Algebra -Variables Expressions Equations Solution of an equation Simplifying equations

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A variable is a symbol that represents a number. Usually we use letters such as n, t, or x for variables. For example, we might say that s stands for the side-length of a square. We now treat s as if it were a number we could use.

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FSD Lesson Plan TemplateLesson TitleIntroduction to Algebra TilesGrade Lev/CourseAlgebraStandard AddressedAlgebra 10.0: Students add, subtract, multiply, and divide monomials and polynomials.Textbook ChapterChapter 7: Exponents and PolynomialsGoalTo introduce and familiarize students with Algebra TilesMaterials for TeacherOH Algebra Tiles, OH of Lesson pages 1-4Materials for StudentsClass set of Algebra Tiles, Worksheet of Composite Rectangles Pages 1 and 2.DescriptionDemonstrate how algebra tiles are used to find the product of two binomials.AssessmentFive questions assessment to check for understanding.Reflection/Looking AheadStudents will learn how to find the product of two binomials using the Box Method and/or FOIL Method.Lesson Overview: To introduce and familiarize students with the use of Algebra Tiles to multiply two binomials.Suggestions for Teaching: 1) Teacher watches the online video2) Teacher goes over the first overhead Introduction to Algebra Tiles with the students and models how to form a composite rectangle.3) Teacher discusses Composite Rectangles Directions.4) Complete the first problem on the Composite Rectangle Worksheet Page 1 with the students. Use the Algebra Tiles to answer the question 1 and then sketch what the Algebra Tiles look like. Continue filling in the rest of question 1. Refer to the video for clarification.5) Pass out Composite Rectangle Worksheet Pages 1-2 and the class set of Algebra Tiles.6) Use guided i

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