Reflection: Accountability Absolute Value Equations - Section 1: Warm Up and Homework Check


Knowing your students is an important part of being an educator.  I had a Student answer the warm up incorrectly.  At first glance, it seems that the student had some misconceptions.  This particular student has a history of giving less than 100% and when I decided to took a more personal approach and ask him about his solution, he quickly changed his solution to a correct response.  My goal with this student, and others like him, is to let them know I see their potential and intent to hold them accountable! 

  Accountability: Effort and Expectations
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Absolute Value Equations

Unit 2: Modeling with Functions
Lesson 18 of 24

Objective: Students will be able to model and solve absolute value equations. How cold is it?

Big Idea: Modeling a range of solutions is the goal of this lesson on absolute values. How cold is it?

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Math, Algebra, absolute value, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, master teacher project, Absolute Value Equations, transformation of absolute value functions
  50 minutes
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