Reflection: Intervention and Extension Writing Algebraic Inequalities - Section 3: Group Work

 

As groups worked on the inequality chart, I observed that students were having difficulty understanding the inequalities that represent at least and at most.  I suggested that students select a value that would make the statement true.  For example, for the statement "at most 7 students were late to class", students should decide what 

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Writing Algebraic Inequalities

Unit 14: Algebra
Lesson 12 of 16

Objective: SWBAT translate algebraic inequalities.

Big Idea: Students identify key words to translate inequalities.

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