This activity can be presented as a group work or an individual task. I suggest placing students in groups of no more than 3. Students walk around the classroom and measure the listed items in the assignment. After students have taken their
This resource can be used as warm up to review linear inequalities. It can also be used as a quick assessment or end of the lesson assessment to determine if students understand what a linear inequality is, how to graph it, and what its solutions
This resource can be used during guided practice, for homework, remediation, or assessment. The goal for this assignment is for students to accurately solve two and multi-step inequalities with positive or negative coefficients. I have found that
In this resource, students are required to solve and graph 1 multi-step inequality, 1 conjunction inequality, and 1 disjunction inequality. In addition to solving and graphing, students must apply their knowledge of inequalities to answer questions
In this assignment, students are required to solve multi-step equations. Students must show their work, list their steps, and also check their work. If you want students to practice algebraic proofs, instead of writing "subtracting 8 on both sides"
In this assignment, students are required to solve equations with variables on both sides. Students must show their work, list their steps, and also check their work. If you want students to practice algebraic proofs, instead of writing "subtracting