These 30 task cards include three types of questions about slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.
The three types of questions help make differentiation easy and are denoted by different border styles. Please see preview for samples. Ten of each type of question are included.
Answer key and student recording sheet are included.
This set is also available as part of a larger full lesson pack:
Lesson Pack: Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
This set of cards can be used in many ways. Here are a few suggestions:
-Full-sized cards can be projected for full-class practice or examples.
-Cards can be printed four per page and laminated to be used in learning stations.
-Sets of cards can be arranged around the classroom for students to get up and walking around as they visit each one.
-Task cards can be used as assessments.
This set is differentiated. Cards with a solid border are the easiest. Cards with a zigzag border are medium level, and cards with a star border are the most difficult.
Note: For the highest difficulty level cards, students must be familiar with both point-slope form and slope-intercept form.
For more secondary math resources, try:
Lesson Pack: Special Pairs of Angles
Algebra In Geometry Task Cards: Finding Missing Angle Measures
Lesson Pack: Transversals
Critical Thinking / Writing in Math Question Pack: Pre-Algebra