Slope-intercept form (graphing, writing from a graph, writing from 2 points)
Point-slope form (graphing, writing from a graph, writing from 2 points)
Scatter plots - by hand (line of best fit, using data to make predictions)
Scatter plots - with a TI-83/84 (line of best fit, using data to make predictions)
This unit took me about a month to get through. My students did very well with the material (Alg. 2 ESL and Alg. 1 ESL).
Focus on developing vocabulary.
Notes are well organized and not overwhelming.
Key points (instructions, the "how to do something" sections are obvious for easy reference)
Lots of practice.
Instructions are listed next to examples, but as we do more examples, I take the instructions away to encourage students to work independently
Most sections have a warm-up, all sections have an "on your own"/exit ticket
Each section starts with a place to write a daily "i can" statement.
There are sections of fill in the blank, but you should be able to do it, it is just placing key works like "y-intercept" in for students.
I also use this form of point slope form: