Understanding slope is by far one of the most difficult things for students to
grasp, why, I don’t know, but it is!
I used this as a warm up with my students the day after we learned slope for
the first time. This forces students to think about both directions that a line
could go along with the y-intercept. I would like to say this worked wonders
and made us amazingly good at slope, but I would say it was more of a
starting point. Hope this helps your classes, too.
Problems are already on the sheet. Students should enter their digit answer in the yellow
box. If their answer is correct, the box will turn green.
When they submit through Google Classroom, you will be able to quickly see a thumbnail to
see if students are correct without opening every assignment.
When you open the link, you will be prompted to make a copy. Click the make a copy button.
You will now have your own version. You now have all editing rights. You can change the
title to fit your needs. You can also edit and delete problems.