This bundle includes a sample lesson plan for suggestions on how to order the materials, a foldable, a card activity, and a Think - Pair - Share activity.
The foldable shows how to convert from a table, graph, or situation to an equation. The card activity has tables, graphs, or situations on a car
Two different worksheets, one on writing one step equations from word problems and one on writing two step equations from real world situations. Students are asked to define variables on each of the worksheets. As an extension, students can then solve those equations.
Answer keys are included.
Writing Equations (Translating from Words) - Practice / Review Game:
Students pass the message around the circle of their team. Players alternate between writing a sentence and writing an equation, with only the previous line visible. Each paper that makes it all the way around having kept an equ
Writing equations 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 equation problems. Students read the problem and then write an equation to represent the situation--answers are includ
This quiz requires students to create an equation in slope-intercept form from a table, graph, situation, or two points.
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th and 8th grade math TEKS. Each quiz contains ten questions of varying levels. Please click the preview button to see the quiz i
In this 2 page, 6 question worksheet plus answer key (4 pages total) students are asked to choose the correct one step equation that matches a given situation. All problems involve decimals and include only addition and subtraction. Students are also asked if they can come up with their own equati
Writing Equations from Tables with Independent and Dependent Variables and Quantities
Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational number
The assignment is to cut-out equation cards and word problem cards then match them together. In addition, students should state what the variable represents in each situation and solve for x. The equations are different but use the same numbers so students will have to think about operations rather
Student of ALL ages love to draw and color… especially in Math Class!
Math Mugshots are a GREAT way to review math concepts while providing some “color” to math class. You can use this activity to review for a test, as a homework assignment, as extra credit, or as an assessment.
This quiz has students write a two-step, one-variable equation or inequality to represent a problem situation. There are only variables on one side, but it could be a great intro, reteach, or modification for 8th graders (corresponding to TEKS 8.8A).
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all
I am very happy to share a power point on "Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form".
* This is the first form students become familiar with before they tackle Point-Slope Form and Standard Form.
* In writing equations in Slope-Intercept Form, students review writing an equation when g
This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook on writing equations from tables and situations.
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
8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how t
This set is designed to allow students the opportunity
to build strip diagrams that they will write equations for
and solve. There is a set for 1 step problems and a set for
2 step problems. You will use the 1 inch color tiles for students
to build a visual model of their strip diagram.
Students will write equations from tables and real world problems. This can be used as homework, classwork, or an assessment. Problems can be copied and pasted into your smart software. This worksheet consists of 12 tables and 8 word problems where students will write an equation to match each si
Activity helping reinforce TEKS 7.10A
Includes 8 equations and four situations for each equation. Students work in groups (or alone): read the equation, read each situation, decide which situation fits the equation. Students can write their answers on the answer document included and/or students ca
Writing Equations from word problems, Matching equations and word problems.
Set of Question Cards and Answer Key (one per group)
Transparency or Dry Erase Markers
Player A chooses an envelope. On the outside is a problem situation. Inside the envelope are 3 questions and 3 express
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Interactive Math Journal Pages that align to the TEKS!
This packet contains 2 INB pages that can be used to teach the concept of Writing Equations and Inequalities from Situations with a Variable on Both Sides- T
Students will use data from a table and verbal description to calculate the slope (m) and y-intercept (b), write an equation (y = mx + b) and create a graph that represents each situation.
Hits the Common Core Standards 7.RP.A.2
and TEKS 8.5B, 8.5I
Excellent for state assessment preparation!
Use his Flip Book to teach your students how to write equations in slope-intercept form!
Multiple representations are included, complete with steps and examples, so your students will have everything they need in one comprehensive foldable. Use it as a teaching tool or as a helpful resource to inc
8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Writing Equations in Point-Slope Form in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to wr
This is a one-sided practice page aimed at solving quadratics in applied situations and writing equations of quadratics. There are 7 questions.
Specifically, the first question asks the student to write the equation of a quadratic given its zeros. Question #2 tells about a student who was solving a
Use these cards as a review of how to write equations. Task Cards include multiple choice questions, and questions where students have to write the equation. Students have to figure out what the equation is, what word problem would go with the equation, or what the variable represents in a situation
This test is compatible with Math Expressions Unit 5 Lessons 1-4. Students will be assessed on writing balanced equations as well as solving word problems by writing equations with variables. Students will have to be able to find a correct situation equation among 3 choices.
