This is a two day lesson that focuses on a balance of conceptual understanding to promote procedural fluency. The powerpoint is animated and has two short review videos at the end of each day.
By the end students should know what square roots are, how to simplify them (both with just numbers and algebraic expressions), they should know how to verify if they're correct, and they should know when they're done simplifying square roots.
There's a teacher's slide that explains how to use the PowerPoint, and has some resources available there for you. Each slide has some pointers or objectives in the notes section that you can use to guide your lesson. Some of the advice is on how to engage students or how to create positive mathematical language when students do short group work activities.
There are homework problems for each day. There is a link to videos that review the homework sets, both recorded live in class.
I've made a short tutorial video with much of the materials in this lesson. The video can be seen here: https://youtu.be/kq35To_ICEk
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