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Lines and Linear Equations Formative Assessment Lesson Day 2 of 2

# Lines and Linear Equations Formative Assessment Lesson Day 2 of 2

Unit 7: Linear Equations in two Variables

Lesson 18 of 23

Lesson 18 of 23

## Objective: SWBAT interpret speed as the slope of a linear graph and translate between the equation of a line and its graphical representation.

## Big Idea: Challenge students to understand multiple representations of linear equations by using a very visual demonstration of slope and y-intercept.

Subject(s):

Math, slope (Linear Equations), Algebra, 8th grade math, linear equations, linear equations (graphs), linear equations (proportional relationships), linear equations (rates of change), linear equations in two variables, rate of change, y-intercept, initial amount, master teacher

*50 minutes*

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