Introduction to systems of equations - Lesson 1
This lesson is the first lesson of the bundle "Systems Of Linear Equations" at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Systems-of-Equations-Smartboard-Lessons-and-Activities-8EEC7-3604253
This is a pdf file containing the Dominos game with exponents. Students solve exponent problems and then they play a regular Dominos game using their solved cards. An exciting and competitive review of exponents for my eight grade students.
This activity is a great review of systems of linear equations, especially closed or on the Valentine's Day.
The students will solve systems of equations written on hearts, then hang the heart on a suspended red piece of yarn, just like the images
This is a great math activity to use with student while teaching transformations, Students work in groups (2, 3, or 4) to mix and match halves of hearts containing transformations. The file is a word document, 100% editable, just in case you want to
Fortune Teller Game involving scientific notation, standard notation, and operations involving them.
Students will be working in pairs. They will fold and share a fortune teller sheet and use it to perform a Sage & Scribe activity. Student A
Students will be divided into groups of four, preferably one proficient, two partially-proficient, and one minimally proficient. Each student will receive a sheet of paper containing four shamrocks (with missing angle problems to solve). I printed
Great end of the year activity. It's a very engaging 8th grade common core spiral review.
Students will be divided into groups of four, preferably one proficient, two partially-proficient, and one minimally proficient. Each student will receive a
This file contains a Smartboard lesson and a video demonstrating the relationship between the volume of a prism and the volume of a pyramid.
Students will see how to determine the formula for the volume of a pyramid and use it to solve real-world
Systems of Equations Lesson 2 Graphing Method.
Teach your students how to graph a system to find the solution as well as reading a graph to write the linear equations.
This is a Smartboard Notebook lesson. The lesson includes two sub-objective
Systems of Equations Lesson 3- Graph Systems in Non Standard Form
This is a Smartboard Notebook lesson. . The lesson includes two sub-objective questions, with two mid-lesson RTAs (assessments) and 2 exit ticket questions. If you have access to an
This is a Smartboard Notebook lesson. The lesson includes two sub-objective questions, with two mid-lesson RTAs (assessments) and 2 exit ticket questions. If you have access to an iPad, these multiple choice questions are great to use with
Activity to practice determining the number of solutions of a system of linear equations.
Students work in groups of 4 (groups of 3 are all right too) and solve problems picked randomly from an envelope.
Note: This lesson is included in the
Activity - students will sort given systems of linear equations based on the number of solutions and make a poster.
Smartboard and pdf files
Note: This lesson is included in the "Systems of Equations - Smartboard Lessons and Activities 8.EE.C7"
The Elimination Method of solving system of equations is presented step-by-step. The lesson contains cooperative learning activities and Real Time Assessment with immediate feedback. It's a SmartBoard lesson, but if you need the Power Point version,
The lesson teaches the substitution method of solving systems of linear equations. Contains real time assessment of sub-objectives (solve equations with Xs on both sides of the equal sign) - 8.EE.C.8c.
There is included a cooperative activity for
The foldable describes the three methods of solving systems of linear equations (graphing, elimination, substitution) and in which situations is recommended to use them. Examples are provided. The file is Notebook, but if you email me at
Game - Match a system, its graph, and its solution
Create a poster
The posters created could be displayed on a wall or on the bulletin board outside your classroom
Note: This lesson is included in the "Systems of Equations - Smartboard Lessons and