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Algebra I Mini Interventions Site License: Linear Equations and Inequalities (Downloadable PDF)

Algebra I Mini Interventions Site License: Linear Equations and Inequalities (Downloadable PDF)

  • $ 2500



Understand the latest Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for mathematics and access teaching models to help students more fully grasp key concepts around linear equations and inequalities.

This deconstruction of the TEKS for mathematics makes teaching math more rigorous, more fun, and less confusing. These mini interventions can not only help teachers understand the current TEKS, they also provide background information for skills students might have missed from previous grades, and guidance for how to address them.

Also included are intervention techniques for students who are having a particularly difficult time learning. Intervention modules correspond to student expectations (SEs) as outlined in the TEKS. Each module takes you from pre-assessment, to classroom teaching, all the way through post-assessment, and includes formative questions, important ideas, vocabulary and formulas, step-by-step examples of instructional activities, and questions to help you evaluate student mastery.

Site licenses enable schools and school districts to purchase multiple copies of Algebra I Mini Interventions: Linear Equations and Inequalities at once and save 15% off the cost of purchasing multiple individual copies.


  • In the quantity field, enter the number of users/teachers who will be using the PDF. For instance, if you need the files for 5 Algebra I teachers for Campus A, 3 Algebra I teachers for Campus B, and 2 Algebra I teachers for Campus C, you would enter 10 in the quantity field. 
  • You may only share as many downloads as you have purchased. 
  • Call us at 512-919-5247 and we can help you decide if a site license is right for you.

An edition covering quadratics, exponential functions, and algebraic methods is also available.


Algebra I Mini Interventions: Linear Equations and Inequalities was produced by Virginia Keasler, an Education Specialist for Secondary Mathematics at Region 13. Virginia has experience with teaching all high school math courses. Virginia also has been a district Math and Science Coordinator and a Middle School Math Instructional Coach. In her work with high school math teachers across the state, Virginia noticed that intervention tools were greatly needed. While K-8 schools may have intervention teachers, this is a rarity in high school. In an effort to provide high school teachers with much needed resources for intervention to close the gap for their Algebra 1 students, Virginia has created the intervention tool Algebra 1 Mini-Interventions.  

Downloadable PDF, 215 pages

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