Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge The One-Step Equation & Its Many Faces - Section 3: Instruction & Teacher Modeling

During this reflection video, I discuss the relationship between this lesson and concepts taught in Unit 2 (Ratios & Proportions).

Connection to Prior Knowledge: Re-Addressing Standards from Unit 2

The One-Step Equation & Its Many Faces

Unit 4: One-Step Equations & Inequalities
Lesson 6 of 15

Big Idea: In How Many Ways Can I See Thee... Let Me Count The Ways: Understanding that a one-step equation can be represented in multiple ways.

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Math, Expressions (Algebra), Inequalities (Algebra), tables and graphs, dependent variable, independent variable
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Michelle Braggs

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