Reflection: Student Ownership To Subtract Me is to Add Me - Section 1: DO NOW

Here is an example of the students being responsible for their own learning in activity called "I have that."  This is a nice way to get them up, talking about their math, and listening to others students.

Student Ownership: I have that in action

To Subtract Me is to Add Me

Unit 7: Equations
Lesson 3 of 14

Big Idea: Solving equations supports algebraic thinking which is needed for high school and beyond.

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Math, Algebra, subtraction equations, equation
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