Writing Algebraic Story Problems

Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
Writing Algebraic Story Problems
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I have found a Dr. Seuss book that demonstrates the idea of linear equations. I started the lesson by reading the book to the students and creating linear equations to follow the storyline. Then we created our own, following a model I put together.

By downloading this file, you will get the Dr. Seuss book title, the lesson plan I followed, the notes I gave to the students, the examples I showed them, and a few examples that my own students made.

It took me a few months to find this book, but it demonstrates linear equations (using y=mx+b) perfectly! The students might be a bit shocked to find out they are about to read a children's story, but they will enjoy it. Who doesn't like being read to? :)
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