This is a rotating 6-station review for the Algebra 1 STAAR test over Linear Transformations. The Algebra 1 STAAR typically has anywhere from 4 to 6 questions (see my STAAR Analysis
) over Linear Transformations on it and these questions are not the easiest. Therefore, this topic MUST be reviewed before the students take the test. This resource includes a comprehensive, rigorous 6-station review over this topic.
Students are broken up into 6 groups and rotate through the classroom to 6 different stations covering the topic. The first station includes a worksheet that helps the student review how to transform one line into another by changing the slope, y-intercept or both. See my Linear Transformations Practice
(first page only) for more information.
Another station gives further practice, but in a different way. The student compares and contrasts two lines and determines what changed (m or b or both) in chart format. See my Linear Transformations Practice #2
(second page only) for more information.
Another station asks the student to either fill out the Transformations page in my Algebra 1 EOC Review Book
and/or work on a double-sided page of actual STAAR questions (provided for free). (These questions can also be assigned for homework).
Finally, 2 more stations help the student attack STAAR application questions containing two linear equations. A step-by-step guide helps them compare and contrast the two equations, analyze them and then answer the question.
Directions for all activities, a classroom schematic, and keys for all documents included. Actual STAAR questions included for free. This is a full day's worth of reviewing linear transformations. You've taught them the material. Now, let them do the work!
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