#### Y8/9 Slope and Y-intercept of Straight Line Equations

Differentiated worksheet on finding the slope/gradient and y-intercept of Straight Line Equations.Suitable for Years 8, 9 and 10.

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Differentiated worksheet on finding the slope/gradient and y-intercept of Straight Line Equations.Suitable for Years 8, 9 and 10.

This is an excellent look at different questions on rates of change and drawing real life graphs. This is one of the new "hot" topics for KS4 / GCSE as well as being appropriate for stronger groups at KS3.This Powerpoint gives lots of structure to the lesson, including an interesting starter, learning objectives, several matching exercises / MWB activities, a worksheet with answers and a challenging plenary.This lesson is a great accompaniment to my lesson on travel graphs and together helps pupils becoming much better at interpreting and drawing graphs. I have also uploaded a very large 4 lesson bundle of linear graphs, which might also be helpful to do at the same time.NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

With these no-prep activities, students will practice thirteen different algebra skills as they experience the calming power of Zen pattern art. Students can color their final products or leave them in black and white. Either way, your classroom will be decorated with beautiful artwork as the students practice their Algebra skills! This activity is great for early finishers, extra credit, enrichment, sub plans, or just something different than a boring old worksheet.These activities are excellent resources for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. These engaging activities are especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally "checked out" before a long break! Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with these fun activities! This bundle is sure to be a hit with you and your students!

A KS4 collection of 8 powerpoints covering Graphical Topics

With this no-prep activity, students find slope between two given points using the slope formula. Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and fill in the space with a given pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final products or leave them in black and white. Either way, your classroom will be decorated with beautiful artwork as the students practice their Algebra skills!This activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally "checked out" before a long break (hello summer!). Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with this relaxing activity!

Sale#### Graphs Revision

Very detailed lessons can be used for whole lessons or revision. Gradients and Y intercept of Straight Line Graph(Power Point Based Lesson) This also contains a FANTASTIC Straight Line Graph TOOL so students can explore graphs and work out gradients and y intercept. You type in the Gradient and Y intercept it draws the graph for you, you can do several so you can compare graphs example parallel lines.
Quadratic Graphs drawn from table of values. (Power Point Based).
Straight Line Graphs (Power Point Version)
Straight Line Graphs (Smart Notebook Version)

This bundle contains a variety of different activities, games and worksheets to support GCSE revision. If bought independently, the ten resources would cost £34, but we are offering it for £19.99, a saving of over 40%.
Included in this bundle are:
- Algebra Task Cards - 24 questions differentiated 4 ways on a variety of algebra topics from patterns, to writing and solving equations (solutions Included)
- Linear Equations Rummy Card Game (solutions included)
- Quadratic Rummy Card Game (solutions included)
- Rearranging Equations Race Card Game (Solutions Included)
- Substitution Bingo (Solutions Included)
- Combining Terms Follow Me Cards (Solutions Included)
- Solving Linear Equations Follow Me Cards (Solutions Included)
- Straight Line Graphs Worksheets (Solutions Included)
- Patterns and Sequences Worksheets for practising sequences and nth term. A final sheet offers a challenge for the new higher paper of the 9-1 GCSE. (Solutions Included)
- Manipulating Algebra Worksheets for practising combining terms, substitution and factorising & expanding brackets. (Solutions Included).
Also included for your convenience are three of our free items - our free task card sampler (providing a further 8 questions, 32 cards), simplifying terms card game, and posters on straight line graphs.

This is a series of lessons (2-3) on finding the gradient and equation of a linear graph.The lesson begins with using and applying the gradient and y intercept of a graph. This is applying them to real life functional problems and interpreting what these values represent. The lesson then gives pupils the opportunity to find the equation of a line and then applying this to different contexts as well as worded problemsAll tasks are differentiated either 3 or 4 levels. All tasks have solutions so pupils can self mark with some of the solutions handwritten so pupils can see a full worked solutions.This has been used with classes of varying ability and all have been able to access the lesson up to their desired ability.

