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# MATCHING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS TO SITUATIONS

Seventh grade Lesson Matching Expressions | BetterLesson
Students will complete this task by first matching cards, verbal with algebraic expressions. Students are first asked to choose a partner and line up along one of 2 of the aisles of the room. After approving the pair, I hand students the task worksheet, an orange stack of cards with the verbal expressions in the first part and a yellow stack of cards with responses.
Using real life situations to write algebraic expressions
Jul 24, 2011The first thing you will want to do when writing any algebraic expression is to define the unknown unknown will become the variable you are trying to solve for. In most cases x is used for the variable, but you can use any letter you wish. A lot of the time people will use the first letter of what they are solving for as their variable.[PDF]
Translate and Evaluate - VDOE
the squares and pair matching equations and expressions. After students make their matches, have them sort their piles into equations and expressions. Have students check their work by comparing with a partner. Discuss as a class. 5. Present students with the expression [PDF]