is part of the SLOPE ACTIVITIES BUNDLE found at:*****************************************************************BUNDLE OF All about Slope(Exit Tickets, Error Analysis, Mazes, Emoji, Task Cards, GOAL, BINGO, Smart Response, & MORE)*********************************************
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1. This MEGA bundle (40+ products) includes a variety of activities to working with the "Slope" Concept which is an essential objective of the common core state standards and is very much needed in moving forward in the Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II curriculum. This bundle includes the following
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This activity has 4 scavenger hunts:

Slope from Graph:

There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding of how to:

☑ Find the slope given graphs

☑ Use Rise over Run (Rise/Run) formula

☑ Recognize that rising Lines have positive slopes, falling Lines have negative slopes, horizontal lines have zero slopes, and vertical lines have undefined slope

Slope from Points:

There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding of how to:

☑ Find the slope given 2 Points

☑ Use The Slope Formula

Slope from Graphs & Points:

There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding of how to:

☑ Find the slope given 2 points

☑ Use the Slope Formula

☑ Find the slope given graphs

☑ Use Rise over Run (Rise/Run) formula

☑ Recognize that rising Lines have positive slopes, falling Lines have negative slopes, horizontal lines have zero slopes, and vertical lines have undefined slope.

Slope All In One:

There are 12 cards (with 12 questions) that drills the understanding of how to:

☑ A graph

☑ A set of ordered pairs

☑ Table of values

☑ An equation in slope-intercept form

☑ An equation in standard form

☑ Additionally, the understanding of the relationship between the slopes of parallel lines as well as perpendicular lines is examined in this activity. Also, there will be one question which will have an "undefined" slope and another with a "zero" slope.

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Each of the products could be run in 3 different ways:

☑ In Class (all students are involved in a single hunt)

☑ Groups/Stations

☑ At Home

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize situations in which one quantity changes at a constant rate per unit interval relative to another.
Calculate and interpret the average rate of change of a function (presented symbolically or as a table) over a specified interval. Estimate the rate of change from a graph.
Graph proportional relationships, interpreting the unit rate as the slope of the graph. Compare two different proportional relationships represented in different ways. For example, compare a distance-time graph to a distance-time equation to determine which of two moving objects has greater speed.
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