This activity is designed to help students identify (and avoid) common errors made when solving Linear Inequalities . It also gets students to work cooperatively.
Students are given 7 situations, each with two suggested answers. Only one of the answers is correct and differs from the other by a characteristic, that identifies a specific (single) rule (ex.: the sign indicates the upward shading vs. downward shading). Students need to identify that rule and communicate it in writing.
This activity is designed to address students’ ability to strategize, develop a logical argument and draw conclusions based on their observations.
This item includes: 2 student pages, 2 key pages, 1 page of teacher’s instructions. Total of 5 pgs (does not include the cover sheet). Possible Uses:
- Follow-up after the 1st Linear Inequalities lesson;
- Group work
- End of Lesson Check for understanding;
- Reteaching replacement/ Topic Review;
- Test Prep.
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Linear Inequality Fun Activity
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