Linear Equations Practice Guide allows students to practice writing linear equations given various pieces of information: slope, y-intercept, points, a parallel line, a perpendicular line. All problems will have the same linear equation -- sounds crazy, but that’s actually the beauty of a practice guide.
Why a Practice Guide?
They’re doing their homework, but did they do it correctly? They can do the examples with me in class, but can they do it on their own? Students are practicing, but there are more hands up right now than I can possibly get to in 15 minutes. Practice Guides
help me solve the student to teacher ratio problem (A ton of them to one of me!
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★Common Core Standard: CED.A.2
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❷ Multiple Ways to Use:
A study guide, a class activity, a way to differentiate – see the teacher guide for more ideas.
❸Multiple Versions Offered:
Find two different levels and a 4 different practice guides.
Careless errors and common hang-ups stand-out with practice guides.
❥ Hope this product proves useful to your classroom for years to come!
Interested in other practice guides?
⇝Simplifying Expressions (Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms),
⇝Solving Absolute Value Equations,
⇝Solving Quadratic Equations,
⇝Simplifying Radical & Exponential Expressions
Algebra concepts assessed: Writing the equation of a line given slope and a y-intercept, slope and a point, two points, a parallel line and a point, a perpendicular line and a point.
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