Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Evaluating Expressions and Not the Emotional Kind! - Section 1: DO NOW

 

The students are given the opportunity to come to the board to explain how they know if an expression is Algebraic.  Part of the common core strand for expressions is to have the students know th terms of Algebra.  This gives them a good way to apply their vocabulary.

 

Watch how the students do implement MP 3 and MP 6!

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  Discourse and Questioning: Let's talk Algebra
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Evaluating Expressions and Not the Emotional Kind!

Unit 6: Expressions
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT evaluate expressions using substitution

Big Idea: Evaluating expressions, now that’s a joyful experience!

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