This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! They cover a range of abilities (please see each resource for further details) you will find something for any class!Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch.Have a great Easter everyone!Looking for the US version? Check it out here; BUNDLE Easter Math Activities US

Sale#### Real Life Graphs

Real Life Graphs 31 Power Point Slides with differentiated Real Life Graphs. Colourful and different scenarios to check understanding of context and the real world.Great for quick revision or whole lesson.

Sale#### Straight Line Graphs - Gradients and Y Intercepts

Straight Line Graph - Gradient and Y InterceptThis CONTAINS a WONDERFUL WONDERFUL Animated TOOL for Straight line graphs working out gradient and y intercept from an equation and from a graph. This resource includes a fantastic tool for drawing and comparing straight line graphs. Lots of questions, differentiated with answers.

Pupils choose which colour they feel confident attempting. If they are really confident they should choose green, the secure option, if they are struggling they should choose the red or amber option (foundation – basic assessment of skill, amber is a little bit harder).Pupils show the questions, working out and answers that they have attempted in their class book.Pupils self assess or peer assess at the end of each activity to show themselves how much progress they have made.Answers provided. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource.Printing tip; Print - fit to page or fill entire page so they only print on A4. I have also included a second copy with a label of printing because my lovely reviewer gave me a valuable tip about cost of ink so I have changed the background to white to make it cheaper.

A RAG Task on finding the equation of a straight line.The sheet allows pupils to master the skill and then apply it to different contexts aswell as an introduction to parallel and perpendicular lines.All solutions included

A series of lessons (2 - 3) on finding the equation of a straight line.The lesson begins with finding and interpreting the gradient and y intercept from real life life situations and moving onto finding the equation of a line.It also gives pupils the opportunity to investigate perpendicular and parallel lines.All tasks are differentiated to at least 3 levels and suitable for the new curriculum as pupils are given reasoning tasks.All pupils can consolidate their learning yet be stretched for the more able. All solutions included.

Lesson on Quadratics

Lesson on Straight line graphs

Lesson on Plotting Quadratics graph

Sale#### Straight Line Graphs

Straight line graph lesson written by an outstanding practitioner who leads on Mastery. The extension part of the lesson is on non straight line graphs (Quadratic and Cubic Graphs). The resource contains:1 Power Point presentation contains 38 slides, visual and interactive, checks understanding. 5 Worksheets with answers. Choice of Grids to use -10 by 10 or -18 by 18. The lessons start with making sure students have the necessary understanding of multiplying negative and positive numbers. It ensures that students can substitute in to an expression. The resource contains worksheets with answers. It also has slides to check students understand parallel lines, gradients and y intercept. Power point animations used to show how a graph is plotted.

An Easter themed game. Pupils need to work out the answers to questions linked to squares on a map. If they find certain answers they have found an egg.This could be done as a team or timed activity. There are 100 questions so it may be a little tough for pupils to complete this individually. Offer prizes for students who find the most eggs.

9 Easter Egg Hunt activities. Pupils have to answer questions in squares and look for certain answers to find the eggs. Great team competitions for a bit of end of term fun.Includes Addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, percentages, gradients and solving equations.

