This is a great way to review how to graph lines using tables, intercepts, and slope-intercept form. You can use it as a summary tool or review before a quiz or test, or as a brief review for an Algebra 2 class. You can also have the students break up into groups and have each group do a different method then share with the class, or you can guide them and tell them to do one at a time and go over it on the board. There are a lot of different ways to incorporate such a good graphic organizer into your class. I do recommend trying to copy it onto a different colored piece of paper (a light color). That way students can easily reference it in their notes, and for some reason students get excited with different colors (anything to get them involved).