6.NS.C.7b

Write, interpret, and explain statements of order for rational numbers in real-world contexts. For example, write –3 °C > –7 °C to express the fact that –3 °C is warmer than –7 °C.

 
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What Rides Can You Go On?

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Andrea Palmer
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban
 
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What rides can you go on? Students connect inequalities with an amusement park’s height requirements to figure out which rides they can go on.

 
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Describing Numbers

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Carla Seeger
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban
 
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Different real-world contexts and words can be used to describe relationships between rational numbers.

 
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Comparing Rational Numbers

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Carla Seeger
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban
 
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Rational numbers and number lines can be used to represent real world situations.

 
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Interpret Integers in Context

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Carla Seeger
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban
 
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Rational numbers and number lines can be used to represent real world situations.

 
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Comparing and Ordering Integers

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Carla Seeger
New Haven, CT
Environment: Urban
 
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The order in which numbers are placed on a number line will determine relative value of the numbers.

 
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Unit Test

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Andrea Palmer
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban
 
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What have students learned during this unit? What gaps do students have in their understanding? Students take the Unit 3 test.

 
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Comparing and Ordering Integers

6th Grade Math » Unit: Number Sense (2)
6th Grade Math » Unit: Number Sense (2)
Michelle Schade
Plainfield, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
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Another skill to use with a number line!

 
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Inequalities

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Andrea Palmer
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban
 
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If a < b, what do we know about a and b? If b < c < d, how could we show that on a number line? Students continue creating inequalities and graphs to represent situations.

 
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Unit Review Stations

6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
6th Grade Math » Unit: Integers and Rational Numbers
Andrea Palmer
Somerville, MA
Environment: Urban
 
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A line connects point (a, b) with point (c, d). What do you know? Students review for the Unit 3 test by completing stations.

 
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So, When Will I Ever See a Negative Number?

6th Grade Math » Unit: Rational Explorations: Numbers & Their Opposites
6th Grade Math » Unit: Rational Explorations: Numbers & Their Opposites
Michelle Braggs
Jonesboro, GA
Environment: Urban
 
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Okay so... Negative numbers aren't just make believe? Seeing negative numbers in real world context.

 
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