Included in this set of digital pages are 7 pages on parallel and perpendicular lines to add to your digital Algebra curriculum. The first page introduces parallel lines. It has students investigate what the relationship of the slope of parallel lines is. The 2nd does the same for perpendicular lines. The third walks students through finding the equation of a line parallel to another. The fourth page walks students through finding the equation of a line that is perpendicular to one given. The fifth page has students find a line that is parallel to and a line that is perpendicular to a line given. The sixth page has 6 graphs. There are 2 lines graphed on each coordinate plane. Students must identify if the lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. The final page gives students six sets of equations and has them identify the relationship (if any) that exists between the 2 lines. Colored and black and white versions of each page is included (to allow for students who may need the differentiation).
Review information with students. These are not your everyday 1, 2, 3 note pages. Go through them in the order your students need! You may start filling in information at the bottom of a page rather than the top. You may start on the left side instead of the right. There is no “correct” order. These notes are meant to help anchor student learning by providing clear, concise, engaging notes. One of the pages is black and white, one copy has color. Choose which page(s) you want students to have. Make a copy of the document. Delete any unnecessary pages (like the answer key, and the direction page) before making a copy and sending to students!
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