This is a PowerPoint of the game "I Have, Who Has?" to review solving inequalities. (Sections 3.2 - 3.4 in the Prentice Hall California Algebra 1 textbook)
The teacher will need to make a set of cards for the class -- one side with the "I Have" question, and the back of the same card with the "Who Has" part. A list of questions and answers is given to use when making the cards. Students keep the "I Have" side up on their desk so that they can see the answers to know if they have the answer to the given problem.
Problems are shown on the PowerPoint. Students work the problem. If they have the answer, they say, "I have ____" and give the answer. Then, they read the other side of the card. "Who has ___" reading the next problem that everyone will work. This pattern continues until each student has had their problem called.
The next slide on the PowerPoint will show the next problem. I wait for the student to read the problem first (so they get practice saying the inequalities) but use the PowerPoint so the others can copy it to begin working.
I like this because it gives the students practice saying the inequalities, writing it when hearing it spoken, and then actually working the problems.
CA COMMON CORE STANDARDS for Algebra:
REASONING WITH EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
Solve equations and inequalities in one variable
A.A.REI.15 Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with coefficients represented by letters.
(Common Core Standard A-REI-3)