2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity

2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
2-Step Inequalities Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity
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Students work in partners to solve 2-step inequalities in this collaborative "Around the Clock" activity. Each partner gets a clock with 12 unique problems. Each partner's clock problems are different but the answers are the same, encouraging collaboration and teamwork. If one student gets stuck, the other can help. If student answers differ, they work together to figure out the correct answer before moving on to the next problem.

Students paste their START slip at 12 o'clock, solve its inequality and find the answer on the top of another slip. They then paste this next slip at 1 o'clock and solve its inequality. Each answer students find will lead to the next problem to solve.

Students complete all 12 problems until they get back to 12 o'clock. If all problems have been solved correctly, the answer from the slip at 11 o'clock will be at the top of their START slip.

The activity is self-checking, providing students with instant feedback. Includes optional student answer sheets and answer key.

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Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with coefficients represented by letters.
Explain each step in solving a simple equation as following from the equality of numbers asserted at the previous step, starting from the assumption that the original equation has a solution. Construct a viable argument to justify a solution method.
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