This is a great hands-on activity for making connections between the various representations of functions. There are three different task sheets, with Pattern C being the easiest to make predictions. Use this for your lower level learners. I no longer write the slope-intercept form on the board and try to explain it to my students. I let them discover it themselves! In this lesson, students build a sequence of structures using snap cubes. (If you do not have them in your classroom, you can still teach the lesson.) Students record the data for the function in a table, graph the ordered pairs, and make predictions about the equation using the information they have collected. Depending on how much prior experience your students have with functions, this could be an individual task or completed in small groups. Many levels of Bloom's Taxonomy are incorporated.