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Linear Functions | Name That Function | Matching Activity | Print and Digital

Linear Functions | Name That Function | Matching Activity | Print and Digital

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MATH CONTENT:

  • Analyze linear functions and their graphs
  • Slope
  • y-intercept
  • x-intercept
  • Points on the line
  • Slope-intercept form
  • Point-slope form
  • Standard form
  • BONUS version that includes identifying graphs that are parallel and perpendicular
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Information about Name That Function Activities

Activity

A matching activity where students analyze graphs of functions and make connections to their characteristics by completing a fill in the blank table. These activities include both PRINT and DIGITAL versions!

Details

INCLUDES
• Graph cards
• Fill in the blank table
• Answer key
• Print (PDF file)
• Digital (Google Slides)

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This product is intended for personal use by ONE teacher only. It is a digital download and no physical product will be sent.

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Name That Function Activities

My math catchphrase is“connecting knowledge with understanding”. Every time I create an activity, this phrase is what I think about. It helps me stay focused on the true goal and outcome of what I want for each activity.

These activities in particular really embody this statement. It’s an activity that I’ve used over and over with my students for different types of functions. At first, students tend to have productive struggle with this activity. BUT once they get the hang of it, they realize how making these connections helps them fully understand functions and their graphs.

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