Guided notes teaching students how to graph linear inequalities on a coordinate plane. Emphasis is on "pulling out important information" first, such as slope, y-intercept, type of line (dotted/solid), and shading location, and then using that information to graph. I have also included linear equations to emphasize the difference between shaded graphs and non-shaded graphs. The Performance of Understanding questions at the end challenge students to match the given graphs to the equations. Horizontal and vertical lines are included. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.