I am very happy to share a power point on "Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form". This is the first form students become familiar with before they tackle Point-Slope Form and Standard Form. In writing equations in Slope-Intercept Form, students will review writing an equation when given the slope and the y-intercept. Following the review, they will be given a line graphed on a Cartesian Plane and write an equation from the information they see on the graph. There is extra work using negative slope, and there are real-life situations for students to experience and understand. One real life situation is about graphing data from a dieting person, and the other is data from a US Olympic Hurdling event. There are many opportunities for practice during the slides, and answers are provided. This is a great introductory lesson for students to go over and practice before learning to manipulate the different forms to come in the next few lessons. Have a great day!