Reflection: Students with Disabilities Translate and Solve Inequalities - Section 2: Class Notes


Some students struggle to keep up with the amount of note-taking required in our class. Weak graphomotor skills, speech/language impairments, and/or other disabilities are realities I face in each of my classes. It is important to keep lines of communication open with the special education coordinators at our schools to best help students with special needs. One accommodation suggested was providing students with copies of the class notes. I include blank spaces for students to complete as we review our notes, engaging them is a less rigorous writing exercise, while still practicing the skill of note taking. Students are then asked to place this sheet in their binders, in a specially created section which they are allowed to sue during a quiz. 

This document is attached within the reflection.

  Students with Disabilities: Copy of Class Notes
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Translate and Solve Inequalities

Unit 4: Multi-step Equations, Inequalities, and Factoring
Lesson 13 of 20

Objective: SWBAT translate and solve two step inequalities.

Big Idea: Students work independently and in pairs to translate and solve word problems involving inequalities

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