Also included in
- This curriculum for the entire year of eighth grade includes a variety of activities, assessments, games, projects, guided notes, inquiry lessons, group work, reference posters, and more based on Common Core math standards. This curriculum is centered on discovery learning and engaging activities w$230.00$366.95Save $136.95
- Do you love discovery learning, collaboration, hands-on activities, and projects that help students make sense of the math they are learning? This curriculum is packed with engaging and challenging Algebra I and 8th grade math resources for the whole year. A variety of activities, inquiry learning$350.00$585.40Save $235.40
- Teach students all about graphing lines with the included tasks, activities, practice, powerpoints, a game, and more. These resources are appropriate for 8th graders or Algebra 1 students learning linear functions. Please see the PREVIEWS for additional information.INCLUDED RESOURCES:Graphing Prop$42.00$58.00Save $16.00
- This curriculum bundle includes a variety of activities, assessments, games, centers, projects, inquiry lessons, guided notes, and more for teaching Algebra I CCSS standards. This curriculum is centered on discovery learning and engaging activities with real world connections. Lessons help you teac$225.00$411.92Save $186.92
- A bundle of card sorts, group activities, games, and more! Engage students and help them practice and learn 8th grade math standards. Included resources are meant to be fun and challenging. They can be used throughout the year to supplement your 8th grade math curriculum. These are also great fo$40.00$61.00Save $21.00
- Use these engaging online practice resources for Google Slides and Google Forms with your eighth graders during distance learning, hybrid teaching, or in class with one-to-one devices. These are also good practice for Algebra 1 students. The included resources cover a variety of 8th grade math top$24.00$35.50Save $11.50
Students observe real world relations (which are their “patients”) and determine slopes as slope doctors! They determine the type (positive, negative, zero, or undefined), give the exact slope by finding the change in y over the change in x, and diagnose, or explain the real world meaning.
This resource is provided in a printable version for in-person face-to-face learning and in a digital version through Google Forms for distance learning. The 12 real world slope examples are also provided as a PowerPoint, which could be displayed in class or shown virtually for discussions.
Some examples are simple, and some are challenging. This activity is sure to engage students in working with different kinds of slopes.
Idea for Implementation:
Doctors (students) visit each slope and fill out their reports individually. Then doctors meet as a group to discuss and agree on the diagnosis!
Answer keys are included.