Intro: Slope of a Line in Y=MX+B Form
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!
Spice up humdrum Algebra practice with the element of Hangman. Know at a glance if students completed the activity correctly with messages. Met diverse student needs effortlessly with the multiple levels of the same practice provided in the resource.
Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Freebie
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Stained Glass Math Activity | Linear Equations Project
I have done a project similar to this. It adds more rigor if students create their own equations and develop their own design. I usually have them create a certain number of each type of line, have them identify slope, y-intercept, etc. to cover more of what I am teaching on the concept.
No Homework Binder
Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.
This resource includes three sets of task cards (44 task cards total) to help students practice how to find the slope of a line when two points (ordered pairs) are given, from table of values, and from a graph. This activity includes problems with different levels of difficulty which is perfect for differentiation and a great tool to challenge your Algebra students. $