Writing Algebraic Expressions Day 1 (of 2)

21st Century Lessons: A Boston Teachers Union Initiative

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This lesson is the third part of the entire unit and the first of two lessons where students will start writing algebraic expressions. This lesson is designed to develop students' ability in writing algebraic expressions and written expressions. Because of the previous lessons, students will have an easier transition into evaluating algebraic expressions by substitution. Lesson Objective: Students will be able to write and read expressions in which letters stand for numbers. Aligned with Common Core State Standards: 6.EE.2 , 6.EE.2a , 6.EE.2b

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November 2017
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August 2013
This is a wonderfully, thought out lesson. I am using this for my 7th grade Resource Math class. Thank you for having such high quality (and very useful) materials available!
May 2013
Students get lots of practice reading and writing expressions and equations.