Students truly understand the concept of slope and y-intercept after this short, one-day lesson. On page 1, student graph 4 lines, each with the same y-intercept, but different slopes. On page 2, students graph 4 lines, each with the same slope, but different y-intercepts. After each page of graphing, students answer questions that help clarify the meaning of slope and y-intercept. This resource is great for visual learners! This would be a great review or intro to slope-intercept form.
I hope your students find this to be an engaging and valuable tool.
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