Reflection: Homework Writing and Graphing Inequalities to Represent Constraints - Section 3: Discussion + Closing


My students often need more practice graphing inequalities.  Though I shy away from a lot of skill based worksheets, this might be a good opportunity to give students some practice for homework. Because the ways of graphing inequalities are new to students, spending some time on repetitive problems might actually help them to be more comfortable with graphing inequalities. As a teacher I am always trying to balance conceptual understanding with skill based applications.  I think the skill side could use some additional attention here.

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Writing and Graphing Inequalities to Represent Constraints

Unit 3: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
Lesson 4 of 17

Objective: SWBAT write inequalities in two variables based on a real world problem. Students will be able to graph inequalities in two variables and show the solution.

Big Idea: Application practice! Students solidify their understanding of writing and graphing inequalities with a new set of constraints.

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