Algebra I(9 Units, 108 Lessons)
Big Idea: To use a mixed review to check for understanding of solving one-step, two step, and multi-step linear equations.
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Big Idea: To provide differentiated support by meeting the students needs on solving Linear Equations, but allowing other students to move forward with Linear Inequalities.
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Big Idea: Use visual representations to help students understand differences between solving linear inequalities and solving linear equations.
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Big Idea: Students understand that the variables in an equation represent real numbers, therefore Real Number Properties apply.
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Big Idea: Students recognize the meaning of "and" as an intersection of solutions, and "or" meaning that only one of the inequalities have to be true.
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Big Idea: To develop a deeper understanding of Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities from the distance on a number line and writing sentences about that distance.
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Big Idea: Students will use a graphing calculator and writing compound inequalities to develop a conceptual understanding compared to memorizing.
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