## Reflection: Online Resources Solving Linear Inequalities with a Comparison to Linear Equations - Section 3: Partner Work

Since creating this lesson, I just recently found another website with resources like the one I provided in this lesson.  When I used the Partner Worksheet in this lesson, I was impressed by the immediate feedback that it provides students, and the drive students had to want to compare answers.  I found another website that calls this type of worksheet Row Games, and has several resources.  This website shows the power of online collaboration.  Just like the Better Lesson website, it allows teachers to collaborate that otherwise would not.  A teacher set up a sharing box, and students have loaded these type of worksheets to the box.

Here are the resources. At the website: https://app.box.com/rowgames. (Last accessed 5-13-15)

The Power of Online Collaboration- and Extra Resources
Online Resources: The Power of Online Collaboration- and Extra Resources

# Solving Linear Inequalities with a Comparison to Linear Equations

Unit 2: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
Lesson 4 of 8

## Big Idea: Use visual representations to help students understand differences between solving linear inequalities and solving linear equations.

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Math, guided practice, solving linear equations, partner critique, solving linear inequalities in one variable, comparison using a Venn Diagram, partner work
50 minutes

### Rhonda Leichliter

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