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Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS

Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Slope-Intercept Form - STATIONS
Product Description
Engaging activity for students to practice using the slope-intercept form of an equation. It gets kids up and moving and in a structured time frame to complete the problems! There are 7 stations and a student answer sheet for students to fill out the answers to each question.

The 7 stations include:
1. Writing the equation given a graph
2. Rearranging into Slope-Intercept form and identifying the slope and y-intercept
3. Labeling a graph with key terms
4. Graphing equations after identifying the slope and y-intercept of the equation
5. Graph and intercept features from a word problem in slope-intercept form
6. Write the equation given two points (one point being the y-intercept)
7. Graphing lines

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This is how I structure my classroom during this activity, but feel free to do what you please with it! I just find my students are extra focused when I structure things like this:

There are 7 stations included and I have 7 tables set up in my classroom with 3-5 students at each table. Each table is a station. I print 2 copies of each station's question sheet and place those copies at their specific table (I usually print the station in another color or card stock). I tell the students to NOT write on the colored station sheet with the questions as other students will need to refer to it.

Each student is then given their own individual Answer Sheet where they will fill in their answers to each station. You can print these out or send them to the students electronically if they are using technological devices. I have my kids turn this in/submit it at the end of the period!

Groups of 3-5 students begin at a station. They are given 5-6 minutes to complete the questions at the station (you can change and alter this depending on your class's abilities). After time runs out, they pick up their Answer Sheets and rotate to the next station/table and begin working on that station's problem. Continue until all stations are visited!
Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Not Included
Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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