This is a great way to get the entire class involved in the learning process, what most would call cooperative learning. If you are unfamiliar with the Kagan strategy of Quiz, Quiz, Trade, I will give you a brief rundown. Each student is given a card with a problem on the front and answer on the back. When the teacher gives the signal, students put their hands up and walk around until they match up with someone. They face each other holding their questions so the other can see it. One at a time, they try to answer the question contained on their partner’s card giving positive reinforcement after the correct answer is given. Once both have answered correctly, they trade cards, a hand goes up and they walk around to pair up with someone new. The process repeats as long as you feel necessary.
These are simple cards, yet very powerful and helpful when trying to understand or reinforce a basic concept. All you have to do is copy them on front and back (preferably on card stock), cut them up and laminate them for durability (not necessary, but recommended). Hand one out to each student and off they go.
Cards consist of 16 written linear inequalities with graphed answers on the back and 16 graphed linear inequalities with written linear inequality on the back for a total of 32 cards. Willing to take requests.