This mini-lesson is part of the Inequalities Unit.
This is a half-page booklet perfect for scaffolding activity for English and/or Spanish speakers.
The booklet can be used in Interactive Notebooks, Math Centers, Homework, Substitute teacher lesson, etc.
The students will understand the difference between the inequalities symbols <,≤,>,≥ when graphing. Students will practice when to use a dotted or solid line, and test points to determine if they belong to the graph.
The booklet includes best practices to teach English Language Learners, incorporating reading strategies (compare and contrast) use of visuals, and reflection about conceptual understanding.
The booklet includes:
- Independent Practice
With your purchase, it is included:
- Booklet in English
- Booklet in Spanish
- Teacher's Guide with the unit goals, instructional strategies, scaffolding ideas for ESL students, printing tips, and answer key.