Math = Love: Blank Graphic Organizers for Solving Systems of Equations Algebrically

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Blank Graphic Organizers for Solving Systems of Equations Algebrically

For our quiz on solving systems of equations algebraically, I let my students choose between solving by substitution and solving by elimination.  I made some graphic organizers for my students to follow that walked them step-by-step through the process of each method solution method.  You can read more about those here.

After that post, I realized that I never blogged about how I modified these graphic organizers to make templates for them to use on their quiz.



My students really appreciated having this template that they could fill out and staple to their quiz.  I only had a handful of students choose to just show their work on their quiz without the template.

You can download these templates here.

These would be perfect to print double-sided and slip into a set of dry erase pockets (affiliate link) for students to use when solving systems of equations problems in class!

Here's an example of the two sets of dry erase pockets I have in my classroom:

The neon set at the top holds 8.5 x 11 inch paper.  The black set at the bottom holds 11 x 17 inch paper.  I bought both sets off of Amazon.  They are super-cheap if you buy the ones sold as "shop ticket holders" (affiliate link).

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