Students always seem to enjoy the lessons on Slope-intercept form. They receive instruction on the meanings of each term in the slope-intercept equation, they review how to manipulate an equation from other forms to the desired slope-intercept form; once they master the basics, they learn what to do with the information and graph it on the Cartesian plane. Since the lesson greatly involves the slope, students learn about the relationship between the slopes of parallel lines. The information learned in this lesson is inserted into a real life situation where students have an equation involving a snow storm, the rate of snow fall, and the snow that was already on the ground prior the to beginning of the storm. I have also included several review pages for students with various situations they may encounter when doing homework, quizzes, etc.