## Individual Think Time - Section 2: Bell Ringer

Individual Think Time

# Evaluate an algebraic expression with two variables and two or three operations, using integer substitution

Unit 8: Expressions and Equations
Lesson 15 of 25

## Big Idea: Students will use mathematical practice 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 to evaluate expressions with two variables and multiple operations, relying on prior understanding to grapple through the problems.

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Math, algebraic expression, order of operations, Number Sense and Operations, Expressions (Algebra), integer substitution, operations with integers, Evaluating Expressions
40 minutes

### Malissa Thomas-St.Clair

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