Solving Multi-Step Equations - Keynote Presentation – can be saved as a PowerPoint
This slideshow lesson was created for my Pre-Algebra and Algebra I classes. It is a fully animated presentation, providing definitions, examples, and practice problems.
In this lesson, students will be able to use inverse operations and the Distributive Property to solve multi-step equations.
The presentation has 15 slides. The slides are fully editable.
This Keynote lesson is unique because it can be used by the teacher for formal instruction, or can be used by the student as an introduction/review to the concept in a flipped classroom setting.
This presentation consists of 2 “Remember This?” prior knowledge skill checks on expressions with combining like terms and the Distributive property. The presentation then includes a slide for the 6 steps needed to solve a multi-step equation. This is followed by 5 examples progressing in difficulty with step-by-step animation on how to solve and how to check that the solution is correct. Examples include a two-step equation, equations with combining like terms, and equations with the Distributive property. Additionally, it includes an example of a geometry connection for setting up and solving an equation in finding the perimeter of a polygon. The last 2 slides in the presentation are for student practice (2 additional examples with answers) and a editable HW slide for you to assign HW.