In this differentiated learning activity, students self asses their current understanding of solving systems by substitution and choose a learning level that is suitable for them and move up to the next level when they are ready.
Students begin working on their level of choice and should reflect
Looking for a new way to assess mastery of a concept? Why not try a maze?
Students will start the activity at the "START" arrow and continue through the maze until they reach the “END” space working systems of equations the entire way! The activity is a fun interactive way to solve systems using
Students solve systems of equations in order to correctly work their way through a maze. There are two mazes included. Maze #1 has one equation written in slope-intercept form, and Maze #2 does not have either equation written in slope-intercept form. Teachers can choose the maze most appropriate fo
20 system of equation problems with multiple choice answers. Emphasize that students must solve using substitution and show their work otherwise students could potentially work backwards.
I've heard this lesson plan format called a "scavenger hunt" or "trail run". Each problem is hung on the wall
This is a double-sided practice page containing 12 questions over Solving a linear system of equations by the Substitution method. The questions on the front start off easy and then they get progressively harder including non-integer answers. Key included.
This resource is also av
This 30 card set (15 problems with answers) is a great resource for students to practice solving systems by substitution. If you print them on both sides with the answer on one side, then laminate them, they could be used with dry erase markers. You can use this on a smartboard as well.
Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice solving systems of equations with substitution, they can learn about the poet, activist, teacher, inspiration Maya Angelou!
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Solving systems by Substitution - Notes AND Maze Activity!
This is a great way to teacher (or re-teach) solving systems of equation by using the substitution method. I have included notes in Cornell Note format (with an answer key), along with a maze activity for your students to practice. The maz
This is a scavenger hunt that I used to have students practice solving systems of equations. There are 2 per page to save paper but the order is completely random. Students will start at any problem and solve, then they look around the room for their answer (this is self checking because if the a
Demonstrate the Substitution method of solving systems of linear equations with this animated PowerPoint. Use this presentation to give students the big picture of the steps of the Substitution Method before they get bogged down in the numbers.
To use this product as intended,
SWBAT solve systems of linear equations, when given two equations in slope-intercept form. Students solve for x by setting the equations equal, then solve for y by substituting their x value back into one of the equations. This is simple substitution, all equations are written as y = mx + b. This ac
This is a great activity for students to practice solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method.
I designed this activity to help students practice looking for mistakes in mathematical work. I found that students would realize they were wrong or had made an error, but would not
Linear Equations Concepts (Ch 6 in Algebra 1, Pearson).
Included is a matching Powerpoint that follows the notes exactly
Included: Homework for each lesson and PpwerPoint
Please keep in mind the preview is to show you what the notes look like. It lists all the topics covered in the bundle. This is
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 Wh
This review game is a team activity, but encourages each student and each team to participate in solving all of the problems (unlike traditional Jeopardy games, etc). The included rules allow chances for each team to set the pace for their own questions, so slower students will still have time to fi
Solving system of equations by substitution. This document contains four pages of guided notes and one page of guided practice. This is a great resource for an introductory/intermediate/advance lesson on solving system of equation by substitution.
10 pages - (Guided Notes, Practice and Answers)
As if solving math sentences with one letter in them wasn’t bad enough, in order to complete this mathematically enhanced puzzling blurb about the Piping Plover, you’ll have to solve two sentences with two letters. Mathematicians refer to this type of situation as a system of equations. When there
This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook on solving systems of equations by substitution.
Blackline master and color-coded answer key included.
** My Interactive Note Pages include all or some of the following: step by step color-coded notes, diagrams, graphic
This resources teaches and practices body parts in a fun and easy way!
