Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Deciphering Word Problems to Write Equations - Section 2: Apples in the Basket

This was a great way to develop a conceptual understanding of equations and how to identify what they keywords mean to do.  We did write the equation together, but they were not able to do it on their own right now.

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I wouldn't change this at all....
Developing a Conceptual Understanding: I wouldn't change this at all....

Deciphering Word Problems to Write Equations

Unit 7: Equations
Lesson 7 of 14

Big Idea: Knowing the language of word problems helps students write equations which is a skill used in Algebra.

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