Slope-Intercept Form Doodle Notes
Slope Intercept Form of a Line "Doodle Notes" -
Doodling has been proven to activate the brain's pathways just enough to keep it from daydreaming, without distracting from the learning at hand!
"Doodle notes" are a unique visual note-taking method with built-in features that increase focus and memory by taking advantage of a collection of brain research, including Dual Coding Theory.
When students color, sketch, and get creative with the doodle note strategy in math class, it integrates both hemispheres of the student brain. This helps maximize neural connections and offers many benefits:
- new learning
- relaxation (less math anxiety)
- visual connections
- better memory & retention of the content!
Students fill in the sheets, answer the questions, and color, doodle, sketch, or embellish. Then, they can use it as a study guide later on.
Content for this set of doodle notes on SLOPE-INTERCEPT FORM includes:
- understanding slope and y-intercept
- formula for an equation in slope-intercept form
- steps for graphing a line
- working with graph form, equation form, tables, and ordered pairs
- special cases
- what to do with equations that do not yet have y isolated
- practice and examples
- sketching positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes
2 printable student pages plus answer keys, samples, and info