Writing and Evaluating Expressions—Addition and Subtraction

Let Y represent Yes to using an excellent resource. Pupils first learn to define variables using a complete description in the 19th part in a series of 36. They write expressions involving addition and subtraction in real-world contexts and then evaluate these expressions for specific values.  

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Have classmates create story problems like in the lesson to trade with each other
Classroom Considerations

  • Individuals need to know how to write expressions from previous lessons
  • Scholars must also be able evaluate expressions
Pros

  • Includes tables to help learners organize information
  • Teacher guide has answers to all parts of the lesson
Cons

  • None