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Inequalities is a new topic to grade 6 because of the new common core. Test your students knowledge of inequalities using this creative summative performance assessment. Use it as an inequality test or project. Keep them interested with this fun and real world application of inequalities. Studen
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This is a four page project that is focused on compound inequalities. It is based on creating data from movie time lengths from the 70's-00's. It is a cute activity and our students loved it! We were able to incorporate it into our Reading classes, as well! This could be used as an in-class assi
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This is a project that brings one-variable inequalities to real-life. The student surveys six different groups of people and turns the results into 6 different inequalities (<, >, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to, =, and not equal to). Directions for the student, a grading rubri
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This is a project for an algebra or algebra 2 course for students to write their own inequality story problems in one variable and in two variables. They need to solve the first inequality and graph the second, describing three points in the solution set. A scoring rubric is included and there are t
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This project allows students to explore the impact of the different economic factors on life in different nations. Students are asked to pick an economic indicator, such as GDP and compare it to a social indicator, such as life expectancy. The project is broken up into different steps, with resource
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Students are grouped in teas of three. They will be rotating their task throughout the project. As artist 1 graphs the first inequality in project A, Artist 2 graphs the first inequality in project B and artist 3 graphs the first graph in Project C. They then rotate their papers and complete the
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Project includes writing and applying compound and linear inequalities. I use this project before I teach systems of linear inequalities and use it to introduce. Students have their first assignment as a nutritionist and have to come up with a week sample of a meal for their client who does not know
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Students are grouped in teams of two. They will be rotating their task throughout the project. As artist 1 graphs the first inequality in project A, Artist 2 graphs the first inequality in project B. They then rotate their papers and complete the second inequality graph. Finally they rotate agai
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Project outline, including rubric, for a project in which students will research a global inequality (ex. poverty in Chad) and then they will create a website using the pertinent information from research.
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This project provides students an opportunity to show what they know when it comes to Equations and Inequalities. This product can be easily differentiated for different ability levels by adjusting the parameters for the specific needs of your students. Both the PDF and the Word Document versions
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The project is the core of what I have built my classroom around. Scaffolding learners to real world projects. This bundle includes the 105+ math projects I have written. This is over 2,700 pages of content. 21st Century Math Projects each scaffold through an authentic context and math skill buildi
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Ahoy! Thar's different ways to teach Systems 'o Equations 'n Inequalities. Take a voyage with me! (NOTE: This project is not written in English it is written in PIRATE). In this 21st Century Math Project, students work develop their graphing linear equations and inequalities skills through three dif
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This group project is an investigation, both globally and in the United States, of the inequalities in Income, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, & Age. Students explore 6 different topics inside of each inequality, comparing the inequalities in the United States to the World, and examining the history
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The attached project gives students precise directions on creating and graphing their own systems of inequalities. The project asks student to pick two ordered pairs and plug them in to prove they are solutions to the two inequalities. This ensure students have correctly shaded the overlapping secti
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Looking for an end-of-unit activity for two-step equations and inequalities? This project allows students to be creative while using their mathematical brains! Students will solve 15 two-step equations, inequalities, and word problems. Each solution will be matched to items that students will incl
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About this resource : This in-class math project provides students with a fun way to put their fraction, decimal and equation writing/solving skills to work in a yummy, real world scenario.Students will be able to apply what they know about fraction and decimal operations, as well as writing and sol
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop
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Also included in: CSI -- ALL OF THEM -- Grades (3-12) - 45 Investigations Bundle

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Count the calories, make a fitness plan, watch weight, and practice linear inequalities in this 21st Century Math Project. Students will use real world authentic calorie data from common foods, popular fast food restaurants and also will use calorie burning measurements in a variety of activities. S
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Also included in: Inequalities -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

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An End of Year Activity that is interactive, fun, and engaging! End of Year Math Game Board Project is an activity that I end every school year with. You will want to end every school year with too! This project can take the last two to three weeks of school and keeps the students ENGAGED!!! FEATU
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod
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Also included in: Inequalities -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

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The Complete Collection of Lessons, Projects, and Games for Middle School Math Engaging, High-Interest Math Activities Every one of our exciting, high-interest middle school math lessons, projects, and games from our 6 eBooks is included in The Complete Collection of Lessons, Projects, and Games.
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Make math meaningful with this no prep real world expressions and equations mini-project and classroom makeover! In this project, students work at a coffee shop while practicing their skills at writing expressions, solving equations, and working with inequalities. If you so choose, there are also in
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This project is the Christmas Version of my popular Cupcake Shop Project! The scenario and questions are the same - the only difference is in this version, students are planning a Holiday Cookie Shop instead of a Cupcake Shop!About this resource : This in-class math project provides students with a
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This is the sixth complete interactive notebook in my introduction to sociology curriculum. The Social Inequalities Notebook will provide your students with an overview of sociological perspectives on social inequalities. A bonus of these notebooks is that most of the resources and PowerPoints are e
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