In part 1 of this 6-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas demonstrates how to use cups, plates, buttons, counters, or any homemade materials to help students solve two-step equations that include addition.

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# Project STAIR

## Supporting Teaching of Algebra: Individual Readiness

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Introduction to Equations

# Two-Step Equations – Part 1

# Two-Step Equations – Part 3

# Two-Step Equations – Part 4

# Two-Step Equations – Part 6

# One-Step Equations – Part 2

In part 1 of this 6-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas demonstrates how to use cups, plates, buttons, counters, or any homemade materials to help students solve two-step equations that include addition.

In part 3 of this 6-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas shows how a teacher or parent can use algebra tiles to help students solve more complex, two-step equations that involve addition.

In part 4 of this 6-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas demonstrates how to everyday materials such as cups, counters, plates, and sticky notes to help students solve more complex, two-step equations that include subtraction.

In part 6 of this 6-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas demonstrates how to use algebra tiles to help students solve more complex, two-step equations.

In part 2 of this 9-part video series, Dr. Powell from University of Texas demonstrates how to use algeblocks to teach students how to solve one-step equations with addition.