Get your students successfully COMBINING LIKE TERMS when simplifying expressions with this PowerPoint Presentation. This lesson starts with an engaging problem of the day, followed by a mini-lesson and guided practice questions. The lesson concludes with a lesson quiz and exit ticket to assess student understanding. This PowerPoint presentation is 100% editable, therefore you can modify any slide as needed.
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What is Included:
_ Problem of the Day
This lesson start off with a 'warm up' or 'do now' question to get the students focused and working quickly. The answer is provided.
_ Mini-Lesson with Guided Practice
The mini-lesson includes essential vocabulary and key terms for this topic. Students are guided through scaffolded instruction with guided practice questions for each lesson objective. All of the math problems are worked out step-by-step with detailed explanations.
_ Lesson Quiz
The lesson ends with a lesson quiz that includes questions from each topic of this lesson. This is perfect for assessing your students understanding of this lesson. Have students complete these questions individually or with a partner.
_ Exit Ticket
An exit ticket question is included at the end of the presentation. Have students write the answer on a post-it and turn it in to you on their way out the door.
✔ Parts of an Algebraic Expression
✔ Identifying Like Terms
✔ Combining Like Terms
Common Core Aligned
(Algebra 1 Curriculum)
A.SSE.1.a - Interpret parts of an expression, such as terms, factors, and coefficients.
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