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Lessons (121)

Lessons (121)

ALGEBRA /My Betterlesson Curriculum

(11 Units, 121 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Relationships between Quantities/Reasoning with Equations(15 Lessons)

Linear Patterns

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Big Idea:Constant-increase and constant-decrease situations lead to linear graphs and are represented by linear equations.

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10 Resources

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Algebra Match

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Big Idea:Students not only need to be skilled at writing and solving equations, but they must also know how to justify the steps they take.

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11 Resources

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In Linear Relationships

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Big Idea:Students sometimes don’t see the big picture in reference to forms of linear relationships. They see tables, graphs, and equations as isolated tasks. Here, they will learn to make the connections.

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14 Resources

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Making It Clear

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Big Idea:Equations with fractions can be transformed into equivalent equations without fractions or decimals, making solving easier!

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15 Resources

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Calendar Clever

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Big Idea:Solving problems by choosing strategies, making calculations and reasoning are important algebra skills.

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12 Resources

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Operation Rational Irrational Numbers

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Big Idea:Real numbers are either rational or irrational. But do we know the nature of sums and products of these real numbers?

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14 Resources

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Absolutely

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Big Idea:Absolute values are used to represent distances

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12 Resources

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Discovering Slopes

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Big Idea:The rate at which one quantity changes with respect to another can be determined either by computation or by looking at a graph.

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15 Resources

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Transforming Formulas

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Big Idea:Knowing how to use formulas flexibly can make it easier to solve real world problems.

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12 Resources

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Inequality Connection

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Relationships between Quantities/Reasoning with Equations

Big Idea:Should you rent a car or buy one? Which cell phone plan suits you best? Should you send for copies or buy the machine? Inequalities can help you decide what's best for you!

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19 Resources

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Slope Intercept Scenarios

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Big Idea:Real world situations like cell phone plan situations, savings accounts, or car rental scenarios can be modeled with linear equations in order to make predictions.

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11 Resources

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Separate the Radicals

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Big Idea:Radical expressions are common in geometry, trigonometry, and in the building professions. The voltage formula in electrical engineering for example, is V = √PR. Students need to be confident solving radical equations.

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9 Resources

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Two Variable Inequalities

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Big Idea:Knowing how to graph two variable inequalities is sooo significant! Sooo many real world circumstances can be modeled with inequalities. Sooo….let’s get with it!

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18 Resources

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Graphing Inequalities (Vertical and Horizontal Boundaries)

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Big Idea:This lesson is actually a continuation of the Two Variable Inequality lesson. Again, the topic of inequalities is a great one for modeling with real world problems.

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13 Resources

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Round Robin Review ( Unit 3 )

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Big Idea:Tackling questions in Round Robin fashion is a great way to review and practice for standardized exams.

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12 Resources

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