AIM: How can we interpret inequalities? Announcements: HW: Complete inequalities worksheet Do Now: Classwork: We worked with inequalities today. Students wrote basic inequalities from graphs and written situations. They also created graphs to model inequalities. The big difference between inequalities and equations is that equations (in 7th grade) have one solution. Inequalities have an infinite number of solutions. Resources:
AIM: How can we interpret inequalities? Announcements: HW: Complete inequalities worksheet Do Now: 1. Compare the numbers: 5 ____ 4 2. Give three values that satisfy each inequality: a) x = 1 b) y > 8 Classwork: We worked with inequalities today. Students wrote basic inequalities from graphs and written situations. They also created graphs to model inequalities. The big difference between inequalities and equations is that equations (in 7th grade) have one solution. Inequalities have an infinite number of solutions. Resources:
AIM: How can we assess our understanding of linear relationships?
Announcements: Enjoy your winter break! HW: Enjoy your winter break! Do Now: Please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil, calculator, and scantron. Classwork: Linear relationships/equations/expressions exam Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for tomorrow's exam Announcements: There will be an exam on linear relationships, equations, combining liketerms, distributive property, and solving multistep equations next Friday, February 17, 2017. HW: Prepare for tomorrow's exam Do Now: Solve for the value of the variable. (1/2)(4x+8) = 12 Classwork: We addressed any misconceptions in the beginning portion of the period, and then students were able to work collaboratively and with teachers on practice problems from the unit. Resources:
AIM: How can we solve problems involving distributive property?
Announcements: There will be an exam on linear relationships, equations, combining liketerms, distributive property, and solving multistep equations next Friday, February 17, 2017. HW: Textbook p.72 #17 & 19 Do Now: If we're trying to solve for the variable in our equation below, what can our first step be? 5 + 2(x1) = 12 Classwork: The class reviewed the concept of distributive property, and then applied it to situations involving variables. We tied in combining liketerms to bridge our understanding to equation solving. Resources: AIM: How can we solve problems involving distributive property? Announcements: There will be an exam on linear relationships, equations, combining liketerms, distributive property, and solving multistep equations next Friday, February 17, 2017. HW: Distributive Property Wksht Do Now: Patrick knows that the area of the rectangle is 32 square units. He writes the following equation to find the value of n: 2(n+3) = 32 Do you agree with the equation Patrick wrote? Explain why or why not. Classwork: The class reviewed the concept of distributive property, and then applied it to situations involving variables. We tied in combining liketerms to bridge our understanding to equation solving. Resources:
AIM: How can we use distributive property to combine liketerms?
Announcements: There will be an exam on linear relationships, equations, combining liketerms, distributive property, and solving multistep equations next Friday, February 17, 2017. HW: Complete Combining liketerms miniproject Do Now: Simplify each expression. 1) y ( 4) 2) 5(3n) 3) 2x + 5 + 7x  8 4) 3n 13  4n  20 Classwork: The class reviewed the concept of distributive property, and then applied it to situations involving variables. We tied in combining liketerms to bridge our understanding to equation solving. Resources: AIM: How can we identify and combine like terms? Announcements: There will be an exam on linear relationships, equations, combining liketerms, distributive property, and solving multistep equations next Friday, February 17, 2017. HW: Complete Combining liketerms miniproject Do Now: The perimeter of the rectangle below is 14 units. How can you find the value of x? (Rectangle with sides 4x+2, and x. Classwork: Students continued working collaboratively on their liketerms miniproject. Resources: https://www.quia.com/rr/195128.html?AP_rand=1165730959
AIM: How can we identify and combine like terms? Announcements: HW: Complete any missing assignments. Do Now: How can you simplify the following expression? x + 3x  5y + 3x2  2x Classwork: After reviewing our homework from last night, students began working collaboratively on their liketerms art project. The document can be found below. Resources:

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