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Reviewing Distributive Property with Area Models

# Reviewing Distributive Property with Area Models

Unit 3: Solving Linear Equations in One Variable

Lesson 11 of 29

Lesson 11 of 29

## Objective: SWBAT understand the distributive property by using an area model to visualize applying the property conceptually.

*55 minutes*

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#### Closing the Lesson

*5 min*

This lesson really applies math practice standard five **(MP5)**by allowing students to use area models to visualize and understand the distributive property through illustration. In closing the lesson you can begin to move students into more abstract and algebraic expressions if you feel they are ready, such as (3x +4y)^{2 }

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