Created as a substitute plan, this can also be an in-class activity
This was created for a middle/high school level-one class (50 minute)
This resource includes the following:
-Vocabulary sheet with info about planets
This is a 34 page Smartboard lesson over solving systems of equations using substitution. There are multiple pages of explanation along with several practice pages. Some of the pages have both equations in slope-intercept form and some of the pages have the equations in standard form. All practice p
This is a 6 question scavenger hunt over systems of linear equations. All of the problems have an intersection point. There is at least one variable with a coefficient of one. The problems are a variety of forms with 1 problem having both equations solved for y, 2 problems have one solved for y, one
Solving Systems of Linear Equations using the Substitution Method – Pass the Paper Activity (Cooperative Learning Activity)
This activity is designed to help your students practice and retain a long-lasting understanding of how to solve system of linear equation problems using the substitution m
This document contains two worksheets with answer keys. The problems include equations in all forms. A few of the problems involve basic fraction work. Students are to solve the problems and then identify the solution as one solution, no solution or infinite solutions.
This r squared creation PowerPoint teaches students how to solve a linear system by substitution when a term is NOT already isolated. The PowerPoint includes a warm-up, notes, class work, summary, and a ticket out the door. It is standards based and aligns to the Holt Algebra textbook. It presents i
This r squared creation PowerPoint and Worksheet teaches students how to solve a linear system by substitution when a term is already isolated. The PowerPoint includes a warm-up, notes, class work, summary, and a ticket out the door. It is standards based and aligns to the Holt Algebra textbook. It
This is a puzzle enabling the student/puzzle-doer to learn a little more of Georgia's history and practice solving systems by using the substitution method . . . simultaneously, as it were. A Prelude accompanies the puzzle that explains/reviews how the substitution method is done. This is a puzzl
One of the biggest complaints I hear from students is that they don't know how to take notes in math! I have organized Algebra lessons into fill-in style notes pages. I feel that many students would fill in a page like this whereas they would not necessarily take notes on a blank sheet of paper.
Use this as an in-class review assignment or a homework assignment prior to a quiz on solve systems of linear equations using graphing and substitution. You could also make this a quiz. (Contains 3 graphing problems and 4 substitution problems).
This set of stations allows students to practice solving systems with substitution. The answer to the problem leads students to the next problem that they should solve (kind of an "Around the World" review approach).
In this activity students will practice solving systems of equations by using the substitution method.
If you are looking for an escape from the boring monotony of standard worksheets then this activity help suit your needs. Help keep your students actively engaged by making their work fun. Studen
The activity is a math trail where the students solve one system using Substitution Method, find the answer, which tells them the next problem to do. Continue the process until the student is back to the original problem.
Objective: Solve a linear system by substitution.
These algebra lessons were adapted for Smartboard and contain lots of problems and hidden answers. Most lessons contain step by step instructions and word/real life problems. The students love going up to the SmartBoard to solve the problems, then
Deductive Algebra (Beta 51 Lesson DRAFT):
Unit 4, Lesson 6: Manipulating Equations to Solve Systems by Substitution
This is a lesson draft linked to online practice (mcpeak.co). When the final version of this lesson is released with online solutions, those resources will be automatically available
The Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 classroom during the Systems of Equations Unit.
There are 10 sets of equations that students should graph to find the solutions. This activity usually takes about 30 minutes
This r squared creation PowerPoint teaches students how to solve a linear system by substitution when a term is already isolated. The PowerPoint includes a warm-up, notes, class work, summary, and a ticket out the door. It is standards based and aligns to the Holt Algebra textbook. It presents infor
This worksheet contains 4 substitution problems - students must solve and check. I use it as a check in/exit slip the day after I teach substitution, but it could be used as a homework assignment, review assignment or a quiz. Answers included.
This template does not provide problems. Students will simply copy problems given by the teacher. Space is provided for students to determine the solution using substitution or elimination. Graphs are provided for students to confirm their solution.
A visual and tactile activity to model solving systems using substitution. Provides instructions on how to create a tool your students can use to help them correctly use substitution. Also includes four examples you as a teacher can use to model.
This is a 10-slide presentation on Solving Systems by Substitution.
There is nothing fancy here - just 8 examples to use to teach the substitution method.
HOWEVER, I have included a link to a YouTube video on a very unique and effective<
Substitute feedback form plus tips and form for setting up a system for absent students to independently find out what they missed. Run by student monitors! Helps students be responsible for absences. Successfully used my in middle school classes. The substitute feedback form is designed for midd