Bring real-world applications that are relevant
to students with this linear equations or systems of equations
project on college costs. Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students ready for systems of equations, students evaluate the impact of grant money on the overall cost. Great to get students thinking about and researching colleges now!
This is ready-to-use real-world application of math.
NOTE: Updated 1/20/17 with an additional activity.
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Great for 1:1 classes and Google Drive.
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- Systems of Equations Teacher Resource Bundle of Notes Practice, and Projects
- Algebra 1 Activities Bundle
- Algebra 1 Teacher Resource Bundle (growing)
For more college related math projects, you might like Compound Interest: College Loans Mini Project
Linear Equation resources currently available include:
- Writing linear equations from word problems task card activity
- Linear Equations Graffiti activity
- Linear Equations Math Detective activity
- Linear Equations inquiry activity for introducing linear equations
- Linear Equations Interactive Notebook
- Linear equations snowflake mini-project
- Linear Equations and systems of equations cost of college project
- Linear equation write an equation from a table interactive notebook
- Write a linear equation from a table task card activity
- Write a linear equation from 2 points task card activity
- Solve linear equations task card activity
- Graphing linear equations task card activity
- Multi step linear equation task card activity
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