## Openers Sept 30.pdf - Section 1: Patterns Problems: A New Twist

Openers Sept 30.pdf
Openers Sept 30.pdf

# Solving Linear Equations: Assessing What You Know So Far

Unit 3: Solving Linear Equations
Lesson 1 of 12

## Big Idea: Students enter 9th grade with a wide variety of prior knowledge about this fundamental skill. My first step in differentiating is to give students the ability to identify for themselves what they know.

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### James Dunseith

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