13 Components

Big Idea 1: Equations can be derived from functions.

Big Idea 2: A solution set makes an equation or inequality true.

Big Idea 3: Equations and inequalities can be represented in multiple, equivalent ways.

Formative Assessment Lesson

Re-engagement

Browse Components

Big Idea 1: Equations can be derived from functions.

Big Idea 2: A solution set makes an equation or inequality true.

Big Idea 3: Equations and inequalities can be represented in multiple, equivalent ways.

Formative Assessment Lesson

Re-engagement

Big Idea 3: Equations and inequalities can be represented in multiple, equivalent ways.:

Instructional Routine: Contemplate then Calculate

These tasks are embedded within the instructional routine called Contemplate then Calculate.

- Solving an Equation #3Pay attention to the structure of an equation and use the structure to solve the equation more easily.

Instructional Routine: Connecting Representations

These tasks are embedded within the instructional routine Connecting Representations.

- Fred's Piece of PaperThis CR was created based on MC 10 from the JAN 2015 Regents Question. Students use the structure of a set of expressions to make connections to perimeter, area, and related operations.