Students will practice writing linear equations either given a point and the slope of the line, or two points in slope-intercept form, using the point-slope formula with this set of guided notes and partner riddle activity.

The notes are formatted as Cornell Notes and can be used to teach or review how to use the point-slope formula to write linear equations given a point and slope, or two points. There are 12 total problems, the front six are given point and slope, and the back six are given two points. It is very organized, with plenty of room to show work, and easy for them to follow.

The partner riddle activity can be used to further practice the skills. Partner A completes the left side while Partner B completes the right side. Partners check with each other after each set for matching answers to complete the riddle. Some questions are given a point and slope, and some questions are given two points. It’s a mix of both kinds of problems.

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