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Most will have seen it in a movie or on television, but for the ones that aren't sure, I will introduce what speed dating is and what the purpose of an event like that is.

I then tell students that we will be speed dating in our class to figure out who their "Algebra BFF" is.

I will then set a timer on the board for 5 minutes, in which students will work with a partner to graph the three systems on the bottom of their paper.

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Then, I give each student an equation to tape to the front of their shirt to act as their name-tag.

To complete this activity, students will circulate around the room with this paper.

I will ask the students to justify their responses by filling in the explanation below each graph on their paper.

Lastly, we will review the three problems, and talk about each type of system: Students will then complete the six practice problems on the back of their notes with a partner.

Next, I will ask the class to recall the special solutions that we discovered when we solved linear equations.

I will ask two students to name what they were, and to give an example of an equation that would fit the description of "no solutions" or "infinite solutions".

Today's Do-Now students asks students to create equations of lines that are either parallel or perpendicular.

This topic was taught during our last unit, but some students may still need a reminder to refer to their old notes if they have forgotten the relationship between parallel and perpendicular lines.

During this time, I will pull a small group of students who may be struggling with this concept based on in-class observations, and our last exit card.

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