Math Art combines the fun of colouring and the consolidation of mathematical skillsIdeal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision.In this math art activity pupils need to rearrange from the implicit function to y=mx+c and hence identify the gradient. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the colour stated. As a result pupils will have a picture of an Easter chick.This resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Check out our blog for more Easter Maths ideas.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) Higher Tier syllabus. The 58 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. Calculators are not allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: coordinates in 3D, finding midpoints, finding gradients, finding equations of lines from a range of contexts (a given graph, parallel to, perpendicular to, passing through), finding coordinates of points on a line, identifying properties of lines from equations given, sketching graphs of quadratic functions, finding the turning point of a graph given its function, drawing different types of graphs using tables, exponential functions and their graphs, solving equations graphically, including drawing suitable lines, using rates of change to interprete graphs and linking different types of graphs to their functions.This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) syllabus. For the majority of these questions, students are required to interpret the context and use their reasoning and problem solving skills. The 96 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. Calculators are allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: solving quadratic equations using the quadratic formula, solving equations using trial and improvement, solving equations involving algebraic fractions, solving simultaneous equations with one linear equation and one quadratic equation, using graphs to estimate solutions of equations, writing down equations from a given context and forming equations to solve problems related to the cost of products, angles, perimeters, areas, volumes, surface areas, 3D shapes, similar shapes, probability and compound measures. This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) syllabus. The 113 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. Calculators are not allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: solving linear equations ranging from very easy to difficult, solving a range of different types of quadratic equations, solving exponential equations, solving simultaneous equations graphically, solving simultaneous equations algebraically and applying simultaneous equations for solving contextual problems. This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

Are your students ready to solve the case? To solve the mystery, students will need to be able to find the slope using two points, the equation of a line and graphs. Students follow clues, written and visual, to solve a mystery. An engaging way to practice, review or assess slope.This product includes:- Detective Scenario- Map of locations- Clickable clues with the slope of linear equations- Complete teacher's guide and answer keyDigital resources are great for differentiating. These provide a great way for students to work in a 1:1 environment. Easy to assess or for homework.A pencil-and-paper version of this resource is available here.Finding the slope is part of the common core standard 8.EE.B.6. and HSA-CED.A.2A great addition to your pre-Algebra and Algebra class. My students love this activity. Use at math centers, station activities or for whole class practice and review.This activity works well with:- Slope: Find the Slope from 2 points Interactive Notebook foldable (8.EE.B.6.)- Slope: Find the Slope Using 2 Points Practice and Review Scavenger Hunt cardsIf you like the math detectives, find more math detective, quests and adventures here.Save by purchasing as part of a bundle of activities:- All about Algebra 1: Algebra 1 Ultimate Teacher Resource BundleSlope resources include:- Find the Slope from 2 points: Guided notes and practice- Find the Slope from a Graph and an Equation: Notes and Practice (8.EE.B.6.)- Slope: Find the Slope from 2 points Practice Activity (8.EE.B.6.)- Slope: Find the Slope of an Equation Practice and Review (CCSS.8.EE.B.6)- Slope: Find the Slope of a Graph Practice and Review (CCSS.8.EE.B.6)- Slope: Find the Slope Using 2 Points Practice and Review (CCSS.8.EE.B.6- Slope and Linear Equations: Snowflake Project- Slope Math Detective: Mixed review activityThis purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are interested in a site license, please contact me for a quote at docrunning@kulikuli.net. This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives.

Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks(This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers - it's the most useful planning tool ever!) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there!Many thanksCopyright T.TaylorNOTE: Following its success in the summer sale, I have decided to keep the sale price - so grab a bargain! Used to be £5. Many thanks.

A short Powerpoint to explain Distance Time Graphs. This powerpoint has 5 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

A Powerpoint to explain Conversion Graphs. This powerpoint has 5 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) Higher Tier syllabus. For the majority of these questions, students are required to interpret the context and use their reasoning and problem solving skills. The 183 questions in this booklet cover all grades of the new GCSE curriculum and can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. The worked answers also show students how to communicate their reasoning and calculations. Calculators are allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: units of time, compound units, metric conversion, imperial conversions (conversion factors are given in most cases), converting compound units, scale involving length, area and volume, evaluating numerical expressions, rounding, estimating answers, upper and lower bounds, including bounds of compound units, distance-time graphs, speed-time graphs, calculation/estimation and interpretation of gradients of graphs, calculation/estimation and interpretation of areas underneath graphs, including the Trapezium Rule.This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

A mix of algebra tasks to build pupils confidence with algebra. Pupils engage and get involved in the styles of tasks to introduce topics of algebra, to consolidate or to use for revision tasks. A good way to engage and challenge pupils.