I used these notes for Algebra 2 and Algebraic Connections, aka, students who have done this skill before in Algebra 1. Also, these notes are not my original idea, but I'm sharing them on my blog because I added my own spin to them.

The original inspiration came from here.

The original inspiration came from here.

We actually worked the examples before we glued the booklet in and before we wrote the notes at the top of the page. I don't often do that, but then the notes became the summary of the lesson. I gathered student input on wording.

Color with purpose in the highlighting. Simple, yet effective.

I liked how the template for these booklets had tabs. But I did have a hard time printing and copying them so that the lines lined up well on both sides, and it took a great deal of direction to cut and assemble the books relative to a poof booklet. So by the time I did the same lesson with Algebraic Connections, took these problems and made them a poof booklet.

I don't do a separate Algebra 2/Algebraic Connections review of graphing lines because this accomplishes the same purpose and with more purpose. Two birds. One stone.

Download this poof booklet.

Download blank poof booklet template.

Download this poof booklet.

Download blank poof booklet template.