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Harness the force of collaborative motivation! This is an awesome way for your students to practice finding the slope from two points, a table of values, the standard form equation, or a line graph. They find the y-intercept from a given slope and one point, a table, or from a standard form equation. The finished product will look great on the wall of your classroom, and students will be proud of their hard work :)
Four 12-sheet mosaics are included! Split up your class for a colouring contest, or challenge the class across the hall.
Calculate... Colour.... Cut... Combine!!
Each student's worksheet is unique (individual accountability!), containing 12 questions in the follow sequence:
1) slope from points
2) slope from points
3) slope from table
4) slope from table
5) slope from graph
6) y-intercept from slope and a point
7) y-intercept from slope and a point
8) y intercept from table
9) slope or intercept from standard form
10) slope from graph
11) slope or intercept from standard form
12) slope or intercept from standard form
You may wish to require students to find the complete slope-intercept equation for all problems, and show their work on a separate sheet of paper.
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INCLUDED (zip folder)
◾docx and .pdf of everything
◾Full class sets of worksheets (12 sheets each) that each combine to create the Lego Batman characters.
◾Complete Answer keys!
◾Teaching Tips page for smooth implementation
◾Problem Order summary, so you know the sequence of problems on the worksheets.
◾Student worksheets have their answers scrambled at the bottom so they can self-assess their understanding.
◾determine the y-intercept of a line having a given slope and passing through a given point
◾determine the slope of a line passing through two given points
◾determine the y-intercept of a line passing through two given points
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