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Alexander Isaacs

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Stained Glass Graphing Choice Project

DIRECTIONS: > Click the button. > PAGE 1 ~ GRAPHING HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL LINES: Select THREE equations from the horizontal and vertical line columns to graph on the coordinate plane. Use the to color in your SIX equations (with a different color for each) and then the button to graph your line (using the same color as its matching equation). > PAGE 2 ~ GRAPHING SLOPE-INTERCEPT & STANDARD FORM: Same as PAGE 1 except you are graphing equations in slope-intercept and standard forms. STARS ARE LINKED WITH TUTORIALS AND EVIL EMOJI CHALLENGE EQUATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AS WELL! > PAGE 3 ~ GRAPHING SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS: Same as PAGES 1 and 2 except you are graphing systems of linear equations. Select three linear systems for a total of SIX equations. > PAGE 4 ~ WORKSPACE: Use this area to show your work as needed (graphing standard form equations by converting or finding intercepts). You can use the , , , and/or / tools in order to show your work. > PAGE 5 ~ SPOTLIGHT SHOWCASE: Color in the spaces between your graphed lines to simulate the look of stained glass on ONE of your coordinate planes. Take a screenshot of your stained glass graph from PAGE 1, 2 or 3 (Press Shift + Ctrl + Show windows , then click and drag) and place it in the square using the / buttons. > Once you've completed each component of the project, click the button. > IMPORTANT: Please click the button every five to ten minutes to prevent losing your work. > Thank you! To view the scoring rubric relating to this project, click the following link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_Jl1a2tr9DnQay3P0C6zDAsbsSDbNibc0GqJL6CxYpU/edit

9th Grade, 8th Grade, 7th Grade, Math
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Students will display their knowledge and understanding with regard to graphing lines in a variety of different contexts (horizontal/vertical lines, slope-intercept/standard form, systems of linear equations). Furthermore, teachers can use the students' responses on the "Showcase" page in order to create a digital gallery walk task where peer-to-peer analysis and feedback could take place. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.EE.B.5 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.EE.C.8.A