There are a total of 10 worksheets with 5 word problems each, all multiple choice. All problems ask students to choose the equation that best represents the situation in the word problem. Students are not asked in the directions to solve for the variable. Situations in the word problems include but
This is 30 pages of lesson materials that accompany the free UbD lesson plan I designed for teaching students to use variables to solve word problems. It includes student handouts and TEACHER KEYS AND NOTES for every assignment.
Partner/ Group Activity align
Students will use prices of Verizon Wireless plans to see how they could write equations with the prices. There are a couple of problems where they just see how much it will cost in a given situation and then have to come up with an equation from there. They identify input and output as well as grap
These notes give step-by-step detailed examples of Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form. This gives students a quick reference for writing the equations from a t
graphs, tables, and situation (word problems).
This graphic organizer helps students who are writing equations of quadratics when given different information. Vertex form, Intercept (factored) Form, Given 3 points (system of equations) with Standard Form, and Calculator Regression are the 4 options that are covered in the graphic. It provides st
Students will write an equation in slope-intercept to model a linear relationship given a table, graph, or scenario. They will also answer questions based on the equation and interpret the meaning of the slope and y-intercept. This is a great resource to use as an in class activity, homework assignm
This lesson plan and activity were created to allow students to explore a real life situation involving graphing circles. Students will get lots of practice writing equations for circles and graphing circles on a coordinate plane as well as using some problem solving skills to make their own decisio
This lesson focuses on writing "let statements" when modeling real world situations with algebraic expressions. It is an introduction to writing expressions and equations. It includes the lesson plan, a doodle note sheet (designed to engage both hemispheres of students' brains) and an answer key.
One-Variable Equations, Inequalities, and their Applications Curriculum Bundle that aligns to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains Lesson Plans, Notes, INB pages, Homework, Quizzes, Activities, Study Guide, and a Unit Test to teach TEKS 8.8A-C, 8.12A-B, & 8.12D.
• Order of Oper
-Students will think of real life situations where they use equations. They will create a word problem and generate an equation to solve their problem. A fun way to have student practice writing equations!
-This can be adapted to have students write two step or multi-step equations.
This worksheet helps students take quadratic situations, draw a picture for the situation, write an equation for the situation, and solve it. Through this process, students truly begin to grasp the specific parts of a parabola and what they mean in the real world.
Answer Key is now INC
This graphic organizer allows students to organize words that indicate given operations when modeling real world situations with algebraic equations. It includes a blank organizer and one with some sample words.
This is a completed UbD lesson plan aligned to 5th, 6th and 7th grade CCSS for mathematics. If you like what you see you can purchase all of the lesson materials that go with this by going to my store. This plan includes differentiation, modifications and accommodations for ELL and SPED and extens
Looking for practice for your students on CCSS 4.OA.1?
This resource was designed for your students to practice analyzing multiplicative comparison equations. Included are 24 cards to be used in small group, individual use, or as a whole class SCOOT Game.
This set of flip ring focuses on repres
Interactive Math Journal Pages that align to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains 79 INB pages that can be used to teach all the 8th Grade TEKS!
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Numerical Representations and Relationships
-1 Guided Notes Page for Reviewing Rational Numbers and Introducing Real an
This product scaffolds the student with a sequence of developing equations from contextual situations. The first set of six situations asks the student to model the equation from a simple statement then to write the equation. The second set of situations asks the student to write the equation from
Interactive Math Journal Pages that align to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains 27 INB pages that can be used to teach Computations and Algebraic Relationships – TEKS 8.4A-C, 8.5A-B, E-I, 8.8A-C, & 8.9A
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-1 Guided Notes page for the Relationship between Slope
This includes 3 pages of practice problems for writing the equation of a situation in standard form and graphing the equation as well. The first page includes a little blurb helping students learn the steps on how to take a word problem and write the equation in standard form and graph the standard
One-Variable Equations, Inequalities, and their Applications Worksheets that align to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains 19 worksheets to supplement TEKS 8.8A-C, 8.12A-B, & 8.12D.
• Order of Operations, Equations, & Inequalities Review - Includes Vocabulary Practice
A worksheet for students to write equations from situations given in word problems and then use those equations for solve real life problems. The problems involve comparison of pricing for such things as taxi rides, ferry rides, and catering.
Four extended problems are included
Systems of Linear Equations: Practice / Review:
by Math Giraffe
These books will help your students to practice solving systems of equations. Within the story are situations in which the reader must write a linear system correctly, determine the most efficient method to solve it, and explain the m