Reflection: Real World Applications To Add me is to Subtract Me - Section 7: Closure

 

We haven't had the chance to talk about how equations are used in our own worlds.  I made the leap to let them go ahead and try it on their own.  (I did give an example to my lower functioning students and they did pretty good too).

 

Here are some examples.

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To Add me is to Subtract Me

Unit 7: Equations
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT solve addition equations.

Big Idea: Solving equations supports algebraic thinking which is needed for high school and beyond.

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Math, Algebra, addition equations, equation
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