## Reflection: Rigor Writing Equations from Tables - Stations - Section 3: Closure

So, this is the 2nd day we have been working on writing equations from tables in the form y = x _____.  We have only been working with one-step equations and I wanted to see if students could make the leap to a two-step equation.  I created a worksheet that has 2 problems that will help them make this leap.  They need to compete the table, write the equation and graph the equation on the coordinate grid.

Writing equations problems

Rigor: Homework/Extension Problem

# Writing Equations from Tables - Stations

Unit 7: Equations
Lesson 9 of 14

## Big Idea: Using stations allows time to practice skills in small groups.

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