Horizontal and Vertical Lines Analysis Bullseye - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 classroom during the Linear Functions unit. Using this bullseye, students take an equation and analyze it, helping the students to differentiate between horizontal and vertical lines, their slopes, and whether or not the line drawn is a function or not a function.
In this download, there is a blank bullseye so that different equations can be analyzed, and then another bullseye with 4 horizontal and 4 vertical equations. An answer key for that bullseye is attached. Each of the sections is labeled to help students know what they are looking for or thinking about.
On the answer key, I sketched out mini-graphs to look at, and put the HOY-VUX reminder on the page, as I would hope my students would do.
This is a great entrance or exit activity, homework, classwork, groupwork, cooperative learning activity, math station or center, or assessment. If using in cooperative learning groups or partners, one works a slice and the other student decides if it is right or wrong. Academic conversations allow students to talk about what they think the answer is and to help correct any misunderstandings students have developed.
Horizontal and Vertical Lines Analysis Bullseye - PP
by Pupsaroni Puzzles
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