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# Brocci Bundle: Calculating & Graphing SLOPE - Slope SUPER Bundle

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Spun-off from my popular series of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science Workbooks on Amazon,
this Bundle on Slope contains:
15 Lessons
72 Worksheets
852 Problems
- and Assessment up the a\$\$!

Individual cost would be \$27.50,
but the Bundle price is just \$20!

Wowza!!

With this Slope Super bundle, they'll master both Slope as Rise over Run, and Slope as a Rate of Change. This is the definitive product on Slope as a Numeric, Algebraic and Graphic term. No stone (er, Slope) is left un-turned.

188 slides are printed as
94 LaNdScApE
DOUBLE-SIDED sheets of paper,
with the flip being along the 'SHORT' side or edge.
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This SUPER-SLOPE BUNDLE contains the smaller "Slope As a Rate of Change Bundle" within it.

This Super-Slope Bundle features the following Lessons:

Classifying Slope

Students will:
1) Classify the Slopes of 12 linear Graphs as being Uphill & Positive, Downhill & Negative, Horizontal & Zero, or Vertical & Undefined
2) Answer a mix of 18 Fill-in-the-blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Observations
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to quickly and accurately classify Slope methodically & systematically

Finger Slope (Slope from a Graph) & Formula Slope from Two Points on the Coordinate Plane

Students will:
1) Determine the Slope between 2 Points on 4 Graphs using the “Finger” method
2) Calculate Slope between 2 Points on 4 Graphs using the Slope Formula method
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to determine Slope multiple ways methodically & systematically

Finger Slope (Slope from a Graph) & Formula Slope from a Line on the Coordinate Plane

Students will:
1) Determine the Slope from 4 Graphed Lines using the “Finger” method
2) Calculate Slope between 2 Points on 4 Graphed Lines using the Slope Formula method
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to determine Slope multiple ways methodically & systematically

Slopes of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines

Students will:
1) Determine Slope for 14 Parallel or Perpendicular Line Segments, filling in a table and writing whether they’re the Same Slopes or Negative Reciprocals of each other
2) Subsequently classify the line segments as being either Parallel or Perpendicular lines
3) Answer a mix of 32 Fill-in-the-blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations & Observations
4) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to determine and compare Slopes from a Graph methodically & systematically

Graphing a Line from Point & Slope

Students will:
1) Graph or Plot 6 individual Lines given a single Point and the Slope, and Locate, Draw & Write the Rise/Fall and Run from starting point to next plotted point
2) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to graph or plot lines from point and slope methodically & systematically

Slope from Vertical & Horizontal Data Tables

Students use 16 different vertical data tables to:
1) Determine Slope
2) Create equivalent Horizontal Tables
3) Determine Slope between multiple intervals in both Tables
4) Convert raw slope in each interval to Unit Slope
5) Determine which points and intervals are part of the same line (same unit slope), and which points and intervals are part of different lines (different unit slopes)
6) Plot the resulting graphs from 9 of those Tables
7) Answer 23 Multiple-choice questions regarding their Calculations, Determinations, Observations and Plots
8) Be Compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
9) Be trained to solve for Slope and Rate of Change methodically & systematically

2-Point Slope Formula

Students will:
1) Calculate raw Slope from 30 Pairs of Points using a visual & mathematical approach to 2-Point Slope Formula, and convert raw slope into Simplified or Unit Slope
2) Determine & Write if Calculated Slope would produce a line that is Up, Down, Horizontal or Vertical
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to calculate Slope using the 2-Point Formula methodically & systematically

Slope from Data Tables, Graphs & the 2-point Slope Formula

Students use 4 different vertical data tables to:
1) Determine Slope
2) Create equivalent Horizontal Tables
3) Determine Slope between multiple intervals in both Tables
4) Convert raw Slope in each interval to Unit Slope
5) Plot Graphs from the Table Data
6) Determine Slope from the Graphs (Finger Slope)
7) Calculate Slope for various intervals using the 2-point Slope Formula
8) Be Compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
9) Be trained to solve for Slope and Rate of Change methodically & systematically
and

Slope as a Rate of Change

Students will:
1) Determine the Rate of Change from 12 Data Tables
2) Write that rate of change as a complete sentence, identifying and using both the independent and dependent variables
3) Convert raw Rate of Change into Unit Rate of Change
4) Graph the Data Table to form a line
5) Determine Slope from a Graphed Line (Finger Slope)
6) Use Proportions and Similar Triangles to prove that Slope between any two points on a straight line is constant
7) Answer 25 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations, Determinations, Observations and Plots
8) Be Compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
9) Be trained to solve for Slope and Rate of Change methodically & systematically

