Reflection: Exit Tickets Solving Linear Inequalities - Section 5: Closing


When I review my students’ Exit Cards, regardless of length or type of skill assessed, I am always looking for three elements: 1) Strengths or mastery of a particular skill, 2) Weaknesses or deficits in achieving mastery of a particular skill, and 3) Patterns in both areas, so that I can better reflect and assess my own teaching of what went well in a lesson for a group of students and what may require either strategic or whole-class reteaching. It’s important for me to stay cognizant of my students’ daily progress and struggles so that I can be sure I am meeting them each day where they are and adjust accordingly so as not to lose anyone either in review of a mastered skill or by advancing before my students really have a grasp on a concept.

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Solving Linear Inequalities

Unit 7: Linear Inequalities
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT solve linear inequalities and represent their solution on a number line.

Big Idea: Students will apply their knowledge of multi-step equations to solve linear inequalities.

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