This scavenger hunt is meant as a general review over several of the key topics covered while teaching about graphs of linear functions. The slides are editable so you are free to change/remove/add questions as you like.
I used this in my class last week and I figured it was about time I put something up here for free. Hopefully you find this useful before the Fall themed pictures become a little too stale. :)
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What is this thing anyway? A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet.
To use the scavenger hunt:
1) The slides are currently in order so that the question on the bottom half of each slide is answered on the top half of the next slide.
2) Print out all the slides and post them up randomly around the room or in the hall
3) The 1st slide is your key so don't post that one :)
4) Students start at any sheet and answer the question at the bottom. Their answer will be the number at the top of a _different_ sheet. That sheet is the next one they will solve. This continues until they are back at where they started.
5) Have students write down what the picture is for each question as they go so that they can quickly tell you the order when they're done (or when the think they're lost) so you can check it against your answer key.
If you have any questions/comments/complaints then please let me know! I'm currently teaching middle school Algebra so I'm doing this my free time (what little of it there is, heh). I've checked over these all a few times for mistakes but it's possible that something slipped through. I'm happy to fix and update the file if that happens. If you have ideas for other units of study that you would like something similar for then please let me know.