Slope & Rate of Change in High Temperature

Students will:
1) Convert a Vertical Data Table into a Horizontal Data Table
2) Calculate Slope and Rates of Change over various intervals from those Data Tables, using the 2-Point Slope Formula
3) Answer question regarding which intervals had the Fastest and Slowest Rate of Change
4) Graph or Plot the resulting line/line segments, and Draw, Label and Write Rise & Run and Rate of Change for each segment
5) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to convert Data Tables into Slope, Rates of Change and a Graph methodically & systematically

Slope & Rate of Change in Pumpkins & Voters

Students will:
1) Connect plotted points to make a Graph of Pumpkins versus Time
2) Use those Points to fill-in a Data Table, and Calculate Slope and Rate of Change over various intervals via the 2-Point Slope Formula
3) Convert Vertical Data Table of Voters vs. Time into a Horizontal Data Table, and Calculate Slope and Rate of Change over various intervals via the 2-Point Slope Formula
4) Draw the Graph of Voters vs. Time
5) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to Derive Slope, Rates of Change and a Graph from Data Tables methodically & systematically

Slope & Rate of Change in Bacterial Reproduction per 20-minute interval

Students will:
1) Complete a Data Table of Bacteria Population vs. 20-minute time intervals
2) Calculate Slope and Rates of Change over various intervals from that Data Tables, using the 2-Point Slope Formula
3) Draw the resulting smooth-line exponential Graph of Bacteria Population vs. 20-minute time intervals
4) Answer 10 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations & Observations
5) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to convert Data Tables into Slope, Rates of Change and a Graph methodically & systematically

Slope & Rate of Change in Bacterial Reproduction per minute

Students will:
1) Complete a Data Table of Bacteria Population vs. Time in minutes
2) Calculate Slope and Rates of Change over various intervals from that Data Tables, using the 2-Point Slope Formula
3) Draw the resulting smooth-line exponential Graph of Bacteria Population vs. Time
4) Answer 10 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations & Observations
5) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to convert Data Tables into Slope, Rates of Change and a Graph methodically & systematically

Slope & Rate of Change Word Problems

Students will:
1) Solve 6 Rate of Change or Slope Word Problems by identifying & Writing the Independent and Dependent-Variable Data pairs or Points, and Solving for Rate of Change using the 2-Point Slope Formula
2) Write the Unit Rate of Change as a Complete Sentence
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to solve Rate of Change Word Problems methodically & systematically

Slope as a Rate of Change from Tables & Graphs

Students use 2 different vertical double-Data Tables to:
1) Determine Raw Rate of Change in each of the two Dependent variable columns
2) Write a complete sentence for the Raw Rate of Change in each of the two Dependent variables
3) Convert Raw Rate of Change into Unit Rate of Change for each of the two dependent variables
4) Plot 2 double-line graphs from the double-Data Tables
5) Determine Slope for both Graphed Lines
6) Calculate Slope between multiple intervals using the 2-point Slope Formula
7) Convert raw Slope for each interval to Unit Slope
8) Compare Unit Rates of Change between the two Dependent Variables numerically and graphically
9) Answer 25 Multiple-choice questions regarding their Calculations, Determinations, Observations and Plots
10) Convert a given Graph into 3 different interval Data Tables
11) Answer 10 Multiple-choice questions based on that Graph and their pursuant Data Tables
12) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
13) Be trained to determine Slope and Rate of Change from Tables & Graphs methodically & systematically

Identifying Slope & y-intercept from Slope-Intercept Linear Equation

Students will:
1) Identify & Write the value for Slope (m) and y-intercept (b) from 60 linear equations
2) Describe Slope as being Positive, Negative, Zero or Undefined
3) Describe the pursuant Graphed line as Up, Down, Horizontal or Vertical
4) Fill-in a total of 180 cells in 4 Data Tables
5) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to identify Slope and the y-intercept from a linear equation methodically & systematically

Interpreting Slope & y-intercept from Slope-Intercept Linear Equation

Students will:
1) Identify & Write the value for Slope (m) and y-intercept (b) from 60 linear equations
2) Write the resulting Rise or Fall and Run for each of those 60 Slopes
3) Fill-in a total of 240 cells in 4 Data Tables
4) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to identify m & b and interpret Slope and from a linear equation methodically & systematically

Writing the Slope-Intercept Linear Equation from m & b

Students will:
1) Write 60 Slope-Intercept linear equations from 60 given pairs of Slope (m) and y-intercept (b)
2) Fill-in a total of 70 cells in 4 Data Tables
3) Be compelled to show their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to formulate the Slope-intercept linear equation from given information methodically & systematically

YOWZA!!!

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