The attached MS PowerPoint slideshow describes in detail the steps I use to solve a linear inequality in 2 variables by graphing. It specifies the graphing steps to use for inequalities in both slope-intercept form and standard form to ultimately determine the common solution area for the inequality. This presentation is classroom-tested in my Math 1 classes. It can be used in any grade level and given the animations contained in the ppt presentation, it is easy for separate setting/co-taught EC students to understand. This ppt presentation is fully animated to keep the students engaged and the presenter (teacher) can modify the animations as desired. The last slide includes 4 practice examples for the students to complete on their own.