So, here is my take on the idea. I made this worksheet to guide the kiddos while they worked. I asked the student to pick points and determine if they were solutions to the inequality or not. If the point chosen was a solution, they were to graph it on their graph at the top of the page. I also gave the kiddos a bank coordinate plan and asked them to plot all of the solutions their group found.

## Saturday, June 1, 2013

### Linear Inequalities

This week is my last full week with my 8th grade algebra students. One of the topics for the week was linear inequalities. In the past, I have found that the kiddos have had a lot of trouble understanding why we shade one half plane or the other. I saw on either a blog or Pinterest (sorry I can't find either one) of a teacher that plotted points that were solutions to the linear inequality.

So, here is my take on the idea. I made this worksheet to guide the kiddos while they worked. I asked the student to pick points and determine if they were solutions to the inequality or not. If the point chosen was a solution, they were to graph it on their graph at the top of the page. I also gave the kiddos a bank coordinate plan and asked them to plot all of the solutions their group found.

So, here is my take on the idea. I made this worksheet to guide the kiddos while they worked. I asked the student to pick points and determine if they were solutions to the inequality or not. If the point chosen was a solution, they were to graph it on their graph at the top of the page. I also gave the kiddos a bank coordinate plan and asked them to plot all of the solutions their group found.

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