Writing a linear equation in Slope-Intercept Form given the slope and a point on the line. The topic is introduced by having students find the equation of a line by graphing a line given the slope and a point on the line that is not the y-intercept. Then students are introduced to the algebraic method of finding the y-intercept when they do not have a graph handy. Problems on the additional practice page include horizontal and vertical lines.
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These two foldables are designed as to be easy additions to interactive student notebooks (ISNs). With simple folding and no cutting needed, this makes teacher prep time a breeze and saves valuable class time. One sheet is a guided notes page and the other is for independent practice. Using colored paper for the guided notes foldable is optional.
If you like my approach, you might be interested in these other products:
Introduction to Slope
Finding Slope Given Two Points
Writing and Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form
Writing Equations for Vertical and Horizontal Lines
Changing Linear Equations to Slope-Intercept Form
Writing Linear Equations Given Two Points
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Linear Equations Bundle