Linear Equations Standard Form Graphing Intercepts Task Cards Exit Tickets
This is a PDF that contains a total of 11 pages: 1 cover page, 5 pages of Task Cards/Exit Tickets [4 on each page] and 5 duplicate pages with answers.
These Task Cards/Exit Tickets are designed to assess the students understanding of graphing Standard Form Equations by calculating the x-intercept and y-intercept. The answer key for each problem is included.
I have used these (3) ways:
1) I have cut them apart and laminated them. Then during guided practice, I give each student (1) card and a dry erase marker. The students answer the problems independently and then I walk around and check answers.
2) I have used the laminated cards as task cards for early finishers and/or extra credit.
3) I have used them as Exit Tickets/Formative Assessments at the end of class.
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