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3.1 Two Step Equations Lesson Plan

3.1 Two Step Equations Lesson Plan

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N
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S
TATE
C
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TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMLESSON PLAN FORMAT
Description of Classroom:
Pre-Algebra students grade 9, mixed demographics..
Background:
First section in a unit on multistep equations and inequalities. Three days. Acquisition.
Content Objective(s):
Students will be able to:
solve two step equations
solve two step equations using word problems
Language Objective(s):
Students will:
listen to direct instruction
receive guided practice
work on homework individually
Nevada Standards:
2.4 - The student will solve two-step equations.
 NV 2.8.5- Solve linear equations and represent the solution graphically.
 NV 2.8.5- Solve inequalities and represent the solution on a number line.
Key Vocabulary:
angle-side-angle congruence postulate
angle-angle-side congruence theorem
Best Practices:
(put an X next to those that you address in your lesson)
PreparationScaffoldingGrouping Options
Adaptation of content
Modeling
Whole Class
Links to background
Guided practiceSmall groups
Links to past learning
Independent practicePartnersStrategies incorporated
Verbal scaffolds
Independent
Procedural scaffolds
 
Integration of ProcessesApplicationAssessment
ListeningHands-on
Individual
Speaking
 X 
Authentic
(Meaningful)
Group
Reading
Linked to objectives
Written
Writing
Promotes engagementOral
Teaching Strategies:
Presentation, modeling, discussion
Warm Up Activity:
Day 1:
 None
Day 2:
Solve the equation:1.x+7=212.5x=40Simplify the expression:3. 5x+7+2x-34. 2x-10+6-7x
Day 3:
Tell whether the given value of the variable is a solution of the equation.1.3x+7=13; x=22.x/5 -6=2; x=20
Lesson Sequence:
Day 1:
1.Distribution of notes 5 minutes2.Direct instruction of key ideas 10 minutes3.Guided practice of key ideas 10 minutes4.Individual work on homework 4 minutes
Day 2:
1.Warm Up 5 minutes2.Review of test 15 minutes3.Collection/distrubution of homework 5 minutes4.Direct instruction/guided practice of homework 5 minutes

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