This is a foldable for graphing linear inequalities. The method used is the shade under/over method instead of using a testing point. This method requires that all inequalities are in Slope-Intercept Form. Each graph includes a section for possible solutions.
3 examples require that you isolate y
2 examples require you to flip the symbol after dividing by a negative
An answer key and pictures of the finished product
Using the shade under/over method vs testing a point:
I find my students struggle with their negatives when testing a point and often do the work correctly but do not shade correctly.
Once y is isolated:
> and ≥ automatically get shaded OVER/ ABOVE the line
< and ≤ automatically get shaded UNDER/BELOW the line