Reflection: Classroom Setup Solving Linear Equations Stations Activity - Section 2: Solving Equations Stations


Organization is important in this lesson to be successful instead of chaotic.  It is important to have the tables or desks organized ahead of time for the stations, as well as the copies prepared.  The station documents as well as the keys have to be copied, and cut apart.  It is also important to consider the movement of the students at the stations.  A central location is needed for students to pick up new station documents and return completed ones. As well as check completed stations against the key.

  Organization is key for the success of lessons
  Classroom Setup: Organization is key for the success of lessons
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Solving Linear Equations Stations Activity

Unit 2: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT attend mini workshops on areas of need for solving Linear Equations, while others get introduced to solving Linear Inequalities through Khan Academy.

Big Idea: To provide differentiated support by meeting the students needs on solving Linear Equations, but allowing other students to move forward with Linear Inequalities.

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Differentiation, Math, extension activity, solving linear equations, stations, immediate feedback to students, remediation of skills needed
  50 minutes
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