Bell Ringer
1) Which learning target is hardest for you?
a) I can solve multistep equation by combining like terms and using the distributive property.
b) I can determine if an equation has one solution, no solution or many solutions.
2) Is there a specific part that causes you trouble? If so, what part?
a) I can solve multistep equation by combining like terms and using the distributive property.
b) I can determine if an equation has one solution, no solution or many solutions.
2) Is there a specific part that causes you trouble? If so, what part?
Learning Target
I can solve multistep algebraic equations by combining like terms and using the distributive property.
I can determine if an equation has one solution, no solutions or many solutions.
I can determine if an equation has one solution, no solutions or many solutions.
Last Chance Review
* Work through the problems
* Ask questions if you have them
* Ask questions if you have them
Grading
 Your grade on this is based on standards.

Section 1: Solving equations
 7 Questions
 Mastery = 5 out of 7 correct

Section 2: One Solution, No Solutions, Many Solutions
 3 Questions
 Mastery = 3 out of 3 correct

A+ Section: Review
 These are questions that take you from an A to an A+
 Everyone needs to try them
 They are review from previous units

How you'll be graded
 B  Mastered Section #1 and #2
 D  Mastered Section #1 or #2
 IL  Did not master either section
 A  Mastered both AND got 7 out 7 on Section #1
 A+  If you got an A AND mastered the review section.
 B  Mastered Section #1 and #2
Assessment
* Pencil only
* No phones
* You can use a calculator, but no phones
* There should be NO TALKING
* Show all your work
* When you are finished...
* Answer the Thursday/Friday Reflection  How did you prepare for this assessment?
Submit your Student Reflection #4
SUBMIT
* No phones
* You can use a calculator, but no phones
* There should be NO TALKING
* Show all your work
* When you are finished...
* Answer the Thursday/Friday Reflection  How did you prepare for this assessment?
Submit your Student Reflection #4
SUBMIT