Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Two Step Equations - Section 2: Explore


When I got to the practice portion of the lesson, I opted to use white boards instead.  The kids really like using them as opposed to doing worksheets.  Additionally, that gives me the opportunity to really see who is struggling and who understands the concept.  Since this was day one of the concept, I asked that the kids work in groups and help one another.

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Two Step Equations

Unit 6: Equations
Lesson 6 of 22

Objective: Students will be able to solve two-step equations.

Big Idea: It's time to undo the order of operations! This lesson introduces students to two-step equations.

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Math, Algebra, two step equations, inverse operation
  60 minutes
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