Students will explore how rate of change is revealed in the equations, tables and graphs of linear functions. Students will learn about the rate of change in the contexts of real-world functions modeling the distance a car has traveled over time. They will represent slope conceptually as velocity, algebraically using change in y over change in x and graphically using a slope triangle.

Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is perfect for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I. You can access all of our video lessons at youtube.com/mashupmath!

Systems of Equations. Many students have difficulty remembering the different methods of solving for a solution, and how to figure out how many solutions the system has. After tea…

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A little human description of the graph of a quadratic function written in vertex form

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Flippables for an Algebra interactive notebook - Slope, Slope-Intercept…

"Words in Algebraic Expressions" handout. Great for pre-algebra, ESL students and remedial algebra.

This is a one-page template for students. When given two points, students can use the point-slope form of a line to re-write the equation in slope-intercept form.

My students love these scavenger hunts. I have never seen them so actively engaged and excited about the distributive property. It is self-checking and allowed me to work 1-on-1 with students who needed remediation. Awesome!