6.EE.A.4 Identify when two expressions are equivalent

Posted: January 20, 2015 in Advance, Periods 1&2, Periods 3&4

Lesson Videos:

Write equivalent expressions using visual/area model

In this lesson you will learn how to write equivalent expressions with variables by using a visual/area model.

Read and write equivalent expressions with variables and exponents

In this lesson you will learn how to read and write equivalent expressions by using variables and exponents.

Write equivalent expressions by combining like terms

In this lesson you will learn how to simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms.

Understand equations using balance scales

In this lesson you will learn how to understand equations by using balance scales.

Isolation Drills:

Equivalent forms of expressions 1

Interactive Practice:

  1. Equivalent Expression Cards – Each of the expressions in the right column is equivalent to the expressions on the row.
  2. Equivalent Expressions – Look at twelve pairs of expressions and decide if they are equivalent or not.
  3. Equivalent Expressions – Make the appropriate changes in the tiles as you work through each of the steps in the solution.
  4. Equivalent Expressions – Pre-Algebra lesson plan with several attached documents
  5. Equivalent Expressions – Set of video lessons explaining this standard
  6. Equivalent Expressions – Distributive Property – Explore the relationship between two different formulas, a(b+c) and a(b) + c.
  7. Equivalent Expressions and Equations – Short video lesson explaining the concept
  8. How to Make Equivalent Expressions Using Division – Make equivalent expressions using division with help from an MIT Masters Candidate in Aero/Astro Engineering in this free video clip.
  9. Simplifying Expressions – Video lesson from Khan Academy
  10. Simplifying Expressions – Three types of ways to simplify equations
  11. Word Problems: Equivalent Expressions – A how-to explanation from Hot Math tutors

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