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For too long, algebra has been viewed in adult education as the second most daunting math (second only to fractions), and now it is time to make algebra as approachable as adding. This resource will help you to discover some new approaches to teaching algebra as patterns, rules, equations, and lines on a graph while utilizing research-based tools, techniques, and resources learned from the Adult Numeracy Instruction – Professional Development (ANI-PD). Hands-on practice and ready-to-use resources are provided.

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Heidi Schuler-Jones
01/28/2016
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OLO: Students will be able to explain how changing the y-intercept and slope  will change the appearance of the line.This lesson is to help students develop the relationship between slope(m) and y-intercept(b) by using an interactive coordinate plane to explore. This is a 2 part lesson with some teacher clarification in between the 2 parts. The teacher component in between the 2 parts is to make sure the students fully understand the relationships developed in part 1 before applying it to part 2.If you have a Face to Face class and just want a print out/editable version for Google Classroom Click Here

Subject:
Educational Technology
Algebra
Material Type:
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Author:
Marguerite Dasso