This lesson follows a direct instruction format. I will begin by asking the essential question. Apple laptop keyboard. In the previous lesson we came up with equations in the form of y = mx. Students should be able to generate similar equations. If students are stuck, I could suggest a sample problem: bottles of OJ are selling of $0.69 each. What equation could be written to find the total, T, of n bottles. I could be even less abstract, if necessary, and ask the total cost of a specific amount of bottles.
I will then relate this equation to the distance formula. Just as our equations multiplied the unit rate times a given amount, the distance formula multiples the unit rate (speed) by a specific amount of time.
Next I will go through 3 examples. We'll find distance, rate and then time. For each example I will substitute the given values into the equation and then solve. Using the equation to solve the problems is an example of MP4. Each problem has a mirror problem labeled 'You try!'; these are quick checks for understanding. I want students to have a chance to immediately apply the concept to a similar problem type.
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