Solving Absolute Value Inequalities and Compound Inequalities? This Choose Your Poison atypical worksheet offers great practice.
Each row has three inequalities of mixed difficulty: 2 compound inequalities and 1 absolute value inequality per row. Students choose only 2 inequalities to solve per row – thus Choose Your Poison. Be surprised as students choose problems that best stretch their current skill level. All answers on a row will match. Matching answers allows students to navigate around common errors in challenging problems and also provides immediate feedback without teacher input. Find a total of 10 compound inequalities and 5 absolute value inequalities to solve.
What makes this product a must-have?
❶ Immediate Feedback:
Without raising their hand, students know if they are right or wrong.
❷ Simple Grading:
Matching answers speed up the grading process.
❸Suited to Student Needs:
Faced with a mixed-ability class? This worksheet allows the student to choose problems that meet their level.
Please note that, while the product has been updated with a new page, the new page is simply a slight rewrite of the old one with slightly more absolute value inequalities. Thus, it is your choice which page to use (or even both if you want to differentiate between students).
Teacher tested; student approved.
❥ Hope this resource proves useful to your classroom for years to come!
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