Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Deepening our understanding - Section 3: Closure


I wanted to make sure the students were making connections between the Distributive property and equivalent expressions.  So, instead of them explaining how they solved an equation, I had them come up with an equivalent expression to 3 ( x + 2).  They need to explain in writing how they would find this expression. This appeals to all learners because they can act it out, simplify it Algebraically, or explain how they know what the expression is equal to. 

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Deepening our understanding

Unit 6: Expressions
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT use manipulatives to better understand the concept of solving equations and evaluating expressions

Big Idea: Hands on Equations is the miracle drug to saving Algebra

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