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This activity can be used in two ways: 1) Each student is given one of the equations to solve. After solving their equation, each student walks around the room to find their numerical solution. Two students should be standing or sitting by each numerical solution. Then the pair of students trade
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There are 10 questions, and students have 2 minutes per question. This is always SUPER effective when I use this... students choose their first partner, then after two min, have to switch questions AND partners. It gets them up and moving, and working with different people (of their choice, so they
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This is a cooperative learning activity where students each have a set of problems. Students will walk through their problems that say "Player (A or B)" and their partner "Coach A or B" has the answers and hints, and will make sure the player is doing all of the problems correctly and will guide and
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Solving Quadratic Equations (Factoring vs. Quadratic Formula): Partner Activity This is a great collaborative activity to practice solving quadratic equations by both factoring and quadratic formula methods. Partner A will solve the first equation by factoring while Partner B solves the same equat
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This is my favorite, favorite, favorite review activity for solving equations!!! Partners work side by side with different, but similar worksheets. Partner A has all of Partner B's answers on the back of his or her worksheet. Partner B has all of Partner A's answers on the back of his or her work
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This is an activity that can be used to practice solving two step equations. It is meant to be completed in partner groups. Each page has two lists of problems. These lists are labeled “partner 1” and “partner 2.” Each equation is different, but the value students will get when they solve for x will
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Looking for extra practice for solving literal equations or solving for a specific variable in a formula? This worksheet can be a standalone or partner activity. It works great with mini white boards and then recording the answers on the sheet.
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These worksheets are designed for students to do while working with a partner. Each student should work independently to solve their own problem on their half of the worksheet. After finding their own answer, students should compare the answer they obtained with their partner’s answer. Each partn
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Get students working together practicing solving systems by Graphing! Each partner will work their own problem by graphing but the students will get the same answer for their solution! This cuts down cheating and still lets the students know if they are on the right track because their solution shou
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This partner activity was designed for a Pre-Algebra class, but would be appropriate for Algebra 1, or a review activity for more advanced course. This is a partner play worksheet (row game) for solving one and two-step linear equations with integers. The .zip file contains .pdf, .doc (Word 2003), a
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This is an activity that can be used to practice solving multi step equations. It is meant to be completed in partner groups but can be done as a self check activity by individual students too. The page has two lists of problems. The lists are labeled “partner 1” and “partner 2.” Each problem is d
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I use this to review solving equations with my Algebra 1 classes. Students are "paired up." One student receives Worksheet A, the other Worksheet B. Each student works his/her own problem, then checks answers with their partner. Although the problems are different, the answers are the same. I
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Each student will solve a total of 15 problems on one-step equations. I have included two versions: (1) One-step equations with no negatives, and (2) one-step equations with negatives. The one-step equations involve adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.
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This is an AMAZING-- I may even go so far as to say MIRACULOUS-- activity! It turns a worksheet into an activity that encourages collaboration and problem-solving, while strengthening their knowledge of this unit. This file includes a partner match-up activity for each of the following types of so
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This is an activity that can be used to practice solving one step equations. It is meant to be completed in partner groups but can be done as a self check activity by individual students too. The page has two lists of problems. The lists are labeled “partner 1” and “partner 2.” Each problem is dif
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This is an activity that can be used to practice solving absolute value equations. It is meant to be completed in partner groups but can be done as a self check activity by individual students too. The page has two lists of problems. The lists are labeled “partner 1” and “partner 2.” Each problem
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This is an activity that students should work on with partners or alone. There are four levels to this challenge. Students must complete one level in order to move on to the next. The levels are: One-step equations Two-step equations Multi-step equations Equations with variables on both sides Ther
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Great way for students to practice solving one step equations with rational numbers. Directions: Find the value of each variable. Partner A does the left side and partner B does the right side. After completing each section, find matching answers. One will have a letter and the other a number.
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Each student will solve a total of 15 problems on two-step equations. This activity works great in pairs and is a great way to review two-step equations.
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Directions: You and your partner will work together to solve these system of equation problems. One partner will solve the problems on the left and the other partner will solve the problems on the right. When you are done, your answers will match – BUT the answers are NOT in the same order in bot
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Here is a super easy to implement partner activity! Each partner solves a problem. Then they compare. If the answers match, it's correct! Includes positive and negative integers in problems.All answers are positive numbers. Check out a corresponding one-step equation activity here: Image credit
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This activity practices solving basic trigonometric equations. Students must find their primary solutions in the specific interval (0 ; 2π] and give answers in radian form. The process of solving involves only the use of the reciprocal identities and algebraic manipulation (such as collecting like
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Solving Two-Step Equations Partner Activity: Great way for students to practice solving two-step equations. Students are held accountable for getting the correct answer because their partner is relying on them. The equations include all types of rational numbers. Directions: Find the value of e
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In this activity students practice solving multiplication and division one step equations. Students work with a partner to solve fourteen different problems. Problems 1-7 are multiplication equations, and problems 8-14 are division equations. Equations include both positive and negative integers. St
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