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Problem Solving
by Danielle P
# Problem Solving

## Problem Solving Steps

### What is the problem?

### What are the goals?

### What are possible strategies?

### What are possible outcomes?

### Evaluate the results.

## Lesson: 7th Grade Math

### Solving word problems: inequalities

### Algorithim

## Technology

### Use interactive manipulative's on SmartBoard

### Incorporate BrainPop video into lesson

### Have students work in pairs to create PowerPoint on how they solve inequalities

## Extension to support transfer

### Keep students engaged, incorporate their interests/names in examples

### Provide practice examples during class with feedback

### Introduce new problems with similar strategy

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Keep an open mind for different possibilities!

Include objective/aim of lesson

Do Now/Prior Knowledge: include examples of writing out inequalities

Practice Solving inequalities

Reading word problem, one sentence at a time, write out mathematical statements into an solvable equation

Solve equation

Evaluate the answer. Ask yourself, Does my answer make sense?

Check Solution

Read the problem once

Re-read the problem, writing out the information into a solvable equation

Solve equation

Does the answer make sense when you re-read the problem?

Check solution

http://www.brainpop.com/math/algebra/solvinginequalities/index.weml

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