Are your students ready to solve systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination ALL BY THEMSELVES!? If you answered no, then you are right with me! Sometimes students need an example to look at while they try their own, or students need to see and analyze common errors.
This can be used as a "we do" then "you do" activity.
This is a great activity to promote discourse in your math classroom. Students compare their own reasoning to another “student” and then apply their knowledge in another problem.
Students analyze the work of each problem and either correct an error or explain a process. Then, students complete the “Your Turn” section to apply what they just discussed on another problem.
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