Are your students proficient with graphing linear equations from a table or equation, but still need practice interpreting what the equations and graphs mean? This resource provides nine graphed equations with three statements describing the graph. Students must determine which of the statements are truths and which one is a lie. It also contains three graphs where the student must create their own two truths and a lie about the graph. Finally, there are six blank coordinate planes for students to draw their own graphs and write two truths and one lie about their graph.
Use this resource for independent practice, a partner activity, whole-class
game, or exit ticket. You could also cut apart the graphs and truth and lie statements for a matching game. Or display one of the graphs on a projection system and ask all students to write a statement about the graph; the class must determine if each statement is a truth or a lie.