Math = Love: Algebra 1 - Unit 2 Linear Functions INB Pages Notes: graphing vertical and horizontal lines!

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### What's my line? Writing linear equations from given info

These 32 activity cards include vital information to write 32 different equations of various lines. The information provided on the card include: (8) graphs, (8) given points with a slope, (4) function tables, (6) two given points, (6) two specific points: the x- and y- intercepts.

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### Slope and Y Intercept Task Cards

These task cards would be perfect for my 8th Grade Math & Algebra students! I love how so many different skills are covered relating to Slope & Y-Intercept. Determine slope and y intercept from graphs & tables. Understand the difference between proportional and non-proportional graphs & tables. Calculate slope when given two points. Write a corresponding equation in y=mx+b form when given a graph or table

### Middle School Math Stations Mini Bundle

{Best Seller} Stations are not just for Elementary School! Middle school students thrive when given the chance to work together and move about the classroom! Each station includes question sheets, student answer pages and Hint Cards. The 7 stations in this packet are: Middle School Math Review Stations Probability Stations Lesson Plan Data Displays Stations Writing Linear Equations Stations Graphing Linear Equations Stations Inequalities Stations Percents Stations

### Linear Equations Flippables

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

### Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math

Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math - students work independently to solve a problem then get together in small groups to build their best constructed response from individual answers. \$ Great test prep!

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