This is a game I created for linear functions. The students start with a strip of paper and answer the first part of the question. Then they pass the paper to the next person. The next person answers their part and folds the first question. This game continues until the last question. Then the students grab a new strip and continue the game. After the game the students open up the strip and determine if the answer is right or wrong, the first and last question should be the same. The ones that are wrong I then go over them with the whole class.
Here are the directions that the students get:
Directions: Start in a circle and pick a strip of paper. With your starting piece graph the linear function. Then fold over the equation on the top and pass it to the person to your left. Then Identify m and b from the graph, fold over the graph, and pass it to the person on your left. Now write the equation of the line, fold over the m and b, and pass the paper to the person on the left. Now find a line parallel to the line you have, fold over the original line, and pass the paper to the person on the left. Lastly, find a line perpendicular to the line you have been given. When a strip is done put it in the discard pile. If at anytime you don’t have a problem to solve pick up a new strip from the center of the circle and continue passing.