Included in this set is the same 16 problems shown in 9 different ways. Students need to understand how to translate linear functions between different forms and be able to put different types of problems into one of the three forms. This set allows you to pick and choose which two (or more) forms you want to focus on for that day.
You can have students do different activities with this set. Below are some examples:
• Keep one sheet whole and cut another sheet up. Have the cut up cards face down. Students take turns drawing one and solving for the form on the whole sheet. When they have the correct answer, students may mark that square as their own. Winner is the one who makes a full line first.
• Students can play memory with two sets. (Remember, you can reduce the amount of problems.)
• You can pass out one set of problems to half the class and another set of problems to the other half of the class and have them find their match.
• You can post one set around the room and give students a copy of another set. Have students walk around the room and write the matching problem into the same box as the one they are working on.