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This is an 8 page lesson that is based on writing and solving equations and inequalities through real life examples and word problems. I did this in class after notes and the students understood how to write equations perfectly! A great way to get out of the usual worksheet routine. Answer Key in

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This activity gives students the opportunity to look at real world examples of inequalities. There are 12 stations. At each station students write a sentence, in their own words, about what the picture/sign is suggesting. Students then translate their sentence into a mathematical inequality.

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Writing inequalities is a challenging task for students (and it's sometimes challenging for teachers to come up with quality problem situations!) This PowerPoint includes 30 real-world inequality problems. Students read the problem and then write an inequality to represent the situation--answers a

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Use this fun activity to give students a real world connection to inequalities. It’s a great introductory activity once students know the symbols and basic meanings. Students will practice translating words into inequalities. When a building is constructed, it must be up to code. One set of codes

Also included in: Math + Design Bundle, Secondary Resources

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This PPT includes 20 real worlds situations that prompt students to write an inequality that matches. These focus on less than and greater than ONLY. There are no "or equal to" inequalities included.

Systems of Equations and Inequalities - Real World Applications: this handout challenges students to apply their algebra skills in real world situations. The applications can be used as a way to measure student growth or for review.
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• Systems of equations and inequalities: Line

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Also included in: Systems of Equations and Inequalities Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

This lesson plan focuses on introducing inequalities with real-world examples that are relevant to kids. Skills in this lesson include:
1. Understanding the symbols (mnemonic cues included)
2. Using the understanding to sort/classify key words into groups
3. Write simple inequalities
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In this activity, students will match 15 inequalities to real-world phrases. For example, "There are fewer than 1,000 people on the island" and "x < 1,000" is a match. There are duplicate numbers in the set of cards so students really have to think about which inequality symbol represents each re

Students become familiar using inequality symbols to represent real world situations such as:
In order to apply for a drivers license, a person must be at least 16 years old.
To ride the "kiddie cars" at an amusement park, a toddler can be no taller than 36 inches.
Students can use a variable to

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This is a fun way to introduce inequalities to the kids using real world road signs and informational signs. I first start with the kids discussing road signs and what they actually mean. We discuss some terms or vocabulary such as limit, beyond, past, less than, or equal. Then we dig into how to

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Students can practice writing, solving and graphing inequalities from real world situations. 10 problems (usually takes about 40 minutes or so). These can be edited to create additional examples and used as a quiz, guided practice, classwork, or however you see fit. Thank you so much for your con

Writing and Graphing Inequalities from Real World Situations Practice Worksheet, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching. 10 problems total, 5 on each side. Includes line for students to record inequality and line for them to graph their inequality. Please be sure to checkout ALL my great Inequali

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This worksheet contains 10 inequalities where a real-world context is given to the variable. The students are asked to write complete sentences based on the possibilities of the values of the variable.

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This is a resource for interactive notebooks that teachers can use to teach students how to create one-step inequalities from real world problems. Students can cut out the resource and glue it into their interactive notebooks, and they can solve the problems on the paper.

File includes an outline of notes, 17 problems for Classwork, and 10 homework problems that explore the multiple ways inequalities can be represented. It also includes an answer key for each of the files

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These worksheets include real-world problems pertaining to equations in two variables, one step equations, and one step inequalities. I used these questions as a review for my 6th grade unit on equations and inequalities. Enjoy this free product!

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This powerpoint includes 18 problems that use real world examples.

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Teach students how to Write and Graph Inequalities in real-world problems using this fun, interactive Smart Notebook lesson.

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question.
The Make It Real Learning Activity Library, Volume 2 contains 110 engaging common core real-world math activities that demonstrate everyday applications of mathematics.

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Inequality Sort--Real World Situations
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Introduce inequalities to your students using this inequality sort. Students will take real world situations like-- "You must be at least 36 inches to ride the roller coaster"-- and assign it to an inequ

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This packet is designed for students to complete after learning about solving systems of linear inequalities. The activity gives students a real-life perspective on systems of inequalities by using simple business models. After reading a few sentences about a business situation, students will dete

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Also included in: Systems Unit Bundle - Substitution, Elimination

This is a ten question puzzle that asks the student to write and solve inequalites, and includes real world word problems, too. Students need to answer the problems to solve the silly riddle at the bottom. I used this as a homework assignment, although it is a good review that could be used as a c

This article is written for middle school students to learn about integers in the real world. It includes three examples as well as explanations on comparing and computing integers. I use this in station rotations on understanding and ordering positive and negative numbers. A graphic organizer is in

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The PPT includes 10 slides that pose a real world situation and asks students to generate the inequality described, then graph it on the number line. The following 10 slides ask students to generate an inequality based on the graphed number line. Students are prompted to come up with their own real

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