This digital activity is a great way to practice how to compare linear functions represented in different ways.
You can easily post on Google Classroom and Make a Copy for each student. They can work at their own pace and you can easily check for understanding. I like to post the key on the projector to grade as a class, but you can easily check on Google Classroom.
Instructions on completing the activity.
4 Slides where students will show their understanding of finding slope and y-intercepts of linear functions, as well as comparing functions.
Students will be given 5 questions in which they must compare slopes and y-intercepts of functions represented as graphs, tables, equations, two points, or story problems. Questions require a combination of typing in answers and moving circles over the function with the greatest slope/y-intercept.
Key- included on PDF document.
*You and your students need a Google account to access this activity. This activity can be shared with students by email or Google Classroom.
Please be sure to Make a Copy of the Activity, before assigning to students.