For the past 8 or 9 years, I have spent my time after hours helping students prepare the math section of the ACT. Each year I analyze the released tests and update my prep workbook to reflect questions most frequently asked. I LoVe doing this! To me, working math problems and seeing trends is so much fun, but it dawned on me that not everyone feels the same:) After talking with a non-math Discovery Educator friend who was hired to teach a prep class with no resource materials, I realized that there is a definite need for ready-to-go lessons. So, I am in the process of developing all of my tutoring materials into content that can be used during the school day in a traditional classroom. Since my natural inclination as an educator is to get students up and out of their desks while working, I thought that an ACT Prep Class should be no exception. Here is a quick 5 question check for solving for a determined variable (Interactive ClassFlow Version) involving combining like terms and distributing…basic stuff for sure, but perfect for older students that may have forgotten over time. Print out the handouts and place them around the classroom. Students will complete a gallery walk and solve each problem on notebook paper. After all of the questions are finished, students may check their answers with the key provided. Enjoy!