This is a PowerPoint lesson and notetaking guide that teaches writing linear equations. It begins by reviewing how to convert an equation into slope-intercept form. It then covers writing an equation in slope-intercept form using the slope and intercept or by reading a graph. The second part introduces point-slope form. If given 2 points, it demonstrates how to begin with point-slope form and convert into slope-intercept form. I use the PowerPoint on my smartboard and upload it to goggle classroom for students if they need extra help or if they were absent for the day. You will find that as you go through the PowerPoint, students can take notes on their note page which we put into our math interactive notebooks. The PowerPoint is editable and has 19 slides.