# Write an inequality to represent the situation net

## Write an inequality to represent the situation net

Unit Understandings. Instruct students to start with "Start here. Revisit the AnticipationGuideInequalities. Each student should write one or more sentences for each statement explaining why they agree or disagree with the statement. Discuss as a whole class with students sharing their findings. It is important at this point not to indicate which is correct. Write a "D" for numbers with which they disagree. This is the first time students are formally introduced to algebraic inequalities. If you are getting close to the end of class period, assign this independent practice as homework or use as bell work the following day to allow time to revisit the AnticipationGuideInequalities. Have students: a. All the answers will be addressed during the lesson. See "Summative Assessment" for details. Every time students find the representation, there is a new situation on the other end of the strip.

Elementary and middle school mathematics: Teaching developmentally. Show a thumbs up for Agree or b.

### How to write an inequality

Name a percent that could be Jayla's grade. Write a "D" for numbers with which they disagree. Guided Practice: What activities or exercises will the students complete with teacher guidance? Pose the following situation to students you may want to post it under the document camera : Jayla has an "A" in her mathematics class. If time allows in the class period: a. Students also determined if a given value s made a one-variable, one-step equation true. Each student should write one or more sentences for each statement explaining why they agree or disagree with the statement. Next, read each statement one at a time. Guiding Questions: What are the guiding questions for this lesson? With their table partner, student will discuss what percent they need to have an "A. Instruct students to start with "Start here. Those situations could be used in class to help reinforce the concept during the next several days. Have a few students share why they chose agree or disagree. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

What patterns exist within different types of quantitative relationships and where are they found in everyday life? Summative Assessment: 1. They analyzed a problem situation and wrote a one-variable, one-step equation as well as a corresponding real-world problem when given a one-variable, one-step equation.

All the answers will be addressed during the lesson. Then go back to Jayla's grade.

In Grade 7, students will model, write, solve, and represent solutions for one-variable, two step equations and inequalities.

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