Reflection: Checks for Understanding Elimination to Solving Systems (2) - Section 4: Closure


After collecting student work, I'd make notes on what their work tells me about their current grasp of the objectives. Their responses warn me  about any issues so I can decide whether to go on or continue practicing solving by elimination or substitution. I don't score their work, just make notes and give feedback on their work. I don't want students to begin comparing grades, instead, I want them to concentrate on the points they need to improve on. I would treat all formative tasks the same way. 

  Assessing student work
  Checks for Understanding: Assessing student work
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Elimination to Solving Systems (2)

Unit 6: Systems of Linear Equations
Lesson 7 of 13

Objective: SWBAT solve more systems of equations by Elimination.

Big Idea: Sometimes it's necessary to multiply EACH equation by a different number, before adding.

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Math, solving equations, Algebra, standard form of an equation, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Solving systems, Elimimation, slope intercept form, systems of equations, Math 8, Systems of, linear modeling
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