This shows students how to find slope from a graph, an equation, a table, a word problem, and from two points. This is a quick go-to guide. This was folded in half and used in an interactive notebook. There are the same questions as the y-intercept notes.
This is such a fun way for my 8th grade math and Algebra 1 student to practice matching linear equations in slope intercept form to a word problem. I love hands on activities like this when teaching slope intercept form. This also makes a great test prep activity or end of year hands on activity when students are bored of regular math worksheets.
Practice solving equations and inequalities with a twist! Instead of 24 problems that students must solve, these task cards have 3 problems per card - 2 are correct and 1 is incorrect. Students must decide which problem is incorrect and that is the answer