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Note that there are not enough 1-point problems for students to earn all 20 needed points As I circulate around the room, I am checking for the following issues: Are groups annotating the verbal expressions?
Are they selecting the correct operation s? If necessary, are the terms in the correct order? Here are some questions that I plan to ask students during Partner Practice: How did you select this operation? How did you know where the equal sign belonged?
Would this equation be correct if I wrote it this way? What property did I apply? I then open it up for feedback from the group around what they like about the organization of the student work and what can be improved.
As I circulate, I am looking to be sure that students are annotating their problems. The common errors that will come up are students confusing the order of the terms for 'less than,' 'greater than,' 'fewer than,' etc. I do have some students who struggle with the language in these lessons.
My struggling readers have a word bank to use as a resource when they encounter a word like 'quotient. The problems do get more complex as students get further along, so that my faster workers are challenged more as they get towards the end of the problem set.
Closing and Exit Ticket 5 minutes As a closing to this lesson, I ask students to turn and talk with their partner. They summarize the steps they should take when translating a verbal expression into an equation. I ask for volunteers to share out with the class.
I ask students to share out any 'tricky' things that they should look out for when working on these translations. Students then work on the Exit Ticket.
Students who translate quickly will have the chance to practice solving for the variable. Unit 6 LP 4 exit ticket sample.Free Pre-Algebra worksheets created with Infinite Pre-Algebra.
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• Determine if an equation or inequality is appropriate for a given situation.
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