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This is a lesson plan for solving systems of linear equations to Algebra 1 students. Methods to be taught include substitution, elimination, and graphing. The lesson also includes the use of graphing calculators and spreadsheets to solve systems of equations. The lesson involves practice with real world application problems, as well as creation and presentation of original problems by students. 
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Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: July 08, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 12, 2016
Submitter: Sarah Lewis
Keywords: systems of equations, spreadsheets, linear equations, substitution, graphing, elimination, lesson plan

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Avatar for Tai Kimmerly
5 years ago

Tai Kimmerly (Student)

Students are expected to solve systems of equations problems in this lesson. They are given the opportunity to discuss and solve problems in the way they deem best. They do this in groups so that others may offer their ideas as well and the group members can scaffold each other. They then share their strategies with the class so that everyone can see the different ways of solving the problems. Everyone's knowledge and input is valued and taken into consideration. Answers to problems are then graphed so that all students can see the information in a new way. The problems are pulled from everyday situations so that students can see why the information is relevant. This seems like a great lesson!

Time spent reviewing site: 15

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5 years ago

Tai Kimmerly (Student)

This lesson incorporates methods that promote several different learning styles. It used videos, pictures and a project where students create molecules. They even add pictures of their creations to the class website and then discuss their role in the ecosystem. They use several different technology forms, such as online activities, interactive periodic table, and online modules to learn to learn about macromolecules. Many other technology rich activities are also included.

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Could website and video links be included? I would be very interested in exploring them.

Time spent reviewing site: 15